Wanted Wanted: Relay 1983 VF-750F CF304 2.0 132

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    Hi there - Canadian posting - South Vancouver Island
    Am looking for a working preferably NOS Fuel Cut Relay for 1983 VF-750F part number on the cover is CF304 2.0 132 see picture attached.
    It appears that for it to work it must be that exact part number as per my Honda mechanic.
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    It is a fuel cut relay....
     
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    When you find one, install a toggle in parallel as well. They fail (as you know), and sometimes not in the best spot. One of mine failed in the middle of a floating bridge. "Fuck, what the fu... oh I know." Less than a minute, back on my way. Only because my toggle wasn't accessible from the seat. Most of my bikes are. Has saved my ass many times. I also keep a jumper wire in every tank bag to save my friend's asses because they are too lazy.

    You can also just bypass the switch. Or just install a toggle so the pump doesn't want to kick on if you're working on the bike with the ignition on.

    The relay is a safety feature so the pump won't keep pumping, like in the event of an accident. It does not affect how the pump works, just that without it, the pump will pressurize as soon as the key is turned on. Versus, only when the bike is being cranked or running. It is very handy in the spring too when you want to fill up the carbs after being drained. I've ran some batteries down getting those damn carbs primed in the past.
     
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    There's one on ebay for $16

    Item # 362785724133
     
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    Thanks for the great info. Yes, I had heard about this - I am just doing my best to keep the VF as stock as possible. About 10,000 original kilometres!
     
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    I like to keep mine off of flatbeds as much as possible.

    Cheers!
     
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    For further clarification in case anyone runs into this apparently the most important part number is 36100-MB1-701 with the additional number CF304 on the relay itself. The numbers after CF304 on the relay itself are less important as they are a production number and not related to the actual part.
     
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