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Is Honda CG125 chain over-tight?

MCN, 09 August 2011 15:28

Q. When I spin the back tyre of my Honda CG125 in neutral I can hear a rumble and sometimes when I change down gears and don’t blip the throttle to match engine speed I get a “clanking” noise like the chain is slipping on the sprocket. I have set the chain tension to 20mm on the centrestand as it ...

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Honda Varadero ignition problem

Anonymous, 29 March 2011 11:03

My 2009 Honda Varadero 1000cc has an intermittent random fault that happens maybe once a day or once a week or several times a day.When I switch the ignition on, the light comes on, but there's no fuel pump noise and the light stays on. When I push the starter the engine doesn't fire. If I turn it off, take ...

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BOS exhaust for Honda CB1000R

Michael Carroll, 04 December 2008 15:34

Add some MotoGP style to your Honda CB1000R motorcycle with this new end-can from BOS. The GTS-R silencer measures 300mm long, weighs 3.1kg, and boosts power and torque by 3.2hp and 4Nm throughout the rev range. It is road legal, but has a removable baffle for track days. Compare and buy motorcycle exhausts A stainless steel can costs £369, and ...

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The 10 best parts for the Honda Hornet

James Keen, 10 October 2008 11:00

The Honda Hornet has earned a massive following worldwide, mostly because it's such a jack of all trades, used and loved by everyone from daily commuters to the instructors at Rapid Training. Here's a run down of the top ten accessories for the Hornet, as recommended by the forum users at www.hondahornet.co.uk. The Honda Hornet is undoubtedly a cult bike and was ...

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R&G release first tail tidy for 2008 Honda Fireblade

Chris Newbigging, 29 February 2008 14:43

Dumping the ugly rear number plate hanger on the new Honda Fireblade isn’t simple – the long hanger is moulded into the stock tool tray, so it’s not a quick bolt-off. R&G have been working flat out with one of the first bikes in the UK and are the first to create a replacement tail tidy that tucks the plate ...

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