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Engine limited I have a Honda CBR 125, 2005 onwards. and the engine still has power limiter, and that I'm not get full power, because he would go 140kmh, but he goes to 115kmh.

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  • viesis3888 Apr 23, 2009

    About throttle everything is ok, but maybe there is one place, where i get out the limitter?

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Check your throttle cable to make sure you are getting full throttle.

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Most 125s have a restrictor in the top of the carbs and in the manifold of the exhaust.

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  • mark palmer Jul 03, 2012

    i dont think the cbr 125 has any restrictor in it have u tryd to give it an oil change or even a full service it carnt do any harm i have the same bike and at best it will do 85mph

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