Question about Honda NSR 125 R Motorcycles
Kindly see the website www.herohonda.com and in that you can find the list of dealers and distributors location, from that list you can get the area of parts availability.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Take your side fairing off. Undo the left hand engine casing, take off chain guard. Under this there will be a gasket and two 12mm bolts holding the motor in place. Undo these and take the motor off...
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
A /REMOVE CLIPON HANDLE BARS FROM THE BIKE BY UNDOING ALLEN BOLTS AND SLIDE UPWARS AND OFF
B/JACK BIKE UP SO FRONT WHEEL IS OFF THE GROUND
C/UNDO SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY THE TWO BIG CAPS TOP OF THE SUSPENSION TUBES/
THIS CAREFULLY AS THEY ARE UNDER PRESSURE FROM SPRINGS
C/SLIDE OUT THE SPRINGS ITS BEST TO DO ONE SIDE AT A TIME SO YOU DONT GET THE SPRINGS MIXED UP ALSO REMEMBER WICH WAY UP THEY WERE TOP IS NARROW SPACED
D/ REMOVE FRONT WHEEL
E/ UNDO FORK HOLDING BOLTS AND SLIDE OUT THE SUSPENSION
F/GET A BUCKET AND TURN UPSIDE DOWN SLIDE THE TUBE IN AND OUT TO REMOVE OLD OIL
G/ REFIT TUBES THE GROOVE AT THE TOP OF THE FORK TUBE IS LINED WITH THE TOP OF THE YOKES
TIGHTEN UP ALL BOLTS REPLACE SPRINGS AND FILL FORKS WITH 280ML OF OIL EACH SIDE FINALY REPLACE CAPS AND TIGHTEN DOWN CAREFULLY REFIT CLIPON HANDLEBARS RE FIT WHEEL JOB DONE
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
place the ignition key in the helmet lock keyhole (rear left hand side of the seat) turn half a turn so that the helmet lock slides down (now you know where to leave your helmet when you have to leave it with the bike). BEHIND that hook (closest to the wheel side) is another one. That will now push down on a sprung return. The seat should pop up but if it's a bit snug then whilst pushing down on the catch (to keep it released) gently pull up the rear of the seat. Now the lock is disengaged slide it backwards 2 cms and all the other retainers will slide out. Hey presto seat and bike have now parted company. Good luck putting it back on it's harder to get all the slidy bits to re-engage (particularly the two in the middle that have to slide onto two "pegs").
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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