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    Default operation P I (piston instalation :P)

    hey guys...i finally got the piston of my bike changed ...here is the story in pictures

    new piston...klutch plates and other things
    operation P I piston instalation P -517887


    Honda CG 150's piston...shiny
    operation P I piston instalation P -517888


    the mechanic...he didnt want his face to appear..took it secretly
    operation P I piston instalation P -517889


    ready to be stripped
    operation P I piston instalation P -517890


    naked...dont look at it
    operation P I piston instalation P -517891
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    the story continues

    doesnt look like one...but thats the engine
    operation P I piston instalation P -756499


    the engine bay
    operation P I piston instalation P -756500


    the lil sprocket in the middle belongs to the bike's elder brother JL-200 sports...mine is JL150 sports...
    operation P I piston instalation P -756501


    new klutch plates installed (Y)
    operation P I piston instalation P -756502


    something which came out of the exhaust
    operation P I piston instalation P -756503
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    gud (Y) r the piston high compression ones ??
    Petrol head.

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    and finally...the end ...NOTE: no engine components were harmed in the operation

    engine being installed back on
    operation P I piston instalation P -756504


    operation P I piston instalation P -756505


    SAVEET
    operation P I piston instalation P -756506


    ready for departure (Y)
    operation P I piston instalation P -756507
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    @freakride

    dont know about that...but it sure felt hell alot faster
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    I think you should hide somewhere the US govt is looking for some snipers to take down
    Guess Who's Got The power

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    hahahahahhaha....thats my ONLINE GAMING NICK and my 1000th post
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    good work done foosa congratulations on your new engine i hope u enjoying the great pick of the bike now
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    good. enjoy . but don't ever forget your helmet.
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    @afridino1

    thanx...the new engine is superb...the mechanic reduced its power to see whether it settles down smoothly...but still with its power reduced its 3 times faster than what was previously installed on the bike before ...im loving it

    @saad

    i did enjoy my lil journey back home ...and i never leave on that machine without helmet...SAFETY FIRST (Y)
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    wht about the fuel consumption?

    has it changed

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    Is it Chines made bike?
    IGNITE YOUR LIFE WITH WHEELS.

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    @msarif

    i havent noticed the consumption yet but im expecting it to decrease

    @master

    yes it is but now has a HONDA's HEART beating in it ...

    www.kinlon-motor.com

    thats the website and the company is owned by non other than JACKIE CHAN ...the famous movie star
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    @foosa-Did your mechanic alter/polish the intake and exhaust valves?

    How was the boring of cylinder done (Just- aise hi

    Same clutch or which one?

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    Hey foosa tell us more about the bike......... availability in pakistan........... price........ spare availability etc..........
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    @local racer

    the polishing of exhaust valves and the boring was done in another shop nearby to which i didnt go ...because my trustee frend went along with the mechanic for the purpose next time i'll make sure that i take pics of that OPERATION as well...(which wont be soon i tell you )

    @bilal

    its a Chinese Made bike of company KINLON which is a big group of companies over there in china.

    the bike model is 2004 and model name is JL-150-2 sports
    it produces 12BHP with a top speed of 160 ( i took it to 145 before the road ran out).exellent for those who are learning to ride sports bike because its balanced in weight and speed.

    i bought it from a frend so i really dont know the availability of the bike ...but heards some ppl say that the company have an outlet in lahore and karachi. the price of my model is 120K a bit much i think for a 150 but hey i didnt make it ...

    just to let you all know that after the mods i did its now performing wayyyyy better than what it was before and is currently for sale for 55K
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    Hmm..... nice bike in the price you are demanding..... I hope the new ones also bring the price lower so there's more competition in the market.......... and we get some good stuff.........
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    thanx bro...i agree we do need some competitions and im not bragging about anything...most of the ppl here when go to buy a bike they ask WHATS THE FUEL AVERAGE...fuel average isnt the case with sports bikes...they arent meant for economy...yes they can put in alot of technologies to conserve more fuel but thats not their first priority...bikes likes these cant run in our market coz of ATLAS HONDA's MONOPLY and SUZUKI's and all the 70cc's FUEL ECONOMY
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