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Thread: best way to complete the 'running' of a new cg125?

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    Default best way to complete the 'running' of a new cg125?

    Since I'll be getting a new cg125 (DLX may be), very soon.
    I wanted to know hwo to complete the 'initial RUNNING' of my brand new cg125.

    what are the best steps?
    i've heard one should go beyond 20 km/h in the start....and then increase speed bit by bit unless one covers 1000 kilometers?

    why is it need? the running?

    waiting for all of U guys' wise-advice

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    I agree with all my fellow Pakwheelers BUT, meet me anywherre in RWP I'll shouw u my CG125 2006 model, the way I kept and tunned it I m sure no buddy in the town can beat it unless would havebeen modified.
    Make no mistake between my personality & my attitude...My personality is who I'm, my attitude depends on who u r.

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    Niether myth nor thumb rule but i wana say that one should drive the machine normaly during recomendad running period. Continous driving in very low RPM is also not good for engines.
    BTW during drive tests of new cars/bikes selected ones are pushed to the speed limits but continous peak perfomnace during running is discouraged due to matter of fact that new assemled machines also get loose after initial use so its better to drive them care fully to eliminate the risks.
    Specially in bikes not to carry 2nd passenger during running is just a myth.
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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    I wonder why Honda and Yamaha etc dont come and clear this RUNNING **** up to us all. Those JERKS are earning so much money with hundreds of thousands of Honda and Yamaha Bikes on Pakistani Roads, still there are no efforts in improving their bikes and the life styles of their riders in anyway.

    BUUU!!

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    start mien he ful metr maro *** to is ho kabi bhe zang nai lagay ga
    "THE BEGINING IS ALWAYS TODAY"

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    @chanda
    whats the relation b/w rust and over-speeding?

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