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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    Will here in philippines, factory oil is mineral oil

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    I think many here would agree with me when I say that the footpegs on the bike are not the best.(not spring loaded)
    So what I wanted to ask was that if anyone here has changed them? Like replaced them with, say those of the 250r?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapak View Post
    Will here in philippines, factory oil is mineral oil

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    In that case, shifting to semi synth after 1 k shouldn't pose a problem. Because, Honda designed the engine to work with FS oil as standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanabijou View Post
    Daniel - yes - absolutely a loose chain can produce that kind of vibration, as Divya Sharan corroborates. And yes - you need to follow the chain slack guidelines indicated in your owner's manual, and regularly clean and lube your chain. The chain doesn't technically stretch, it wears and that contributes to its extra length. Not sure if the stock chain in India is a non O-ring type chain. If it is - you will find that switching to an O-ring chain or perhaps even better - an X-ring chain - will extend the life of the chain considerably leading to less wear. (D.I.D. make great chains). Of course - you'll still have to clean and lube it. I use a rag and spray the chain with kerosene (it's safe to use with O-ring and X-ring chains) and wrap the rag around the chain and slowly turn the rear wheel with my other hand to clean all the links. After cleaning it - I spray it with Dupont Chain Saver. It goes on as a liquid, but quickly dries as a waxy substance. When dry - it not only lubricates the chain, but its slippery nature helps prevent dirt from sticking to it - and seems to keep it clean longer.
    The stock chain coming with 150R is ordinary one , not O-ring type. I think 250R is coming with O-ring chain.
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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    Can we adjust idle rpm of our cbr? if yes. How?

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    Quote Originally Posted by rapak View Post
    Can we adjust idle rpm of our cbr? if yes. How?

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    I don't know how.
    Mostly by some ECU re mapping i guess... But more than that., am curious as to why you need to adjust that?


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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    I mean 1.6 to 1.9 idle is a bit high for me, would like it to be 1.2 so is to save fuel when warming up the engine, and what fs would you recomend? Motul 7100 or 300v?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapak View Post
    I mean 1.6 to 1.9 idle is a bit high for me, would like it to be 1.2 so is to save fuel when warming up the engine, and what fs would you recomend? Motul 7100 or 300v?

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    The engine should idle at 1300-1600 RPM during cold starts, else 1100-1200 RPM.
    We can't adjust it. It needs a remap. Carb'ed bikes had the freedom to adjust idle/AFR.

    Shell Advanced (10W40 FS) is good.

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    Mine is always at 1600-1900 rpm, im using shell ax5 at the moment

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    I have replaced my chain sprocket set twice since i bought in august 2012, i use to adjust slackness and lube it regularly but the life of chain nd frnt sprocket goes down soon
    After replacing the new one, i can hear the cruck cruck cruck noise/vibration like a wornout sprocket

    Am i the only person facing issue or anybody else?

    Wat is the possible reasons?

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