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Petcock | Honda CB500T / CB550 / CB750
Petcock | Honda CB500T / CB550 / CB750

Petcock | Honda CB500T / CB550 / CB750

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Item: Petcock for Honda CB500T / CB550K0 - K2 / CB550F (1976 and earlier) / CB750K3 - K5 / CB750F (1976 and earlier)

Why You Need This: The Honda CB500T has a few unique parts on it that are not shared with its predecessor the CB450. The gas tank is specific to the Honda CB500T and it has a very specific petcock that is obsolete. Similarly, some CB550 and CB750 models used the same tank thread and petcock style. Well, we have figured out a simple workaround to allow your Honda CB500T / CB550 / CB750 fuel tank to be usable once again. This petcock only features one outlet so a 1/4" T-fitting will have to be used to spit the fuel between the two carbs in the case of the 500T, and the two carb pairs on the 550K, 550F, 750K, and 750F.

    NOTE: This will NOT fit the CB550K / CB550F / CB750K / CB750F 1977 - 1978 style tank.

    *CB550K0 - K2 / CB750K3 - K5 Owners: Honda switched between two styles of petcocks on your motorcycle so if this does not look like the petcock on your motorcycle, check out the other style petcock we carry right here.

    Installation Tip: If you're crafty enough it is possible to drill & tap the petcock where the 2nd fuel tap would normally go. You can see on the valve body where the casting allows for either one or two fuel lines to connect. Of course, the easier way would just be to pick up a tee from the plumbing section of your local hardware store.

    This petcock is used on these Honda Motorcycles
    1973197419751976
    500TCB500TCB500T
    500F
    550
    CB550K0*CB550K1*CB550K2*
    CB550FCB550F
    750F
    750
    CB750K3*CB750K4*CB750K5*CB750K6
    CB750F0CB750F1
    5 Stars
    Excellent so far
    I have a 1975 Honda CB500T. I've only had this product installed on my bike for a few weeks now, and I've only ran it a few times, but so far it seems to be getting an adequate amount of fuel to the carbs and no leaks. Make sure to use clamps on the hoses with the brass splitter. The petcock fit right on to the tank, with no hassle, and it looks excellent. As you can see, it only has one output, instead of the two on the stock petcock, but the brass splitter takes care of that.
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    Reviewed by:  from Stratford, Connecticut. on 4/5/2017
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    My old petcock was leaking so I picked this one up. I was worried that the change from 2 outlets on the old petcock to a single outlet would be an issue but I bought a brass T and some fuel hose and it works just as well - now with no leaking!
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    Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Brooklyn. on 10/2/2018
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    5 Stars
    Good flow, no leaks
    My 40 yr old peck was worn out. This screwed right on my 550 tank. I wanted 2 fuel outlets so following Brenden's advice I drilled out the hole for the 2nd outlet. Then pressed in one of the brass nipples from my old petcock. Voila...just like stock!
    Did you find this helpful?  5 of 5 Found Helpful
    Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Spring. on 11/3/2020
    5

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