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    Default Yamaha RX115 CDI, Front rear wheels complete

    Have the following parts available for a RX115

    1: Yamaha Genuine CDI Unit
    2: Front Wheel complete with drum, disc, spokes along with a good treaded tire
    3: Rear Wheel complete with drum, spokes and a good treaded tire
    4: Rear Swingarm also known as Chimta, new paint, will need new bushes.
    5: Magnet plate with working coils and Pulsar also known as Pickup coil

    Attaching the picture of the CDI, pictures for other parts can be arranged on request.

    Interested people may email me with their reasonable offers at devito786@gmail.com


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    how much u ask for cdi n magnet+coils?
    thanks
    is it also called balancer(pulsar)?
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    How much for item number 1 and 5 ??? i mean CDI and magnet ...

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    @Usman: wishing you Good Luck!!! can you arrange me a cylinder for RX115.
    I am only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand..

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    @Usman: wishing you Good Luck!!! can you arrange me a cylinder for RX115.
    Thanks Kamran Bhai. as for the cylinder I'm not sure about 115's since as you may already know that is not the engine of my interest these days, have come across a number of rxking and rxz genuine sleeved cylinders. but rest assured I'll spread the word and ask a few peeps i know to inform me if they come across a 115 cylinder. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX115 View Post
    how much u ask for cdi n magnet+coils?
    thanks
    is it also called balancer(pulsar)?
    never heard of the pulsar being called a balancer. I call it the pick up coil since thats what I believe it is, if you ask a local mechanic or parts seller for a pickup coil he will be itching his head off thinking what is a pickup coil, but as soon as you tell him its the pulsar you are referring to he will understand instantly.

    as for the price, I ask for a reasonable offer. :-)

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    @yamaha135 thanks for the reply.
    dear i also dont have any idea about the price......lol
    tell me one thing more about the pulsar......is it also used in yb 100 coils plate?
    and u r talking about the mini one(coil)if so than here the mechanic called it (balancer)....anyway best of luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by RX115 View Post
    @yamaha135 thanks for the reply.
    dear i also dont have any idea about the price......lol
    tell me one thing more about the pulsar......is it also used in yb 100 coils plate?
    and u r talking about the mini one(coil)if so than here the mechanic called it (balancer)....anyway best of luck
    no idea about yb100 coils plate since have never owned one, nor have any idea about the magnet windings being called a balancer, infact it is the 1st time i am hearing about it being called a balancer. as far as i know about the magnet coils, one winding feeds current to the pulsar and then the plug coil whereas the other winding relatively bigger in size feeds current to the rectifier/charger

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    @Usman: wishing you Good Luck!!! can you arrange me a cylinder for RX115.
    if by any chance you want a sleeved cylinder I do have that, will need a .50mm piston size If i recall correct.

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    ^^^ I have 3 slveed one lying with me which are no use. I appritiate your concern in finding one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    ^^^ I have 3 slveed one lying with me which are no use. I appritiate your concern in finding one.
    Oho Sleeved cylinders are not as bad as people in Pakistan consider them to be, there are different cast iron grades available here, If you choose the best grade, get the bore within specs and in the end get the honing done with a proper honing tool, no reason the sleeved cylinders won't last as long as genuine ones do. afterall the material used in japanese cylinders is also cast iron you know. and just to be on the extra safe side to prevent a seize situation, one can increase the flow on the engines oil pump.

    But if one truly likes to have a japanese cylinder, he should dispose the cylinder off the day the 0 sized piston dies, because after the 0 size regardless of the japanese sleeve inside, It will need to be bored and then honed by the locals to accept a .25mm or .50mm Piston.

    Last but not the least comes personal experience, I have a spare rxz cylinder which has a 62mm Piston and a local sleeve in it, stock rxz135 Piston is 56mm for your kind info Brother. Its been 4 months since I have been using that Cylinder with no seizes at all and is still going strong.

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    On assembly managed to take a few pictures of the new piston alongside the old one, the left piston is the original K55 piston (the same piston is also used in a DT125) and on the right is the new 62mm piston. The 2nd picture is of the new 62mm in a new locally installed sleeve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamaha135 View Post
    Oho Sleeved cylinders are not as bad as people in Pakistan consider them to be, there are different cast iron grades available here, If you choose the best grade, get the bore within specs and in the end get the honing done with a proper honing tool, no reason the sleeved cylinders won't last as long as genuine ones do. afterall the material used in japanese cylinders is also cast iron you know. and just to be on the extra safe side to prevent a seize situation, one can increase the flow on the engines oil pump.

    But if one truly likes to have a japanese cylinder, he should dispose the cylinder off the day the 0 sized piston dies, because after the 0 size regardless of the japanese sleeve inside, It will need to be bored and then honed by the locals to accept a .25mm or .50mm Piston.

    Last but not the least comes personal experience, I have a spare rxz cylinder which has a 62mm Piston and a local sleeve in it, stock rxz135 Piston is 56mm for your kind info Brother. Its been 4 months since I have been using that Cylinder with no seizes at all and is still going strong.
    the problem I see of relined 2 stroke cylinders here in Karachi is that the shops do not aim the ports correctly - the transfer ports should be aimed towards the back of the cylinder and the boost port in the back should be aimed at the spark plug electrode, and all ports should have a smooth edge surface and the exhaust port should have a large bevel on the roof of it, never saw such workmanship ever

    I still have my old RX115 parked in my home, rebuilt the engine myself, about 9 years ago still runs perfect as a whistle, on original oil feed system and 19mm carburettor, original factory cylinder with 0.50 oversize piston, I hand finished the cylinder ports myself, dressed the piston skirt and adjusted the reeds to 9mm..

    This bike has never EVER failed on me, starts on first kick - has excellent compression and runs beautiful - just use it rarely nowadays

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamaha135 View Post
    Oho Sleeved cylinders are not as bad as people in Pakistan consider them to be, there are different cast iron grades available here, If you choose the best grade, get the bore within specs and in the end get the honing done with a proper honing tool, no reason the sleeved cylinders won't last as long as genuine ones do. afterall the material used in japanese cylinders is also cast iron you know. and just to be on the extra safe side to prevent a seize situation, one can increase the flow on the engines oil pump.

    But if one truly likes to have a japanese cylinder, he should dispose the cylinder off the day the 0 sized piston dies, because after the 0 size regardless of the japanese sleeve inside, It will need to be bored and then honed by the locals to accept a .25mm or .50mm Piston.

    Last but not the least comes personal experience, I have a spare rxz cylinder which has a 62mm Piston and a local sleeve in it, stock rxz135 Piston is 56mm for your kind info Brother. Its been 4 months since I have been using that Cylinder with no seizes at all and is still going strong.
    totally agreed with @yamaha135.
    dear how much it will cost to install (cast iron)sleeve for RX115.
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    I want to say one thing more.if i have a original japanese cylinder and after using it in 0.0 size goes to rebore it then it depands on (kharadia). if he doesnt do proper bore to it then its originality will lost away. or phir us k oiginal honay ya na honay ka aser khatam hojay ga.
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    increasing your oil will in effect weaken your fuel mixture load and actually heat up your engine, you need to rejet your carby for proper additional oiling.

    and before a rebore you need to check your piston clearance to the bore - if out of spec check piston skirt for wear if too out of spec rebore and hone to perfect finish then hand file all the ports to remove any sharp edges which may bite into the piston or rings, and be sure to grind the exhaust port roof to a rounded bevel edge.

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    @Xulfiqar what is the original carb setting,i mean how much revolution (anti clock wise) of mixter screw or it depands on carbs and cylinder?
    in my knowledge there r 2.25 revo of mixture screw
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    the mixture is actually the idle air screw - you are right its 2 and 1/4 revolution from stop - be sure to measure this correctly because Ive usually seen that half a revolution is considered 1 revolution here.

    The second thing is the float height - which was I think 21mm (9 years ago memory is not too sharp) from the edge of the carb to the edge of the float without it actually pressing its damper needle, I'll check my repair manual, I also had written the mikuni needle and holder number somewhere

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    @xulfiqar.......yes you r saying right regarding revo measurement.....here in islamabad most of the mechanic type people think half revo as a 1 revo. i had lot of talks on it but all in vain.........
    the needle # is 405 with 1.5#slide.
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    @yamaha135 yar its too hard to undestand jahil mechanics language.....oh my GOD.in recent asked u about balancer.......basically in my area of ISB one of the mechanic called it balancer basically its pulsar.
    when i asked him ustad g rx115 ki coil plate main kitnay pulsar lagay hotay hain then he replied with proof in hand k plusar to koi nahi hota yeh 1 balancer laga hoa hay bas.....then i asked him to bring new one balancer from shop keeper with its carton.....the pulsar was written on the carton.than i said ustad g yeh dabay per to pulsar likha hay.
    he said bhai hum to balancer hi kehtay hain.......
    i was also amazed k pulsar ka to mujhay bi ilm hay ye balancer kis cheez ko kehtay hain.....thats why i asked it to u.......anyway thanks.
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