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    Cool Honda CG 125 2014 Euro 2 With Dual Disc Brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    Front is legit but in rear setup drum brake is still there. So perhaps it is just for show shaw.
    Btw curious to know what is on swing arm and exhaust plate? Is it a led strip?
    @KamranAslam check this out..
    This is possible there are rear drums in the karachi scrap market which have options to take care of the disc along with sprocket.

    saw one 70cc with rear disc 3weeks back.
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    yar yeh suleshsmarty ki bike nhe hai yeh pics honda 125 facebook key admin ney upload ki thi aur 2014 cg125 euro2 mere friend ney buy ki hai us men nhe hai yeh setup honda ney abhi tak 125 ka new model nhe launch kya jub new model aaye ga to new 3d graphics key sath aaye ga

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    This is possible there are rear drums in the karachi scrap market which have options to take care of the disc along with sprocket.

    saw one 70cc with rear disc 3weeks back.
    I still want front disc brake setup for my CG, but requires too much alteration as per some members here. During off roding drum brake does not work well.
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    Will a Deluxe front complete setup fit in a cg 125 classic?

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    Nice setup.
    <..If everything seems under control, U r not going fast enough..>

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    Congratx on your new purchase,
    btw why u have ultered ur bikes original brakes setup with a local one.
    brakes are most important part if suddenly any of these brakes stop wprking and ur above 40-50 kmph what will u do?
    original is original dear i know that quality is not very good of brakes given by ahl but atleast we have satisfication of originilty!!
    FeeL YoUng DriVE YoUnG......

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    there is no local in disc brakes for motorcycles as for as i know
    most disc brake setups are taken from quality bikes
    i think he has installed front disc brake of Honda Deluxe
    so there should be no doubt on its performance

    Above modifications are excellent but i guess it would be hard to drive bike like CG
    with dual disc brake specially the rear one here people are not very used to it
    disc brake is very response with slight touch of finger it response
    and it is recommended to use finger to use disc brake so i am worried about rear disc
    brake setup in this CG i mean with slight force on pedal at high speed that service rear tyre
    would skid and CG would lost control would easily slip

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    CG125 have absolutely no grip on its rear end, when on high speeds (higher than 60kmph specifically). I have mentioned it above that CG125 relies 80-90% on its front braking power, so having a disk at the front makes total sense (still needs slightly wider tire at front for maximum grip while braking)

    Rear disk brake setup will be a total killer on this bike, and i dread to think what would become of the rider at high speeds. Can't comprehend WHY the owner have chosen it.

    Anyway, even if this bike is not owned by sualehsmarty, i would still like to have a word with the owner and ask a few questions about these mods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    I still want front disc brake setup for my CG, but requires too much alteration as per some members here. During off roding drum brake does not work well.
    Quote Originally Posted by metalhead View Post
    Will a Deluxe front complete setup fit in a cg 125 classic?
    @r1 as mentioned by @metalhead the complete setup of Deluxe fits easily.

    if you are in plan go for it, control +looks both at level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sualehsmarty View Post
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    I hope u never meant Breaking .....but Braking
    Drop a gear, and disappear

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    @r1 as mentioned by @metalhead the complete setup of Deluxe fits easily.

    if you are in plan go for it, control +looks both at level.
    I hear Deluxe forks are longer, and may still require some mods. Don't they have different frames as well?
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    ^^^ Correct ... the layth machine wala help will be required for 1-2 hour corrections for CG.
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    Imagine a sudden brake on 70kmph
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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    @r1 as mentioned by @metalhead the complete setup of Deluxe fits easily.

    if you are in plan go for it, control +looks both at level.
    Good. What about rear shocks?

    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    I hear Deluxe forks are longer, and may still require some mods. Don't they have different frames as well?
    Longer are better i think as it will raise the front end. And you mean its not bolt-on fit?

    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    ^^^ Correct ... the layth machine wala help will be required for 1-2 hour corrections for CG.
    You mean Alteration to frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqibasit View Post
    Imagine a sudden brake on 70kmph
    an Idiot will do that.

    even a sudden disc brake of motor bike on 50kmph -- can kill the rider along with 4 roll-ups (approx)
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    Quote Originally Posted by metalhead View Post
    Good. What about rear shocks?


    Longer are better i think as it will raise the front end. And you mean its not bolt-on fit?



    You mean Alteration to frame.
    -- The rear support saw a 70cc from a distance for this no idea how they are getting it clamped.

    -- For Frame Alternation: not to frame its simple to get it through from the bar-holder up to the handle base.

    our member @superpower have done this with his 125cc super power deluxe, if one gets the complete setup hardly a day to get it fixed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    an Idiot will do that.

    even a sudden disc brake of motor bike on 50kmph -- can kill the rider along with 4 roll-ups (approx)
    Rear disc brake is just hazardous on this bike with no weight
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    but if used by a user who have experience on bike disc brakes ... than not a big deal to get use to it. and to understand bike behavior as needed.

    Still, disc brake is not ment for CG, since 1970 no disc brake in CG125 by the manufactures --- after market add-ons will have -ve effect in controlling the bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    Still, disc brake is not ment for CG, since 1970 no disc brake in CG125 by the manufactures --- after market add-ons will have -ve effect in controlling the bike.
    WRONG.

    During its life, many things were changed in CG125. Smaller Drum being replaced by Bigger Drum, and then after many years replaced by a Disc Brake. There were some electric improvements as well as CDI conversion from Point.

    All of this was done Officially. Check the Wikipedia Page for (almost) full fledge information on this.

    And if only we had spare parts available at our disposal ... Bolt to Bolt fittings for disk brakes can be obtained for these models ... which won't need any modifications at all, just replacement of a few parts.
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    ^^^ replacements of parts is it a issue ? NO

    But the atlas group is afraid of price raise, plus they want to keep the same old classy image to our narrowed customer ship.

    If Atlas makes its OPTIONAL in CG with extra cost to have:-
    - Front Disc Brake.
    - Rear Dics Brake

    While keeping the classy look and I am sure the shokeen fellows will pay the extra price to make it modern yet classy.

    Again for this CG Frame I am doubt full to her behavior with disc brakes and bumpy seat.
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