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    Question Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio

    WHAT IS THE BIGGEST TYRE YOU CAN INSTALL ON CD70, CG125, GS150 AND PIAGGIO

    Installing wider tyres not only enhances the look of your motorcycle but also radically increases grip, handling and braking. I wonder what are the biggest possible tyres you can fit with no or minor modifications on popular motorcycles.


    Share your experiences, recommendations and Pictures.

    Following are the stock tyre sizes:

    Model Front Tyre Size Rear Tyre Size
    Honda CD-70 2.25 - 17 2.50 - 17
    Honda Pridor 2.50 - 18 2.75 - 18
    Suzuki Raider 110 2.50 - 18 2.75 - 18
    Suzuki Sprinter 110 2.50 - 18 2.75 - 18
    Honda CG-125 2.50 - 18 3.00 - 17
    Honda Deluxe 125 2.75 - 18 90/90R18
    Suzuki GS-150 2.75 - 18 3.00 - 18
    Ravi Piaggio Storm 125 2.75 - 18 3.50 - 18


    BIGGEST TYRE on CD70 CG125 GS150 and Piaggio -1108169


    What Should one Keep in Mind when he plans to install bigger, wider tyres?

    What are the critical Measurements he can take before one buys bigger tyres?
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    2.75-18 is the front tyre of GS150, while rear stock isn't 3.50, it is 3.00-18.
    Even piaggio isn't coming with 3.50-18 anymore, it is 90/90-18 or 3.25 now
    and where is Deluxe????

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    Bro you forgot 100cc category bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    2.75-18 is the front tyre of GS150, while rear stock isn't 3.50, it is 3.00-18.
    Even piaggio isn't coming with 3.50-18 anymore, it is 90/90-18 or 3.25 now
    and where is Deluxe????
    Duly noted and Corrected. Shukariya sir jee!
    DYL Official website is down so I havent added them... will add their tyre sizes when the website would be UP again.
    All my sources are official brochures and official websites.
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    R1...you installed the same tyre size in ur CG as the deluxe has i.e 90/90R18.
    As mentioned in your thread you faced no clearance issues even when riding pillion.
    What do you suggest.....how far can you increase the tyre size in a CG?

    BTW ur CG looks awesome.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Bro you forgot 100cc category bikes
    Didnt forget.......... cannot gather info....website is down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aximaxim View Post
    R1...you installed the same tyre size in ur CG as the deluxe has i.e 90/90R18.
    As mentioned in your thread you faced no clearance issues even when riding pillion.
    What do you suggest.....how far can you increase the tyre size in a CG?

    BTW ur CG looks awesome.....
    Overall height was increased and 90/90 18 gives superb grip and enhance braking and in pillion i done 90kms/hr on my CG but it really sucks when comes to off road. My CG has done 30k kms so far and almost 25k done over mountains and ruff'n'tuff terrains.
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    If you going to install bigger tyre in your bike for just highways then i would recommend you for braking and extra road grip but if you are an off roader just like me then "NO"
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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    If you going to install bigger tyre in your bike for just highways then i would recommend you for braking and extra road grip but if you are an off roader just like me then "NO"
    aren't there bigger imported tyres in 17inch rim size???

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    During High Altitude Off Road stock tyre gives high acceleration and better performance. Check few shots:

    Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio - 7782662698 f3c8235739 b
    SAM_0227 by Xulfikar, on Flickr

    Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio - 7855682086 118119cc0f b
    P1000209 by Xulfikar, on Flickr

    Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio - 7855605644 ea95db973c b
    P1000221 by Xulfikar, on Flickr

    Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio - 7855179380 e08ded1927 b
    P1000191 by Xulfikar, on Flickr
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    Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio - 7856093128 fef5d3e18f b
    P1000453 by Xulfikar, on Flickr

    Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio - 7856098028 435de0b17b b
    P1000454 by Xulfikar, on Flickr

    Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio - 7981898189 945f4078fc b
    SAM_0790 by Xulfikar, on Flickr

    Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio - 7981907669 09185f016c b
    SAM_0840 by Xulfikar, on Flickr

    Biggest tyre on CD-70, CG-125, GS-150 and Piaggio - 7979319158 eecbbc808e b
    SAM_0847 by Xulfikar, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    aren't there bigger imported tyres in 17inch rim size???
    How can you fix big size tyre in 17" rim size?
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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    How can you fix big size tyre in 17" rim size?
    similarly as i fixed a 3.50 in stock rim of GS150

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    I haven't found any like this for my bike, but again big tyre will put extra pressure on engine in result acceleration, pick and performance will reduce.
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    that is so very true for acceleration....

    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    I haven't found any like this for my bike, but again big tyre will put extra pressure on engine in result acceleration, pick and performance will reduce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    that is so very true for acceleration....
    Actually I currently have a Chonda 78cc...... Its starts to get unstable after it passes 75 - 80km/hr....So if I install a wider tyre it will make it safer.

    Same was the case with my CG......it too got was unstable over 80-90km/hr....Wider tyres can make the bike safer.

    And currently I'am planning to install a fat 130mm or 140mm wide rear tyre on CD175 Frame....Basically to make it safer.
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    after wider tire 78cc wi not cross 80km/hr, 125cc will not cross 90km/hr is lehaaz se u r safe


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    Quote Originally Posted by aximaxim View Post
    Actually I currently have a Chonda 78cc...... Its starts to get unstable after it passes 75 - 80km/hr....So if I install a wider tyre it will make it safer.

    Same was the case with my CG......it too got was unstable over 80-90km/hr....Wider tyres can make the bike safer.

    And currently I'am planning to install a fat 130mm or 140mm wide rear tyre on CD175 Frame....Basically to make it safer.
    This unstability is more due to the bike weight instead of thin tyres.
    Try riding a Junoon at 80km/h and compare it with your chonda. Junoon also has 2.50 at the rear. Chonda is simply not designed for that speed, and it may hurt CG fans but even CG is not designed for 100km/h speed, try riding piaggio/GS at 100km/h and see difference.
    Due to ultralight weight of CG, you get superior acceleration, but eveything comes at a price, you loose stability at high speeds.
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    Aximaxim Bro the size of Pridor Front & Rear is 2.75-18

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