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    Default Re: Honda CBR 150 R

    Honda launched a new CBR150R(updated sticker). Is the old one still available?? Any idea anyone???

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    Default Any CBR150R owners here???

    I am so interested to buy that bike.....or am I the only one?? Please does anybody own a cbr?? Is it a worthy opponent against the R15 v2?? Someone help me!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakku View Post
    I am so interested to buy that bike.....or am I the only one?? Please does anybody own a cbr?? Is it a worthy opponent against the R15 v2?? Someone help me!!!
    If you are trying to race against a r15, it isn't worth. But, if you are trying to compare them on user comfort, go for a cbr. I feel awkward speaking on comfort on performance-oriented bikes.
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    Hello everyone. I'm new to CBR150. It's been 20 days since I got her and I clocked 2 major long drives, stretching 300 km each. I've clocked speeds 120+ in a smooth acceleration pattern. I've jerked the engine very little. However, I feel the chain has slacked considerably. Or has it been so since stock? I can't say. But I can hear the chain running on metal every time I clutch in. Was this normal?

    Secondly, I was clocking around 80+ in 4th gear and 8k when I was shifting to 5th in the quick clutch running down to 6k and when I throttle, I noticed that the gearing didn't happen. I had to clutch in again and repeat the throttle. Basically, I felt like the chain slipped off and the gear skipped. Can anyone suggest how to avoid this? It's very important as, in one of the couple of times this happened, I was overtaking into a decent space and I wouldn't risk being hit by a monster from behind.
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    Hey Guys... How is everyone! I am facing a problem in my baby blade... It is swirling left and right while running... It doesn't happen all the time but once i apply (even not so hard) brakes... The bike starts to swivel left n right ... Doesn't remain straight! Gotta put a lot of effort to keep it straight...!! Yesterday I showed it to the ASC people, they said they couldn't detect the problem, even though I explained it to them in a detailed manner... They test rode it n still couldn't figure out... What could be the problem guys.? Does anyone else happen to ever suffer with this problem? Need a solution guys

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    I have noticed that when I let go of the handlebars at around 70-80kmph on a straight, they start wobbling (like in very minor tank slapper motions). This never happened till around 20k kms on the odo, the bike was rock steady on straights. The issue seems to have started recently (since around 22-23k kms). Have tested it on a variety of roads, but the results were the same. I checked the tyre pressure and looked for punctures but there are no such niggles with the bike.
    I'd like to clarify beforehand, that my problem is NOT that it is risky to leave the handlebars at 70-80 kmph because of the vibrations. We aren't supposed to do that anyway. I want to know what has gone wrong, because I feel this is affecting the stability of my ride as well, which could have severe consequences if I end up in the wrong place at the wrong time, and I wish to get her back to her original state ASAP. Please advise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelgreen View Post
    I have noticed that when I let go of the handlebars at around 70-80kmph on a straight, they start wobbling (like in very minor tank slapper motions). This never happened till around 20k kms on the odo, the bike was rock steady on straights. The issue seems to have started recently (since around 22-23k kms). Have tested it on a variety of roads, but the results were the same. I checked the tyre pressure and looked for punctures but there are no such niggles with the bike.
    I'd like to clarify beforehand, that my problem is NOT that it is risky to leave the handlebars at 70-80 kmph because of the vibrations. We aren't supposed to do that anyway. I want to know what has gone wrong, because I feel this is affecting the stability of my ride as well, which could have severe consequences if I end up in the wrong place at the wrong time, and I wish to get her back to her original state ASAP. Please advise!
    Kindly check your steering head bearings. It's mostly likely the root cause of the problem.
    Second best thing to check is tyres.
    Have seen few similar issues with ninja 300 and changing the bearings resolved the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelgreen View Post
    I have noticed that when I let go of the handlebars at around 70-80kmph on a straight, they start wobbling (like in very minor tank slapper motions). This never happened till around 20k kms on the odo, the bike was rock steady on straights. The issue seems to have started recently (since around 22-23k kms). Have tested it on a variety of roads, but the results were the same. I checked the tyre pressure and looked for punctures but there are no such niggles with the bike.
    I'd like to clarify beforehand, that my problem is NOT that it is risky to leave the handlebars at 70-80 kmph because of the vibrations. We aren't supposed to do that anyway. I want to know what has gone wrong, because I feel this is affecting the stability of my ride as well, which could have severe consequences if I end up in the wrong place at the wrong time, and I wish to get her back to her original state ASAP. Please advise!
    Kindly check your steering head bearings. It's mostly likely the root cause of the problem.
    Second best thing to check is tyres.
    Have seen few similar issues with ninja 300 and changing the bearings resolved the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chans02 View Post
    Kindly check your steering head bearings. It's mostly likely the root cause of the problem.
    Second best thing to check is tyres.
    Have seen few similar issues with ninja 300 and changing the bearings resolved the issue.
    Will look into that, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manu Gupta View Post
    Hey Guys... How is everyone! I am facing a problem in my baby blade... It is swirling left and right while running... It doesn't happen all the time but once i apply (even not so hard) brakes... The bike starts to swivel left n right ... Doesn't remain straight! Gotta put a lot of effort to keep it straight...!! Yesterday I showed it to the ASC people, they said they couldn't detect the problem, even though I explained it to them in a detailed manner... They test rode it n still couldn't figure out... What could be the problem guys.? Does anyone else happen to ever suffer with this problem? Need a solution guys
    Hai... im also having the same problem. .. bike wobbles during breaking. Im also having some problems with the rear break. . ASC technician says break pad is ok but bike will stop 5-10 mts after applying break. .. front break is perfectly fine. .. any solutions please

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