Please excuse me guys for not being able to upload my CD 100's pictures yet. My internet connection has been down since the last few days. I will, Insha Allah, upload the pictures tonight.
And thank you very much for your replies and anticipation to see my new ride
I have already done around 230 km on my new HONDA CD 100. I am anticipating a tuning as I hit the 300 km mark. Any practices I should follow when I get my ride tuned? And please name the best HONDA Antenna dealer who I should approach for tuning. My criterion for best is:
1- No "thoka thaaki". Meaning, every single nut-bolt that needs to be opened/closed should be opened/closed with proper instruments and tools, not with a hammer and a screw-driver
2- Mechanics are well-versed in their job and know exactly how to work on a HONDA CD 100, in particular. NO EXPERIMENTATION!
The Mughalpura Shell is easy for me to approach. A lot more easier would be Shimla Paharri Shell. And man, I used Shell from a random fuel station (the one at Dharampura) and I found it way better than PSO. With Shell, there is no missing or jerks during the ride. Unfortunately, I had to fill my ride's fuel tank with PSO because that was the only fuel station I found that was dispensing as much fuel as customers demanded - all the rest were giving fuel worth Rs. 50 or 100 only
Moreover, guys I need your comments on Caltex. I have been using Caltex in my elder bike (Ravi, 70 CC), it gives me an aweeeeesome mileage. I couldn't gauge the fuel's quality in terms of its smoothness since it's an old bike now (new bikes respond to changes in fuel much better than older bikes, this is what I think). I also heard that with Caltex's TECHRON technology, the engine remains cleaner. Guys, what have you got to say about it?