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  • CBZ xtreme / Hunk

    Hero Honda CBZ xtreme



    Engine

    Type Air cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder OHC
    Displacement 149.2 cc
    Max. Power 10.6 KW (14.4 Ps) @ 8500 rpm
    Max. Torque 12.80 N m @ 6500 rpm
    Bore x Stroke 57.3 x 57.8 mm
    Carburettor CV type with carburetor controlled variable ignition
    Starting Self Start
    Ignition AMI - Advanced Microprocessor Ignition Sy

    Transmission & Chassis
    ElectricalsDimensions

    Length 2080mm
    Width 765mm
    Height 1145mm
    Wheelbase 1325 mm
    Ground Clearance 145 mm
    Fuel Tank Capacity 12.1 litre (Min)
    Reserve 1.5 litre (Usable reserve)
    Kerb Weight 148 kg (Brakes - FR/ RR --> Disc/ Drum)



    Hero Honda Hunk




    Engine
    Transmission & Chassis
    ElectricalsDimensions

    Length 2080 mm
    Width 765 mm
    Wheelbase 1325 mm
    Saddle Height 795 mm
    Ground Clearance 145 mm
    Fuel Tank Capacity 12.4 litres (Minimum)
    Reserve 2.2 litres (Usable Reserve)
    Kerb Weight 146 kgs
    Minimum Turning 2.20 mtrs.










    Why not we use this thread for ownership experiences of cbz extreme and hunk owners this taught came in my mind since both the sibblings share the same heart why not have one thread instead of two.

    So all cbz extreme and hunk owners start flowing your ownership reviews in this thread, i will update my 11,000km review which is pending since long time now

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    Last edited by sunilg; 12-03-2012, 04:37 PM.
    "Engine tuning is not an exact science, but with some practice and patience you'll get comfortable with your skill and be able tune for any conditions mother nature throws at you"


    Still the Boss -- RX 135

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    • #3
      i think no one has problems with CBZ Xtreme...thats why this thread is empty...

      my reviews on my Xtreme and R15 are availble on my blog, www.mominriaz.net
      2007 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
      2008 - Yamaha YZF R15
      2009 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
      2013 - KTM 390 Duke
      2017 - Yamaha FZ25

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      • #4
        CBZ Extreme and Hunk both are typical HH bikes. Low on mantainence and low on problems.

        its 7K kms and 8 months, no issues with my Hunk at all!
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        • #5
          i sold off my Xtreme at 16K kms due to accident, No probs at anytime. liked it very much.
          2007 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
          2008 - Yamaha YZF R15
          2009 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
          2013 - KTM 390 Duke
          2017 - Yamaha FZ25

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          • #6
            Originally posted by riazmomin View Post
            i sold off my Xtreme at 16K kms due to accident, No probs at anytime. liked it very much.
            lier!

            @all

            he sold his xtreme to get the R15
            07 HH Zma
            11 Honda Aviator DLX
            14 Ford Figo 1.4 TDCI (Now Caged:( )
            16 Scooty Zest
            11 CBR 250R

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            • #7
              Originally posted by onlinesatish View Post
              lier!

              @all

              he sold his xtreme to get the R15
              i wud love to keep both of them...
              good signature
              2007 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
              2008 - Yamaha YZF R15
              2009 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
              2013 - KTM 390 Duke
              2017 - Yamaha FZ25

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              • #8
                Originally posted by riazmomin View Post
                i wud love to keep both of them...
                good signature
                thx...bro.....my siggy was ur idea if u remember

                where is ur cbzx now?
                07 HH Zma
                11 Honda Aviator DLX
                14 Ford Figo 1.4 TDCI (Now Caged:( )
                16 Scooty Zest
                11 CBR 250R

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                • #9
                  Hey all,

                  I am getting a noise from my chain..................took it to the HH showroom.................they said it was because of less lubrication which they apparently claimed to fix....................but still now whnever i am shifting between gears 1 and 2 it gives a noise........katakat.............sorry for the sound effects.....................any idea wats goin on..........
                  Authority is not the Truth.....Truth is the Authority

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                  • #10
                    Forgot to mentuion its HHH................Hero Honda Hunk
                    Authority is not the Truth.....Truth is the Authority

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                    • #11
                      ^^After lubrication the chain tends to get loose get it tightened asap

                      P.S : Stop typing....like .....this.... just.... a..... suggestion....
                      "Engine tuning is not an exact science, but with some practice and patience you'll get comfortable with your skill and be able tune for any conditions mother nature throws at you"


                      Still the Boss -- RX 135

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                      • #12
                        err....will....stop....doing that..
                        Authority is not the Truth.....Truth is the Authority

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                        • #13
                          I think all NEW CBZ Xtreme is out in showrooms.
                          2007 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
                          2008 - Yamaha YZF R15
                          2009 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
                          2013 - KTM 390 Duke
                          2017 - Yamaha FZ25

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                          • #14
                            I have owned my cbz-x (red) for around 1 Year 6 Months now and I like the bike. I'v had no problems with it so far and maintaining it is cheap. It gives a mileage of 45-50 which is really nice in my eyes. I'm not a heavy user and for a city like Mumbai it serves its purpose of being able to pull away from the pack in a signal and manuver through standstill traffic with ease. I'v touched 110 on the bike and found that it reaches 95-100 without strain after which it tends to crawl or zoom depending on the road (incline flat decline) etc.

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                            • #15
                              Initial Ride Report

                              As I have told somewhere in the forum that after parting with my ZMA I have acquired myself a Panther Black HH Hunk. It was not willing decision but sometimes you have to surrender to the circumstances but lets not get emotional and come to the point. I took the delivery of the bike on Sunday evening with 2 kms on odo, and in last 3 days I have covered 150 kms, want to complete the running in on ASAP basis so that I can ride with no strings attached.

                              Will be keep updating the further developments on this thread, this thread seems to be an orphan so I am adopting it.
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                              Yes, i blog too..

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