By: Anonymous: Mohamed ()  Tuesday, 27 September 2011 @ 07:06 PM ICT (Read 3706 times)  

I bough a new Honda CBR250R two months back. Things were fine till the first service but soon after that the bike's digital meter gauge as a whole began to vibrate at slow speeds. I am not sure about high speeds as I have using my Honda Wave 125 within the city limits. My heart breaks when I hear and feel those vibrations. The Honda dealer says it's normal, but why it didn't vibrate the first two months?

By: ThaiDesign (offline)  Wednesday, 28 September 2011 @ 07:02 AM ICT  

Have you thoroughly checked all the nuts and bolts that keep the instrument console in place? Also, check if the rubber mountings and grommets are in place.

   

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By: Anonymous: Trotinette ()  Monday, 13 February 2012 @ 01:13 PM ICT  

Hello,

I got the same problem and asked the local mechanics to fix. It was the chain he said... No wonder that nothing changed
Basically I got two main problems, a rattle noise coming from the front body parts vibrating against the chassis, they could solve it. The other issue was vibrations and loss of power + engine stalling. The engine was like misfiring.
I complained again and the local Area Service Adviser came and changed some parts, I can speak Thai but not good enough to understand all their explanations.
This did not solve the problem, and I had to send a letter to the Main Office. They sent another technician (I am not going to repeat all the rubbish I heard from the Local Area Service Adviser -or what they call themselves) and he fixed my bike, but for a short period of time. Now my bike is in Samut Prakan (the factory?) and I am waiting for it
I am sorry ThaiDesign but I expect the mechanics to take care of nuts and so on (all the nuts and bolts , rubber mountings and grommets)
You will see on other forums that we are not the only ones with problems. I believe this could be due to a kind of childhood diseases of a new product, but this is not my problem. The money I gave them did not have any disease...

By: Anonymous: Trotinette ()  Monday, 13 February 2012 @ 01:23 PM ICT  

Well,
I'm sorry, I forgot to introduce myself.
I am Belgian and I live in Sriracha Chonburi.
I work as a school administrator and have been here for more than eight years now.
My mother tongue is French.

I bought my bike around May June last year and have been struggling since September. The problems started when the bike was not even 4 000 km.
I hope they will be able (have been able as I got a message saying they fixed everything) to solve my problem.
Do I need to add that I have my deepest doubts about it?

By: ThaiDesign (offline)  Monday, 13 February 2012 @ 01:28 PM ICT  

You are right, the mechanics that assembled your motorcycle should have checked if all screws, bolts and nuts are secure...

I hope that the factory mechanics at Honda Samut Prakan will fix your CBR250R soon, normally it doesn't take longer than 2 weeks.Honda CBR

   

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