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    Thumbs up CG 125 Extremly Modified

    now have a fine suspention front is telescopic and rear is heavy mono shock absorber braking power is also enhanced as a rear drum becomes larger and front brake is replaced with disk brake now i can enjoy a sports suspention as well as complete sports look but as per maintinance it is just like honda 125 all the parts are available and the petrol average is just affordable

    its my first job and it cost me 85k including the cost of bike (as i took the old one to create something new ) , engine overhal, complete new paint and chrome works, original almunium rear footrest, original japanese sankei mufler, japanese disk brake as well as front and rear suspension, rear fork arm is from kawasaki japan this bike is cg125 1984 and it is on its original chasis and original engine ( no change in original documents )
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    Default Intrested ..

    whts ur final demand ..

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    @Junainakhtar01

    You have done a nice Job on that CG.
    As per my poor info CG/CB/XL 100,125,150,180,& 200 are bolt On replace able engines.
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by imranbhatti View Post
    @Junainakhtar01

    You have done a nice Job on that CG.
    As per my poor info CG/CB/XL 100,125,150,180,& 200 are bolt On replace able engines.
    Yes imran bhai u r right they are replaceable 95% bolt on
    but i didnt change as i decided first that whatever i do
    i will not distrub the original document
    Allhumdolilah, bike is on its own chassis and own engine

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    A very Nicely built bike.. hats off!!
    y selling??=(
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    Quote Originally Posted by cursedd View Post
    A very Nicely built bike.. hats off!!
    y selling??=(

    i am a print media designer basically
    farigh time mein auto designing ka shouq hai
    aik bike design karli that cg125
    doosri kar raha hn cb650 nighthawk restaration

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...wk-restoration

    aur phr aik aur nighthawk khari hai ready hone k liye
    kch aur bhi restorations and designs zehen mein hen jo karne hen
    i need money that y i am selling cg125
    race wace ka shouq nai hai bhai designing ka keera hai wohi pora kar raha hn

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    Aaala piece nice job...

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    nice

    how much did the modification cost
    :a

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    Junaid Bhai First off all hats off to you...great work..boht aaala bike hai...sir aap say ek request hai plz aap honda cd70 ko bhi design kijiay aur bilkul new look dijiay...

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    @junaid: lolx... aala hai bhai!! hats off 2 ur designs.
    and how much u sold the bike for as u said it on other forum?
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    nice job

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    lahore gai hai 65k mein

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    zabardast.. a very nicely built bike...

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    Mice.. but it was a piece of work..!
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    Quote Originally Posted by junaidakhtar01 View Post
    CG 125 Extremly Modified - 176816
    dear u attached the high flow filter ? can u tell us more about it ? what brand is it ? how much it cost? how is its result ? did u needed upjetting ?

    also can u please share a pic of the default air filter setup.. i mean how was the carb provided with the air . through pipe ? or what ..

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    aala yar...
    MY CAR IS MY ATTITUDE

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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    dear u attached the high flow filter ? can u tell us more about it ? what brand is it ? how much it cost? how is its result ? did u needed upjetting ?

    also can u please share a pic of the default air filter setup.. i mean how was the carb provided with the air . through pipe ? or what ..

    yahan karachi mein to available hai 150 200 ka hai
    and called Breather
    maine carb ko rejet to nai kiya tha albatta slide mein 5 steps hote hen to mid mein rakha tha
    2 step oper aur 2 neeche chor diye the

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    where do U live bro, from which city...?did u make some parts custom made and what is the complete price tag of this bike?

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    Lovely altered man.Gud Job

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    great work junaid. amazing modification.

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    all the body work is good.............but stil on the Engine side u should concentrate to make it affective....as up discussion about air filter...
    air filter only filters the air...and every one know at high rpm Engine needs more air....so soft filter with more free space should be used....as racing bike uses like BMC filter technology used by Moto Gp, F1 and SBK and many others..
    .
    Principle characteristics of the BMC CRF:
    The CRF air filter makes use of innovative technical solutions to optimize the flow dynamics of the direct air into the engine. The geometry of the CRF has been devised with the objective of using the entire available volume of the standard air-box thanks to an extended filtration surface. The result is better air flow passage in the intake phase thereby maintaining constant air-box pressure.
    The structure of the CRF is made of carbon fibre which interfaces directly with the original air-box, providing a perfect seal and easy mounting. The structure is manufactured with pre-impregnated carbon materials which are cured in an autoclave. Thanks to this the CRF air filter presents a much reduced total weight whilst having excellent characteristics in terms of rigidity and mechanical resistance.
    The filtering element is made of a special multi-layer filtration material in RACE configuration which is impregnated with low viscosity oil held between epoxy-coated (to prevent oxidation) aluminium mesh. This enables increased permeability and low air flow resistance guaranteeing highly efficient filtration.
    The CRF filter was conceived with the objective of withstanding the vibrations and heat produced in movement both in normal road and intensive track use.
    The CRF filter, as are all BMC filters, can be regenerated and reused. Once the saturation level has been reached the filter can be regenerated through a process of washing and re-oiling using a special BMC kit.
    The CRF air filter is a patented product with a deposited industrial model.
    The CRF filter was created for those who require maximum return and performance from their motorbike. It is the definitive filter for those who look for:
    1) enhanced quality;
    2) technical development derived directly from the world of racing

    u should must see this link
    BMC Air Filters: The Made in Italy F1, MotoGP and WSBK Air Filter for Your Yamaha 135LC!
    Zindagi 300 km se age shuru hoti he..........

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