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nice bike...2 years back was thinkin to buy it..as i was getting very good deal
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wait for imran bhatti's advice
Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....
seems in a pretty good condition. 1977~78 model?
can you describe what sort of problem you want to address to?
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1976 ka model hai......bohat genuine condition me hai......i felt its real power twice....bt old hai is lye kharabi kar rahi hai......plz tell anyone who could give me gud advice....
well uncle asif...im too young to call u bhai.....i fix my bike myself....in technical language its head is old.....i have got two of them in reall excellent condition......but i failed to set the right exhaust roker timing....and due to which it makes too much noise and sometimes miss fires really badly......Well i hope if u can help...
Nice bike! Please keep it in good shape.
The best 175 mechanic in the 70s was Mr Saeed and Haji sahib. I hope they are well and working in the back of Dayal Singh Mansion.
Originally Posted by roadrasher
the exhaust rocker can be adjusted back to stock specs by removing left hand side engine cover, the small circle one that says "honda" its held by 3 screws.. after removing it you will see the stator, on the stator by looking closely you will see 2 marks, you need the "T" Mark which is top dead center, turn the engine over by the stator and align it with the T mark.. the T mark on the stator should be in line with the timing pointer pin.. once the T is in line with the pointer unscrew the tappet cover and adjust all tappets/rockers by losening them enough that they move sideways by hand, only sideways, no up and down play or movement should be there. once adjusted tighten the 10mm nut down, be careful with those nuts when applying torque cause they have a habbit of breaking if there is too much force applied. after doing that recheck the side movement on all the tappets by turning the engine over a full 360 degrees (counter clock) check if the side movement is still there with no up and down play, you need a little side movement, no side movement will most likely cause the valve to remain open and lose compression. once done install everything back on and you should be good to go.
thanku very much mr yamaha......the real prob is every tym i adjust the rocker after 2 or 3,....360 degree rotations it lossen up....i have got its original guide book....4m where i have learnt it....everything about it.....i have done it 3 or 4 tyms before......bt now i had give up....thts y im takin it to a mechanic....in 26 years for the first tym this bike is goin to a mechanic....this is the major reason it retains its looks.......well thnkx 4 ur advice ......i have tried it numerous tyms before...
@roadrasher - your bike looks amazing - mashaAllah - Well kept
A Vary Nice Bike Janab
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wana sell it
sorry bro not forsale....its a gift as well as inheritance...