Carburetor Synchronization Wrench | Honda CB360 / CB550 / CB750
Carburetor Synchronization Wrench | Honda CB360 / CB550 / CB750

Carburetor Synchronization Wrench | Honda CB360 / CB550 / CB750

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Part: Carburetor Synchronization Wrench for Honda CB360, CL360, CJ360 / CB500K, CB550 / CB750

Why You Need This: In most cases where your Honda CB360, CL360, CJ360 / CB500K, CB550 / CB750 is running quirky, with a high idle speed, jerky acceleration, and difficulty starting the main culprit is the carburetor synchronization. Even if your carbs are clean, rebuilt, and have new diaphragms and intake manifolds you still have to synchronize them in order to achieve optimal engine performance. This carburetor synchronization wrench is a vital tool in the process, at the same time making the adjustment as painless as possible. The wrench is part of the complete carburetor synchronization tool kit that we offer for your convenience and we can promise you that is a must have for on going Honda CB360, CL360, CJ360 / CB500K, CB550 / CB750 maintenance.

Installation Tip: Use the two parts of the wrench properly - the lever to loosen the lock nut and the driver to adjust the synchronization screw. For more help, watch our Honda CB360 carb sync video we made.

Warranty: Our Common Motor Carburetor Synchronization Wrench Comes with a Lifetime Warranty

Note: This wrench is an 8 mm socket end with an internal flat head driver that will also work with many Yamaha, Suzuki, and Kawasaki models that are designed to be synchronized via vacuum gauge.

This Carburetor Sync Wrench Works With These Honda Motorcycles







5 Stars
Midnight Mechanic
I'm not the kind of person that likes to buy "special" tools for what I work on. I feel like I'll never use them again and it's just the manufacturer trying to monopolize on service. So me with my infinite wisdom tried to sync the carbs on my cl360 without this tool for TWO HOURS. I tried flexible head screw driver,a socket wrench, you name it. Point is it just doesn't work. What's your time worth to you? Wouldn't you rather be out riding than fiddling with your carbs? I came to my senses and bought this tool. This tool makes it so dam easy that I had them synced up in 10 minutes. I wasted my time so you don't have to. If your reading this review because your trying to figure out if you need this tool, BUY IT. Buy it and finish your bike up. Save your self the frustration.
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Reviewed by:  from NH. on 11/3/2016
5 Stars
Works Great
Does exactly what is advertised.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Toronto. on 10/25/2019
5 Stars
Worth it
I don’t love specialty tools that clutter up the workshop but this is literally the only way I would have synced my carbs on my 360. Made a noticeable performance difference. Glad I sucked it up and spent the money to do it right. Find a buddy who needs one too and share!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Colorado. on 9/9/2020
5 Stars
This is the tool you must have in your tool box. It makes tuning & synchronization a breeze. Thxs Mike
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Reviewed by:  from Arizona. on 5/23/2016
5 Stars
Doesn't fit for '82 CB450SC!
This is a great, well built tool. I am writing this review to help our anyone else who might try to take a gamble on their bike despite it not being called out in the fit chart. This did not fit for a 1982 Honda CB450SC. There is no access hole through the frame, and no way to get this tool onto the locknut to adjust the carb :-( I am still trying to figure out how to get in there to loosen this nut, send help! Not Common Motor's fault! Should have followed the chart
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Pittsburgh. on 9/17/2020

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