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    Default how well do you know ur bike ?

    hi guys lets have a test of your knowledge of not any other bikes but ur own ...below are the things you need to tell us

    Bike Name :

    Model:

    Weight (Dry):

    Tank Capacity:

    Fuel Injection:

    Top speed:

    Transmission:

    Modifications(if any):

    here are my bike's stats

    Bike Name : Kinlon JL-150-2

    Model: 2004

    Weight (Dry): 151 kg

    Tank Capacity:14 liters( 3 liter reserve)

    Fuel Injection:BFI (butterfly fuel injection)

    Top speed:160km

    Transmission:5 speed rotary

    Modifications: recently installed a HONDA CG 150 engine in it...plus new klutch plates...and a gear changing sprocket for faster and smoother shifting
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    SoRry BrO I DONt haV any BiKe
    Toyota AE86 (????) for life...

    Engine on Fire...Intercooler on Rescue..

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    Name: Bajaj Pulsar 180 Dtsi(Digital Twin Spark Ignition) Black

    Model: Aug 2004

    Weight: 139Kg dry

    Tank Capacity: 18 Litres

    Fuel Injection: No Ucal Mikuni BS29 single carb

    Top Speed: 130kmph (True GPS tested) Speedometer shows 145kmph at top speed.

    Transmission: 5 Speed Dry clutch (1 Down 4 Up)

    Modification: UNI Air filter and up jetted.
    ++

    Tyres:18 inch rims fr and back.Rear tyre 100/90

    Braking: 240mm disc front and 130mm drum rear

    Maximum Horsepower-16bhp@8000 rpm

    Maximum torque-14Nm@6500 rpm

    Maximum engine speed: 9500 rpm :Idling-1000-1200 rpm

    Ignition: Digital Cdi(with diff. maps for throttle position) with twin NGK spark plugs

    Misc: ExhausTEC(Exhaust Torque Expansion Chamber)-Comapany fitted.
    Over head camshaft.

    Electricals:9Ah Battery,35/35 W headlight

    Enough....................??!!

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    @foosa go look at mine and tell me

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    all i noe that mines a kawasaki GTO125 n its maroon wid blue sticker

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    @ foosa

    I would like to see some pics of your bike please.
    Web: http://www.bikepics.com/members/sniperr and http://wanderersbook.blogspot.com

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    @local racer ...i have a different tyre measurement mentioned on my bike's rear tyre...it reads 4-18 ..can it be the same tyre as it is on that bajaj of urs ?

    @humy...its ur bike...u do the honours
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    7thgear

    add me on msn

    scud_pgc@hotmail.com
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    Here's the detail of my bikes:

    03 Cg125
    Model: 2003
    Category: Road Bike .
    Engine
    Engine type: Single cylinder 4 Stroke
    Bore and Stroke: 56.5 x 49.5mm
    Compression ratio: 9:1
    Displacement 124cc
    Spark Plug: HERO DP8EA-9
    Ignition system: Electrical CDI system
    Final Drive: Chain
    Starting: Kick Start
    Battery: 12 V-2.5 AH
    Fuse 10A
    Chasis and Suspension
    Trail: 80mm
    Front tire: 2.50-18-4PR
    Rear tire: 3.00-17-6PR
    Power Transmission
    Primary reduction: 4.0555
    Final reduction: 20-.533
    Dry Weight: 96.5 Kg
    Engine Oil: 1 liters
    Fuel tank: 11 liters Reserve: 2 Liters
    Length: 1.900mm
    Width: 730mm
    Height: 1.020mm
    Wheel Base: 1.200mm

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    91FZR250R

    Engine Type: 249 cc, 4 Stroke, Liquid Cooled - Inline-4
    Engine Bore and Stroke: 48 mm x 34.5 mm
    Compression Ratio: 12:1
    Valves DOHC, 4 valves/cylinder
    Ignition System: Electronic
    Claimed Horsepower: 45 hp (33.6 kW) @ 16000 rpm
    Maximum Torque: 24.5 Nm (18.1 ft. lbs) @ 12000 rpm
    Type of Lubrication: Wet sump 321.8lbs dry
    Tires: 100/80-17 front, 130/70-18 rear

    Transmission type: 6 speed
    Final Drive: Chain
    Starting: Electronic
    …………………….

    ...........General information.............
    Model: Yamaha FZR 250
    Year: 1991
    Category: Sport

    .........Engine and transmission.........
    Displacement: 249.00 ccm
    Engine type: In-line four
    Stroke: 4
    Power: 45.00 HP (32.8 kW)) @ 14500 RPM

    Torque: 25.00 Nm (2.5 kgf-m or 18.4 ft.lbs) @ 11500 RPM

    Max RPM: 18000
    Compression: 12.0:1
    Bore x stroke: 48.0 x 34.5 mm (1.9 x 1.4 inches)
    Fuel system: Carburettor. MIKUNI BDS26
    Valves per cylinder: 4
    Fuel control: DOHC
    Starter: Electric
    Cooling system: Liquid
    Gearbox: 6-speed
    Transmission type final drive: Chain
    Clutch: Wet plate

    ...............Physical measures.............

    Dry weight: 141.0 kg (310.9 pounds)
    Seat height: 750 mm (29.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
    Overall height: 1,120 mm (44.1 inches)
    Overall length: 2,010 mm (79.1 inches)
    Overall width: 680 mm (26.8 inches)
    Ground clearance: 135 mm (5.3 inches)
    Wheelbase: 1,375 mm (54.1 inches)

    .........Chassis and dimensions........
    Frame type: Steel
    Rake (fork angle): 25.5°
    Trail: 88 mm (3.5 inches)
    Front tyre dimensions: 100/80-17 52H
    Rear tyre dimensions: 120/80-17 61H
    Front brakes: Double disc. 4-piston calipers
    Front brakes diameter: 320 mm (12.6 inches)
    Rear brakes: Single disk
    Rear brakes diameter: 210 mm (8.3 inches)
    Exhaust system: 4 in to 1 with EXUP valve

    .............Speed and acceleration..........
    Top speed: 190.0 km/h -- (Red line 18.5k, maximum of 20k)
    Power/weight ratio: 0.3191 HP/kg
    Web: http://www.bikepics.com/members/sniperr and http://wanderersbook.blogspot.com

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    yaar 7thgear bhai ye bayimaani...copy paste to koi bhi maar lay...i created this topic to find out the info the owners have themselves
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    Ah...
    Yes I found this info from the net. Oops, sorry.
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    Bike Name : Honda CD 100

    Model: 2006

    Weight (Dry): 98 KGs

    Tank Capacity: 12ltrs

    Fuel Injection: None (its got simple conventional carb)

    Top speed: 98 (max i did, could have touched 100 or 105)

    Transmission: 4 Gears (constant mesh as they call it but never understood this thing)

    Modifications(if any): None (but planning to change its headlight current light is worth nothing) its origional headlight is 12/35 i think coz of its mutireflector beam its light doesnt focus accurately like cd 70 does, any suggestions from your guys? specially foosa.
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    Suzuki GP 100

    1984

    85 Kgs

    5 litres?? no idea:s

    Carby

    115 personally verified. Was still pulling a bit. 125 maybe?

    5 speed constant mesh.

    Lowered (dead :p) suspension, deep blue metallic paint, CG125 gauge cluster, Yamaha 100 headlight (in short, it's been molested). Engine rebuilt 5,000 kms ago. New muffler, new brakes. Pulls like a train after 6000 rpm, like a CD70 below... very very sensitive to tuning. 15 HP from the factory.

    Cheers!
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    sami...got a pic of it ?
    >>Time Doesnt Heal Wounds...A Kawasaki ZX-6R does <<

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    @foosa-Probably that means that ur bike got 18in rims.100/90 on my bike means that my rear tire is 100 mm(?) wide and has a side wall of 90.(profile)

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    @foosa

    Unfortunately the registration papers are lost, so it stands in the porch doing double duty as a stool for my stupid cats. I'll ask my brother to snap a pic and send me one! Ill posst it ASAP. In the meantime, enjoy this link:

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=tMVALT3hIis&feature=dir

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    H o n d a C G 1 2 5
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    may be110
    8liters+2liters reserve
    CDI
    120km/h Full meter
    4speed manual
    change the tanki,tapes,
    removes indictors,meter,mirros
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    @BHAILOG

    thats a nice bike...but removing indicaters and mirrors are dangerous...wouldnt recommend that (Y)
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    @localracer

    yea the rims are 18 inches...but wats that 4 ??? i cant figure it out..damned chinese producers......i need a rear tyre for my bike BAD
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    @foosa
    @BHAILOG

    thats a nice bike...but removing indicaters and mirrors are dangerous...wouldnt recommend that (Y)
    removing they are broken going pindi cycle come into so removing them.........well dangrous never thing about sitting on bike just read ayat ul quersey and then go........whats happens ALLAH knows well........................
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