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    Thumbs up honda 125 fuel economy

    hay ever 1 tell the fuel economy of honda 125 if one drive like following
    1)40kmph-50kmph
    2)50kmph-60kmph
    3)60kmph-70kmph
    4)80kmph-100+kmph


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    As per my experience 100% fit bike shud gives below milage if driven in Urban area

    1) ~50KMPL
    2) ~45KMPL
    3) ~40KMPL
    4) 30~35KMPL
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    2000 model kitnay tak ka mil jae ga isb/rwp main

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    Quote Originally Posted by imranbhatti View Post
    As per my experience 100% fit bike shud gives below milage if driven in Urban area

    1) ~50KMPL
    2) ~45KMPL
    3) ~40KMPL
    4) 30~35KMPL
    You will have to adjust the Carb and decrease the Fuel Combustion inorder to achieve 50km/liter even if you drive at lower speeds. Because even in most ideal scenario, a CG-125 on stock settings cannot give you more than 38km/liter MAX.
    However, if you decrease its fuel, it can do even 55 if driving below 50 and around 4k RPM.

    As for me, i am now bashing my bike more than i can on high speeds and its giving me 42-43 and sometimes the worst, 40, but not below. Do note that I HAVE decreased its fuel but not much due to hot weather, and its still good enough for me. The only price i pay by doing this, is quick Acceleration thats all.

    P.S. Your experience is definitely more than me so dont think i am questioning yours
    Just stating my own experience. Well, lets just admit that a Student Person's observation is better than a Uncle :p /joking

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    ^^ dear when u say that you decreased fuel ? did u do it by yourself or mechanic?
    as far as the question of reduction of fuel is concerned how actually it is done? as far a i know it can be achieved either by chaning the carb jets in that case replacing pilot and main jet and also by raising the slide needle in its c clip from throttle circuit,,, so how u achieved it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by imranbhatti
    As per my experience 100% fit bike shud gives below milage if driven in Urban area

    1) ~50KMPL
    2) ~45KMPL
    3) ~40KMPL
    4) 30~35KMPL
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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    You will have to adjust the Carb and decrease the Fuel Combustion inorder to achieve 50km/liter even if you drive at lower speeds. Because even in most ideal scenario, a CG-125 on stock settings cannot give you more than 38km/liter MAX.
    However, if you decrease its fuel, it can do even 55 if driving below 50 and around 4k RPM.
    When I bought my CG 125 back in 2003 I used to get 50+ km/litre driving at normal speeds, the last time I checked the mileage it was slightly below 48, so I would agree to the stats given by Bhatti sahab.
    Web: http://www.bikepics.com/members/sniperr and http://wanderersbook.blogspot.com

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    please use the method that is discused in the folowing thread to ewxactly give the correct figure,,

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...d-post-results

    watch the video that is there in the link, it will be available after 2 hours,,

    thanks and do post the results

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    my CG-125 gives 40kms / litre

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    how you checked your average?
    did u used the 100ml method,?
    if not please use that method to get a precise figure,,,thanks

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    @abobobilly

    I m sharing the experience of time wen i was 16 Yrs old & figure i qouted is mostly for stock setting which comes with new bike. The Average milage is not just fetched by driving at recomended top speed ur response to throttle even at low rpm/speeds matters alot.
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    @asjdsm

    The 100ml bottle method gives u Maximum milage. In that case almost All 125 cc motorcyles can do ~60KMPL The 70 cc can be able more than 80KMPL but wen it comes to practical ridding it hardly gives 65KMPL on CD70 & 50KMPL on CG125cc while ridding in city @ econo speed.
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    dear today i performed it again,, and while this time i was on my way to university,, bi performed this two times today and both times it came out to be 70-75 km.ltr,, so it is excellant method,,

    wll if u have to stop a lot at signals then surely itsgona effect the average ,,

    i hope to perform it in heavy congested city traffic and another test on full throttle,,

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    At full throttle u may be getting ~40KMPL on a 70cc with this method
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    i have purchased honda 125 1999 model yesterday
    though meater kharab hay.. per i thk us ki fule eco kafi buri hay...
    carborator change karny say koe frq paray ga..
    and new ki price keya hay..

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    Baat 125 ki chal rahi hai aur experiment 70 ki ho rahi hai....ajeeb mamlaa hai bhai....

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    Quote Originally Posted by imranbhatti View Post
    @asjdsm

    The 100ml bottle method gives u Maximum milage. In that case almost All 125 cc motorcyles can do ~60KMPL The 70 cc can be able more than 80KMPL but wen it comes to practical ridding it hardly gives 65KMPL on CD70 & 50KMPL on CG125cc while ridding in city @ econo speed.
    bhai mera iss sa our kitna practical tariqa nikalo ***?
    a man sits on it, he rides it on real road at real econo speed ,, ? i am confused what u mean? anyhow the test that i performed was when i was coming from, university and there were zero signals on my way ,, so no wai and thats it,, it was practical to me,,

    infact this is the most practical methd,, that is y i mentioned that what type of traffic situation it was,, so iss method sa app ko ya exact patha lag jaya ga kakis situation ma app ki bike kitni average daithi ha,, ya nai ka straight road pa jo avg ha wohi congested trafficma hi hogi,, dono different scenarios hain,so u will get different readings for different scenarios,,

    @Legalchamp

    sorry dear for bringing in 70,,but my main poin is to bring to notice the way fuel economy should be measured,

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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    bhai mera iss sa our kitna practical tariqa nikalo ***?
    a man sits on it, he rides it on real road at real econo speed ,, ? i am confused what u mean? anyhow the test that i performed was when i was coming from, university and there were zero signals on my way ,, so no wai and thats it,, it was practical to me,,

    infact this is the most practical methd,, that is y i mentioned that what type of traffic situation it was,, so iss method sa app ko ya exact patha lag jaya ga kakis situation ma app ki bike kitni average daithi ha,, ya nai ka straight road pa jo avg ha wohi congested trafficma hi hogi,, dono different scenarios hain,so u will get different readings for different scenarios,,
    the most practical method is to get your fuel thank filled till brim. keep a note of kms on speedometer. then ride the bike normally (without being conscious like maintaining same speed or not driving in low gear for long etc). dont drive rashly but like a responsible rider. then when petrol tank finishes. note the distance traveled and minus it by the reading u took when u filled the tank. divide the distance by liters you filled in tank (minus the reserve of course) and this will give u the most practical average. As imran bhai said that if we use your method then 125 will give 60+km/liter. but this is not practical mileage. like we see all these cars having excellent figures on the paper coz are tested in ideal situations, but in real world they dont perform like that. i tested my bike after filling in petrol full. i know 125 has 7.2 litres and then a further 2 litres in reserve (making it 9.2 total). after sometime petrol finished and before i switched to reserve i noted the distance and divide it by 7.2 and i got average of 44kms/litre. this is realistic average that i can depend on. i know this is around how much my bike will do on the road.

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    ^^ u essentialy said what i said earlier,,i dont see any difference except the quantity,, jabka using a small amount u could get many figures and get them correct each situation and u can repeat the procedure and get average to get more correct value,,

    full tank is good but that will be very difficult to give a correct figure for certain type of ride,, for example to get a figure for long rides rarely interrupted by traffic u would need to emty ur tank to get ur average and also not ride in heavy congested traffic,,

    whereas if u want the average of a total city ride u would also have to empty the entire tank to get the figure,,

    so in both cases its along long process,,
    i forgot to mention that the method that i mentioned is from a book in urdu ,, that i mentioned in a thread about book,, thats very good book, but is deleted if someone has plzz upload it

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    the thing with full tank is that it gives u a better average. coz one day u will see more traffic and another u will see all green lights. it will be a good average of ur riding style, ur riding environment and ur machine petrol consumption.

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    well when i had hero 70 i used to chk da fuel eco bby emptying tank and then fill it wd 1 lit petrol and vo 50 km dayta tha..
    suzuki gs 125 30km
    and gs 150 35km daytay thay
    125 abhi leya hay to vo chk kar k exp share karun ga..

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