By: Anonymous: Bon () Thursday, 23 October 2008 @ 07:05 AM ICT (Read 9466 times)
I own a 2007 Honda CBR150R. The problem is that the clutch sometimes slips gears and the bike doesn't feel peppy at low revs. Also, above 4000rpm the engine feels noisy and rough especially while riding on highways.
Is it possible to alter the gearing to make the bike run at lower revs? Would changing the sprockets make it smoother? What effect will this have on efficiency and acceleration? I had read that some other comparable bikes have taller ratios. How is this beneficial?
By: Anonymous: Grace () Friday, 24 October 2008 @ 08:01 AM ICT
Gearing is dependent on your sprockets. Put in a rear sprocket with one or two teeth less and your bike will feel smoother since your gear ratios become taller. The benefits of taller gear ratios are slight increase in average and top speed of the Honda CBR 150, with a slight drop in initial acceleration.
If you live in a mountain region of Thailand you maybe want to stay with stock sprocket.
By: Anonymous: MR Tan Vistra () Sunday, 02 November 2008 @ 03:57 PM ICT
My name Tan Vistra, Malaysia KL, i have buy Honda CBR 150 RR, cdi strandart, i need to know, any friends may recomend me to updated my bike?
because now? my bike only can speed 150 - 160 only,..
may i modifiy? my bike?
i thing in THai? a lot spare part honda?
please contact me?
Can someone help me? I want buy cbr 150 cc spare part in thailand but I want buy online becauce I in indonesia
I want know where can buy it and the store can send to me in indo
Can u or someone give me the web addres to buy cbr spare part?
Emai to me my email Tommy_wijaya84@yahoo.com
Sorry my inggris is not good