Part: Carburetor Float with Pin for Honda CB360 / CL360 / CJ360 motorcycles
Why You Need This: The original carb floats in the carburetors of your vintage Honda CB360 / CL360 / CJ360 tend to be defective over time. After long years of service the original synthetic "plastic" floats can become brittle, forming hairline cracks which will cause the the float to fill up with fuel preventing it from floating. This can lead to even your motorcycles engine getting flooded with gasoline.
Our good news for you is that we sourced exact replacements for the factory Keihin carburetors found on all vintage Honda CB360 / CL360 / CJ360 models. With our replacements you can have peace of mind knowing that your carburetors will work properly. Carburetor floats are sold individually, one float services one carburetor. You will need two if you want to replace the floats in both carburetors of your bike. If you truly want to upgrade your carburetors to their former glory, we recommend finishing off your rebuild with our carburetor rebuild kits. Once put back together, you can make sure the carburetors are balanced out with our Carburetor Synchronization Tool Kit.
Installation Tip: Test your old float by soaking it in gasoline if it has been dry for a while. After soaking, shake it next to your ear. If you hear liquid sloshing, that means it is leaking and should be replaced. Be very gentle when installing your new carburetor float, as they can bend and dent easily. The proper working height is 16.5mm-18.5mm. The higher float level can keep the pilot jet from starving when coming to a stop from high speed riding.