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Looking for a Shop in Inland Empire (951) or Vicinity
Bummer! I thought it was a real Island. I'm gonna start telling people I live on the island of Oklahoma
1986 SEi Limited Edition. 1985 Aspencade
If it's not broke, I can fix that!
#16 07-27-2013, 01:36 PM,
The 'Oklahoma Empire' does have a ring to it, jk. Later.
#17 07-27-2013, 08:12 PM,
Empire of Oklahoma, your right it does sound good - maybe we can get Sasha Baron Cohen to oversee things !!
#18 07-28-2013, 06:13 PM,
Well I had a couple free days so decided to work on carbs again and with good results this time. Realized I didn't want to let go of a few hundred just yet. Starts right up and with no choke and revs up smooth.
There is an occasional backfire when decelerating and #4 cyl seems to not always spark at idle, maybe just need to put some miles on it.
Got some smoke on left side pipe so with some riding hopefully it goes away. I still have to sync so that might be a reason too. Later.
#19 07-31-2013, 11:56 AM,
I live in Big Bear. If you want someone to look at your bike with you. I'd be happy to help you out? Understand time is an issue but I've not found a good shop in the IE yet myself.

P.S. I have a carbtune.
#20 08-04-2013, 09:14 PM,
CBX N GL MAN, this dude has a inline six-cylinder Honda!!!! Can you imagine six gauges? or tubes/sticks??
What a sight to see a six-cylinder in a motorcycle!

I have a 75 CB750 in a Soft-tail chopper frame made by Santee back in 1977.
I have lusted after seeing a CBX stuffed in that frame.

I see 3/4 of cylinder 1 and cylinder 4 as I look down past the frame and gas tank.
It would be awesome to see almost 2 cylinders sticking out each side of the frame/gas tank.

Can you imagine??????
enjoying the view from the saddle....... due mainly to the people and information found within this site
#21 08-06-2013, 03:07 PM,

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