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Intake Manifold | Honda CL360 / CJ360 / CB360
Intake Manifold | Honda CL360 / CJ360 / CB360

Intake Manifold | Honda CL360 / CJ360 / CB360

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Your Price: $40.00
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CMC Part Number:6026
  • Replaces OEM Part:16211-369-000, 16229-369-306, 16229-369-000
  • Qty:Sold Individually

Optional Add-On Part:
Carburetor Intake Manifold Clamp (#6028) [+$10.00]

Part: Honda CL360 / CJ360 / CB360 Intake Manifold

Why You Need This: They are called intake manifolds, however this is one of the few parts that seems to have several names such as carburetor boots, carburetor insulator, isolators, intake pipes, carburetor holders or carburetor flanges, etc. The original intake manifolds on your bike are prone to becoming hard and cracked causing air leaks, which means your Honda CL360 / CJ360 / CB360 Intake Manifold will never run right. Motorcycle intake manifolds are one of those parts that should be replaced without questioning. Finish up the job with our stainless steel manifold clamps and enjoy a better running bike. Sold individually two are needed per bike. Each manifold includes the same die cut mounting gasket included in our service gasket kit or overhaul gasket kit. Looking for CB350 intake manifolds?

Installation Tip: The manifolds were designed to be used in conjunction with factory style air filters to support the carburetors from both the front and back. If you are running pod filter it is recommended to fabricate a hanging support that holds the carburetors up and takes the weight of them off the the intake manifolds. We have seen with time that the weight of the carburetor bodies can cause the intake manifold rubber to split from the mounting flange.

This Honda Intake Manifold Fits These Honda Motorcycles

1974 1975 1976 1977
360 CB360G CB360T CB360T
CL360K0 CL360K1 CJ360T CJ360T
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Carb Boots
Intake Manifolds, etc... These hug the backside of my carbs like a healthy southern mama hugs her baby boy as he leaves for college. My carbs were slipping off my old (probably og) boots like everyother time I rode. These solved that problem. Don't Forget The Hose Clamps!
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Reviewed by:  from LA. on 1/27/2016
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I found the new rubber to be soft and pliable which seated on the carb bodies easily with no air leaks, and it was much easier to fit the carbs unlike the hard original ones. Recommended!
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Reviewed by:  from Uk. on 12/13/2016
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Exact fit
The intake manifold was an exact fit. Delivery was really quick. Couldn't ask for anything more.
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Reviewed by:  from Birmingham. on 6/8/2017
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Intake manifolds
Originals looked in good shape so i put some new gaskets under them only to find out they were warped and very stiff. I could see a large gap betwen the engine and manifold which would of lead to an air leak. Not to mention the pain it was to get the carbs pressed on. So i decided to go ahead and get these new manifolds. They are nice and pliable and identical to OEM. Once installed they provided a nice tight seal up to the engine and the carbs pressed right into place without much force at all. A few new clamps and the bike is ready to go.
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Reviewed by:  from Oceanside ,Ca. on 6/19/2017
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The right parts
I've never been disappointed by a part I bought from Common Motor. These are an accurate reproduction of the Honda parts. I'm using them with Mikuni VM carbs, which is a tight fit, but a fit nonetheless. They keep the carbs within frame, and as long as the band is tightened along the edge of the boot they remain a snug fit.
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Reviewed by:  from Augusta, GA. on 6/30/2017
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