don't know price of any replica of cg 125 never bought any but best replica is pakhero with 5 speed transmition and self stater
Feeling best bike in the world mubarak qabool ho bhai Good choice
don't know price of any replica of cg 125 never bought any but best replica is aisahero with 5 speed transmition and self stater the price would be around 70-75k
Mera khail main quality more or less sub ki aik he jaisi ha and so is the price. United dekhna main theak laga plus united was euro 2 while if you remember a fellow pak wheeler bought Metro 125 a month ago, and it was non euro.
Thanku so much for input. I found spark issues are very common in every chinese bikes. can you tell me its pick, throttle and power... does it justify 110cc??? Actually what i am most concern i cannot see bike physically before buying. and what about warranty claim??? your meter being replace in warranty or some issues there????
Power is definitely there specially if you are coming up from a 70cc bike. You feel the power difference. But i haven't accelerated as bike is in running period. As for meter no i haven't went to the claim centre as am busy with work and i will have to go all the way to macleod which is around 20kms from my house so sustiiii lolll. Besides fault is not of that nature that requires immediate replacement. Its just that when its 40, the needle vibrates.
Congrats bro.....May Allah keep you n ur bike safe all the way....u mentioned about Turabs' cg 125...can you plz share the link to that thread as im planning to buy a new cg 125...but now a bit confused after reading the lines above...thanks.
congratsand " HI" to your bike
This is the thread, you can go through it
I have a question if someone can answer
If a bike produces choon choon shound while riding specially on uneven roads, does this means faulty shocks or something else?
My bike is producing a lot of this and its really annoying.
Haha choon choon.. my sprinter did it a couple of times but problem sorted itself. Sadly i cannot suggest a remedy for it, sorry:-(
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I am also of this opinion that it will eventually get sorted out however to be safe i decided to ask if this is a problem so that i can replace shocks in warranty
its pretty common problem in chonda's and here i would also like to tell some time cho cho sound comes from center axle so do get i checked too one of my friends unique was producing che che sound the problem was in center axle area it was not center axle but there was some thing wrong with muffler it was kissing some thing
Thanks for your input. Did it get sorted out?
dear when you get your bike serviced , ask service station guy to put some diesel or oil in rear shocks and shock springs , inside the cover with air pressure , the sound will be gone , also oil the both ends where swing arm meets the frame
Thanks brother. I will today. I had this in mind lakin phir khail aya maybe this is a temporary solution which is why i asked kah if this a temporary problem and will get sorted out itself or with service or something needs to be changed in warranty.
i once got this annoying chun chun sound few days back on my honda cd 70....got its shocks diesel sprayed but it again started the very next day. Took the bike to a mechanic, he opened the nut to which silencer is attached (below the right 'tappa'),took out the bolt a bit from other side, lubricated it with oil and then i never got that annoying sound again.
I c. That is the axcel bolt you are talking about which hidalgo also suggested. I will do that but i think i will do it myself as mechanics usually have old oil.
By the way will grease do the trick as well?
Sorry for not being able to regularly update my thread regarding its performance
Here are few updates:
1) First Oil changed today at 200kms with Havoline 20W402) Fuel average is 45kms /liter3) Got the spark plug replaced with NGK. Now missing is gone 4) As suggested by fellow pakwheelers, got the center axle taken out and greased. No more chun chun sound:).