Join Date: Nov 2013
Location: Milledgeville, Georgia
I have my '86 750 in a shop for a carb cleaning (it sat in a garage for about 25 years before I got it).
When they got that done, they found that the petcock was shot and that it was flooding the cylinders.
Here is the problem: they say that the part is no longer manufactured and are now looking for a rebuild kit.
Any ideas on sources for either of these?
The petcock won't cause flooding, it only delivers fuel to the carbs. If the cylinders are flooding, you have carb problems. You may need to rebuild the petcock too but that's not the primary problem.
2002 VN 750, stock except for accessories
Super Bright LED brake strobe on trunk
About 25k miles
All drive train maintenance performed, drive shaft coupler replaced
Way more experienced at pulling VN 750 carbs than I ever wanted to be.
TOC ACCT rebuild kits installed
Pick up coil mod
Cooling system flushed, refilled with fresh coolant
VN sold, current steed Honda ST 1300