Derry ZX7-R wrote
Throw it off a cliff..........it should hit 70 if its high enough
Buy an aprillia RS125.............................NICE
is it a good idea to job the exhast pipe off and start dismantleing it and taking random things out?
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try changing the clutch on it and tightening the springs..?i had a PS125i on loan for a month and i found its clutch was wank on accelerating, but on cruising it wasnt far bad getting 65-70 on flat road with no wind...
frandii wrote (see)
doesnt do nothin tho taking out the baffels ,, apart from make it sound like an off road bike
How old were you on the twenty second of June two thousand and three?
haha i like the cliff idea
do ur a2 and get a 33bhp nail?
If the Earth is the size of a pea in Britain, then the Sun is a beachball 50m away, Pluto is 4km away, and the next nearest star is in Tokyo. Now shrink Pluto's orbit into a coffee cup, then our Milky Way Galaxy fills North America
The clue is in the name CITYFLY.
I had one of these about 10 years ago and it was perfect for commuting into central London from out St Albans way. Tall riding position, good acceleration away from the lights, and decent fuel economy. I never got much above 40 due to the amount of traffic, so riding the Fireblade I also owned at the time for the commute was fairly pointless.
However, I do believe there is a cone shaped restrictor just inside the exhaust pipe near the header which falls out easily, athough I never tried it and doubt you'd get much in terms of performance messing about with it. Bear in mind if you DO mess about with it, and make a horlicks of it, you might not get much from a potential future buyer who'd want the bike for the same reason I owned one.
I'd leave it alone and wait for a bigger bike.
Here is a workshop manual for CityFly
Has anyone got city fly 125 manual? Please, help!!
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