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    1. The Complete Story of Changing Rims on my CG125 for Perfect Alignment: @ Page 5 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...on#post4359405

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    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...-5#post4403891


    2. Engine Push Rods Changed to OLD CG125 Model, Japenese: @ Page 5 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...-5#post4396649


    3. The Raam Kattha of Adjusting Alignment of CG125: @ Page 7 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...-7#post4449978


    4. Locks Kit Purchased at 8th July, Now Fitted:@ Page 8, Post #159 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...-8#post4464533

    5. Cylinder Head Seal Changed at 8th September 2014 to solve Tappet Cover Leak @ Page 8, Post#149 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...-8#post4521260


    6. Panther Pacer Rear 3.00-17 Changed at 30th December 2014; Old Panther Power was faulty with misalignment @ Page 8, Post#156 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...-8#post4650399


    7. Feeler Gauge & Valve Adjuster Bought from HYS, Brandreth Road; Page 9, Post#165 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...-9#post4666830


    8. Engine Works Done @ 39920; Page 10, Post#200 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...10#post4730453 w/ Pictures in Post#202 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...11#post4730459 ... and Post#203 -- https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...11#post4730462


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    Liqui Moly 4T (2nd Bottle) - Odo Reading 37082 to 38322: https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...76#post4640291

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    Quote Originally Posted by iNCEPTiON View Post
    I am thinking to change tyre and rim of my GS150 any suggestions ??
    Abhi kuch na poocho. Mood full time kharab hay.

    BC har tyre he ghatiya. Dimag kharab kar diya hay.

    Coming back from work, i had an epiphany. Out of 10 motorcycles, NINE (9) had faulty tyres. For some, that wobbling was minor, and for the rest it was so severe that i actually praised the driver for still coping with his vehicle i.e. Guzara Chalana

    Anyway, i have paid a visit to that shop (from where i have purchased it from), and he had his own guy check the tyre. He doesn't want to accept it, but says to return tomorrow (which'd be tomorrow i.e. 1st Jan 2015; 3rd day for the 7 days Wobbling Claim). Hopefully, i'll get it changed, on the spot. I might offer a bribe of Rs.100 as an extra cost, for finding a tyre with immaculate condition and ZERO fault ...

    As for your my dear ... Apni GS150 ka thread banao and udar poocho :p But seriously, i don't have anything to say about the GS150's tyre. Maybe its time to spend a decent amount on Disc Brake, and bigger tyres on both front and rear end?
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    Hokay, got the tyre changed (claimed in warranty). The new tyre is a bit better. Still has A BIT of wobbliness, but overall is fine.

    Anyway, i have stopped paying more attention to it. Because the more I think about it, the more torture it'll become.
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    bhai any further reviews abt the tyre?? shud i go fr the same or opt any different brand??
    wHaTs NeXt To EcStAsY????nOtHiNgNeSs??WaTs nExt????HELL.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilslayer View Post
    bhai any further reviews abt the tyre?? shud i go fr the same or opt any different brand??
    Its too early to say somthing. But honestly, i don't like this tyre's behavior on the road. I feel that its a little jumpy on the road (tyre pressure is not the problem, and it set at 35psi, which is the maximum tyre pressure this tyre can handle; its written on the tyre as well). Road Grip is brilliant though.

    If you want to get one now, then I would still recommend Panther Power, as usual. (assuming you are asking about the rear tyre)
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    So yesterday (14th Jan 2015), bought these:
    1. Feeler Gauge ~ Rs.150 from HYS, Brandreth Road, Lahore.
    2. Valve Adjuster ~ Rs.50 from HYS, Brandreth Road, Lahore


    Abobobilly's CG125 Thread - Its Evolution and Stuff I Changed - u56dB9E
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    Abobobilly's CG125 Thread - Its Evolution and Stuff I Changed - CuNR5TN
    .:: Feeler Gauge Set ::.


    Abobobilly's CG125 Thread - Its Evolution and Stuff I Changed - XpccEet
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    Abobobilly's CG125 Thread - Its Evolution and Stuff I Changed - f0uvyt6
    .:: Valve Adjuster ::.
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    Valve Clearance (intake + exhaust) = 0.08mm

    Spark plug gap = 0.8-0.9mm
    If you ride like there's no tomorrow, there won't be.

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    Abobobilly are you planing to tune your bike yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Abobobilly are you planing to tune your bike yourself?
    Planning? I have always tuned my bike myself (except for a few occasions where i got this done from other mechanics).

    But for tappet adjustment; well i was afraid i might mess things up, so i used to get this done from mechanics. But now, i just don't care anymore, so bought these. InShaALLAH i will try this tomorrow morning (will leave the bike to cool overnight).
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    ABAY YAAR

    Missing a 7 or 8mm number Goti to open the Magnet Side Cover Now i'll have to go to Brandreth Road again I feel so angry about the missing tools in my house, that its causing a frustration now.
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    by tuning i was specially referring to tappet adjustment after seeing the tools
    you have bought recently so its first time you going for tappet adjustments yourself
    best of luck for your first tuning

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    by tuning i was specially referring to tappet adjustment after seeing the tools
    you have bought recently so its first time you going for tappet adjustments yourself
    best of luck for your first tuning
    Yes first time. Not really. Kinda.

    Darao matt. Abhi fully motivated. -_-
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    Go for it. Just consult the workshop manual.

    You should be worrying for the 16 valve honda engine, not this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    So yesterday (14th Jan 2015), bought these:
    1. Feeler Gauge ~ Rs.150 from HYS, Brandreth Road, Lahore.
    2. Valve Adjuster ~ Rs.50 from HYS, Brandreth Road, Lahore


    Abobobilly's CG125 Thread - Its Evolution and Stuff I Changed - u56dB9E
    -
    Abobobilly's CG125 Thread - Its Evolution and Stuff I Changed - CuNR5TN
    .:: Feeler Gauge Set ::.


    Abobobilly's CG125 Thread - Its Evolution and Stuff I Changed - XpccEet
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    Abobobilly's CG125 Thread - Its Evolution and Stuff I Changed - f0uvyt6
    .:: Valve Adjuster ::.
    If you've bought the feeler gauge at just Rs. 150/-, I have a feeling that it will be highly inaccurate. (Just my thought) Check the thickness of these strips with a micrometer before beginning the tuning process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dongiovanni View Post
    If you've bought the feeler gauge at just Rs. 150/-, I have a feeling that it will be highly inaccurate. (Just my thought) Check the thickness of these strips with a micrometer before beginning the tuning process.
    I don't think it will be highly inaccurate. Its actually pretty good quality, and the shopkeeper claimed that everyone buys that, except for the bigger companies who buy imported feeler gauges. Since i have seen mechanics use this type of gauge, i believe him.

    Also, it was either THIS, or that single strip for like Rs.20-25. I opted for the whole set.
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    Abobobilly brother did you inquire about availability of imported feeler gauges?

    and i recommend you to remove tank as it will allow you clear view & ease access
    to valves than with relax mind do the adjustments always check clearance even after
    adjustment to confirm i had tuned my bike pridor around three times but don't why
    valves always result in loose the hardest part of adjustment is to lock the settings
    as with slight movement settings goes wrong




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    @amjad635! Yep, did inquire about the Imported Feeler Gauges. He did not have it, neither dod the other shops on Brandreth Road. Quality was decent, but was local. (I hate it when these big shops don't keep high quality stuff as well).

    As for adjustment ... i saw a lot of videos (with tricks and tips) and i am pretty confident that i'll be able to do it without any problem.

    Abhi to Petrol nahi mil raha so i have basically docked my bike. It has like 120 kilometers worth of fuel left in it. When this sh*t storm about petrol settles down, i will buy the remaining tools i require ... and will definitely update you here.

    Don't think i'll be needing to remove the Petrol Tank. The adjustment requires us to set "on the side" (not on the top), so there is no need.

    If you want, i can mention that video here so that you can take a look.
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    First of all i would like to comment on patrol situation yeah its terrible in lahore & other
    cities of punjab its really sad to know i can understand how difficult it is to live in such
    situation here in sindh when there is strike which mostly expected all patrol are shut
    it becomes really difficult to go for some work or when in city & patrol finishes

    Its good to know that you have worked alot on this before going for attempting personally
    i don't recommend beginner to do this as person with improper knowledge if goes for this work
    it may result to serious damage to bike engine

    Well it depends on you if with convenience can access valves than yes no need to remove tank
    i personally have never attempted on cg engine but i just used to think if i have cg to tune it
    will require me to remove tank

    Yes Kindly share video i am still interested in this stuff if have not seen that video i will download it

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    First of all i would like to comment on patrol situation yeah its terrible in lahore & other
    cities of punjab its really sad to know i can understand how difficult it is to live in such
    situation here in sindh when there is strike which mostly expected all patrol are shut
    it becomes really difficult to go for some work or when in city & patrol finishes
    Shh ... bro don't disturb. "Taraqqi ho rahi hay".

    I blame those mofos equally who vote for these corrupt politicians. Should i direct your attention to the August 2014 Inqilaab/Azadi march, where whole city was blocked with containers, fuel stations were shut down, yet people still called "the protesters" being the culprit. (yes, this means i don't believe about those PSO's problems, which are obviously artificially generated) Ab bhugto.

    I really want to puch those mofos in the face who still chant "taraqqi ho rahi hay". No gas, no clean water, no bijli, no petrol ... yehi hay "Roshan Pakistan".

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Its good to know that you have worked alot on this before going for attempting personally
    i don't recommend beginner to do this as person with improper knowledge if goes for this work
    it may result to serious damage to bike engine
    Well in my defense, my engine is already close to next opening (for head/cylinder work; i am opting for a cylinder change as i don't want to bore, and will change all the parts including Piston, Valves, and probably Cam Followers).

    So whats the worse which can happen? Engine Seal? Nah. At best it'll increase the wear rate for valves, and considering what i have mentioned above, i don't think i need to worry about it

    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Well it depends on you if with convenience can access valves than yes no need to remove tank
    i personally have never attempted on cg engine but i just used to think if i have cg to tune it
    will require me to remove tank.
    Incase of CG125, removing tank is equally inconvenient. Its much easier to just open up the cover of tappets, and do the task.

    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Yes Kindly share video i am still interested in this stuff if have not seen that video i will download it
    Here it is brother.


    YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4CrFwli-v0
    Playit.pk Link: CG125 HONDA CG 125 VALVE CLEARANCE ADJUSTMENT TUTORIAL - PlayIt.pk
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    abobobilly dear you can do it just no need to fear from any thing it is not as much difficult as ppl has make it. it is very easy procedure just need to understand i am here to help you out maximum after 2 or 3 tuning of your bike you will be an expert of valves adjusment

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    How many times has your engine been opened? :O

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