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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
99 % this & low milege is due to wrong Air to Fuel ratio.
This can be solved very easily.What you need is only a small screw driver.
Open the black tool box in the right side. Remove a small rubber bush thats there. Inside you can see a small flat screw. that controls the amount of fuel injected to the engine. Turn the thing clockwise a round or two & go for a small drive. Feel the difference & stop when you are satisfied. if your engine knocks, thats even bad. Dont overdo.
NB : This will reduce pickup
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
maintain a 25 psi in front and 33 psi in rear for rider only.
for rider with pillion 25 psi in front and 41 psi in rear.
with the above air pressure check and revert.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
Please check ur air pressure keep 22 in front & 32 in Rear check the tuning of the carb and status of ur clutch, and exhaust vale opening time
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
SOURCE: I have bought Hero Honda
I've come across this motorcycle and complaint of poor "mileage" several times. There are so many variables to the question it's almost impossible to predict what "mileage you will achieve. Things like a single rider with light gear, riding two up will reduce mileage, running the motorcycle at high speed will reduce mileage, city traffic or open road makes a huge difference even in this motorcycle. You are not helping mileage sitting there with the engine running while in traffic. Your driving habits are you hard on the throttle when you take off from a stop? Sounds as if I'm scolding you but if you are concerned about mileage on this motorcycle then you need to adjust your riding style AND the biggest this with the Honda Hero is its tires. The tires on the Honda Hero are specially designed for that motorcycles performance and mileage, if they are under inflated you will get poor gas mileage. Check your tire pressure or have the dealer do it if you don't have the gauge.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
Sounds like you need to tune your carburetor and check the spark plug.
Try checking the CDi, replace it with an aftermarket racing CDi and compare the ignition and combustion, if it still doing that problem.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2011
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