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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Hey has anyone come across the new Michelin road 5 tyres? Heard some good things about em.

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Quote Originally Posted by Deathwing View Post
    Hey has anyone come across the new Michelin road 5 tyres? Heard some good things about em.
    Has good life and performance but very expensive.

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Quote Originally Posted by Arjun2019 View Post
    Has good life and performance but very expensive.
    How much more expensive compared to the pilot street radials?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathwing View Post
    How much more expensive compared to the pilot street radials?
    The pilot street radials on my rr310 costs about 9-10k both front and back.

    Road 5 can easily go anywhere between 21-25k for both front and back.

    I would suggest the pilot street radials unless you want crazy handling and cornering.

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    Hi everyone. I was wondering what should be a safe fuel level for a CBR. I usually re-fuel when the reserve starts blinking but I'm not sure if it's the correct time..
    Do let me know what you guys think..
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    That's the right procedure. Refill as soon as the last bar is blinking. When the bar is blinking, it means you're starting to consuming the reserve fuel itself, which is 2.9 liters.

    It's always a good practice to refill when the last bar blinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siddhanth Paul View Post
    Hi everyone. I was wondering what should be a safe fuel level for a CBR. I usually re-fuel when the reserve starts blinking but I'm not sure if it's the correct time..
    Do let me know what you guys think..
    I usually fill the tank up at half tank indication, and I always make it a point to fill the tank up whenever I do go for filling up.
    This makes sure of 3 things,
    Firstly, you never have to worry about fuel pump burning itself out due to less fuel
    Secondly, you won't have to search around for a pump in case you have a situation where you need to get going to someplace at any odd hours when most pumps might not be open/serviceable
    Thirdly, avoids tank rusting issues to a great extent, this is of course considering the fuel does not just sit there with the bike not being used.

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Quote Originally Posted by Siddhanth Paul View Post
    Hi everyone. I was wondering what should be a safe fuel level for a CBR. I usually re-fuel when the reserve starts blinking but I'm not sure if it's the correct time..
    Do let me know what you guys think..
    In the city, I re-fuel (to a full tank) a few kms after the third bar disappears. I have been doing this since I bought my bike with occasional exceptions. Typically, this state is about ~7-8 litres short of the full tank. This is my sweet spot. No anxiety of running low on fuel - I know I can still go about 50-55 kms before the first bar starts blinking.

    I follow a similar rule while I am on the highway. However, if I am about to enter a ghat section or unknown town, I prefer to keep my tank more than half-full at all times.
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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Keep the bike from blinking at 1 bar is safe but if the last bar starts blinking better to fill up asap.

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    I am getting "kat" sound whenever i use hard brake. I never face this kind of problem before whenever use front break. I think i am hearing this sound when handlebar move slightly upside because front wheel stop and moment didn't.
    Is it normal for hard braking also i hear noise from front suspension like chu chu. I check front suspension no oil leak

    Btw i am using CBR 150R
    Odo is 33k


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