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    Default New Honda Cg 125 Euro II Concerned need Help.

    AoA guys i hope everybody is in great health i'm new to pakwheels although I've been reading pakwheels forums like an addict

    Recently i've bought Honda cg 125 euro II Alhamdulilah and its just 107 km driven im hearing alot of tappet noise from the engine and i am really concerned i have never owned Cg 125 before so i'm totally noob at this any help will be greatly appreciated and i'm trying my best for the perfect engine break in(running) .

    oh yes and another thing i been thinking to use zic 4t for my bike do suggest me if my decision is ok.


    Thanks in advance guys.


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    According to manual it is recommended to change first oil on 500 than second after 500km
    But no one recommeds that showroom owners official honda mechanics also suggest to change
    on 200km or as soon as possible. My advise is avoid heavy weight on bike atleast intial km's of bike atleast 500km
    not many people care of this bike leke 3 log bethe hai its not good for engine
    as heavy weight puts stress on engine & it is not good for new engine


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warbenders View Post
    ok so your saying i should avoid doubling i heard that first oil change at 400 km and then at 1000 km and then every 1000 km intervel

    Guess i was wrong....
    that seems right... i also follow same pattern
    nothing wrong in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    According to manual it is recommended to change first oil on 500 than second after 500km
    But no one recommeds that showroom owners official honda mechanics also suggest to change
    on 200km or as soon as possible. My advise is avoid heavy weight on bike atleast intial km's of bike atleast 500km
    not many people care of this bike leke 3 log bethe hai its not good for engine
    as heavy weight puts stress on engine & it is not good for new engine


    Thanks for your opinion i will definitely try to follow it.

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    @Warbenders if you want to go 4 better oil later try Liqui Moly racing 4t 20w50 imported german oil.
    The one thing that unites all human beings, regardless of age, gender, religion, economic status, is that, deep down inside, we all believe that we are above-average drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    @Warbenders if you want to go 4 better oil later try Liqui Moly racing 4t 20w50 imported german oil.
    Could you please tell me its cost and how much km it can do before changing it????

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    waise im no racer i'm just a normal guy who just wants his bike to be trouble free for the coming years so thats why i trying to find the best oil so i can enjoy my Cg as long as i can....

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    @Warbenders if you want to go 4 better oil later try Liqui Moly racing 4t 20w50 imported german oil.

    These brands are imported/expensive and rare in market. But heard allot about them. Never tried though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warbenders View Post
    Could you please tell me its cost and how much km it can do before changing it????
    1l=650 rS,,DRAIN INTERVAL 2000 kMS,,for peace of mind you can drain it at 1500 Kms
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    jinab just go for havoline. and always change oil in time. kuch nai ho ga.engine fit rahey ga. i kept one 70 for 5 years and even after 5 years it was extremely fit from engine point of view.

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    no you are not wrong Honda tech advised me to change first at 500 then at 1000 km!
    i have also bought a new honda cg 125 euro 2 just two days before it is 36 km driven yet.its my first cg 125:-)

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    Masha Allah bhai....
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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    You said this is your First CG-125. I doubt if you are ever going to Actually notice any difference in oils.

    If a brand 'works fine' (keyword: FINE) for you ... you will simply tag it as "Very Good". And i must tell you, BOTH Havoline & Zic works brilliantly in Winter Season.

    Its the Summer Season where the 'true' performance shows.

    I'll avoid doing the "technical" analysis as i am no way qualified enough to do so. However, i'll just share my (and my friends') experience.

    - Engine Noise (like, Engine is "Screaming") becomes more Prominent, when Engine Oil gets HOT (i.e. it gets Thinner).
    - Clutch Loosens its working (the Worst problem in the History of CG-125 ... obviously because of Wet Clutch) ... and it'll be affected much more incase of a Thinner Oil (or HOT oil).

    Thats exactly where ZIC 4T doesn't quite fall upto expectations. Like i mentioned, it works brilliantly in Winter Season. It underperforms the Havoline in Summer season (especially when ambient temperature increases upto 35C)

    I have stopped experimenting with Engine Oils and i have been using Havoline since 3 years now. Sometimes, i DO feel the need of a better oil, without caring how expensive it'd be (its usually in Summer Season ). But overall, i'd rate my experience Quite Well with Havoline.
    or 22 AHL oil k bary mn kya khty ho aaap ... in summar

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    i thing qalco is the best engine oil....i used this in my new cd 70....but i have bought new cg 125...i searched qalco for 125...but i cannot find it....in cd 70 which is 0.7 litre,,,it costs 350 rs,,,,,friends can u help me finding this for cg 125...i m in islamabad

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    i may not agree with 40 to 50 speed....i agreed with one point...oil must be changed on time...ur speed must be 60kms after 350 kms...othervise bike engine will not be build....after 1st tuning,,,,u must atleast once run the bike at max speed it can go,,,,after that u must do service on proper time for long life of bike...

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    Default Try Shell Advance AX5 15w/40 API SL (not AX3) SL is way b

    Try Shell Advance AX5 15w/40 API SL JASO MA (not AX3) SL is way better grade than SG;note the latter alphabet S"L" and S"G" there is a difference of 5 Grades!! and that is a lot!!,where as 15w/40 is a perfect gravity for a perfect CG!
    JASO MA are clutch is certifications;ensuring your clutch would not slip/would wear less..
    BTW Atlas Honda's original oil is Shell API SG 20w/50...so Shell AX5 supersedes!

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