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Honda CB350 / CB360 / CB450 Electric Starter Removal Kit

Honda CB350 / CB360 / CB450 Electric Starter Removal Kit

Your Price: $30.00
In Stock
CMC Part Number:4053
  • Replaces OEM Part:22201-286-010, 22201-286-000, 22201-357-020, 22201-369-000, 22201-376-000, 22401-323-003, 22401-323-000, 22401-275-000

Starter Plug
Rotor Puller

Part: Honda CB350 / CB360 / CB450 Electric Starter Removal Kit

Why You Need This Part: The electric starter on your bike is a luxury, and it is also extra weight. If your Honda CL / CB350, CL / CB360, CL / CB450 or CB500T is properly tuned then it should easily fire up with the kick starter. The starter removal kit contains two parts: a puller for the rotor and an expansion plug that goes where the starter used to be ( you've got to keep the dirt out and the oil in somehow). The removal can be done with basic hand tools in about an hour.

Installation Tip: A few more parts need to be removed besides the electric starter itself. Starter drive chain, drive gear and starter clutch must also be removed. The rotor must be pulled to remove the clutch and drive gear and yes they both need to be removed. The rotor must be torqued back into place with torque wrench, rotor can be held with an automotive oil filter wrench. The solenoid and accompanying wires can also be removed from the electrical system.

This Starter Removal Kit Fits These Honda Motorcycles
5 Stars
Junk Collector
The puller worked flawlessly. Tip: Have your oil pan ready. Also, it helps to have a strap wrench to hold the rotor. The plug fit great. Definitely happy.
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Reviewed by:  from ND. on 4/4/2016
5 Stars
Ditch the starter...
So glad I came across this. My starter hasn't worked for years so I was psyched to get it out of there and save some weight. Plug fit great and pretty straight forward to install.
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Reviewed by:  from New Hampshire. on 10/2/2016
5 Stars
Just kick the habbit
If you have two functioning legs, there is no reason why you don't want to ditch the heavy starter. Just kick it over and seem like the coolest guy in town.
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Reviewed by:  from New Jersey. on 8/15/2017
5 Stars
Simple expanding plug..Worked perfectly. I wasnt sure if my motor was coming apart, like as in blowing up, but tried this , and it worked. The old bike no longer awakens the dead, its as smooth and silent as it was in 1975.
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Reviewed by:  from Verona. on 3/27/2017

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