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post #1 of 7 Old 03-10-2012, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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Carburetor Identification

Hello, could anyone help me identify the make and model of these carbs on my 1974 cb360? There are no markings or writing on them to speak of, and they are definitely different carbs from what the clymer manual describes. See the pics below, and thank you in advance for the help!
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post #2 of 7 Old 03-10-2012, 08:51 AM
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Any idea what model number? or what bike they are from? I actually just saw some schematics of 80's yamaha mikuni's that are similar but not exact matches, so i'm really confused now. Thank-you for the quick reply.

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Oh I thought you were asking about the OEM carbs. Its stamped on there somewhere clean them up and look closer.

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Oh I should have specified. Yes the previous owner installed these sometime before I acquired the bike. They are a mystery to me as I cannot find markings anywhere. I've cleaned them up and inspected them closely, but had no luck finding a model number or brand. They have since been installed back on the bike (which was a very tight fit, because once mounted on their bracket, they are slightly too narrow for the intake boots on the cylinders). I was hoping to find some carburetor aficionado to identify them by sight, but any information is greatly appreciated.

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Nothing is stamped on the top caps?

What about rider left inner main body right near the butterfly spring?

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Nothing. Its blowing my mind

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