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The Myth And the Facts
|The Myth And the Facts|
|Me Axe Great ! said 2005-08-07 07:54|
The one thing that needs to be updated is as follows. The KB 125 has the following specs.
Max RPM 7500
Max Speed: 112 Kmph at 6350 RPM (on my bike, calibrated using an original enfield tachometer retro fitted to the Kaw.)
Tips And Tricks:
1) Golden Rule. Drop a gear if possible 2 if you plan on kissin the tarmac in a tight turn.
2) Never the rip the throttle, let the bike cross the idle speed at 45kmph and then just dip the throttle a bit and then pull up at a medium notch, say about one turn in a swipe and that should show you the remarkable this beast houses in it. (It shoots to 65 straight on mine and in second gear I had my %!¤in the air quite a number of times as the front wheel tends to lift off about six inches clear for atleast 5 to 10 metres.
3) The biggest fact. You cant get a engine head job done because it is an alunmiunm bore head and needs the whole unit along with the psiton to be replaced.
Enjoy biking mates!
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