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Change oil km bike mileage

If we are using front wheel tyre, without ribbed tyres, will it make any mileage difference

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Try to remove the air filter, if it does still stall, try to adjust the air-fuel screw on your carb or better yet, overhaul your carb.

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Which tyre best for honda cb shine 80/100-18 tubeless or 3.00-18 tubetype


Hi Nagraj, it all depends on what type of wheel you are running. If your wheel has spokes you must use a tube, if your wheel is cast you can run tubeless. Good luck

Apr 06, 2015 | Honda Motorcycles

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How to maintain bike


Tyres: Regularly check tyre condition and air pressure. Ensure tyre pressures are maintained at manufacturer recommended levels. Check your tyres for cuts and scrapes on your tires, which could cause a blowout. Also check the tyre treads once a week and have the wheels balanced and the alignment checked if the wear is uneven. Engine Oil: Engine oil plays an important role in ensuring smooth operation and maintenance of the bike and maintaining a correct engine oil level is important. Check engine oil level regularly. Check for oil leakage. The oil thickens due to carbon deposits creating drag in the movement of engine internals. Running the bike on dirty oil will not only increase fuel consumption but also reduce the life of the engine. Air Filter: Keep the air filter clean as dusty conditions in India tend to clog up the filter in no time. Change the air filter at recommended intervals and increase the cleaning frequency in particularly dusty climes. Clutch: Should be properly adjusted and have the right amount of free play. An over tightened clutch will cause it to slip unnoticeably and increase the fuel consumption while also burning it out quickly. Engine: Regular servicing and tune-ups will keep the engine running like clockwork and reduce your petrol bills. Pay special attention to cleaning the carburetor and maintaining valve clearances. Keep carburetor clean. Every 1500 km, clean out the carburetor float chamber and other parts. Don't neglect the spark plug, ensure it is clean, the gap is set correctly or replace it if past its prime as it's the most crucial link in proper combustion. Clean spark plug regularly, preferably every 750 km for two-stroke bike and every 1,500 km for four-stroke bike. Most modern bikes require the choke to be used on cold starts as they run lean to meet emission norms as well as fuel efficiency requirements. Transmission System: A bike's chain needs regular lubrication, cleaning and adjustment. Wash the chain with paraffin, a soft brush and a piece of cloth and remove the dirt accumulated in the chain. Don't use water as it might rust the chain links. After the dirt is cleaned with the brush and paraffin wipe the chain with a clean dry cloth. Lubricate the chain links and the chain with used engine oil. Check if your bike's chain has a free play of 2-4 mm in general by moving the chain up and down in a vertical direction with your fingers. Your bike's chain must have the correct tension and free play of the rear wheel. If the tension is more the chain wont power the rear wheel smoothly during motion. If in case the chain is loose, the power delivery from the engine to the rear wheel won't be optimal and there will be loss of power due to slippage. Take the bike to your mechanic or service center and get it adjusted to the manufacturer's specifications. Never over rev your RPM going at high-speeds continuously, as it may damage your bike's engine. Never shift your bike from fifth gear to first gear instantaneously because it damages the piston rings. Cleaning: Clean the two-wheeler body surface regularly to maintain the surface finish. Before cleaning the motorcycle, ensure that the ignition switch unit, H.T. Coil and silencer are covered using plastic sheets. Avoid exposing it to direct sunlight, try parking your bike near some shade because it becomes dull if exposed to frequent sunlight. Battery: The motorcycle battery needs periodical maintenance to ensure a long and trouble free life. Top up with distilled water whenever required. Check for any leakage from battery. It should be clean and free from any leakages. In case of non-use of motorcycle, battery should be kept fully charged. Brakes: Keep both brakes properly spaced. Keeping them too tight (too urgent), or too loose (too late) is dangerous. Brakes should be tightened as per the rider's personal style and requirement. Get your bike's brake pads replaced (front) if screeching sound persists, as sometimes it happens due to lack of oil also. Change your bike's fork oil once in every 12000 kilometers. Check sprockets and replace them if necessary (wear out limit 40000 kilometers). Try and maintain a speed of 40 to 60 kilometers. Always ensure that the tax is paid and Insurance cover (Insurance policy) is within validity period. Keep Tax Receipt and Insurance policy at home and keep Photo copy with bike.
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  • Regularly check tyre condition and air pressure. Optimum air pressure in the tyres of the bike is important for maximum road grip, stability, riding comfort and longevity of the tyres.
  • While under-inflated tyres wear unevenly, adversely affect handling, and more likely to fail from being overheated, over inflated tyres make the motorcycle ride more harshly, and more prone to damage from surface hazards, and wear unevenly.
  • Check your tyres for cuts and scrapes on your tires, which could cause a blowout. Also check the tyre treads once a week and have the wheels balanced and the alignment checked if the wear is uneven.
  • Engine oil plays an important role in ensuring smooth operation and maintenance of the bike and maintaining a correct engine oil level is important. Check engine oil level each day before operating the two–wheeler. Oil level should be between upper and lower marks. Top up engine oil if required. Check for oil leakage.
  • Clean the two-wheeler body surface regularly to maintain the surface finish. Before cleaning the motorcycle, ensure that the ignition switch unit, H.T. Coil and silencer are covered using plastic sheets.
  • Clean the motorcycle using low-pressure water. All painted surfaces should be washed only with water, as kerosene or detergent will damage the paint.
  • The motorcycle battery needs periodical maintenance to ensure a long and trouble free life. Check the electrolyte level against the top and bottom markings on the battery shell. Always top up with distilled water whenever required.
  • Check for any leakage from battery. It should be clean and free from any leakages. In case of non-use of motorcycle, battery should be kept fully charged and electrolyte level should be at Top mark.
  • Clean spark plug regularly. Every 750 km for two-stroke bike and every 1,500 km for four-stroke bike. Clean spark points (electrodes) with emery paper.
  • Keep carburettor clean. Every 1500 km, clean out the carburettor float chamber and other parts. Clean jets by forcing compressed air through them.
  • Keep both brakes properly spaced. Keeping them too tight (too urgent), or too loose (too late) is dangerous. Brakes should be tightened as per the rider’s personal style and requirement.
  • Check cables regularly for kinks, bends and frayed ends. Especially check ends. If one or more strands appear broken, replace immediately.
  • Always ensure that the tax is paid and Insurance cover (Insurance policy) is within validity period. Keep Tax Receipt and Insurance policy at home and keep xerox copy in bike.
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    Front suspension


    Either or a combination of both. Suspension set up, tyre pressure, wrong tyre size or type, style of riding???
    Check your manual for suspension set up details and tyre pressures. Check out your steering head is tightened correctly. There are no leaks from your fork seals and if all is in order try ridind it differently (and safely) on bends.
    If you have just got this bike recently, it could just be that this particular bike doesn't suit your style of riding. I have ridden bikes that don't "feel right" to me but other people have no problem with. Maybe let a friend test ride and see what they say.

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    How to increase mileage in old honda activa bike


    Make Your Mileage good by these Steps
    use tubeless tyres
    make your air/fuel mixture lean
    change the engine oil , gear oil
    change the air filter
    change the spark plug if necessary
    check free movement of brake liners
    use recommended tyre air pressure (depends on tyres)
    use only normal fuel ..do not use premium fuel it is not recommended
    check your battery too...
    And Drive at 30-50 KMPL thats the economy speed

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    I had to replace tyres after 30000 km The tyres were original dealership supplied . Vehicle is not hard driven and mileage run up over 3 years motoring.. Tyres were Bridgestone 225/70R16 BS D687 102s ...


    have you had a 4 wheel alignment done it may be out or poss that your frame is bent causing the tires to wear.need to know where the wear is like the middle or sides or two tires or all four.it is possible to have a slight bend in the frame it happened to my truck from brand new.

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    Hi, Depending your driving style, but normally the mileage of this bike will (15-20) KM/L.
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    CC : 124.66
    BHP :15 PS @ 9000 rpm
    TORQUE :12.24 Nm @ 8000 rpm
    GEAR : 6 SPEED
    COMPRESSION RATIO :11.2:1
    BORE X STROKE :52 x 58.6MM
    LUBRICATION SYSTEM :WET SUMP
    IGNITION SYSTEM :TCI
    STARTER : ELECTRIC ONLY.
    WHEEL BASE:1355 mm
    FRONT TYRE :100/80-17
    REAR TYRE :130/70 -17
    LENGTH :2015 mm
    WIDTH:660 mm
    HEIGHT :970 mm
    FUEL TANK CAPACITY :13.8 LTS
    MILEAGE : 15-20 kmpl

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    This is pragadeesh from Chennai....
    I owned a pulsar 150cc UG 4.5 engine last march month....
    I ripped my bike very fastly rite from day 2....
    My bike's mileage really sucks....
    Gives only 40 kmpl....
    Is there any remedy for that.....
    can I increase the mileage... without affecting the speed.....
    waiting for your reply captain.... thank u....

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    You should ALWAYS use matched tyres - even differences between models in the same brand will be different and you shouldn't mix and match unless you are an expert - and I mean a real expert - pro racer or similar.
    Tyre pressures for your bike are : 36psi front and rear. Unless your tyre manufacturer says different, use that figure. Unless all those things are right, you can't begin to diagnose handling issues.
    Good luck!

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    That is normal, most motorcycles run different size front and rear tyres. My BMW has a 21" in the front and a 17" in the rear. The tyre you buy should match your riding style. Don't get a race tyre if all you do is communting, the tyre will wear out too quickly. Expect to pay $150 or so for a rear tyre, perhaps a little less for the front. Mounting & balancing is normally $20-$50 per tyre. Many shops will not mount a tyre you bought somewhere else, keep that in mind if you order tyres from the internet.

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