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Old 07-25-2009, 04:53 PM   #1
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Default asking about valve gap on 73' honda 350

as it say i am looking for any one who might know the valve gap on a 73' honda 350 and also if anyone can help with this it keeps fowling plugs on one cylinder and the cab over flows on the same cylinder and we have been having issues with the battery charging
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Old 07-25-2009, 05:21 PM   #2
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Carb overflow is caused by a float valve that is not seating. The valve and seat might be dirty or worn. The float might be leaky and is filling with fuel so the valve doesn't close. This will cause the fowling.

Charging problem might be a bad alternator or regulator or the battery is just old or a loose connection or all 4 or any combo thereof.

You really need a manual. But if you set the valves at 5 thousandths you'll probably be okay. 6 to be safe. Loose valves won't hurt.
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