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    Hello,
    My bike is leaning towards right side when hands are off. I did not realize it before few days ago when just for fun i took my both hands off for a few seconds and my bike was leaning to right side. This seems like bike is heavy on one side but if i ride it normally i don't even notice anything unbalance.
    I checked and corrected the rear wheel alignment but that didn't solve the issue.

    What could be the causes other than that ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassan_123 View Post
    Bro did you try doing it on a different road?? i also own a new model Cg but did not face any such issue..this might be a case of an unbalanced road..
    Yes brother it is tried and tested on different roads. Also the other bike cd70, my cousin was riding on same road did not have this issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassan_123 View Post
    1.Check tyre pressure and fill it according to the recommended air pressure in bike's manual..
    2.Take your bike to any "rim through wala" and get your front rim checked..
    3.Get your tyre checked from a tyre shop not a petrol pump puncture shop..
    4.Get your handle Checked..
    5.Check the issue 3,4 times on different roads..
    Thanks for helping.

    1. Tyre pressure is according to manufacturers recommended.
    2. I had rim wires fixed by a rim wala recently. And i think he would have fixed any rim issue if there was any, although im not sure.
    3. Will do this soon
    4..it doesn't seem handle alignment issue but i will have it checked.
    5. As i mentioned in previous post. Tried on different roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimzb View Post
    But how can i check a single shock stiffness while both are fixed to body.

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    Grip your bike Handel lift you bike and slam it on floor the amount of jerk felt by your Handel will give you good idea about stiffness of both shocks

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    It baffles me to see that people just don't take 'alignment issues' with their (or others) bike seriously and mostly consider it 'weham' and let it go. My CG125 has been suffering from this alignment issues since, i don't know, 4 years now (bike is with me since almost 6 years). I have tried:
    - Visiting countless denters
    - Changing 5 Stem Steerings (the metal frame holding the front forks)
    - Got the frame checked.

    NOTHING worked.

    So basically if your new bike is facing this issue, then don't turn a blind eye. Because its only going to get worse after that.

    Go to the dealership, and ask them to open up the front end. When they take out the stem steering, this thing, get its alignment checked by spinning it in a kharaad machine. (DO NOT let them inspect it with a blind eye).

    If it feels slightly bent, just change it. It costs just Rs.650. DO NOT let them straighten it out with a hammer.
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    U said changing stem steering 5 times but it did not work, so how should mine causing this issue?



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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    Grip your bike Handel lift you bike and slam it on floor the amount of jerk felt by your Handel will give you good idea about stiffness of both shocks
    It seems OK

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    @asimzb

    Brother i have a lot of experience of driving bike while leaving hands, coming down from fly over and i cross speed brakers, and even i

    take little bit slow turns while leaving hands.


    i think you go to empty road, and try driving bike leaving hands, and at that time please notice your sitting position and your balance and especially your legs

    try to keep them equal on both sides

    this will resolve the issue, i think so

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimzb View Post
    U said changing stem steering 5 times but it did not work, so how should mine causing this issue?
    What i meant was, that i changed stem steering 5 times. Even though it solved the issue for a few weeks, but after that it would become just like before.

    Your case needn't necessarily be as bad as mine, but you should get it checked since its a new bike. Don't bother explaining the issue to them because they WILL blame it on your 'weham'.
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    I went to Honda (antenna) mechanics for first free tuning and also told them about this problem, one of their mechanic said "don't drive with hand off we (honda) don't deal with this kind of balancing situations" i told another mechanic their and he drove my bike and said its nothing any issue, then he loosen the big handle nut and i tried again but problem is still there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimzb View Post
    Hello,
    My bike is leaning towards right side when hands are off. I did not realize it before few days ago when just for fun i took my both hands off for a few seconds and my bike was leaning to right side. This seems like bike is heavy on one side but if i ride it normally i don't even notice anything unbalance.
    I checked and corrected the rear wheel alignment but that didn't solve the issue.

    What could be the causes other than that ??

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    Better to sell your bike and buy a rickshaw. That is much safer option. You don't worth riding bike if you have this habit of putting your hands off its handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    Better to sell your bike and buy a rickshaw. That is much safer option. You don't worth riding bike if you have this habit of putting your hands off its handle.
    Don't u understand English??
    U better read my original post again. I did not say its my habit. When u buy a new bike, u expect it to be in perfect balance otherwise i would have bought a used bike. Its not about taking hands off, its about bike is biased towards one side which is not a good sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimzb View Post
    Don't u understand English??
    U better read my original post again. I did not say its my habit. When u buy a new bike, u expect it to be in perfect balance otherwise i would have bought a used bike. Its not about taking hands off, its about bike is biased towards one side which is not a good sign.

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    Why are you even trying that. And don't cry loud.

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    You won't fall if you don't leave its handle. But the way you are trying to test it, I hope you will fall and die.

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    I guess u don't know anything about bikes and cant help here. So u should better be quit rather than posting useless comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimzb View Post
    I guess u don't know anything about bikes and cant help here. So u should better be quit rather than posting useless comments.

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    I own bike too. And I am a serious guy who hate stunts on roads. My bike also has got this handle tilting problem. Tested it once just like you. But never bothered do it again. I don't care if it auto tilts. I never let its handle go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    I own bike too. And I am a serious guy who hate stunts on roads. My bike also has got this handle tilting problem. Tested it once just like you. But never bothered do it again. I don't care if it auto tilts. I never let its handle go.
    ch.talal you need to down your aggression and temperature like you
    posted in this post why are temps so high even in cold winter

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    is not stunt man he is just a bit confused regarding some issue
    he already in thread has said he don't do stunts but just to check he did
    this and i will also not consider it an issue if there is no problem while
    bikes riding

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    Exactly .

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