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    Default CD175 Restore Project

    I tried to find an CD200 for my restoration project

    after some search i got CD 175 instead of CD200

    and thought to restore it as some people say that CD175 is better than road master

    so bought the 175 and restoration project is on the way


    i request you to please give some feedback and valuable consultancy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    wow - you dont like your money?

    such kind of work always becomes a money pit - unless you are involved in the nitty gritty of it with at least 75% input.

    e.g. you said you found the crank bearing in used parts - but you never said how was the crank balanced or were the casings trued or what materials are being used to assemble the engine.

    You just wrote - mechanic engine bana raha hai - this (for me) translates as useless overhaul.
    @Xulfiqar

    Sir purpose of writing here is to take advice from seniors and experts and who is more expert than you here??

    so please guide me

    as i already told that i knew only how to change oil and air filter before this project

    please guide me

    consider me as you shagird and guide me boss

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    my advice to anyone doing this is to first do it on very very simple scale. e.g. you opted for a machine whose parts are scarce, that is a wrong move - get a common machine like a cd70 and then set about getting it to 100% factory specification.

    During that exercise you will pick up nuggets of experience and information e.g. how to correctly wire up systems or how to handle assembly techniques. This arms you with a wealth of information (you can even take notes on it)

    e.g. sealing up a motorcycle crankcase is usually done with philips screws in Pakistan, IMO they are useless - get proper allen head screws that you can torque down properly, make some thread cleaners with old screws so your engine casings get evenly tightened. Similarly learn on the principles of sealing/locking threads and engine sealants (there are differnt for different jobs in the market)

    during all this you will also learn about different forms of lubricants and even speciality ones (e.g. engine assembly lube).

    you should also read the service manual to the dot and then question the logic of why its specified in a certain way and why not the "ustaad" or "lathe machine walay ustaad" way.





    e.g. you wrote that you had stuff chrome plated for a measly Rs 6000/- I can guarantee you thats just a flash dip and that coating will rust away or peel off in a few months only. The proper way to chrome is quite expensive but is definitely worth it. (such experience is gathered by doing such work with your own two hands)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    my advice to anyone doing this is to first do it on very very simple scale. e.g. you opted for a machine whose parts are scarce, that is a wrong move - get a common machine like a cd70 and then set about getting it to 100% factory specification.
    @Xulfiqar

    Sure sir i am searching a honda CD70 in price tag of 15 -18k

    so it will need its engine to be restored


    and inshaa ALLAH will get that bike soon and project will start soon under your guidance

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    u can find a china 70 in 5~8k and restore it with pimped up head+Cylender+crank (125cc or more) and learn while making it too..

    Quote Originally Posted by aliarshad26 View Post
    @Xulfiqar

    Sure sir i am searching a honda CD70 in price tag of 15 -18k

    so it will need its engine to be restored


    and inshaa ALLAH will get that bike soon and project will start soon under your guidance
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    u can find a china 70 in 5~8k and restore it with pimped up head+Cylender+crank (125cc or more) and learn while making it too..
    @vickytulla,

    Sure Bro

    now search is on

    inshaa ALLAH tomorrow i am going to market and also ask some mechanics if they have some troublesome CD70 bike for sale in their view???????



    But i failed to get your point

    "restore it with pimped up head+Cylender+crank (125cc or more)"

    you mean to say that we may use Head +cylinder + Crank of 125 in Chinese 70??

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliarshad26 View Post
    @vickytulla,

    Sure Bro

    now search is on

    inshaa ALLAH tomorrow i am going to market and also ask some mechanics if they have some troublesome CD70 bike for sale in their view???????



    But i failed to get your point

    "restore it with pimped up head+Cylender+crank (125cc or more)"

    you mean to say that we may use Head +cylinder + Crank of 125 in Chinese 70??
    There is no replacement (means more cc) for displacement when it comes to performance.


    Bro search for some alteration threads on pw here to get an idea.
    Search from my started threads, fc, vickytulla..

    Basically a 78cc cylinder bike is 85cc in reality and it can be further souped up to 110cc by just replacing above mentioned parts.

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    My CD175 getting shape slowly slowly

    you may also see another CD200 getting ready and another CD185 in dead condition outside shop
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    Electrician work completed

    just few settings of mechanic are remaining

    hope i will get bike tomorrow

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    Did yr electrician rewinded magnet coil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by archon2001 View Post
    Did yr electrician rewinded magnet coil?

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    That was in good working condition

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    can you send images of the Wiring, yani k front Headlight se ley kar Condenser tak then Battery Compartment then back tak?
    HONDA CG125 (1992) - HONDA CG125(1990) (CAFE RACER) - HONDA CD175(1977) - HONDA S110(1977) (Under Restoration)

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    CD175 got final shape

    and for first day i drove the bike nearly 20kms
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    Quote Originally Posted by aliarshad26 View Post
    CD175 got final shape

    and for first day i drove the bike nearly 20kms
    Masha'ALLAH !
    the Bike is looking EXCELLENT !
    HONDA CG125 (1992) - HONDA CG125(1990) (CAFE RACER) - HONDA CD175(1977) - HONDA S110(1977) (Under Restoration)

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    About 20 years back I own 175. I think 185 and 200 are better in pick an pow

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    Quote Originally Posted by roonjha View Post
    About 20 years back I own 175. I think 185 and 200 are better in pick an pow

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    you are the only one who said this

    rest all of my friends here on pakwheels

    however in which terms you said this

    i mean you might have feel so please share with us

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    Dear aliarshad26, can you share the total cost break-up for the project?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeshanaslam View Post
    Dear aliarshad26, can you share the total cost break-up for the project?

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    bike cost 30K

    paint cost 9K

    nickel cost 6K

    Wheel utar k spokes utarey phir lagai for Nickel 300

    Crank 0 per 3K
    Rocker Genuine 2K
    Cam Genuine 3K

    mechanic charges 12K

    different parts 5K

    kharaaadiya 2K

    seat repair (including welding of metal and
    seat tiyari ) 2k

    Battery + Electrician 3K

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    bike tyar ho gya ?

    How is its perforamance ?

    Final looks ?


    I hope it turns out to be good ??

    Quote Originally Posted by aliarshad26 View Post
    bike cost 30K

    paint cost 9K

    nickel cost 6K

    Wheel utar k spokes utarey phir lagai for Nickel 300

    Crank 0 per 3K
    Rocker Genuine 2K
    Cam Genuine 3K

    mechanic charges 12K

    different parts 5K

    kharaaadiya 2K

    seat repair (including welding of metal and
    seat tiyari ) 2k

    Battery + Electrician 3K
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    bike tyar ho gya ?

    How is its perforamance ?

    Final looks ?


    I hope it turns out to be good ??
    @vickytulla

    Vicky bhai bike is nearly ready

    a little bit issue of current coil was creating problem as bike was taking jerks

    so bought a Coure Current coil with two points and handed over to electrician and right now i am coming from there

    there is also problem in Carburetor

    as bike is being over

    what you will suggest me??

    to get the carburetor repaired or to install new 125 carburetor ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliarshad26 View Post
    @vickytulla

    Vicky bhai bike is nearly ready

    a little bit issue of current coil was creating problem as bike was taking jerks

    so bought a Coure Current coil with two points and handed over to electrician and right now i am coming from there

    there is also problem in Carburetor

    as bike is being over

    what you will suggest me??

    to get the carburetor repaired or to install new 125 carburetor ???

    replace the needle valve and adjust the float correctly.
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