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    Thumbs up My new Hero Prince 125 - 2015

    Alhamdullilah I am now owner of 2015 Hero Prince 125.
    Previously, I have used GS-150 (still in use with my family) and Ravi Piaggio. I sold RP due to financial issues which came all of a sudden but when I recovered, I thought I should try something different this time.
    This bike Hero Prince has chopper style shape and I have been a fan of this shape (it is just like Suzuki GN125/250) and this is why I got Suzuki GS-150 in the first place. This is going to be total different experience.
    Regarding parts quality - it is too soon to say about it. It is quite ok being a Pak/Chinese bike (factory in Hyderabad, Sindh). During first ride, I noticed three things - the rider's seating position, front meter/speedometer and the seat itself. All 3 are awesome. The seat is just like a sofa and the meter is so much accurate. The needles are very much static (no hilna julna like we feel in other bikes).

    125cc OHV air cooled with Euro II - nothing special
    Alloy Wheels
    5 FF gears
    Self start
    Gear Indicator
    18 inch Front rim 1.6x18 with 2.75/18 tyre
    16 inch rear rim with 110/90 fat tyre
    Disk brake (front)
    Excellent seat - super soft just like a sofa
    Good comfortable riding position for rider
    Right and left assemblies (accelerator, engine kill switch, indiactor on/off, headlight on/off) are not very cool - I will change them sometime.
    Front shocks are not very soft - may get softer possibly after running few 100 kms (just my assumption)

    My new Hero Prince 125  2015 -1580934

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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    is it using same carb as that of cg ?
    wasnt it oil cooled ?
    i think i saw oil radiator in them ?
    That was another Chinese chopper yingang pak hero 125
    My new Hero Prince 125 - 2015 - 393381d1334119665 yingang pakhero 125 motor byc 1

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    Also can you share some of the inscriptios on the bike (wheels ?frame ? engine (near chain chian sprocket ). etc
    they should give an idea of who is the manafacturer of this in china to assess its quality ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    Also can you share some of the inscriptios on the bike (wheels ?frame ? engine (near chain chian sprocket ). etc
    they should give an idea of who is the manafacturer of this in china to assess its quality ?
    Frame is ditto copy of Suzuki gn 125/250/250 (not confirmed through read it somewhere over internet) engine is replica of CG 125 with 5 gear transmission front and rear alloy/tyres are of same size as of cg

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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    is it using same carb as that of cg ?
    wasnt it oil cooled ?
    i think i saw oil radiator in them ?
    It has PZ26 carb... it is air cooled.. wo Pak hero bike thi jis pe aapne radiator dekha hoga.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    Frame is ditto copy of Suzuki gn 125/250/250 (not confirmed through read it somewhere over internet) engine is replica of CG 125 with 5 gear transmission front and rear alloy/tyres are of same size as of cg
    Wrong about tyre/alloy size. Front is same as CG which is 18 inch - rear is 16 inch (cg has 17 inch rear rim)

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    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    Also can you share some of the inscriptios on the bike (wheels ?frame ? engine (near chain chian sprocket ). etc
    they should give an idea of who is the manafacturer of this in china to assess its quality ?
    I will take a closer look while cleaning sometime and will let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umerchaudhary View Post
    MASHALLAH nice bike big fat. Bro Bike is Beautiful bus zra iskay yeh lambee zuban walay mudflap utar dena for more good look.
    Hahaha... haan those flaps are real ugly

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    -------Gear indicator--------
    My new Hero Prince 125  2015 -1580925


    The make of rim is comsung -
    My new Hero Prince 125  2015 -1580926

    -----Front rim is 1.6x18------
    My new Hero Prince 125  2015 -1580927


    ------There are some detailing-------
    My new Hero Prince 125  2015 -1580928

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    What are the making in engine. They are normally on left side of engine case Judy beneath the sprocket/gear lever

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    MashAllah bike k sath profile bhi change ... ;D
    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
    MashAllah bike k sath profile bhi change ... ;D
    yes
    ID change hi nahi hota

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    16" rear wheel is a big plus in any bike, it feels more in control !

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    How's the engine?
    Is it vibrating type like CG, or smoother type like GS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by c123pk View Post
    16" rear wheel is a big plus in any bike, it feels more in control !
    Not to mention, smaller rear wheel (along with the caster angle of front forks) makes the bike more agile to cut corners or traffic.
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    How's the engine?
    Is it vibrating type like CG, or smoother type like GS?
    It is OHV so it means it will vibrate at some point but abhi tu 40-50 ki speed pe chal rahi hai aajkal - but 40-50 tak bohat smooth chalti hai.

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    Its basically the same engine as a CG125 so yeah, its going to vibrate. And it does. People who have ridden a CG125, will know this in an instant; others may take some time.
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    I want to paint the mud guards from inside, see its raining now-a-days and I want to protect them from rusting.
    Suggestions please?
    Which paint to use? What type and any brand or company name anyone has please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akhan911 View Post
    I want to paint the mud guards from inside, see its raining now-a-days and I want to protect them from rusting.
    Suggestions please?
    Which paint to use? What type and any brand or company name anyone has please?
    Most mechanics suggests 7cf spray paint.

    No idea if it works or there is some other good type of paint

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    Ok, thanks. I must go out and see what we can get from market..

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    very bad paint bro... it rips of in first wash.... Liquid Tarkool is availble in Qurter box for arond 150 and covers both mud gaurds from inside... and its the best solution

    Quote Originally Posted by asjdsm View Post
    Most mechanics suggests 7cf spray paint.

    No idea if it works or there is some other good type of paint
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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