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How do i fit a clutch cable to a honda cbr 125?

The clutch cable snapped need to fit a new one. how do i do that?

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The clutch cable is fitted to the lever and the clutch arm on the top of the crank case beside the oil cap. Remove old cable (remove side fairing if you need to for access to cable end) slacken the new cable adjusters as much as possible fit to the clucth arm on the engine and fit to its seat route the cable the same as the old one up to the clutch lever, fit the cable end to the lever, hold the cable sleve tight pull the lever to strech the cable and drop into the lever seat, adjust the cable for 2mm of free play at the lever before the cable is pulled

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Just scream at it

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    Eddie Coyle Dec 05, 2012

    just scream at it ... as i have done ...

    wish someone would video this n stick it on youtube....

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SOURCE: Hona CBR 125r exhaust

remove the belly pan,undo the radiator there are 2 bolts either side of the manifold undo these and the bolt at the rear near the silencer. the exhaust should now be able to be removed.

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SOURCE: information on a honda cbr 125

The owners manual is online here: http://www.mmra.org.uk/marci/cbr125/Honda_CBR_125R_Owners_Manual.pdf

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SOURCE: how to change Honda CBR 125 air filter

yes you do need to take the tank off, first the seat needs to be removed,then there is a bolt holding the tank, then there are 4 pipes that are with the tank mark down on paper where you av moved them from, so you can replace them back to nornall.

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SOURCE: what oil do i put in my honda cbr 125?

I believe the manual calls for 10w40 GN4 Honda oil. Any 10w40 motorcycle oil should be okay. I run Shell Rotella T 5w40 synthetic in both of my bikes and it seems to work very well. Stay away from the car oils with the "energy conserving" labels as the can cause the clutch to slip.

Hope this helps.

Bob

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SOURCE: for a honda 125 cbr how often do I change the oil

oil change: every 1000km
oil type: silkolene comp 4 10w/30
quanity oil: 1000mls

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