Slam brothers this is my first ever post in any online forms site
Well recently i wanted to buy a bike and after reading plenty of forms i came to decide that i ll buy 125 before that i had always owned 70 but this time when i came back from London i wanted a little bit change so i finally ended up buying cg 125
Ist thing i wanted to keep this for long time its 260km now and today my brother drove my bike at 80km/h for like 4 mins will it effect the engine ???
Second thing which is the big issue for me for the time being is my bike is giving average of 32 which is not good for me what should be done about it
Thanks to you guys for reading my issue hope you ll help me
Mileage is fine for a CG-125. If you drive carefully (easy on the throttle i mean) then you can easily achieve 45+ on it. However, drive it hard, and it wont even cross 33-35KM ... just like every one CG-125.Reality is, it depends on HOW you drive the bike. It took me time to actually understand what it means. But now that i finally DO understand it, i can easily get 40+ from my bike, even if i ride it HARD (hard on the throttle that is).
I haven't actually tested out the average of my euro 2 125, but tell you what, I did a lot of experimentation on my 2011, and you can expect that sort of average If you almost NEVER go easy on the throttle. I to get used (30-32)kms/Ltr
Today i drove it max 50 kmph and max 5 rmp but still average was 32
Can u please how to get more millage
I dont know how you are calculating your average, because even in its stock condition, the mileage isn't THAT bad. The mileage you mentioned can be of a Deluxe :p (which has the worst mileage in CG-125 category)
Heres how to check the practical fuel mileage of your bike.
There is a capacity of 9.2 Liters in it. 2 Liters out of 9.2 is RESERVE. That gives us 7.2 Liters Remaining.
Now, get the Tank FULL. Note the meter reading. Lets say its 20,000 KMs on ODO meters. Drive around like usual, And when the bike enters RESERVE fuel mode ... note the meter reading. Lets say the ending reading is 20,330KMs.
20,330 - 20,000 = 330KMs (This means you drove 330KMs on a FULL Tank)
Divide the 330KMs to the Capacity of 7.2 Liters (which is excluding reserve)
330KMs / 7.2Liters = This gives you 45.8KM per Liter.
Another thing, Brand new bikes have their mixture VERY rich. I have taken a lot of peoples' opinion on this one and they say its for the running of the engine. Dont touch the Carb before ATLEAST 5000 Kilometers. After that, you can get it Re-Adjusted for FAIR mixture (not too much, not too less ... just the perfect combination).
The problem here is ... not many people can do it WELL.
Anyway, i hope you get the message
Originally Posted by luckyman1
My 2012 ordinary one is giveing me 50 plus milage ALHAMDULILAH
Its understandable. Seen A LOT of examples of 50+ mileage so yeah, i believe you on this. BUT ... that can ONLY happen if you drive is below 60KM/h speeds AND you have your carb adjusted.
What i did is my bike turned to reserve ar 96 km
After that filled 500 rupees petrol that was 5 litter
Then again bike turned to reserve at 256
I was shocked i was expecting 300+
After that what i did is filled only one litter exact and drove the bike max 40kmph 5rmp
Exactly 288 bike again turned to reserve i dont know whats happening but i am worried please help