92 honda f2 petcock

Discussion in 'WERA Vintage' started by shift96, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. shift96

    shift96 Well-Known Member

    Is an OEM replacement the only option or is there good aftermarket rebuild kits out there? Thanks
  2. VFR#52

    VFR#52 Well-Known Member

    Whats it doing?
    I used to take them apart and cut diagram out and get a new oring for out side and then it wont need vacumm to make it work. New pop rivits and you have an on and off valve.
    Check ebay for rebuild kit. They may be one.
    Steven Isenhower #52
  3. VFR#52

    VFR#52 Well-Known Member

    Maybe this will work.
    Ebay can be your freind.

    Steven Isenhower #52

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  4. shift96

    shift96 Well-Known Member

    Thanks yeah saw them on ebay but wasnt sure if they are good or not. Aftermarket like $14 oem $150 hmmm. The original petcock came with my project in a bag in pieces.
  5. VFR#52

    VFR#52 Well-Known Member

    Is bike a street bike or race bike?
    I used to make them on and off.
    F3 needs pump to work as a race bike.
    But street bike its fine.
    Id buy ebay one. Lol

    Steven Isenhower #52
  6. nhammond54

    nhammond54 Hammond Brothers Racing

    The Ebay ones are junk! They will fail right before you are supposed to go out on track! Never fails! Lol
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  7. VFR#52

    VFR#52 Well-Known Member

    Good to know. I have extras so never used others.
    Thanks for info.
    Now get over on other thread about V8 points and help me out. Lol

    Steven Isenhower #52
  8. shift96

    shift96 Well-Known Member

    Thanks i figured as much. I think im going to get a new oem petcock
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  9. vance

    vance *

    $15 ebay ones definitely are junk, plus they've never been the correct diameter once I get them. Finally sucked it up for the EX500's and bought two Pingels.
  10. shift96

    shift96 Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys appreciate it
  11. duck62

    duck62 V7 Scooter

    You can use a F3 fuel valve also. You would need to cap off the vacuum line on the side of the head. And I would only buy OEM Honda!

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