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    I bought a Honda CG 125 today & after travelling for 2-3 km the bike gets really hot, Is it normal during break-in (Running)?


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    dont worry kuch nai hota, enjoy the ride.
    Quote Originally Posted by ftb7007 View Post
    I bought a Honda CG 125 today & after travelling for 2-3 km the bike gets really hot, Is it normal during break-in (Running)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ftb7007 View Post
    I bought a Honda CG 125 today & after travelling for 2-3 km the bike gets really hot, Is it normal during break-in (Running)?
    It's the paidaishi bemari of Honda CG 125 Now a days. No need to take tension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ftb7007 View Post
    I bought a Honda CG 125 today & after travelling for 2-3 km the bike gets really hot, Is it normal during break-in (Running)?
    Brother, I'm no expert but I do know a fare deal about engines... And I'd say; Don't worry, the problem will vanish with the first oil change...

    A brand new engine does get very heat-up during break-in period... It's because there are so many metallic particles and shards inside the crankcase and transmission that move around in the oil and cause excessive friction... Hence you're witnessing unusual heating issue...

    After the first oil change, things will get a lot better in this regard as these particles will be flushed out with the oil...

    Just don't rev the engine excessively & stay under the speed limit as prescribed in the user manual and you'll be fine... Also don't rev the engine when idle... Stay under 5,000rpms... And do change the first oil at the right interval, maybe even sooner if your budget permits it...

    All the best...

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    CG Engine does gets very hot so its normal specially in city
    it gets this much hot that you will feel heat in your feet



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    I had a cg and did realise it was getting quite hot even at low rpm,
    Especially when the outside temp is around 40 degree,
    Because these engine are air cooled so the air it's getting is super hot,
    Try to do running of ur bike in the evening and then see if it's still super hot or normal,
    And first oil change should help aswell a little.


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    Thanks all of you guys. Actually what happening is i drive it for 10-15kms daily & the heat is so intense that i can feel it near my feet. After 1 hr i touched the silencer it was almost cool but the engine was severely hot.

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    I had 3 cg 125 euro2
    And 1 deluxe in last 5 years,
    Deluxe was the only bike which lasted 2 years with me,
    And now I have ybr
    This yamaha machine is by far the most comfortable and equipped with all the required latest gadgets of today's riding requirements.
    If ur pocket allows u
    Then my friend u should go and check this bike out.


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