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    Default Allhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG-125 power machine.!!

    Allhamdullilah after observing all the pw forums and after seeing the suggestion of the member's and regarding my uses i selected CG-125 here are the pics
    Allhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG-125 power machine.!! - ne2u9ataAllhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG-125 power machine.!! - uvu6a2eqAllhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG-125 power machine.!! - 9e2yma9eAllhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG-125 power machine.!! - nejege2e


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    in honda case is different, old stock is 2.5K higher than new model "" when E2 was launched at price of 95K in 22may 2012 then non E2 chrome muffler was sold in 98K
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanthegr8 View Post
    in honda case is different, old stock is 2.5K higher than new model "" when E2 was launched at price of 95K in 22may 2012 then non E2 chrome muffler was sold in 98K
    I saw 99 model powerplus being sold in 110K

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammarzahid View Post
    I saw 99 model powerplus being sold in 110K

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    The buyer must be dumb for buying it for 110k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khanthegr8 View Post
    in honda case is different, old stock is 2.5K higher than new model "" when E2 was launched at price of 95K in 22may 2012 then non E2 chrome muffler was sold in 98K
    maybe because in 2012 mechanic use to say "euro 2 flop hai" btw khan bhai has AHL removed oil drain nut in new cgs? the guy who changes the oil of my cg says that oil of new cgs can only be drained from oil filter side

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    maybe because in 2012 mechanic use to say "euro 2 flop hai" btw khan bhai has AHL removed oil drain nut in new cgs? the guy who changes the oil of my cg says that oil of new cgs can only be drained from oil filter side
    Cant really make out but i think it is there

    Allhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG125 power machine!! -1520311
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaudhary007 View Post
    Cant really make out but i think it is there

    Allhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG125 power machine!! -1520311
    this is oil filter cap the drain nut use be located on the bottom of engin

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    hathorra mistri jin ko kuch ata pata nahi hota, bilawaja awaam mein misconceptions phailatay rehtay hain, non euro thek tha etc etc....
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    hathorra mistri jin ko kuch ata pata nahi hota, bilawaja awaam mein misconceptions phailatay rehtay hain, non euro thek tha etc etc....
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    btw khan bhai has AHL removed oil drain nut in new cgs? the guy who changes the oil of my cg says that oil of new cgs can only be drained from oil filter side


    par yeh toh had hogaye from "Hathorha Mistiri"

    AHl ne new cg mein oil drain bolt nahein diya oil filter se drain hoga

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    ab andaza lagao ye hathorra mistri apni poor knowledge/training ki base pe kya kaam karay ga bike ka? i guess ye mistri E2 CG's ke oil filter say hi nikalta hoga
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    maybe because in 2012 mechanic use to say "euro 2 flop hai" btw khan bhai has AHL removed oil drain nut in new cgs? the guy who changes the oil of my cg says that oil of new cgs can only be drained from oil filter side
    My non-euro cg-125 2010 also has no oil drain plug, so the oil can only be drained from the oil filter side. It was present in older models but I don't know up till when and when they stopped giving it. It was a nice thing but engineers know the reason better for discontinuing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bike_junky View Post
    My non-euro cg-125 2010 also has no oil drain plug, so the oil can only be drained from the oil filter side. It was present in older models but I don't know up till when and when they stopped giving it. It was a nice thing but engineers know the reason better for discontinuing it.
    What the... no oil drain plug?!?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammarzahid View Post
    What the... no oil drain plug?!?!?!

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    yes. I miss that feature as it was also present in my yb-100. I think gs-150 also has it under the crankcase. Check out this from Haynes manual as its also not present in Brazilian cg125.

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    Routine maintenance: changing the engine oil - CG125(BR)-K model
    Unlike previous models, the BR-K does not have an engine
    oil drain plug in the crankcase. Instead, the engine oil is drained
    by removing the large hexagon-headed cap which houses the
    oil filter gauze."

    Here is pic of oil drain plug that is not in our cg-125
    Allhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG125 power machine!! -1520732

    so oil is drained from here

    Allhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG125 power machine!! -1520734

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    Quote Originally Posted by bike_junky View Post
    yes. I miss that feature as it was also present in my yb-100. I think gs-150 also has it under the crankcase. Check out this from Haynes manual as its also not present in Brazilian cg125.

    "
    Routine maintenance: changing the engine oil - CG125(BR)-K model
    Unlike previous models, the BR-K does not have an engine
    oil drain plug in the crankcase. Instead, the engine oil is drained
    by removing the large hexagon-headed cap which houses the
    oil filter gauze."

    Here is pic of oil drain plug that is not in our cg-125
    Allhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG125 power machine!! -1520732

    so oil is drained from here

    Allhamdulilah Bought new Honda CG125 power machine!! -1520734
    The reason for closing that drain nut could be that people may used to be careless regarding the oil filter and now they are bound to check oil filter, this could be better for the engine life.

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    Very very ugly design or maybe i used to see harlydavidson motorcycles everyday that's why it looks ugly to me.... Anyways good luck on new bike drive safe

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2468 View Post
    The reason for closing that drain nut could be that people may used to be careless regarding the oil filter and now they are bound to check oil filter, this could be better for the engine life.
    the guy who changes the oil of my cg drains oil from drain nut becoz using oil filter side is not that efficient to drain oil once he showed be my draining the oil from oil filter side then is opened drain nut and a lil quantity of oil came out so basically AHL is forcing consumer to clean oil filter and let of dirty of oil mix with fresh oil it just an cost saving thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    the guy who changes the oil of my cg drains oil from drain nut becoz using oil filter side is not that efficient to drain oil once he showed be my draining the oil from oil filter side then is opened drain nut and a lil quantity of oil came out so basically AHL is forcing consumer to clean oil filter and let of dirty of oil mix with fresh oil it just an cost saving thing
    So would you recommend a DIY to make a drain hole with nut at bottom to get rid of all the dirty oil

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2468 View Post
    So would you recommend a DIY to make a drain hole with nut at bottom to get rid of all the dirty oil
    no I will not recommend any thing like this someone can damage his crankcase while doing such things I have heard of that some oil shops use compressed for car oil change try going to such shop for oil change

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    this is oil filter cap the drain nut use be located on the bottom of engin
    Quote Originally Posted by bike_junky View Post
    My non-euro cg-125 2010 also has no oil drain plug, so the oil can only be drained from the oil filter side. It was present in older models but I don't know up till when and when they stopped giving it. It was a nice thing but engineers know the reason better for discontinuing it.
    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    the guy who changes the oil of my cg drains oil from drain nut becoz using oil filter side is not that efficient to drain oil once he showed be my draining the oil from oil filter side then is opened drain nut and a lil quantity of oil came out so basically AHL is forcing consumer to clean oil filter and let of dirty of oil mix with fresh oil it just an cost saving thing
    Brethren, that "IS" the Oil Drain for CG125 now. CD70 still has a drain 'nut' separate on the bottom.

    It works just fine. Make sure to warm up the engine before draining the oil. It'll be easier for oil to come out. Also you can Tilt the bike while draining, to help extract the remains.
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