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    Asalam-o-Alaykum,

    Yesterday, I went to university road showroom of suzuki and have been told that Suzuki's GS150 and GS125 new models with discount of 9000 rs on GS125 and 6800 on GS150 will be arriving in a day or two with improved features of;

    1. Crystal headlight.
    2. Changed backlight.
    3. Changed feul tank design.
    4. Revised CDI archetecture.

    I tried to confirm it with other suzuki showroom on Akbar road and they say that they have no information on this and they are still selling old model (he mentioned word "old"). May be they are trying to get rid of the stock at hand first...

    I believe that University road showroom was telling truth as he showed me the company's notification of the price of the bike and their comissions.. he said that he would have let me have it but he has just got it and will be sending someone to make copies of this.

    So if any of u guys can confirm any news on this i would really apreciate it.. thanks.

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    dear do u hv pic of cdi unit of gs150 i want to buy coz pehle meri gs150 me yamaha 4 stroke ka unit laga hua hai
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    h1 align=center"Suzuki GS125 & GS150 New Model - CG12520SMALL/h1
    For over 25 years since its first introduction in 1976, Honda's compact, rugged and always reliable CG125 has steadfastly won the world's respect and admiration as one of the greatest all-round transporters, commuters and fun bikes in the compact 125cc class. A bike that gets the job done without fuss and bother, running reliably for years on end while requiring a bare minimum of care and maintenance. From west to east and north to south, on every continent of the world, the Honda CG125 has been a powerful force in putting the world on wheels.


    Eschewing exotic styling and gaudy displays of flashy bits in favour of basic solid performance and design, the CG125 has always provided the fundamental necessities sought in a good, low-cost motorcycle. Those being strong, versatile performance, ample riding comfort and convenience and-above all-bulletproof reliability no matter what roads it's called upon to travel. So, it comes as little surprise that in virtually any long-term evaluation to be found, in any language and however the points are given, the CG125 always comes out on top with high marks for lasting quality and long-term satisfaction.


    In fact, the CG125's low cost and durability have also made it a popular vehicle for use in riding schools, where its compact proportions and easy, forgiving operation instil new learner riders with a much needed feeling of confidence in their abilities early in their training, while injecting a large dose of fun into their introduction to the exhilarating joys of the sport.


    One of the motorcycling world's best-kept secrets is the fact that the CG125 is also quite a powerful and quick-performing riding machine for its displacement class, and even experienced riders are often unexpectedly surprised by its peppy acceleration and agile, sure-footed handling. And what it may lack in top speed and power it more than makes up for in economy, dependability and sheer indomitable spirit. Still, for all its many points of merit, it's been many years since the venerable CG125 has seen much more than cosmetic changes, and while the years have certainly proved that there was little wrong with the CG in its current configuration, a significant upgrade of the features it has on offer was long overdue.


    Compiling a list of user comments and requests gleaned over the years, Honda's CG125 development team set about bringing this well-loved small standard into the modern age with a choice selection of improvements to its performance and ease of use that would serve to greatly enhance its perceived value, while maintaining its strong appeal as one of the best all-round small bikes on the planet.

    h4Development Concept/h4

    With its attractions of low cost and easy operation, the CG125 has always been targeted mainly toward entry riders and urban commuters, although its charms has been much more widely accepted by riders of all ages and tastes looking for a light and entertaining motorcycle, either as a second bike or as their primary mode of transportation. Still, the CG has noticeably lacked a few features that have become synonymous with 'real' motorcycles, and this absence has left this sturdy and dependable little bike looking somehow incomplete compared to its stable mates. Primary among these shortcomings have been its lack of both a convenient starter motor and a more powerful front disc brake, and these were the first things focused on in its new redesign.


    For its new 2004 iteration, the new CG125 was first outfitted with an all-new electric starter which extends one-touch starting ease to this popular machine and totally eliminates its earlier kickstart lever. It was also given a lightweight and responsive new hydraulic front disc brake for the stronger and more confident braking control that many riders have asked for.


    Engine performance was also re-examined, and the CG not only receives improvements to its overall starting ease accompanied by smoother operation over a wider range of running conditions, but also a small boost in its range of useable power. Emissions levels were also carefully monitored and brought well within compliance with current EURO-2 regulations to ensure easy adaptability to all European pollution controls, as well as cleaner, more environmentally friendly operation that will win friends everywhere.


    Of course, styling is another big attraction in a new motorcycle, and the new CG125 leaps to the head of its class with eye-catching new lines and quality details that combine to give it a crisp, modern look that's right at home wherever it's ridden or parked. All these improvements add up to a much more complete and fully featured motorcycle that will surely attract even more riders, new and old, to the CG125's friendly offering of riding enjoyment, and guarantee many years of reliable fun and satisfaction ahead.

    h4Styling/h4

    Visible at first glance, the new CG125 projects a much sleeker and more modern form than its most recent predecessor, with well-considered design touches added to give it a more impressive feel of quality and 'real motorcycle' fit and finish. Still the same slim and always friendly lightweight, the new CG features more cleanly integrated lines, which flow back from the bulge of its new fuel tank to the angled edges of its sidecovers and on to the knife-edge tip of its tail cowl in a sleek assembly of attractive curves.


    Taking styling cues from several of the larger machines in Honda's streetbike lineup, the new CG is also built for comfort, with 16mm taller handlebars complementing its modestly stepped tandem seat to provide a more upright and natural riding position that enhances riding ease and remains comfortable for long riding hours on end.


    The CG125's new fuel tank features a sleeker and sharper 'aero' profile that blends into the shape of its new seat for a smooth, unified look and enhanced riding comfort. The fuel tank's larger capacity (up from 12.8 to 13.5 litres) also extends the CG's touring range for longer days of riding fun between fill-ups. The front of the seat now wraps around the rear of the fuel tank to further enhance riding comfort and rider manoeuvrability.


    Pillion passenger comfort on the CG125 hasn't been overlooked either. The broad rear pillion section of the seat is surrounded on either side by conveniently positioned steel tube grab rails, and the CG's pillion passenger foot pegs, once attached to the swingarm on earlier versions, are now mounted on attractive cast aluminium brackets for a big boost in passenger riding comfort, not to mention a higher grade of overall fit and finish.


    A larger-diameter round headlight and more compact, modern-looking indicators emphasise the CG125's ties to the larger machines in the Honda lineup while providing a well-lit view of the night-time road ahead. At the rear, a brilliant new multi-reflector taillight is cleanly integrated into the attractive knife-edge lines of its new tail, providing both an attention-getting display for other road users and a further visual contribution to its stronger and more convincing 'real motorcycle' looks.

    h4Colouring Concept/h4

    The new CG125 takes to the streets of Europe and beyond in three attractive new colour variations that accentuate its attractive new lines with the deep sheen of quality and style. Leading the way is a brightly shimmering metallic silver that complements the chrome, silver and black of the CG's engine and chassis to present a boldly modern visage.


    Other colours include a vivid pearlescent blue, which projects a lively and sporty image of riding fun, and a deep pearlescent red that exudes a more stately and mature look of understated quality.


    Colours

    • Force Silver Metallic/li
    • Pearl Twister Blue/li
    • Pearl Carnival Red/li

    1. h4Engine/h4

      The CG125's rugged and reliable air-cooled overhead valve single cylinder engine has certainly proven itself over years of use and countless roads travelled with unruffled ease and total rider confidence. Its simple, time-tested design has won lasting fame for providing generations of riders with easy operation and rock-solid dependability, not to mention little in the way of maintenance hassles and operating expenses. Even today, the CG's engine continues to be showered with praise by satisfied owners in magazines and internet user surveys in all the languages of Europe, with many owners bragging that their ten or even twenty year-old CG125 runs just as well today as the day they bought it.


      The new 2004 CG125 features essentially the same air-cooled OHV engine configuration and 5-speed transmission as before, but has received several additions that increase not only its operating ease, but also its overall performance. A detailed examination of the engine's power characteristics and adjustments to its carburation helped achieve a slightly stronger, more responsive and more widely useable range of performance, while other detailed modifications build on this engine's well-established strength and reliability.

      h4New Push-Button Electric Starter/h4

      Already quick to start and easy to ride, the new CG125 now takes its operating ease a big step forward with the addition of the effortless convenience of one-touch electric starting. Now the simple push of a button and twist of the throttle is all it takes to bring the CG's engine to life. Even frigid cold-weather starts have been made swift and reliable with the addition of a battery-powered carburettor heater that switches on automatically at temperatures below 10� Celsius to prevent icing and its related effects on starting and operating performance. A new, larger-capacity Maintenance-Free battery provides plenty of juice for cranking over the engine, and a hot spark to get up and running quickly. Increased AC generator output (nearly doubled from 92 to 155W) ensures everything runs flawlessly while maintaining the battery at the peak of its charge. The elimination of the engine's kickstart mechanism also provides a cleaner, less cluttered look that almost invites one to make excuses to go places just for the pleasure of riding.

      h4High Efficiency for Low Emissions/h4

      The engine's inherently efficient 4-stroke overhead valve design keeps mileage high and emissions low. A new Air Suction Valve (ASV) ensures cleaner, more complete burning of exhaust gasses for a further contribution to the engine's low emissions. Exhaust feeds out of an attractive new chrome-plated exhaust system featuring a sharp megaphone-style silencer that provides an exhilarating note for maximised riding enjoyment.

      h4Chassis/h4

      The CG125's simple yet rugged diamond configuration frame has proven itself over the years by offering a solid base for swift, responsive handling and control. Bolted solidly into place between the front downtube and the swingarm pivot area, the CG's engine acts as a stressed member to enhance frame rigidity and assure crisply responsive handling performance. A slight adjustment in steering head angle results in a 6mm longer wheelbase than the current model, contributing to the CG's unruffled feeling of confident control at all speeds, whether nervous beginner or seasoned expert.

      h4Sure-Handling Suspension Components/h4

      The CG125's suspension has also won respect and admiration over the years for providing a reliably higher level of comfort and handling ease than often available in this class of road bikes. Its compliant 27mm hydraulic front fork provides responsive control and a smoothly assured ride in virtually all riding situations. Its 115mm of compliant, well-damped axle travel really soaks up the bumps, to keep handling easy and confident on even rough secondary roads. Under the sides of the seat, a rugged pair of conventional spring-loaded dampers soak up the bumps to ensure excellent comfort for one or two. Easy spring preload adjustments can be carried out with the CG's included tools, with five steps of adjustment to match a wide range of riding load requirements.

      h4New Front Disc Brake/h4

      The new CG125's front wheel is stopped by a responsive, new 240mm hydraulic disc brake featuring a compact single-piston calliper gripping a slim drilled rotor between its sintered metal pads. This lightweight new disc brake provide enhanced braking performance and confident control for both hectic city traffic and spirited country rides. At the rear, a smooth-operating 130mm leading/trailing shoe drum brake assures a confident balance of braking control for virtually all riding situations.


      The CG's standard-issue wire spoked wheels mount tube-type bias-ply tyres which offer an excellent combination of agile control and long wear for whatever type or riding it sets out to do.

      h4Equipment/h4

      Extra Security - The new CG125 now features a Neimann-style steering head lock which uses a separate key from the ignition to securely immobilise the front fork in a full-lock turned position that provides a rugged deterrent to potential joyriders and bike thieves. The new CG also features a new locking left-side sidecover, under which are securely concealed its strong and reliable Maintenance Free battery and handy toolkit. Convenience Features


      As before, the CG125 comes equipped with a host of features to make day-today operation easy and enjoyable. Such features include a set of bungee hooks for lashing down larger parcels to the rear section of the seat, a convenient helmet lock and, of course, its handy rear pillion grab rails.

      h4New Twin Dial Instrument Assembly/h4

      The new CG125 also features a sporty-looking new twin dial-look instrument panel, which replaces the square-shaped unit used on its earlier iterations. The instrument assembly's right-side dial contains all the indicator lights and a handy fuel gauge, which provides a much needed reminder of how much fuel remains in the tank, since the CG's miserly fuel economy can easily lead one to forget just when it was last filled.

      h4Specifications CG125 (ED-type)/h4

    • Engine Type - Air-cooled 4-stroke OHV single/li
    • Displacement - 124.1cm3/li
    • Bore x Stroke - 56.5 x 49.5mm/li
    • Compression Ratio - 9.5 : 1/li
    • Max. Power Output - 8.1kW/9,000min-1 (95/1/EC)/li
    • Max. Torque - 9.8Nm/7,000min-1 (95/1/EC)/li
    • Idling Speed - 1,400min-1/li
    • Oil Capacity - 1.1 litres/li
    • Fuel System, Carburation - 22mm piston-valve type carburettor/li
    • Aircleaner - Cartridge-type paper filter/li
    • Fuel Tank Capacity - 13.5 litres (including 2.3-litre reserve)/li
    • Ignition System - Capacitor Discharge (CDI)/li
    • Ignition Timing - 15� BTDC (idle) ~ 35� BTDC (5,000min-1)/li
    • Sparkplug Type - DPR8EA-9 (NGK); X24EPR-U9 (ND)/li
    • Starter - Electric/li
    • Battery Capacity - 12V/4AH, ACG Output 155W/li
    • Headlights - 12V 35W x 1 (low) / 35W x 1 (high)/li
    • Clutch - Wet, multiplate with coil springs/li
    • Clutch Operation - Mechanical; cable-actuated/li
    • Transmission Type - 5-speed constant mesh/li
    • Primary Reduction - 3.333 (60/18)/li
    • Gear Ratios - 1 - 2.769 (36/13), 2 - 1.722 (31/18), 3 - 1.273 (28/22), 4 - 1.042 (25/24), 5 - 0.885 (23/26)/li
    • Final Reduction - 3.214 (45/14)/li
    • Final Drive - Roller chain/li
    • Frame Type - Diamond; pressed steel/li
    • ]li]Chassis Dimensions - (LxWxH) 1,982 x 736 x 1,067mm /li
    • Wheelbase - 1,297mm/li
    • Caster Angle - 26� 30'/li
    • Trail - 89mm/li
    • Turning Radius - 1.9m/li
    • Seat Height -781mm/li
    • Ground Clearance - 173mm/li
    • Dry Weight - 114kg/li
    • Kerb Weight - 126kg (F: 55.4kg; R: 70.6kg)/li
    • Max. Carrying Capacity - 180kg/li
    • Loaded Weight - 266kg (F: 82kg; R: 184kg)/li
    • Suspension Type - Front 27mm telescopic fork, 115mm axle travel, Rear Dual dampers with 5-step adjustable spring preload, 80mm axle travel/li
    • Wheels Type - Steel rim/wire spoke, Rim Size, Front - 18 x 1.60, Rear - 18 x 1.85/li
    • Tyre Size, Front - 2.75-18 42P, Rear - 90/90-18M/C 57P/li
    • Tyre Pressure, Front - 175kPa, Rear 200kPa (with passenger: 225kPa)/li
    • Brakes Type - Front 240mm hydraulic disc with single-piston calliper and sintered metal pads, Rear 130mm leading/trailing drum/li

    1. All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.

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    For over 25 years since its first introduction in 1976, Honda's compact, rugged and always reliable CG125 has steadfastly won the world's respect and admiration as one of the greatest all-round transporters, commuters and fun bikes in the compact 125cc class. A bike that gets the job done without fuss and bother, running reliably for years on end while requiring a bare minimum of care and maintenance. From west to east and north to south, on every continent of the world, the Honda CG125 has been a powerful force in putting the world on wheels.


    Eschewing exotic styling and gaudy displays of flashy bits in favour of basic solid performance and design, the CG125 has always provided the fundamental necessities sought in a good, low-cost motorcycle. Those being strong, versatile performance, ample riding comfort and convenience and-above all-bulletproof reliability no matter what roads it's called upon to travel. So, it comes as little surprise that in virtually any long-term evaluation to be found, in any language and however the points are given, the CG125 always comes out on top with high marks for lasting quality and long-term satisfaction.


    In fact, the CG125's low cost and durability have also made it a popular vehicle for use in riding schools, where its compact proportions and easy, forgiving operation instil new learner riders with a much needed feeling of confidence in their abilities early in their training, while injecting a large dose of fun into their introduction to the exhilarating joys of the sport.


    One of the motorcycling world's best-kept secrets is the fact that the CG125 is also quite a powerful and quick-performing riding machine for its displacement class, and even experienced riders are often unexpectedly surprised by its peppy acceleration and agile, sure-footed handling. And what it may lack in top speed and power it more than makes up for in economy, dependability and sheer indomitable spirit. Still, for all its many points of merit, it's been many years since the venerable CG125 has seen much more than cosmetic changes, and while the years have certainly proved that there was little wrong with the CG in its current configuration, a significant upgrade of the features it has on offer was long overdue.


    Compiling a list of user comments and requests gleaned over the years, Honda's CG125 development team set about bringing this well-loved small standard into the modern age with a choice selection of improvements to its performance and ease of use that would serve to greatly enhance its perceived value, while maintaining its strong appeal as one of the best all-round small bikes on the planet.

    h4Development Concept/h4

    With its attractions of low cost and easy operation, the CG125 has always been targeted mainly toward entry riders and urban commuters, although its charms has been much more widely accepted by riders of all ages and tastes looking for a light and entertaining motorcycle, either as a second bike or as their primary mode of transportation. Still, the CG has noticeably lacked a few features that have become synonymous with 'real' motorcycles, and this absence has left this sturdy and dependable little bike looking somehow incomplete compared to its stable mates. Primary among these shortcomings have been its lack of both a convenient starter motor and a more powerful front disc brake, and these were the first things focused on in its new redesign.


    For its new 2004 iteration, the new CG125 was first outfitted with an all-new electric starter which extends one-touch starting ease to this popular machine and totally eliminates its earlier kickstart lever. It was also given a lightweight and responsive new hydraulic front disc brake for the stronger and more confident braking control that many riders have asked for.


    Engine performance was also re-examined, and the CG not only receives improvements to its overall starting ease accompanied by smoother operation over a wider range of running conditions, but also a small boost in its range of useable power. Emissions levels were also carefully monitored and brought well within compliance with current EURO-2 regulations to ensure easy adaptability to all European pollution controls, as well as cleaner, more environmentally friendly operation that will win friends everywhere.


    Of course, styling is another big attraction in a new motorcycle, and the new CG125 leaps to the head of its class with eye-catching new lines and quality details that combine to give it a crisp, modern look that's right at home wherever it's ridden or parked. All these improvements add up to a much more complete and fully featured motorcycle that will surely attract even more riders, new and old, to the CG125's friendly offering of riding enjoyment, and guarantee many years of reliable fun and satisfaction ahead.

    h4Styling/h4

    Visible at first glance, the new CG125 projects a much sleeker and more modern form than its most recent predecessor, with well-considered design touches added to give it a more impressive feel of quality and 'real motorcycle' fit and finish. Still the same slim and always friendly lightweight, the new CG features more cleanly integrated lines, which flow back from the bulge of its new fuel tank to the angled edges of its sidecovers and on to the knife-edge tip of its tail cowl in a sleek assembly of attractive curves.


    Taking styling cues from several of the larger machines in Honda's streetbike lineup, the new CG is also built for comfort, with 16mm taller handlebars complementing its modestly stepped tandem seat to provide a more upright and natural riding position that enhances riding ease and remains comfortable for long riding hours on end.


    The CG125's new fuel tank features a sleeker and sharper 'aero' profile that blends into the shape of its new seat for a smooth, unified look and enhanced riding comfort. The fuel tank's larger capacity (up from 12.8 to 13.5 litres) also extends the CG's touring range for longer days of riding fun between fill-ups. The front of the seat now wraps around the rear of the fuel tank to further enhance riding comfort and rider manoeuvrability.


    Pillion passenger comfort on the CG125 hasn't been overlooked either. The broad rear pillion section of the seat is surrounded on either side by conveniently positioned steel tube grab rails, and the CG's pillion passenger foot pegs, once attached to the swingarm on earlier versions, are now mounted on attractive cast aluminium brackets for a big boost in passenger riding comfort, not to mention a higher grade of overall fit and finish.


    A larger-diameter round headlight and more compact, modern-looking indicators emphasise the CG125's ties to the larger machines in the Honda lineup while providing a well-lit view of the night-time road ahead. At the rear, a brilliant new multi-reflector taillight is cleanly integrated into the attractive knife-edge lines of its new tail, providing both an attention-getting display for other road users and a further visual contribution to its stronger and more convincing 'real motorcycle' looks.

    h4Colouring Concept/h4

    The new CG125 takes to the streets of Europe and beyond in three attractive new colour variations that accentuate its attractive new lines with the deep sheen of quality and style. Leading the way is a brightly shimmering metallic silver that complements the chrome, silver and black of the CG's engine and chassis to present a boldly modern visage.


    Other colours include a vivid pearlescent blue, which projects a lively and sporty image of riding fun, and a deep pearlescent red that exudes a more stately and mature look of understated quality.


    Colours

    • Force Silver Metallic/li
    • Pearl Twister Blue/li
    • Pearl Carnival Red/li

    1. h4Engine/h4

      The CG125's rugged and reliable air-cooled overhead valve single cylinder engine has certainly proven itself over years of use and countless roads travelled with unruffled ease and total rider confidence. Its simple, time-tested design has won lasting fame for providing generations of riders with easy operation and rock-solid dependability, not to mention little in the way of maintenance hassles and operating expenses. Even today, the CG's engine continues to be showered with praise by satisfied owners in magazines and internet user surveys in all the languages of Europe, with many owners bragging that their ten or even twenty year-old CG125 runs just as well today as the day they bought it.


      The new 2004 CG125 features essentially the same air-cooled OHV engine configuration and 5-speed transmission as before, but has received several additions that increase not only its operating ease, but also its overall performance. A detailed examination of the engine's power characteristics and adjustments to its carburation helped achieve a slightly stronger, more responsive and more widely useable range of performance, while other detailed modifications build on this engine's well-established strength and reliability.

      h4New Push-Button Electric Starter/h4

      Already quick to start and easy to ride, the new CG125 now takes its operating ease a big step forward with the addition of the effortless convenience of one-touch electric starting. Now the simple push of a button and twist of the throttle is all it takes to bring the CG's engine to life. Even frigid cold-weather starts have been made swift and reliable with the addition of a battery-powered carburettor heater that switches on automatically at temperatures below 10� Celsius to prevent icing and its related effects on starting and operating performance. A new, larger-capacity Maintenance-Free battery provides plenty of juice for cranking over the engine, and a hot spark to get up and running quickly. Increased AC generator output (nearly doubled from 92 to 155W) ensures everything runs flawlessly while maintaining the battery at the peak of its charge. The elimination of the engine's kickstart mechanism also provides a cleaner, less cluttered look that almost invites one to make excuses to go places just for the pleasure of riding.

      h4High Efficiency for Low Emissions/h4

      The engine's inherently efficient 4-stroke overhead valve design keeps mileage high and emissions low. A new Air Suction Valve (ASV) ensures cleaner, more complete burning of exhaust gasses for a further contribution to the engine's low emissions. Exhaust feeds out of an attractive new chrome-plated exhaust system featuring a sharp megaphone-style silencer that provides an exhilarating note for maximised riding enjoyment.

      h4Chassis/h4

      The CG125's simple yet rugged diamond configuration frame has proven itself over the years by offering a solid base for swift, responsive handling and control. Bolted solidly into place between the front downtube and the swingarm pivot area, the CG's engine acts as a stressed member to enhance frame rigidity and assure crisply responsive handling performance. A slight adjustment in steering head angle results in a 6mm longer wheelbase than the current model, contributing to the CG's unruffled feeling of confident control at all speeds, whether nervous beginner or seasoned expert.

      h4Sure-Handling Suspension Components/h4

      The CG125's suspension has also won respect and admiration over the years for providing a reliably higher level of comfort and handling ease than often available in this class of road bikes. Its compliant 27mm hydraulic front fork provides responsive control and a smoothly assured ride in virtually all riding situations. Its 115mm of compliant, well-damped axle travel really soaks up the bumps, to keep handling easy and confident on even rough secondary roads. Under the sides of the seat, a rugged pair of conventional spring-loaded dampers soak up the bumps to ensure excellent comfort for one or two. Easy spring preload adjustments can be carried out with the CG's included tools, with five steps of adjustment to match a wide range of riding load requirements.

      h4New Front Disc Brake/h4

      The new CG125's front wheel is stopped by a responsive, new 240mm hydraulic disc brake featuring a compact single-piston calliper gripping a slim drilled rotor between its sintered metal pads. This lightweight new disc brake provide enhanced braking performance and confident control for both hectic city traffic and spirited country rides. At the rear, a smooth-operating 130mm leading/trailing shoe drum brake assures a confident balance of braking control for virtually all riding situations.


      The CG's standard-issue wire spoked wheels mount tube-type bias-ply tyres which offer an excellent combination of agile control and long wear for whatever type or riding it sets out to do.

      h4Equipment/h4

      Extra Security - The new CG125 now features a Neimann-style steering head lock which uses a separate key from the ignition to securely immobilise the front fork in a full-lock turned position that provides a rugged deterrent to potential joyriders and bike thieves. The new CG also features a new locking left-side sidecover, under which are securely concealed its strong and reliable Maintenance Free battery and handy toolkit. Convenience Features


      As before, the CG125 comes equipped with a host of features to make day-today operation easy and enjoyable. Such features include a set of bungee hooks for lashing down larger parcels to the rear section of the seat, a convenient helmet lock and, of course, its handy rear pillion grab rails.

      h4New Twin Dial Instrument Assembly/h4

      The new CG125 also features a sporty-looking new twin dial-look instrument panel, which replaces the square-shaped unit used on its earlier iterations. The instrument assembly's right-side dial contains all the indicator lights and a handy fuel gauge, which provides a much needed reminder of how much fuel remains in the tank, since the CG's miserly fuel economy can easily lead one to forget just when it was last filled.

      h4Specifications CG125 (ED-type)/h4

    • Engine Type - Air-cooled 4-stroke OHV single/li
    • Displacement - 124.1cm3/li
    • Bore x Stroke - 56.5 x 49.5mm/li
    • Compression Ratio - 9.5 : 1/li
    • Max. Power Output - 8.1kW/9,000min-1 (95/1/EC)/li
    • Max. Torque - 9.8Nm/7,000min-1 (95/1/EC)/li
    • Idling Speed - 1,400min-1/li
    • Oil Capacity - 1.1 litres/li
    • Fuel System, Carburation - 22mm piston-valve type carburettor/li
    • Aircleaner - Cartridge-type paper filter/li
    • Fuel Tank Capacity - 13.5 litres (including 2.3-litre reserve)/li
    • Ignition System - Capacitor Discharge (CDI)/li
    • Ignition Timing - 15� BTDC (idle) ~ 35� BTDC (5,000min-1)/li
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    • Starter - Electric/li
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    • Clutch Operation - Mechanical; cable-actuated/li
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    • Primary Reduction - 3.333 (60/18)/li
    • Gear Ratios - 1 - 2.769 (36/13), 2 - 1.722 (31/18), 3 - 1.273 (28/22), 4 - 1.042 (25/24), 5 - 0.885 (23/26)/li
    • Final Reduction - 3.214 (45/14)/li
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    • Frame Type - Diamond; pressed steel/li
    • ]li]Chassis Dimensions - (LxWxH) 1,982 x 736 x 1,067mm /li
    • Wheelbase - 1,297mm/li
    • Caster Angle - 26� 30'/li
    • Trail - 89mm/li
    • Turning Radius - 1.9m/li
    • Seat Height -781mm/li
    • Ground Clearance - 173mm/li
    • Dry Weight - 114kg/li
    • Kerb Weight - 126kg (F: 55.4kg; R: 70.6kg)/li
    • Max. Carrying Capacity - 180kg/li
    • Loaded Weight - 266kg (F: 82kg; R: 184kg)/li
    • Suspension Type - Front 27mm telescopic fork, 115mm axle travel, Rear Dual dampers with 5-step adjustable spring preload, 80mm axle travel/li
    • Wheels Type - Steel rim/wire spoke, Rim Size, Front - 18 x 1.60, Rear - 18 x 1.85/li
    • Tyre Size, Front - 2.75-18 42P, Rear - 90/90-18M/C 57P/li
    • Tyre Pressure, Front - 175kPa, Rear 200kPa (with passenger: 225kPa)/li
    • Brakes Type - Front 240mm hydraulic disc with single-piston calliper and sintered metal pads, Rear 130mm leading/trailing drum/li

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    ^^ In about 30 years, they have managed to decrease its HP rather than increasing it !

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    @bike Junky


    My friend as far As Reliability is concerned YOU CANT MEASURE It...And U Have Given Example Of


    Harlay Davidson ...V Twin Harley Makes Cruisers...Which are not meant for high REVS they use push


    rods ...OHV cant maintain valve timings thats y OHC came into being...all the racing engines are


    overhead cams not overhead valves


    The 3.5-liter V6 DOHC engine of 2003 Nissan Pathfinder has 240 hp, similar to 245 hp of the 5.9-liter


    V8 OHV engine of 2003 Dodge Durango. so that means u can get more Horse power and higher RPMS


    in DOHC engine..CHEERS ..i Agree with ur point of view also

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    @kingabsar


    I think reliability is what the customers decide about and cg has made reputation just because of its customers not in Pak but all over the world. Watch on youtube you will find ppl in england praising their old model cg-125 bikes and showing them proudly. Every chinese bike makes a copy of cg-125 engine just because of its success. U read my earlier post and you will understand what Honda cg-125 is and how ppl rate it. How can u make a 125cc engine modern thats already working at its peak and is regarded as one of the best engines. In my opinion it can be altered to include a self start though and a five speed gears as in brazilian models.


    I never said that OHV engine is better than OHC. Just told that OHC technology is as old as OHV rather honda cb with OHC came earlier than Honda cg that has an OHV engine. There is a lot of debate going on between OHC and OHV and the best regarded engines come from both OHC and OHV. Anybody can easily study there adv and disadv on the net.


    GS is good for ISD wide roads and as u already have a cg u should try gs now. Its not meant for racing though. Its a commuter bike. Why dont u buy a sports model if u like racing or want high rev engine. Keep ur heart big if ur beaten by any cg ok. As the guys say that they can easily beat gs with their cg (even with their low rpms).

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    @ bike junkie.. yar very pimped up ride u got there.. rims kahan say liay aap nay.. i m very much interested..

    thanks

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    @ Bike Junk


    I Have had R6 back in 1999 my heart is big as my machine u dont have 2 worry ...and i have yamaha





    2 stroke also 1987 and now my bike z 22 years sold ..my father bought it back in 87 and ...i dont





    mind people who r beginners ...AND OH Really CG can Beat any bike even a 200cc what a joke ..give





    me break..can ur CG stand against my yamaha ..and reliabilty which ur talking abt ..how many cgs





    OLD model have u seen on roads everyday ...ZERO ..Cheers

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    @ Bike Junk


    I Have had R6 back in 1999 my heart is big as my machine u dont have 2 worry ...and i have yamaha





    2 stroke also 1987 and now my bike z 22 years sold ..my father bought it back in 87 and ...i dont





    mind people who r beginners ...AND OH Really CG can Beat any bike even a 200cc what a joke ..give





    me break..can ur CG stand against my yamaha ..and reliabilty which ur talking abt ..how many cgs





    OLD model have u seen on roads everyday ...ZERO ..Cheers

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    bhai CG koi asmaan se nahi aai

    agar dosri bikes ki bi modification hojai tu CG se kafi win kar sakte hai

    and no doubt gto gs and yahama ki 100 are far better than this cg cg ki engine pe weight he kitna hai tank jo din ba din cheap hoti jarai hai

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    @khang Absar


    I told it earlier and also telling it again that I dont own cg-125. And yamaha has no match with cg neither gs has. because yamaha is 2-stroke 100cc and gs is 150cc. Even than its capable of beating both of those bikes.


    And simply yb-100 cant beat cg in long run. In cities with traffic yb-100 upto a distance of 2 to 3 kms will be faster due to its pick if u r a good driver, otherwise on open road yb stands no where to cg. And yb engine gets heated in long run and it looses its performance and cg picks increases when its engine gets heated.


    AND OH Really CG can Beat any bike even a 200cc what a joke ..give
    me break..can ur CG stand against my yamaha ..and reliabilty which ur talking abt ..how many cgs
    OLD model have u seen on roads everyday ...ZERO ..Cheers
    Atleast you can see new cgs on the road where as youll hardly see any gs on the roads. I think approx four years have passed since gs came but suzuki manuf cant even made a new chain cover for it and its chain peeps out of the cover.


    Again I never said that cg can beat a 200cc bike. I just said that a lot of bikers comment and say that they have badly beaten gs with their 125.


    BTW gs-150 is very popular among ISD CTP. I think u have got ur inspiration from them as I only see them crawling on the ISD roads.













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    for bike junky


    please be realistic.your and mine cg125 got 4 gears and this gs got 5 speed gear box.and much more power.you cant beat gs150 might be gs125.m a racer for 5 years m got alot experince.see ma bikes these r not standard bikes.these bikes rules ma city lahore.but 1 bike can who beat my cg is that my gs 150.on a long rout u became tired of cg drive but in short sprint it gives you pleasure.but gs gives pleasure in both sense.


    Suzuki GS125 & GS150 New Model -1013414



    Suzuki GS125 & GS150 New Model -1013415



    Suzuki GS125 & GS150 New Model -1013416



    Suzuki GS125 & GS150 New Model -1013417
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    O bhai I have told several times I dont have cg. If u beat a 125 bike with a 150 bike than its not a big deal. I agree that you have beaten all the cgs. . Be happy.

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    ok ji sab ki bikes thandi ho gaai hain..

    yar yeh GS kay rim or disc SD110 kay hain kia..

    reply me yar i need to get me some disc break cos drum break wont work with my drum (belly) on the bike.

    thanks..

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    waysay... i have taken rides on all three yamaha, cg japanes and local, GTO, and GS...

    and believe me .. every single one of these are just sweet in their class.. cant beat the elegance of GTO, cant beat the pick of yamaha, cant beat the grip and style of CG, and canot beat the personality and toughness of GS.

    so everyone b happy.. even if you have sohraab cycle it is from the grandad to our childhood.. still remind us of golden times..

    honkey dorey.. end of story..

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    @shazie
    bro these r the sd110 flash alloy wheels.one bottom of disk side changed but similar to orignal one.when u buy the alloy keep it mind you got disk plate and right side of the meter box extension.dabee jo meter ke tar ko ghomatee hae.the most difficult work to install rear ally coz it got more gap while 110 got less cunsult ur expert mechanic.thses alloys r pure japanese made made in japan is writen on them brand is enkie.suzuki geniun.cost me 9,000 rs but perfect in condition.
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    @ Bike JUNKY


    Ahh ur Just Copy Paste all the stuff ...from net .thats what u all got...Do let me know if u have any


    doubts abt what u said.... very less knowledge u got abt bikes ..pasting the whole websites shows ur


    kiddish behavior be a man ...and dont want to disrespect u as im not of your kind ..but if not i will


    make u understand.....if u want to play then come out

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    cool bhaiioo.. jhaaro dhool aur ho jaao cooll.. everyone have a right to ex-press their own, while pressing others is not allowed.... haha.. just kidding.. chill up guys..

    @adeel060

    buddy i have seen a bike with RX125's disc.. and they were looking mighty powerful.. the guy said that he got it done from nazimabad in 6k totally genuine.. and he said that it was done 2-3 years ago.. but it was dashing..

    i m only doing this as to avoid having my front tyre in someones buttumper.. which i did twice..

    by the way the rims are also of SD 110.. i asked the franchise engineer here in north nazimabad and he said that they cant be fitted in GS150..

    please if you may.. shed some light on it in detail..

    thanks

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    @shezie


    AS U Say PAL


    @ Bike Monkey


    LOLZ Nice 1

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    @ Bike JUNKY




    Ahh ur Just Copy Paste all the stuff ...from net .thats what u all got...Do let me know if u have any doubts abt what u said.... very less knowledge u got abt bikes ..pasting the whole websites shows ur kiddish behavior be a man ...and dont want to disrespect u as im not of your kind ..but if not i will make u understand.....if u want to play then come out












    @kingabsar


    watch ur mouth ok. It was you who first disrespected by giving false names and u know where u did. Prior to that shehzie also doesnt showed any decency by saying that go to moon on ur cg.


    So u both should show some decency in ur personality and in ur behaviours. just riding a decent bike would not make you any decent.


    As far as copy paste is concerned that was just to prove that 125 is renowned all over the world as you have very limited knowledge about cg-125 and how it is regarded in the world.


    If u want to play than bring ur gs-125 and I will also bring a cg-125 and we will see which bike is better. ok.

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