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    Default Eagle Firebird DG70 Bike Thread

    This is Eagle Firebird DG70 Motorbike Thread

    Eagle UPDATED Their Website. You can read the Official Specifications on their website now.

    Official Specs Of Firebird

    ECONOMY OF 70CC PLEASURE LIKE 125CC


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    Eagle Firebird owners share your sights, reviews, opinions, suggestions, tips, criticisms further your bike photographs. Hence other peoples can get comprehensive information about this recently released motorbike. Mods mark this thread to Sticky. Please don’t post irregular comments and stay on the topic. Everyone is welcome to stake his words.

    I am sharing Eagle Firebird DG70 specifications which I got from my bike manual book. Eagle has not updated their website till yet.

    Specifications Taken From My Bike Manual Book:

    ENGINE

    • Fuel Mileage 85 KM
    • Engine 4 stroke, single cylinder, overhead cam, air cooled
    • Bore and Stroke 47 x 41.4 mm
    • Displacement 78 cm (3)
    • Compression ratio 8.8:1
    • Spark Plug HERO: C7HSA
    • Spark Plug Gap 0.6 – 0.7 mm
    • Valve Clearance IN: 0.05 mm
    • EX: 0.05 mm
    • Ideal Speed 1500 + 100 RPM
    • Transmission 4 speed constant mesh
    • All forward N-1-2-3-4
    • Starting Kick Start


    WEIGHT

    • NET WEIGHT 90 kg


    CHASSIS OR SUSPENSION

    • TRAIL 70 mm
    • Front Tire size 2.25-17-4PR Air pressure 25 PSI lbs/sq in
    • Rear Tire size 2.50-17-4PR Air pressure 28-32 PSI lbs/sq in


    POWER TRANSMISSION

    • Primary Radication 3.722
    • Final Radication 2.928
    • Gear Ratio 1st 3.277
    • 2nd 1.937
    • 3rd 1.350
    • 4th 1.043


    OIL CAPACITY

    • Engine Oil (0.6 liter) – 0.8 liter
    • Recommended Oil SAE20W-4(API-SF/CC)
    • Petrol Tank 9 Liter
    • Petrol Reserve Tank 1.0 Liter


    LENGTH

    • Overall Length 1885 mm
    • Overall Width 760 mm
    • Overall Height 990 mm
    • Wheel base 1210 mm


    ELECTRICAL

    • Ignition System CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition)
    • Battery 12V - 2.5 AH
    • Generator AC Generator
    • Fuse 7A
    • Head Light High Beam/Low Beam 12V – 25/25W (with wires)
    • LED Tail/Stop Light LED 12V – 5/18W
    • Turn Signal Light Front/Back LED 12V – 10/10W
    • Neutral Indicator Light 12V – 3.4W
    • Turn Signal Indicator Light 12V – 3.4W


    MISCALLENOUS SPECS

    • Brake Front: Drum brake expending shoe
    • Brake Rear: Drum brake expending shoe
    • Suspension Front: Telescopic Hydraulic Forks, with coil springs
    • Rear: Double acting hydraulic shock absorbers, with coil springs


    Disclaimer:

    I don’t belong to Eagle/Diamond group or any other bike manufacturer. I am not advertising Eagle products on Pakwheels. Above mention specs are taken from my eagle bike manual book. I am not responsible for any claim/errors/mistakes or if you buy this ride and it doesn’t meet your expectations. Thank you!


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    First of all I would like to thanks to Allah Almighty who gave me enough courage to buy my first own ride aka Eagle Firebird 70cc. Formerly to my family for certain financial support, friends for their time and great provision and last Pakwheels platform + Pakwheelers for their great support, info, advices and assistance. Thank you everyone.

    Though i wanted to buy some thing above 100cc or 125cc but due to shortage of some funds and lack of bike, I was facing too many problems so I went in market bought this bike Right now writing my initial thoughts on the bike, driven only 22km. I have still plans to ride 125cc bike for which i have to earn and save a lot, but a dream will come true one day InshAllah

    Took so many snaps just because a one can see this new product from different angles (no info available still on website, that's a reason too) other wise i would not gonna share that much snaps

    You have to click on each image to see in full resolution.

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    Reserved this post for Blue and Red color bike pictures.
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    Reserved this post for my review & initial thoughts on bike.

    Initial Thoughts:

    • Good road grip might be due to 90KG weight, I never drove such heavy 70cc bike.
    • Smooth Ride.
    • Most comfortable 70cc bike i ever drove.
    • Really its a pleasure to drive i never felt i am riding a simple 70cc bike.
    • I agree with company advertisement words "70 mein 125 k mazay"
    • Fuel tank paint job is not good. I think they have done 1 coat/layer on fuel tank but its my guess only, nice trick to save much bucks.
    • To be continued...


    Pros:

    • RPM option
    • Eagle wings shape, Curvy Fuel Tank Design
    • Overall bike stickers designing is very good
    • Similar sound & muffler like AHL 125
    • Sporty looks
    • Front Light Hood
    • Matt Black Rear steel mudguard
    • Black Fiber Front mudguard
    • Dual side LED Indicators, Red and Orange color
    • Elegant looking rear light + design
    • Comfortable seat, better then other 70cc bikes seats and I found it more nice then AHL 125 seat. Also I compare the size as well, Firebird seat length is more then AHL 125
    • To be Continued...


    Cons:

    • Fuel tank paint quality is low, paint quality is same as other bikes brands which comes in similar price range, except AHL.
    • Rear Tyre brand Diamond was not good just did warranty claim and got new Service Tyre off course free
    • More Coming soon...
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    Congrats
    looking v beautiful.... plz share it's performance as well as u drive
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    thanks khan g. no doubt its beautiful and eye catching bike. for sure i will share everything. just wait and keep visiting this thread. i am posting pics and writing initial thoughts on bike.
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    Waiting bro
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    bike is nice but expensive should not be more than 47 thousand 50 ziada ha jis tarha inho ne front screen mudguard aur meter me aur telescopic shocks me ala design dia ha use tarha apna style de ker sporty sa fuel tank aur side covers be bna lete including seat and cowling to maza a jata
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    Well said umer bhai very well said
    whatever they did but they prompted a good change ... personally i like it
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by umerchaudhary View Post
    bike is nice but expensive should not be more than 47 thousand 50 ziada ha jis tarha inho ne front screen mudguard aur meter me aur telescopic shocks me ala design dia ha use tarha apna style de ker sporty sa fuel tank aur side covers be bna lete including seat and cowling to maza a jata
    Yep i agree with you. Bike is available in 50k. right now only 2 show rooms on McLeod road have this bike. 1st dealer was not ready to negotiate he was asking me 50k. i went to 2nd dealer he gave me in 47k after much negotiate, first he was asking 49 and then 47.5 finally and then i paid 3k for papers. hence paid 50k total.

    fuel tank design is unique and different then other bikes. watch pics carefully. seat design is also different then other bikes, i will share pics when i will remove the plastic wrapper of the seat. it dosent look bad to me without cowling. side covers are same like other 70cc bikes they should also change them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khanthegr8 View Post
    Well said umer bhai very well said
    whatever they did but they prompted a good change ... personally i like it
    Yeah i too like the change. its not just change its complete change. even i feel difference in riding
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juste View Post
    This is Eagle Firebird DG70 Motorbike Thread


    • Fuel Mileage 85 KM
    • Engine 4 stroke, single cylinder, overhead cam, air cooled
    • Bore and Stroke 47 x 41.4 mm
    • Displacement 78 cm (3)
    • Compression ratio 8.8:1
    • Spark Plug HERO: C7HSA
    • Spark Plug Gap 0.6 – 0.7 mm
    • Valve Clearance IN: 0.05 mm
    • EX: 0.05 mm
    • Ideal Speed 1500 + 100 RPM
    • Transmission 4 speed constant mesh
    • All forward N-1-2-3-4
    • Starting Kick Start


    WEIGHT

    • NET WEIGHT 90 kg



    ELECTRICAL

    • Ignition System CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition)
    • Battery 12V - 2.5 AH
    • Generator AC Generator
    • Fuse 7A
    • Head Light High Beam/Low Beam 12V – 25/25W (with wires)
    • LED Tail/Stop Light LED 12V – 5/18W
      [*]Turn Signal Light Front/Back LED 12V – 10/10W
    • Neutral Indicator Light 12V – 3.4W
    • Turn Signal Indicator Light 12V – 3.4W
    the highlighted bore and stroke make it a 69cc bike,,this bore and stroke can never make 78cc,,

    however if cylinder is marked as 78cc its most probably 85cc , and its bore is same as of other 70s i.e 47mm but stroke is 49mm,,same as of 100cc or 125cc bikes,,


    i see nothing special that prompts me to accept their words of it making 85km to a litre,,
    because all its gear ratios, compression rato are same as of other 70's

    also whats the need of led lights when they are consuming the same power as other halogen lamps?

    looks are ggood no doubt,,
    what r the two meters in it? rpm meter ? or fuel gauge?

    LOL at the add,,,
    by the way change is always good,, do update as about it,, and Allah Mubarak karay

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    If you got that bike in 47 k its good and justified price ap ke btane k bad mane ghor kia fuel tank waqaki different ha uper se curvy ha . ziada light me sirf fuel tank ke aur pics upload ap karna side se aur uper se . Agar back se piaggio storm ya honda 100 ke tarha bna dete to aur bhe lush lagte mera mutlub cowling me back light ka ha with rear small sporty plastic mudguard but abhe bhe nice ha
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    This certainly looks impressive ride
    looks totally a change bike
    i was waiting for this bike to arrive at pakwheels
    so finally its here

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    @asjdsm totally agreed bro.... u pointed out valid points bravo!!!
    Compression ratio dekh kar to mujhe b samajh nahi aayi ke how it achieve 85km/liter
    i don't think so itna karti hogi... mere khyal se 50km/liter b kar jaye tab b bari baat hay, i saw the bike on my showroom.... it has RPM meter
    CRLF ne b same bike launch ki hay, usme same specification hay looks b same hain, meter me fuel gage indicator ek izafi cheez hay baki sab yahi....
    125 muffler from the end .... tried to produce a heavy sound but i think not effective to the extinct
    whatever they made it's good for those people who can't meet 93K demand to Atlas group for their 125
    bike mein looks hi di hain i think, performance to Juste bataye ga to pata chalay gi Quality b pata chal jayegi maheenay tak, u know zero meter bike maheenay tak to karari chalti hay baad me quality wagera ka pata chalta hay which thins is reliable
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    loooks nice. im impressed
    sach karwa hota hay

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    Congrates on the new purchase. May you have many happy days of travelling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    the highlighted bore and stroke make it a 69cc bike,,this bore and stroke can never make 78cc,,

    however if cylinder is marked as 78cc its most probably 85cc , and its bore is same as of other 70s i.e 47mm but stroke is 49mm,,same as of 100cc or 125cc bikes,,


    i see nothing special that prompts me to accept their words of it making 85km to a litre,,
    because all its gear ratios, compression rato are same as of other 70's

    also whats the need of led lights when they are consuming the same power as other halogen lamps?

    looks are ggood no doubt,,
    what r the two meters in it? rpm meter ? or fuel gauge?

    LOL at the add,,,
    by the way change is always good,, do update as about it,, and Allah Mubarak karay
    i have no idea of bore and stroke. either it is 70cc or 78cc or above its ok to me I don't like 70cc bikes.

    Dealers also told me its mileage is 85km/1liter according to company. However i was too surprised when i came to know about mileage. They just told me Eagle have done some thing with carburetor. I don't believe them. I will let you know guys once running stage will complete.

    There is no fuel gauge but RPM meter. which i really badly wanted to see RPM feature in 70cc category bikes.

    I will keep updating you peoples about its performance. I really like these changes specially RPM addition and similar sound of 125 Kher Mubarak bro
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