to the cart »

Interesting offers:

Motorbuch-Verlag repair manual Bucheli german Honda CBR 125 R until 2010

Order ID 68010101540
More Views

Motorbuch-Verlag repair manual Bucheli german Honda CBR 125 R until 2010

Order ID 68010101540
Shipping & delivery
Product Questions

In 2004, Honda presented a brand new 125 with a water-cooled 4-stroke engine. Thanks to its sporty modelling, the new CBR 125 R looked far more grown-up than the small 125 engine would have you think. But Honda’s reward for investing heavily in their 2-wheeled junior wasn’t long in coming: the new CBR 125 R conquered not only its class from the word go but also became the market leader among light motorbikes. In 2007, the CBR 125 R was equipped for the future by the addition of petrol injection, a lambda sensor and a regulated catalytic converter. Thanks to Honda’s proverbial reliability and attention to detail, the CBR 125 R quickly established itself as a sporty universal motorbike that can be a faithful servant to its owner over many years when cared for properly. But despite optimum maintenance and care, there can be times on the streets of this world when a problem crops up and there is no Honda workshop nearby, and for that this book was written.

This handbook includes the following chapters:
– press review: how the CBR 125 R fared in the tests in the magazines “Motorrad”, “Motorradfahrer” and “MO”
– the appropriate tools for use in the hobby workshop and special mechanics’ tips
– settings and maintenance
– detailed step-by-step explanations of how to carry out your own maintenance and servicing
– all the approved tyres for the Honda CBR 125 R from Bridgestone, Continental, Dunlop and IRC
– professionally removing/replacing wheels
– caring for, maintaining and repairing the brakes
– adjusting the steering, changing the fork oil
– removing/replacing suspension strut and swingarm
– maintaining, caring for and charging the battery
– checking the charging and ignition system
– checking the lights and changing bulbs
– changing fuses and relays
– fuel system: cleaning the air filter, adjusting the carburettor, troubleshooting the injection system
– removing/fitting the exhaust system
– lubricating system: the right motor oil for the single-cylinder bike, changing the oil yourself
– checking and adjusting valve clearance
– correctly maintaining the chain, fitting a new chain
– maintenance, care, dismantling and repair of the clutch and gears
– repairing the starter motor
– detailed troubleshooting guide with instructions and tips for repair
– extensive table containing technical data, exact setting values and wear limits
– the most important tightening torques
– important addresses in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
– large-format switching diagrams as fold-out pages

Franz Josef Schermer
ISBN: 978-3-7168-2090-2
Binding: paperback
Pages: 176
Format: 210 x 280 mm
Published: 02/2008