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Honda NSR Hornet 125


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wah dis used to be my dream bike when primary sch.

still like it. but the front end (forks n brake) a bit funny feeling uh?

 

if i have dis bike i'll change to usd forks wif better brake n disc,

and change to a very nice one seater.

 

anyway wat is the top speed ah?

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i am owning this bike.It is faster than SP.It is because of connecting rod problems that it rides slow.Engine fatigue.Those riding this bike PM me.

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i am owning this bike.It is faster than SP.It is because of connecting rod problems that it rides slow.Engine fatigue.Those riding this bike PM me.

 

 

ahakz.... i do ride the bike.... bigger n better then sp... pick up wise really fast.... SuPeR sPrInT:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:

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i am owning one.Do you want to know more?

 

R U THE ONE TAT NITE I PAST BY U AT TEMASEK POLY??? CANT REMEMBER THE PLATE NUMBER BUT I REMEMBER THE BIKE ITS RED IN COLOR WITH NO FAIRING ON IT....

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Yes.The Honda NSR is a bike with a presence from 1987 all the way to 2001.The Italian NSR has two models,the square eyed and the Fox eyed.The thailand NSR are the circle eyed and tear drop eyed.

 

Honda NSR 125

1987-1993=Kick starter version with JC 20 Engine configuration

1994= Electric starter version and last batch of JC 20 Engine configuration

1995-2001=Electric starter version with JC 22 Engine configuration

 

Honda NSR 150

1997=After winning ASEAN Cup,Thailand enhanced the Italian patent to produce the 150cc RR version.Double swingarm and double circular headlights.

1999=Further engineering took flight to produce an enduro style of sportsbike.Muck like Ducati,BMW GS and Honda's very own NC45(RVF).The result was 150cc SP.

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3) PIAGGIO X9 180 FU6124E (full ownership)

11th May 2010 - current

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You might be wondering what JC 20 and JC 22 might be?

I will go into that the very next time I log in

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R U THE ONE TAT NITE I PAST BY U AT TEMASEK POLY??? CANT REMEMBER THE PLATE NUMBER BUT I REMEMBER THE BIKE ITS RED IN COLOR WITH NO FAIRING ON IT....

 

Yes.You are spot on!I am the said person.My bike is red and my fairing is undergoing a nice spray work.

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I am undergoing teacher training that is why I was at Temasek Poly.

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It is one crazy bike.With the powervalve on,it is a rocker

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JC 20 has got enhanced engine port dimensions.

 

JC 22 has got reduced engine port dimensions

 

However,nothing else had been changed.Not even the piston specifications

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That means you could use the pistons of the Aprilia RS 125, Cagiva Mito 125, Yamaha TZR 125 and even other 125CC with 54mm diameter.The height of piston would be 54.5mm.

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It is possible to cut out the bridge underneath the pistons to make sure that the crank is fully unobstructed.

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Form what I had observed,the engine bearings of Yamaha Y125Z also fits!Quite amazing.

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The dimensions are similar for bikes produced around that time

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Just to point out just after Thailand took the patent and before creating it's 150cc,it came out with Honda FXR 150.Single headlight that resembles a Kawasaki KR 150.

 

The FXR 150 is almost as rare as the NSR 125.If there is anyone riding this bike,we should all the more join each other for outings.Our numbers are small which makes us yet one of a kind.I know of a friend who rides one such machine.Do not mistake the FXR to be different,it is actually an NSR.Just like how we know it as Honda Wave 125 here,in Europe it is known as Honda Anova 125,indonesia it is Honda Supra 125.

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11th May 2010 - current

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