pt 3 of will it Run ? worn out Honda Trail will they run? 1960s 1 day ago   47:09

all the replacement parts came in for my 1972 honda ct70, so lets fix the different systems one by one, carb, handlebars, wiring, and throttle.

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Flip Hager
These cycles always seem to pull air in from under the seat into the air cleaner.... problem is that people who don't understand that often put a rain slicker or grocery bag or whatever under the seat only to then have probs with the engine getting enough air! My question is why bother tuning it when you don't have a pipe on it yet?
OMG...  Watching you work...  like watching Stan Laurel..
dont that flywheel miss a nut?
DriveShaft Drew
great job on the bars thumbs up and shared got it running kool fun project
Noah Calderon
Lol don't ask how I know but that truck is a Toyota tundra at the end I recognized the hood from my own😆😆
Xmc X
The way that thing sounds I was expecting Mary Poppins come out and ride on it. Great video I've really enjoyed this series.
Michael Upton
Hi mustie. I've been watching and enjoying your videos. Cool video on the ct 70.many years ago, i did a rustoration on on a trail 50 which my kids enjoyed for 10 years. Next i did a ct70 with my son. The top end was toast and was going to cost too a lot in parts. I ran across a chineese bike that had a honda knock off 90cc 4speed new. It was minus some non critical parts, so i got it for $125. It fit right on the bike and was a good project. I did need some parts and found Beatrice cycle very helpful and affordable. Some parts were even honda parts. They even had wiring diagrams, helpful as i was going from original to cdi ignition.also there is a site called mini trail
Sam Denton
Perfect to hang on the back of an RV...if only you add a cupholder.
Ian Cameron
Were did you buy the parts for the honda
Doctor Dirk
If a rubber part fitted to a car or bike is putting up a fight try playing a hair drier on max heat over it. This usualy does the trick. Unfortunatly it's the only time I use a hair drier these days.🙄
David McLean
burnout encore was great
Ken Ford
Excellent content. Excellent production value. You are a natural. Quick suggestion: Where are your favorite sources for the multitude of parts that you purchase daily. I'm sure you have stories to tell. Thx again
Thanks SO much for the tip about soaking the airbox boot in hot water to make it more pliable... I was fighting with an '87 trx200sx airbox boot and thanks to that tip was able to slide it onto the carb with ease this morning. Thanks again for such great vids!
Mike Kent
I saved this video for Sunday morning coffee and part 4 popped up too!
Paul G
Mustie, you are a mad scientist.
MisterB’s- Fix it
I nearly lost my mind when you were working on that cable! Good on you showing it!
Keith OB
bubble maker!!
I Dig Daytona
My buddy had an orange one. On a cold day at idle , it would blow perfect smoke rings out that exhaust ! lol
Doesn’t seem to be worried about warping a valve with no exhaust
Just binge watched these 3. Particularly interested as I have a 1964 Honda Sportscub 54cc 4speed with clutch that hasn't run in over 30 years
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will they run? 1960s pt 3 of will it Run ? worn out Honda Trail 1 day ago   55:51

I picked this set up for $10 at a yard sale last summer . the owner said it was his as a kid and they were cleaning out his parents house to sell, so lets see how they held up after sitting for so long.