Last edited by Julius Michael Honrada; 02-02-2017 at 06:32 PM.
The bike is running strong , its been a month and theres no leak
Hello, I'm sorry if it's off topic. But how much mileage does one normally get on Rx 135 4speed if he or she rides at 50-60km speed and mostly in the city? I know it's a performance bike but I don't ride fast. I just like the bike.
Mechanically sound RX135 with correct carb tuning (AF ratio) will deliver around 40 kmpl for a sedate rider. I'm always getting a little over 40 kmpl, with my driving style (50~60 kmph)
Same bike can be tuned to get close to (or little over) 50 kmpl, but that isn't recommended for an RX
2014 Nissan Sunny XVD | 2005 Suzuki Baleno LXi | 2009 Fiat Linea MJD Emotion (Sold) | 2007 Honda City ZX vtec (Sold)
2000 Yamaha RX135 5s | 1998 Yamaha RX135 4s-->5s | 19xx Yamaha RX100 | 2013 Yamaha Ray | 2012 TVS Scooty Streak
1998 Yamaha RX135 4s (Sold) | 1997 Yamaha RXG (Sold) | 1994 Yamaha RX100 (Sold)
Anyone knows where can i find replacement for this to make my speedometer work , do the speedometer needs electricity to work? right now i dont have it connected to the harness.
Anyone even if it came from another bike more modern is better because parts is easier to find?
Bro let me explain how the meter works.
There is a small ring inside near the front wheel hub known as speedometer pinion. When the front wheel rotates the pinion rotates which in turn is connected to the speedometer cable. When pinion rotates it will rotate the cable. When the cable rotates it will rotate the needle in the speedometer which is connected to it.
Now remove the front wheel and check which is fault and replace it. And for your info,a speedometer doesn't need electricity to work. When you're removing the wheel make sure you don't mess up with the brakes.
Hope this helps you.