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    I want to purchase 125cc china bike ... but Im getting confused to choose one either it will be unique ud-125 or superpower deluxe 125 please give suggesion about performance , mileage per liter and resale value . Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by mehmood115 View Post
    Bro I have owned the Super Power 125cc Deluxe, the performance is satisfactory. If you want to purchase this bike you must do two changes immediately after purchasing the brand new bike bike.

    1) Change the chain sprocket (Use DID chain & NSR sprocket) which is best.
    2) Change the Carbuerator buy the Honda genuine ones for increasing the average, default one is of pathetic quality.

    Use rubber washer wherever is needed to suppress the weird sound producing during travelling. After such changes in bike mentioned above will give you smooth ride near to honda.
    Does these chain sprocket & Carbuerator things need to be change on ud-125 also ? is Carbuerator of uniques is also of pathetic quality ? will this be helpful for improving the
    average ?

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    Well honestly I dont know about the unique motorcycles product quality ask the mechanic for it. I told what I experienced with my bike.

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    Why dont u consider Suzuki GS150
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    guys .. got my Unique Ud 125 .. Ill post it pictures later ... kindly advice me quickly about the engine oil .. Shell AX3 or AX5 as it was written on shell site that ax3 is for smaller engines (what does it means) 125cc engine is small ? ax3 has 20-50 velocity and ax5 has 15-40

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    for motorcycle look for the following two words
    it must be API-SG and JASO-MA or MA2 .. the jaso spec is especially made by japs for these type of bikes where same oil is used in clutch box.... most motorycles in pakistan recomend only API-SG and with viscosity of 20W40 or 20W50..

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    Just bought shell advance ax3 with api sg jaso ma ,20 50 vilocity so iguess it will be ok for my bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawalian View Post
    i have no experience about the bikes ,u ve mentioned but i am owning PIAGGIO 125cc from the last 3 years . i am fully satisfied as for as its performance is concerned. i normally dont visit workshops unnecessarily once everything working fine. rest oil change , filter cleaning and other tunning related issues i do it myself. so far my bike completed 24000km on its odometer as my university is about 40km away from my residence. last week i got its carborator opened for first time to clean its jet as its idle speed was not perfect . after cleaning the carborator and valve adjustment my bike has become more fuel efficient . previously it was giving me an average of 58kms/lit but now it is giving me 64 km/lit that is unbelieveable for 70cc owners even. previously i was facing problem in getting spare parts but now these parts are available . the only addition reguired in this bike is alloy rims. moreover i would recommend that this bike should be installed with atleast 200cc engine as its body is capable to sustain and run the bike more efficiently .
    rest u have lot of option available with u , i ve shared my views that may support u in selection of new bike. stay safe, regards
    64kmp/l!LOL!Nice joke.Dil khush karne wali baat.I would give nothing more then 35 kmp/l.No matter what you say i am not going to believe you.Even if the majority agrees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7thgear View Post
    Brother if you remember I drove your Piaggio once and I wasn't much impressed after riding the bike

    @poster
    I always suggest riders to stay away from the Chinese bikes, better invest a bit more and buy anything in Honda and you will save a lot in the long run. Rest, it is your own option.
    Ride safe, whatever you ride!
    Talal bhai long run!Bari baat hogi if a brand new CG-125 lasts a month.LOL i think your not aware of law and order situation in Karachi.Karachi has changed alot after 90's.My budget for a daily using bike was 100,000.But looking at current situations i straight away went for a UD-125.Clone of CG-125.This is my 4th brand new bike this year LOL!First a GS-150.Then bought a Honda 125 Deluxe.Then again a GS-150.Now a happy owner of UD-125Minor quality difference hai and that's because a CG-125 costs almost 100,000.And keep in mind Honda bikes are not the same as they used to be.Honda bikes has also lost it's quality.And a brand new Unique UD-125 costs only 60000.Plus here in Karachi Honda 125 cannot be insured.But one can get insurance for Unique UD-125.

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    I will suggest you UD-125.I am using this bike and it's been more then a month.Clocked 1500 on it and Mashallah running perfectly.Will make a new thread of my Unique 125 with original pictures.

    You can get it insured.
    Cheap maintenance.
    Parts easily available.
    Rough and touch bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahmoodadeel View Post
    Just bought shell advance ax3 with api sg jaso ma ,20 50 vilocity so iguess it will be ok for my bike.
    yes its perfect

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    Nice to hear about UD125.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    yes its perfect
    Today I went to shell pump . The oil guy over there showed me Shell Advance AX7 semi synthetic and Shell Advance ultra and told me that after engine break in procedure use either ax7 or ultra as they are the best oils for bike and there changing interval is also long so they will be cheap in long run . he told me ax7 for 6000km chanign interval and ultra for 10,000km chanign interval ... If i change ax7 on 3000km or ultra for 5000km it will still be cheap to me but i want to know that

    Anyone on pakwheels has experience with these oils ?

    mentioned oil changing intervals are correct for these oils ?

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    tell him its awesome .. so please give me solid evidence to back your statement .. ask him to take u to some senior at the pump and ask him the source for this info .



    however according to this site
    Modern passenger car engine oils contain more and more friction modifiers. While this is the good thing for those segments (reduces wear and fuel consumption) it's bad for the motorcycles. At least for those motorcycles which use engine oil to lubricate their transmission and wet clutch. JASO introduced the MA and MB specification to distinguish between friction modified and non friction modified engine oils. Most four-stroke motorcycles with wet clutches need a JASO MA oil.

    and ax7 is jaso mab so in my opinion its incompatible with our bikes ..

    after a bit more searching .. i found that most sites quote ax7 as API-SM and JASO-MA2 ..

    did u noted on the can what specs does it adhers to ? any pic ?
    and price and quantity available ?


    Quote Originally Posted by mahmoodadeel View Post
    Today I went to shell pump . The oil guy over there showed me Shell Advance AX7 semi synthetic and Shell Advance ultra and told me that after engine break in procedure use either ax7 or ultra as they are the best oils for bike and there changing interval is also long so they will be cheap in long run . he told me ax7 for 6000km chanign interval and ultra for 10,000km chanign interval ... If i change ax7 on 3000km or ultra for 5000km it will still be cheap to me but i want to know that

    Anyone on pakwheels has experience with these oils ?

    mentioned oil changing intervals are correct for these oils ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    tell him its awesome .. so please give me solid evidence to back your statement .. ask him to take u to some senior at the pump and ask him the source for this info .



    however according to this site



    and ax7 is jaso mab so in my opinion its incompatible with our bikes ..

    after a bit more searching .. i found that most sites quote ax7 as API-SM and JASO-MA2 ..

    did u noted on the can what specs does it adhers to ? any pic ?
    and price and quantity available ?
    Ax7 and Ultra both were available in 1 liter pack , If i remembered correctly Ax7 was 15w 40 and ultra was 15w 50 price were Rs.620 for Ax7 and 900 for Ultra both were JASO-MA2 certified.

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    The link u mention for ax7 is not the one I found. This is the link for that oil shell ax7 advance

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    Guys you are enlightening me here feed me more with this information ...

    I have been using ZIC, Caltex , Shell, what ever found I just puked it in the engine never read the specification just only asked that I want a good oil thats it, What I jahal I have been ... This time My bike is going to have a Nice JASO MA feast InshAllah.


    Quote Originally Posted by mahmoodadeel View Post
    The link u mention for ax7 is not the one I found. This is the link for that oil shell ax7 advance
    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    tell him its awesome .. so please give me solid evidence to back your statement .. ask him to take u to some senior at the pump and ask him the source for this info .



    however according to this site



    and ax7 is jaso mab so in my opinion its incompatible with our bikes ..

    after a bit more searching .. i found that most sites quote ax7 as API-SM and JASO-MA2 ..

    did u noted on the can what specs does it adhers to ? any pic ?
    and price and quantity available ?
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Post pics of your bike man. . . .
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    ya even PSO Blaze is JASO MA2 .. next i will try using those.. esp shell ax3 .. or castrol .. as they are jaso ma2 .. but will stick with mineral for the time being .. however synthetic in right rating would be good for those who turn on/off their bikes frequently .. as most of the damage is done when bike is started .. and synthetic at that is very good .. as it flows quickly .. whearas mineral oil like havoline need a bit of meshing and use to warm up to work ok .. thats y our mechanics say ka aik/do mint bike garam karo .. phir chalao.. synthitic do not need this .. it quickly gets to work .. but their high price is not attractive .. almost double the price of normal .. though synthetic at right rating may work for almost 2k ... but u know.........

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    who me ... ahhh its in ugliest shape these day, havnt found time to get it serviced since last rainy season. so I would not kill you apetite by showing it lolzzz

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    Post pics of your bike man. . . .
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