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Should i get a new exhaust pipe for my honda cbr 125 r if its really rusty from the front to the silencer.

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As long as their isnt any holes in the pipe it shouldn't be a problem. It woul just be a cosmetic problem.

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What is the peice of exhaust piped between the catalytic converter and the muffler called?


If you are reffering to what is in the picture below, the pipe between the Cat and the muffler is just simply exhaust pipe. BUT, the flanges on the ends of the pipe are called collectors. I hope this help and I will never visit London ;)

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1979 Honda XL 125, only 600 miles on it. The


you can get them re-cromed but its costly why not just paint them black with heat proof engine paing
they go rusty becouse of the heat in them and its a good con by honda to use realy cheap crome parts
just get some hight temp black paint the will still look good after this and its far better that red rusty pipes!

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I was told by a mechanic that there was no restriction in the exhaust or in the variator, wheres the restriction then?


Usually the CDI. If you have meet the requirements to operate the bike without the restrictions, then the dealer would be glad to change out the CDI, etc. It is not that costly.
Then you can see the benefits from changing pipes, sprokets, etc.
Hope this helps,

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Dec 09, 2009 | 2006 Honda CBR 125 R

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hi no special tools needed to change the pads on this bike

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Jun 24, 2009 | 2005 Honda CBR 125 R

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CBR125 sounds like cack in the rain.


maybe its just a guess that your front tire is throwing a lot of water up inside the engine near the exhaust collector or something.

Jun 20, 2009 | 2005 Honda CBR 125 R

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

Apr 23, 2009 | 2005 Honda CBR 125 R

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remove the belly pan,undo the radiator there are 2 bolts either side of the manifold undo these and the bolt at the rear near the silencer. the exhaust should now be able to be removed.

Mar 11, 2009 | 2004 Honda CBR 125 R

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I am new to motorcycle, how do I take the rear or front wheel out


put bike on motorcycle lift and secure. take off exhaust silencer on right side.remove rear caliper from swingarm. jack bike carefully,loosen axle nut and pullout axle.remove chain from rear sprocket.drop wheel down & back.

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