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Carburetor Float Level Gauge
Carburetor Float Level Gauge

Carburetor Float Level Gauge

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Tool: Carburetor Float Level Adjustment Gauge for Honda CB175, CL175, SL175 / CB200, CL200 / CB350, CL350, SL350 / CB360, CL360, CJ360 / CB450, CL450, CB500T / CB500K, CB550K CB550F / CB750 motorcycles.

Why You Need This: A key adjustment that must be checked anytime you rebuild a carburetor on your vintage Honda (or any motorcycle) is setting the proper float level or float height on the your carburetor float. Every carburetor model has a very specific height (or level) that the float must be set at in order to keep just the right level of fuel in the bowl. Too little fuel in the bowl will result in fuel starvation at higher engine speeds. Too much fuel in the bowl will cause the carburetor to overflow and flood with gasoline. 

Our Common Motor carburetor float gauge lets you quickly and easily check the float height on any motorcycle carburetor. Fully adjustable to measure the floats on a wide range of motorcycle carburetor styles. Gage is marked in CM (1, 2, 3), thus make sure to add the "0" to get MM. Made from stamped steel and laser etched; this is another toolbox staple that you should round up if don't have one yet. 

Standard Honda Float Heights:

CB175 / CB200: 21 MM
CB350 Round Style: 24 - 25 MM
CB360 : 16 - 17 MM
CB450 / CB500T: 20 MM
CB500 / CB550K & F: 22 MM
CB550 K3 / K4 : 14.5 MM

Installation Tip: Float height should be checked on both sides of a two float carburetor (IE all our bikes except the 450).  Float height is measured from the float bowl edge to the center. Tilt your carburetor just so that the float makes contact with the float pin, but does not compress the pin spring. Make sure to check the float height at the middle each of the floats. Refer to the factory service manual for your model of bike for exact details on setting float height for your particular motorcycle. 
This Carburetor Float Gauge is used on these Honda Motorcycles
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175CB175K0CB175K3CB175K4CB175K5CB175K6CB175K7
CL175K0CL175K3CL175K4CL175K5CL175K6CL175K7
SL175K0SL175K1SL175K1
200CB200K0CB200K0CB200TCB200T
CL200
350CB350K0CB350K1CB350K2CB350K3CB350K4CB350K5
CL350K0CL350K1CL350K2CL350K3CL350K4CL350K5
SL350K0SL350K0SL350K1SL350K2SL350K2
360CB360GCB360TCB360T
CL360K0CL360K1CJ360TCJ360T
450
500T
CB450K0CB450K0CB450K0CB450K1CB450K2CB450K3CB450K4CB450K5CB450K6CB450K7CB500TCB500T
CL450K0CL450K1CL450K2CL450K3CL450K4CL450K5CL450K5CL450K6
500F
550
CB500K0CB500K1CB500K2CB550K0CB550K1CB550KCB550KCB550K
CB550FCB550FCB550F
750CB750K0CB750K1CB750K2CB750K3CB750K4CB750K5CB750KACB750KACB750KACB750KA
CB750FACB750FACB750FACB750FA
CB750ACB750ACB750A
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I have rebuilt my carbs half a dozen times without one of these tools using several methods. With another bike in the stable I decided to order this tool. It was much easier and I feel more accurate to get the floats to the correct level. I can't believe I waited 5 years to get this.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from LA. on 6/15/2020
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