1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

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1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

Post by dws01915 » Sun May 15, 2016 2:47 pm

Looking for a fuel level sending unit for a 1986 Honda Aero NB50. Honda part number is 37800-GN2-871. Also was used on the 1987 Honda Aero NB50. Possible it was used on the Honda Spree NQ50 for these years too.
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Re: 1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

Post by Johnniespeed » Sun May 15, 2016 3:33 pm

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Re: 1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

Post by dws01915 » Sun May 15, 2016 6:40 pm

Thanks for your reply. I see them on the parts lists but the part is no longer available from Honda. More is the pity.

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Re: 1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

Post by Johnniespeed » Sun May 15, 2016 7:20 pm

The good news is that Honda sold a lot of scooters in the 80's, should be easy to find as most large cities has several guys who part out scooters to sell the parts.
I have successfully cleaned some senders and got them to read again. Others have had to be replaced.
Make sure the tank is super clean inside, otherwise the rust sediment will give you perpetual carb troubles.
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Re: 1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

Post by dws01915 » Sun May 15, 2016 8:40 pm

When I pulled the sender out I discovered that the entire float assembly was missing!
The one I do have from the 1985 bike does work. The parts bike is still enough together so i was able to put a battery on it and test that unit and the instrument gauge.
Those scooters were great. This one scoots around and easily hits 35 mph to 40 mph. (That is on a slight downgrade with a healthy tailwind!) More then adequate for the roads I am on.
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Re: 1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

Post by dws01915 » Mon May 23, 2016 8:37 am

Happy to say I came across one of these fuel sending units at CMS in the Neatherlands and they only had one in stock!
Will be whizzing across the Atlantic soon!
They seem to have more of the hard to find new OEM parts for the older Honda 50cc scooters then anyone else.
Thanks for your advice, etc.

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Re: 1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

Post by beech190 » Mon Nov 25, 2019 4:32 pm

An old post, but I am also looking for a fuel sending unit that works. my scooter is an 85 NB50M. the original part number was 37800-GN2-671

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Re: 1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

Post by flybd5_juan » Mon Nov 25, 2019 5:33 pm

beech190 wrote:
Mon Nov 25, 2019 4:32 pm
An old post, but I am also looking for a fuel sending unit that works. my scooter is an 85 NB50M. the original part number was 37800-GN2-671
I have two huge boxes of parts for these scooters but will not be available until January when my household goods arrive in the US.
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Re: 1986 Honda Aero NB50 fuel sending unit wanted

Post by beech190 » Mon Nov 25, 2019 10:09 pm

Thanks. Take your time. I think I will know when I run out of gas. It'd be great if you'd post a list of what you have when you get around to unboxing...and prices.

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