Motorcycle Brake Shoe for Cg125

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Drum Brakes Classification:Brake Shoe

Main Market:Mild East

Certification:ISO/TS16949, ISO9001

Type:Brake Shoes

Material:Ceramic Fiber



Export Markets:North America, South America, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia

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ISUZU ELF NPR57 3300 F16 / 07/84-06/90

ISUZU ELF NKR66 4300 F / 08/90-06/93

ISUZU ELF NKS58 3600 / 08/87-08/95

ISUZU ELF NPR58 3600 F16 / 01/87-06/90

ISUZU ELF NPR59 3900 F / 07/84-07/93

ISUZU ELF NPR59 3900 F / 07/90-07/93

ISUZU ELF NPR61 4300 / 06/88-04/95





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Q:Motorcycle brake Problem?
Make or model would help. How did you depress the pistons? Did you clean the pistons before you depressed them? Is there any feel of pressure at the lever? Are the hoses bulging at all? Did you route the hoses correctly when you reassembled the calipers? Did you open the hydraulic circuit, replace the fluid or anything? Brakes can take a few pumps to reposition the pads against a disc – but not hours. Caliper rebuilds are fairly simple – a new bleed nipple, couple of seals and piston(s), so are master cylinder rebuilds – however if you have any doubts a professional would be a better choice – brakes are quite important.
Q:Why dont motorcycles have pedals (for acceleration/braking)?
Q:What will happen when the brakes are applied?
Q:Should I return the motorcycle?
If this was supposed to be a new bike, you definitely have a case. If used, deal with the dealer, starting at the salesman, and if he does not help, go straight to the owner. It is their responsibility to work down. Do not waste your time dealing with underlings, always start at the highest level of responsibility. If new, report it to the proper state motor vehicle bureau department, at the same time, send the dealer manager a letter telling him you are doing this. This almost guarantees you get yor case heard by proper people, and results. Tomcotexas
Q:how many of motorcycle deaths are caused by reckless driving on the part of the rider?
Kawasaki Ninja 250r is an awesome motorcycle. As far as being safe it all depends on how tall you are and how much you weigh. The 250R can reach speeds of 110. If you are 511 and over 190 pounds you would be lucky to get to 80. So if your smaller I would say yes. If you are bigger I would recommend the Suzuki gs500f. Its only 300 dollars more than the Ninja 250 and is twice the engine. As far the accidents are concerned alot of it is the riders fault. They underestimate the power of the Machine and pay the price for it. I was cruising at 80 on the 10e in AZ when this other sport bike came on the right side of me, and trying to show off did a wheelie and started to wobble his bike. Next thing he knew he was in the winshield of the car behind him while his bike ended up underneeth it. Others is drivers not paying attention or not caring about motorcycles. So pay attention to detail and when you are at a stoplight keep your clutch in and your bike in first so if anything looks like the **** is going to hit the fan, you can pop your clutch and get the hell out of their. And most of all remember.The day you dont respect a machine is the day it kills you. Good luck and be safe.
Q:how good are the motorcycles JOHNNY PAG ,are they expensive?
This is the first time I've heard about those motorcycles but when I checked their website I saw that they are small displacement cruizers of 300cc. They are liquid cooled which is good, have dual brakes and steel brake lines. All nice stock features. They look pretty good but I personally prefer a bigger (800-1000cc) engines because of the . I DO love the in-line dual cylinder engine though. So it's a matter of if you like them or not - they are not very famous so their retail value will be low so make sure that you don't pay too much for them. I see that brand new they run about $4,000-5,000 Good luck!!!
Q:Is there an ABS system on a motorcycle?
Car ABS can not be copied to the motorcycle, because the motorcycle space is extremely limited, so ABS also "do as the Romans", to change the volume and structure to meet the needs of motorcycles. Take the ABS device of Yamaha motorcycle as an example. (The engine next to the side); two sets of sensor components placed in parallel on both sides of the wheel, responsible for monitoring and feedback wheel rotation of the subtle changes; ABS electronic control unit (the engine is the most important parts of the hydraulic control valve ECU) placed in the rear (under the seat cushion), responsible for handling the sensor feedback information and issued a command signal, control the hydraulic control valve to increase or decrease the brake hydraulic pressure. When the ECU found that the wheel has been locked (slip) phenomenon, immediately react, so that the hydraulic control valve solenoid valve open, so that brake fluid reflux storage room, wheel brake pressure drop; when the wheel rotation is accelerated, ECU And instructed to re-close the hydraulic control valve, forcing the brake fluid out of the reserve room back to the brake clamp cylinder, the wheel brake pressure increases, the wheel rotation slows down. Its hydraulic changes can be completed in a tenth of a second, that is, instant wheel brake repeatedly retractable, will not be locked.
Q:For a disabled driver is there a brake pedal that goes on the steering wheeling that is like a hand brake?
for disabled ( wheelchair ) drivers there is a control bar that accelerates when pushed forward and brakes when pulled back.
Q:How can i repair a motorcycle that has been sitting for a few years.?
Cool bike. I parted one out a year or so ago. I would take the brake line right off the front caliper (don't lose the little washers on both side of the bolt). Remove the brake pads from the caliper and try and compress the piston with a c-clamp. If it moves in the caliper is fine. If it doesn't move, it will need a rebuild or replacement. If it is fine, the problem is more than likely in your mastercylinder on the handlebars. You will need to remove that entirely from the bike and take it apart on the bench, clean out everything and put back together. It may need a rebuild kit depending on the condition of the parts (dry rotting, etc.). The carbs should be removed entirely. Torn down completely. Keep the internal parts of each carb in the bowl for that carb. Go to NAPA and pick up a gallon can of carb cleaner. This is not a spray bottle (but pick up a few of those also, Walmart sells em cheap for under 2 bucks a can). The stuff NAPA makes is heavy duty, don't get it on your hands. Be sure that all gaskets and rubber parts are removed from the carbs. Anything rubber including any black plastic floats (I think yours are brass) set aside and clean with the spray bottles. Soak everything in the gallon can, just set them right in. Let them soak 1-2 nights depending on how bad they are. Take them out and use the spray bottles to rinse all the parts. If you have a compressor, blow air through all of the passages. Than reassemble the carbs. I would recommend picking up a book for the bike as well. Find a Haynes or Clymer manual on OKorder. Not a bad little bike, good luck with it.
Q:First Motorcycle, advise?
The Shadow outsold the Suzuki about 10:1 and for a reason. The Honda has plenty of power and it will fit you I guarantee.

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