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    Default Old cg 125, gear ratio changes, what to do?

    Hello people. i own a cg 125 2005.

    i had recently changed the clutch plates and straight out of the garage, is seemed to run fine.

    the problem started from next day, i noticed the gear ratio has changed. for example for 2nd gear, i used to get the end of gear RRRRRRRR sound on like 30/35 kph, now it starts revving on around 20 kph. so while on the first day , i could get like 50-55 kph on 4th gear, now im getting around 40.

    is it the clutch plate or something else. please help me out guys! TIA


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    ASSALAM-O-ALAIKUM
    What's the condition of your bike's engine and carb?
    Clutch plates can't cause this problem until they are worn-out.
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    walaikum assalam.
    the bike engine is in avarage condition, so is the carb. recently i overhauled the carb myself following the manual. it seems to work better than before now.
    There is no chance of clutch plates worning out, i changed them 2 days ago.

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