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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    Has anyone here replaced the air filter with an aftermarket filter and faced warranty issues?
    Please reply.

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    Quote Originally Posted by thejester View Post
    Has anyone here replaced the air filter with an aftermarket filter and faced warranty issues?
    Please reply.

    filter wont void the warranty but whats the purpose of changing it ??
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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    I was in doubt but thanks for confirming it.
    As for the reason to change, it has increased performance by some extent.
    Throttle response has improved greatly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejester View Post
    I was in doubt but thanks for confirming it.
    As for the reason to change, it has increased performance by some extent.
    Throttle response has improved greatly.
    That's what they call a placebo effect! If you feel that throttle response has improved by a great extent, then the old filter must have been dirty.

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    Quote Originally Posted by theironhorse99 View Post
    filter wont void the warranty but whats the purpose of changing it ??
    Quote Originally Posted by thejester View Post
    Has anyone here replaced the air filter with an aftermarket filter and faced warranty issues?
    Please reply.
    Nor that svc checks it, But changing air filter Technically Voids the warranty .if the aftermarket filter is a simple duplicate of stock air filter and looks a like. Then go ahead and change it, otherwise, you have been warned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejester View Post
    I was in doubt but thanks for confirming it.
    As for the reason to change, it has increased performance by some extent.
    Throttle response has improved greatly.
    its just the mind playing games.. old filter was dirty as mentioned if you moved on to a K&N.. you are letting more dust getting inside that precious engine.. be careful
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    Quote Originally Posted by theironhorse99 View Post
    its just the mind playing games.. old filter was dirty as mentioned if you moved on to a K&N.. you are letting more dust getting inside that precious engine.. be careful
    Quote Originally Posted by Divya Sharan View Post
    That's what they call a placebo effect! If you feel that throttle response has improved by a great extent, then the old filter must have been dirty.
    Nope.
    Had tried a new stock filter.
    And then tried the pipercross one that I am using.
    I could immediately feel the difference.
    Also check out the pipercross fliter. Works well.

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    Which is the best oil for the 150r?
    Has anyone switched from the stock oil to any other?
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    Shell fully synthetic

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    Hi guys,
    A little OT question , but did not know where to post it so posting it here.
    I have been riding R15 since last 3.5 yrs and as soon as CBR 150 R was launched, was exited and instead of celebrating people started verbal battles and started mentioning pros and cons of each bike.


    one of which was an closed loop FI in CBR 150 R, as far as I know an closed loop uses the measurement of exhaust gases(using o2 sensor/Lambda sensor) for precise fueling. but there's a catch, a closed loop is used only in the initial RPM's i.e. below 60% of max RPM(according to BikeBoy.org - Fuel Injection Open Loop and Closed Loop) since CBR has 11.5 k as cutoff, the closed loop will work until somewhere around 5-5.5 k, and post this it works as a regular open loop(found in R15)


    Now here's my question, CBR being a short stroke has to revved hard to extract power (suggested by owners themselves, the shifting of gears has to be done post 5-5.5 k) so why is the CBR having a closed loop instead of open loop system when most of the time it will work post the required RPM of Closed Loop.


    right now trying to learn about FI's.

    P.S- I am not trying to start any vehicle battles here.


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