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    Default Honda 100 VS Yamaha Jahoon

    i want to buy Honda CD-100 VS Yamaha Jahoon which one is better.......
    or what about Honda 125....?


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    Mr. Raheel

    purchase the thing that you like dont go for the opinions of others on the comparison both are good machines
    (i love pakistan)
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    i have used Yamaha Junoon 2010 5 months and it is too good but i sale the bike because its engine is not more power full than Honda CD 100 and CD100 has more pick than Junoon its top speed is 105kmph with orignal sprockets and fuel avarege is 43 to 48 km/pl
    Yamaha Junoon Spec. is



    <TABLE style="WIDTH: 100%; BORDER-COLLAPSE: collapse; COLOR: #333333" id=DetailsView1 border=1 rules=all cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=4><TBODY><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e3eaeb"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Type</TD><TD>4-Stroke,air cooled, SOHC</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: white"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Compression Ratio</TD><TD>9.0:1</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e3eaeb"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">MaxTorque</TD><TD>8.4 N.m/6,500rpm</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: white"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Lubrication System</TD><TD>Wet-Sump</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e3eaeb"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Ignition System</TD><TD>12V / DC CDI</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: white"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Fuel Tank Capacity</TD><TD>11.0 liters</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e3eaeb"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Fuel Reserve Capacity</TD><TD>1.5 liters</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: white"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Starting System</TD><TD>Kick Start</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e3eaeb"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Overall Length</TD><TD>1915 mm.</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: white"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Overall Width</TD><TD>745 mm.</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e3eaeb"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Overall Height</TD><TD>1015 mm.</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: white"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Wheel Base</TD><TD>1015 mm.</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e3eaeb"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Dry Weight</TD><TD>99 kg</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: white"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Tyre Front</TD><TD>2.50-18 4PR</TD></TR><TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e3eaeb"><TD style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d0d0d0; WIDTH: 160px; FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Tyre Rear</TD><TD>2.50-18 4PR</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

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    Honda CD100 Spec is
    <TABLE border=0 width="100%" align=center><TBODY><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Engine</TD><TD>4-Stroke OHC cooled by air</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Displacement</TD><TD>97.1 cm<SUP>3</SUP></TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Bore & Stroke</TD><TD>50 x 49.5 mm</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Compression Ratio</TD><TD>9.0:1</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Clutch</TD><TD>Weight contains different plates</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Transmission</TD><TD>Continuous 4 speed mesh</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Starting</TD><TD>Kick start</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Frame</TD><TD>Double craddle tubular type</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Dimension(Lxwxh)</TD><TD>1983 x 735 x 1045 mm</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Ground Clearance</TD><TD>160 mm</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Tyre at Front</TD><TD>2.75 - 18 4 PR</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Tyre at Back</TD><TD>2.50 - 17 6 PR</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cdSpec>Dry Weight</TD><TD>98 KG</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

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    Quote Originally Posted by YamahaYB100 View Post
    i have used Yamaha Junoon 2010 5 months and it is too good but i sale the bike because its engine is not more power full than Honda CD 100 and CD100 has more pick than Junoon its top speed is 105kmph with orignal sprockets and fuel avarege is 43 to 48 km/pl
    Yamaha Junoon Spec. is



    <table style="width: 100%; border-collapse: collapse; color: rgb(51, 51, 51);" id="DetailsView1" border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" rules="all"><tbody><tr style="background-color: rgb(227, 234, 235);"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Type</td><td>4-Stroke,air cooled, SOHC</td></tr><tr style="background-color: white;"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Compression Ratio</td><td>9.0:1</td></tr><tr style="background-color: rgb(227, 234, 235);"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">MaxTorque</td><td>8.4 N.m/6,500rpm</td></tr><tr style="background-color: white;"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Lubrication System</td><td>Wet-Sump</td></tr><tr style="background-color: rgb(227, 234, 235);"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Ignition System</td><td>12V / DC CDI</td></tr><tr style="background-color: white;"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Fuel Tank Capacity</td><td>11.0 liters</td></tr><tr style="background-color: rgb(227, 234, 235);"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Fuel Reserve Capacity</td><td>1.5 liters</td></tr><tr style="background-color: white;"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Starting System</td><td>Kick Start</td></tr><tr style="background-color: rgb(227, 234, 235);"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Overall Length</td><td>1915 mm.</td></tr><tr style="background-color: white;"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Overall Width</td><td>745 mm.</td></tr><tr style="background-color: rgb(227, 234, 235);"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Overall Height</td><td>1015 mm.</td></tr><tr style="background-color: white;"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Wheel Base</td><td>1015 mm.</td></tr><tr style="background-color: rgb(227, 234, 235);"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Dry Weight</td><td>99 kg</td></tr><tr style="background-color: white;"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Tyre Front</td><td>2.50-18 4PR</td></tr><tr style="background-color: rgb(227, 234, 235);"><td style="background-color: rgb(208, 208, 208); width: 160px; font-weight: bold;">Tyre Rear</td><td>2.50-18 4PR</td></tr></tbody></table>
    dont u sale ur bike and go for cd 100, its a total crap, with worst resale and expensive parts , plus it also have many durabilities issues , my personal experience

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    i have used Yamaha Junoon 2010 5 months and it is too good but i sale the bike because its engine is not more power full than Honda CD 100 and CD100 has more pick than Junoon its top speed is 105kmph with orignal sprockets and fuel avarege is 43 to 48 km/pl
    @ poster

    Edit: Take my views back as its no more yamaha, its DYL now.
    I'd prefer Pridor anyday..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
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    I totally disagree with that! Yamaha Junoon produces 10.4 BHP that is pretty close to the almost 12 BHP engine of CG125.


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    Bro aap ne Junoon ki 10.4BHp kehan se quote ki hai? ya khud hi calculate ki hai
    IGNITE YOUR LIFE WITH WHEELS.

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    YD4 100cc engine wakai bohat aala engine hai. Silent, powerfull, speedy, quicker and low fuel consumer.

    jub ye engine yama4 (simple Body) me lgta hai to ant hai really far better then CD100 and Spinter in every espect.
    but jub ye Junoon (stylish bt bulky) me lgta hai to cd100 se ziyeda mukhtalif performance nai deta.
    in my views simple yama4 4 strok would be better choice.
    IGNITE YOUR LIFE WITH WHEELS.

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    @ masster100

    I calculated it myself, internet pe conversion techneque is available.. how to convert tourque into BHP, source of info is

    Puma Race Engines Technical Guide - Power and Torque - how they are related and how to calculate them

    Read this article, in the middle they have told how to calculate.

    It is Max. Tourque in N.m. multiply by Rpm at which it is delivered, divided by 5252

    In Junoons case 8.4 N.m. * 6500Rpm= 54600 / by 5252 = 10.39604 BHP

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    Other companies like suzuki and Honda dont even bother to share their engine outputs... donot knw why? for my further calculation results check this thread i made :-
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...s-yamaha-bikes

    Check how powerfull Yamaha royal is for a 100cc!

    Also note the fact that DYL 70 has pretty less power And if DYL 70 has so less power with 78cc head then CD70 must be way more under powered than that!!! I beleive these are the non impressive engine power figures of Honda & suzuki bikes(with respect to their engine CCs) that has stopped them to share the stats with others on their sites.. Honda CG125 is powerfull, and uska bataya hua hai fakhar se k it is 12Bhp, bt cd100 and cd70 k case mai no info!!

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    Umer009 aap ke pass Honda CD 100 tha ???? kya experiences hain aap ke CD 100 ke sath ??? Junoon se better hai ya nahi ???
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    @khan
    it was nt with me but my uncle had it i think 2005 model had many manufacturing faults , like leaking of oil seal from the sprocket side now and then , then it start giving out white smoke in almost a year, although he is a careful driver ,i used to go with him to fix the faults and in my point of view it had very poor build quality , starring is very tiring etc , he sold it out and bought cd 70 , and is quite happy with it no problems
    i dont know abt their new model now but i can guess it had the same engine only graphics change over these years

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer009 View Post
    @khan
    it was nt with me but my uncle had it i think 2005 model had many manufacturing faults , like leaking of oil seal from the sprocket side now and then , then it start giving out white smoke in almost a year, although he is a careful driver ,i used to go with him to fix the faults and in my point of view it had very poor build quality , starring is very tiring etc , he sold it out and bought cd 70 , and is quite happy with it no problems
    i dont know abt their new model now but i can guess it had the same engine only graphics change over these years
    Yeah you might be right, maybe AHL face some problems in it's launching year 2005 .... but there should be some improvements in its recent model.......but still no expert opinion yet
    Main tay Honda ee lay saa'n !!!

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    I agree with both Khanthegr8 and umer, I've used 2008 model and it didn't give me any prob. In fact it was fun riding it, the comfort level is much better than Yamaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
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    I totally disagree with that! Yamaha Junoon produces 10.4 BHP that is pretty close to the almost 12 BHP engine of CG125.

    I own a junoon and its the best bike engine wise in its category... The pick up, topspeed(97Km/Hr achieved so far) and smoothness of ride + low vibrations and its very quiet operation makes Junoon and YD100 Yama4 the best bikes is its class(Both share same engine)

    If i compare both bikes.. then both have their own pluses and minuses!
    Junoon has only one draw back as compared to Honda! Its handle swithches & ignition switch are not properly water resistant in design and if u wash ur bike and put water on them, ur turn signals wont work! and maybe it wont start in the first hand due to water in the ignition switch... U have to take care of this thing and water seal these switches b4 washing the bike.. Else the bike is awesome and an absolute plesure to drive...

    People are too much biased towards Honda and cannot compare the ground realities... I consider both rides to be equall. Pleasure and performance wise! Junoon is definately better of the two! But... U will have to find a good mechanic of it to fix it, on the other hand Honda has more service centres throughout the city.. and u can usually show a Honda to any roadside mechanic.. it wont hurt the bike. But with Yamaha u shud not take such a risk! Reason being - different engine - new and better sophisticated carburator.. u need proper instruments to adjust it, not like CD70s and 125s (propbably CD100 too) that mechanics pull out the carb, disassemble it roughly, drop it twice mean while and then bang it arround, shake it hard and fix it back... And says ur good to go!!!!

    So it all depends on you! If u want a better machenery performance wise and are agreed to take proper care of it with interest! Junoon is the option for you! I got 58Km/Ltr avg from junoon during running period!! @40-50Km/Hr speed) its more rugged too!!! Body wise and engine wise!! Yes it might be made of plastic but its unbreakable plastic.. takes alot of force to break! Plus!! Yamaha kabhi nai kharakti!! Its body fixtures never gives silly noises even ur bike gets old!! I owned 2 Yamahas and Honda too... Yamahas are far more rugged bodywise than any honda! Probably thats another reason Dudh walas like Yamahas...

    But honda is more of a care free, maintenece free ride of the two... it has not got a solid or tough engine- its just ok. But jab tak chalayga, tang nai karega, and the wiring etc is good too.. go HOnda is care free bike!! good 4 a busy man!

    Thats my analysis... Pick choose the one u like the most, its all up2 u. Nothing is the best and the perfect one.. u need 2 choose which will com4rt u more!
    I am using yamaha junoon, its a perfect bike to ride and much much better then honda 100, it has a powerfull engin, very comfortable suspension system,and its fuel ansumption is very low, i am using it since 1 year, and it rides me about minnimum 60 km per liter.so what would u expect more from it ?

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    Thumbs up Go for Honda 100.

    I got a new Honda 100 in September, 2010.

    I also had lots of questions in my mind while making a decision between Yamaha Junoon, Honda 100, and Suzuki Sprinter. I came here and searched different threads and finally opted for Honda 100.

    My experience:
    A brilliant bike! Very comfortable, smooth, powerful.

    I am out of running period already and have attained 90+ km/hr while doing "double sawaari". The engine was very smooth and quiet during this. Awesome na?

    Well, brother, it does not have any washing issue as a brother above reported in Yamaha Junoon. It starts on first kick, Alhamdu Lillah, even if you see that the plug cap has water over it. There are no electrical issues after a wash.

    I have so far achieved a mileage of 57-58 km/liter.

    Moreover, Honda 100 gives a good feeling and extra comfort to tall guys as its height is greater than other conventional bikes available in our market.

    So far, the only thing that bothers me about Honda 100 is that it troubles in starting in cold weather, I have to start it with choke when the engine is cold. Besides that, I don't see any troubles with this bike so far.

    My suggestion: Go for Honda 100.

    If you have any more questions for me, I'll be glad to give as much information to you as I have about this bike.

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    honda is more reliable.

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    Honda 100 has more acceleration specially in honda pridor junnon lacks the acceleration but it is heavy duty

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    Reviving a dead old dumb thread ..Go but any1 you like ..Both would serve the purpose if you are religious in maintainance
    The one thing that unites all human beings, regardless of age, gender, religion, economic status, is that, deep down inside, we all believe that we are above-average drivers.

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    With Yamaha gone, this topic is irrelevant now.
    Now it is Pridor all the way.
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