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I (badly) need replacement breaks for a 1980 PA-50 II. However, the OEM breaks arn't good enough (horray for ridding 100lbs above the weight limit). Are there any 3rd party breaks or any generic break size that will fit a PA-50?
*NOTE*I know it's possible to simply but the wheel with the working brakes on, but that's simply not as fun.
What should be a simple problem has turned into a larger one...I need to replace the rear brakes on a 1980 Honda Pa50 (II), and I have all the stuff to do it, but I can't take appart the wheel (crap, 'ey?).The shop manual says to turn "counter-clockwize", but the german-speak on the wheel suggest otherwise ("l
Thanks to joe for the fix...After spraying the holes with air, then carb cleaner, then air again, it idled on the first turnover no problem. Didn't even have to take it apart, just a couple screws.
How can I do that when the engine wont' Idle?
Both screws (Idle and Mixture) are out of wack, and I have no clue how to set either one of them.
I have a problem with my Pa50. Thanks to a couble of jackasses with a screwdriver, my carb settings are now all out of wack. No matter how long I try to get it back to normal, I can't get it to idel, though it still runs great at speed.Can someone give a little lesson on how to set a Pa50 carberator from scratch?
Fixed it ;)The switch part of it screws off. It just dosn't seem like it's ment to do that at first, since it's threaded arounded the edges. After that, i just had to replace the plastic ring (the peice of ****) with a good ruber one (they say you should always wear a ruba').
Yes, but how do you actualy take it appart. You can easily undscrew the botom where the fuel filter is, but how does the switch itself come off?
I got a problem with 'meh petcock/fuelvalvue on a 1980 Honda PA50II. It's leaking, but it's leaking from the on/off/reserve switch, and I can't figure how to get it off safely. Anyone know?
I got this hobbit, and i was told the only problem was that it needed a carb clean. After cleaning the carb, and re-doing the wiring (which i'm pretty sure is done right), it fails to start. I don't know exactly how to explain the problem, so i just made a video of it instead:http://www.angelfire.com/games6/kinky/files/Bike.movIt just won't keep running.
Anyone else know where to keep a lockin' gas cap?Perhapse in the US?
If there are no other sites that you can get it from, that would be great.
Seriously?No locking gas caps?
Short and simple:Where can I find a *locking* gas cap for a honda Pa50/Camino (a '80 Pa50-II to be exact)?If it's meant for something else but works just as well, that'll be fine.
Short and simple:Where online (or even offline) can I buy a locking gas cap for a honda Pa 50.(...if one is even of the material sphere...)