BOOKING PRICE 1,32400.00 PKR
(confirmed by Shahid Khalid Corporation , Koray Stop, Walton Road, Lahore)
Available in Two Colours
Vivid Cocktail Red
Difference between YBR125 and YBR125 G
4 stroke, Air Cooled, SOHC vs 4 stroke, Air Cooled, OHC
2.75 - 18 42P vs 3.00 - 18 4P
90/90 -18 51S vs 90/90 - 18 5P
1975 mm vs 1990 mm
1085 mm vs 1080 mm
775 mm vs 785 mm
1285 mm vs 1300 mm
YBR125G Additional FEATURES than YBR125
1. Special Double Fender
2. Rubber Guards
3. Front Suspension designed for both On and Off Road Conditions
4. Halogen headlight round
SOHC VS OHC engine
OHC means OverHead Cam in general, while SOHC means Single OverHead Cam or Single Cam.
In a SOHC engine the camshaft is installed in the cylinder head and valves are operated either by the rocker arms or directly through the lifters (as in the picture).
The main advantage of an OHC design is that valves are operated almost directly by the camshaft, which makes it easier to maintain precise timing at higher RPMs. It's also possible to install three or four valves per cylinder. For example, Honda successfully uses the SOHC design in its late V6 engines where 4 valves per cylinder are operated by a single camshaft. See the Acura TL 3.2L 24-valve SOHC V6 engine in the second photo (Acura is Honda's luxury vehicle division).
The main disadvantage of an OHC or SOHC engine is that it requires a timing belt or chain with related components, such as tensioners and guides to run the camshaft(s). This means higher production cost and more complex design. A timing belt needs to be replaced at regular intervals, typically every 60,000-120,000 miles, which adds to maintenance costs. A timing chain can last longer, but it is sensitive to regular maintenance: if engine oil is not changed regularly, a timing chain stretches and wears out.