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    Lightbulb CG-125 brake issue

    Asslam-o-Alkum all
    i bought a new cg-125 euro 2 recently and i am facing a problem with its braking. i previously owned 2 yamaha junoons and their brakes were extraordinary in their class.
    whenever i applied the rear brake on 125 tire skides and i already had 1 accident and i am worrying now..
    i read a thread where someone modify the rear tire of 125 with 18 inch tires....
    cg-125 suspension is rocksolid which hurts a lot...
    what should i do should i sale it and buy another bike...
    if i do which bike should i buy
    cg-125 deluxe or suzuki GD-110(people here say she beats cg in accelration)


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    i hv honda cg 125 e2 but mary 7 to aisa koi seen ni hai...
    Catch Me If u can...

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    @martial ! First of all, learn to NEVER apply a single brake, whether its front or rear.

    Second, kindly head to nearest Wheel Balancing Shop, and get the rear wheel checked. It could be that:

    - Rear wheel's fitting is out of alignment ~ In which case, you can do it yourself easily. (Check the rear Tyre's Axel, there will be a few Engraved Bars on the either side of the Arms holding the tyre. Make sure the bars' adjustment match on both sides)

    - Rear Wheel itself is out of alignment ~ In which case you'll have to ask a Wheel Balancer to correct it.

    - Its the most common issue in new bikes, the rear tyre itself is faulty i.e. its hardened hence no grip on the road ~ In which case you'll have to get a Brand New tire.

    - Also the most common issue, the rear tyre's alignment (i said "TYRE's Alignment") is faulty ~ In which case you'll have to change your tyre.

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    ALWAYS apply BOTH brakes Simultaneously, with 70-80% of the pressure on the Front, and only 20-30% on the rear.

    While braking, Clutch your Knees with your Fuel Tank, for Extra Grip.

    Thats THE KEY on braking CG125, with STUPID Drum Brakes.
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    Default cg-125 euro 2 brakes....

    Thanks for your reply...
    And one thing more I wanna ask when ever I accelerate my bike to more than 60 kph there is some knocking sound come out of it and I am very annoyed if it. I visited claim centers they changed 3 things
    Rocker assembly
    Clutch plates
    And one more which I don't know
    And after doing all that there is still the strange sound of knocking coming from the engine. ...
    After that they told me that the quality of your petrol Is poor and mix it with HIGH OCTANE( I live in wapda town lahore and station from where I fill my tank has the best petrol I ln whole of the lahore ) and change my engine oil even though I changed it 50 km ago.....
    Today I visited again the head office they told me it is engine geniune sound. ...
    What should I do my bike has done only 4500 k....

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