Question about Hero Honda Motorcycles
I'm using hero honda cd 100, and my bike engine stops itself whenever I reduce my vehicle speed. please give me a solution.
Would recommend to clean your carb out as the pilotjet and or channels to this could be blocked.
Posted on Feb 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
That sounds like a fair price to me concidering the costs involved.
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Posted on Aug 03, 2009
it looks like you have worn clutch plates very common on learner bikes. but do try to adjust the clutch cable first by winding the adjuster on the clutch lever. if this fails drain the eng oil and remove the left hand eng cover to get at the clutch plates. remove the springs by turning retaining bolts about 6 of them. then your clutch plates will slide out off the drum any bent steel plates even a little replace. any dark or burnt friction plates also replace, usually done all in one go and quite cheap to do . fit new parts in exactly reverse order dont forget new oil re set cable and off you go p.s also check clutch basket for tiny notches from plate wear if very little a gentle file will sort this
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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This Happen because you Air & Acceleration screw are not porperly set as bike need for that This may be Low ration than You bike Need for Good Power
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
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