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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Speed increase
I had a small Hyosung 125cc Easy Rider before and it could not go more than 110km/h no matter how hard I tried. So I found the cheapest way to add on the KMHs.I checked my rear sprocket and as i remember it had 45-47 teethso I changed it to a smaller rear sprocket of 39 teeth and immediately I could get an extra 15km/h to it.So an inexpensive way is to reduce the rear sprocket size.It cost me a mere USD3.50 for a local made rear sprocket and some tips to the mechanic. No need to spend a bomb on NOSTURBO etc.,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: Hi, i bought HERO HONDA KARIZMA before 3months and it went through its first servicng only,and it`s pickup has reduced so much and it is giving mileage about 27-29.Thats it. I am very disappointed bec
Ask your friend do an actual milage check, not just an inexact " I get about 40mpg " as he says. What is he really getting? Driving at top speeds is better for an engine than city driving. Have the dealer do a compression check. The valves may need to be adjusted, (minor thing). If riding highway, get a larger front sprocket, i.e.13 tooth sprocket changed to a 14 tooth sprocket. This will help mpg. Driving fast is not good for mpg.
As far as owner maintenance, the best thing you can do for yourself is to ride over to the dealer to pick up a can of chain lube and ask them to give you some instructions in owner maintenance for your bike. They will be happy to show you what you can do and HOW to do it. This includes adjusting the chain. Don't be bashful. Ask questions; "How often is that needed? What do I look for? What tells me I need to bring it in? Can I get those parts here?" Build a relationship with your dealer. You will both benefit more that way than if I just tell you how to do the adjustments.
Posted on May 20, 2009
It would be better to look for the circuit diagram given in the manual of these bikes. Every bike has a manual which has the circuit diagram.
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Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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