Honda Nsr 125 Service Manual

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Hey, hope everyone's ok. I'm interested in getting a 2000-2003 Honda NSR125 (I think it's known as the RR model) for my first bike after I'm able to save up and then get my CBT sorted out. I've been trying to find a workshop manual, or a even a basic user guide so I'm able to find out a bit more about the bike. Just looking to find out general information (including an overview of the bike layout and controls) and specifications (some of which can be found on various websites), and basic maintenance including everyday checks and where to fill up the 2-stroke oil. I've found and managed to download a service manual for the older model NSR 125 F and NSR 125 R, but as I'm just starting to get into the technical side of bikes, I'm struggling to take much of it in at the moment.

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Any help or input would be greatly appreciated. Many Thanks, Mark You must be logged in to rate posts etnieschick2 This post is not being displayed. Etnieschick2 Derestricted Danger Joined: 16 Aug 2008 Karma: Posted: 21:46 - 16 Aug 2008 Post subject: Re: Looking for a Honda NSR 125 (2000-2003) Manual or User G. Hi Mark, Sorry to let you down, I'm not about to tell you I know where to get either of these, but if you find out can you let me know, and vice versa.

I bought one last week!!;o) Got a few things I want to do to her from advice of others and readin up but just need one for reference and to know where/how to access certain parts, probably obvious stuff but seems as it's my first bike Im no genious at it thats for sure!;o) You must be logged in to rate posts ncrn This post is not being displayed. Ncrn World Chat Champion Joined: 24 May 2006 Karma: Posted: 21:50 - 16 Aug 2008 Post subject. 1st time I ever been on any type of forum thing - immediate replys;o) I am impressed! Yea I thought it was hard coz their not made anymore. I found like an audio version on Ebay but thought that'd do my head in to be honest, not the sort of thing you can easily scan, lol!! Think that was old one anyway. Did wonder about manuals for the NSR 125 R, as opposed to the 'RR' and how similar it'd be if I found one of those.

God knows, if anyone knew what Id been up to last few days they'd not stop laughin, infact they haven't! Chick is not even the word I tell ya;o) Question tho, one person tells me oil is under seat, another says tank, i be beeped if I can get under either to find out!;o( Oh yeah thanks 'ncrn' by the way, gonna check it out now You must be logged in to rate posts M4RK This post is not being displayed. M4RK Nitrous Nuisance Joined: 25 Apr 2008 Karma: Posted: 23:24 - 16 Aug 2008 Post subject. I know it is frowned upon to link to other forums but has most of the info you need including of links to manuals.

With regards to controls I can write up something for you tomorrow if you are struggling? Wow, thanks for that link.I didn't realise the site existed. Only knew of the site, which isn't a forum, so I may be able to get some good advice. That's a really nice offer of you too, but I'm in no hurry. Just trying to find out as much as I can about the bike before going out and finding one. Thanks again, You must be logged in to rate posts ncrn This post is not being displayed.

Ncrn World Chat Champion Joined: 24 May 2006 Karma: Posted: 23:29 - 16 Aug 2008 Post subject. The manual is for the older styled NSR, but its only the body work that changed really, the majority of the bike is identical I use the old manual for my 03 NSR. And yeah I was gonna be cleaning up my NSR tomorrow, I'll take some shots of the controls and explain what they do, it is basic stuff all in all but when I got on mine first time I had no idea (I thought the clutch was the rear brake still ). ____________________ Past:,,. You must be logged in to rate posts M4RK This post is not being displayed.

M4RK Nitrous Nuisance Joined: 25 Apr 2008 Karma: Posted: 23:33 - 16 Aug 2008 Post subject. I'll have another look through the manual I've got and see what I can find out. If you have the time, I'd really appreciate that.

I'm sure it would benefit many other people starting off too. I've got some of the basics from looking at different books and sites, but like I said, just trying to find out more about the NSR so that would be really cool. Thank you, You must be logged in to rate posts M4RK This post is not being displayed.

M4RK Nitrous Nuisance Joined: 25 Apr 2008 Karma: Posted: 23:39 - 16 Aug 2008 Post subject. 1st time I ever been on any type of forum thing - immediate replys;o) I am impressed! Yea I thought it was hard coz their not made anymore.

Finnemore Franzini Solution Manual. I found like an audio version on Ebay but thought that'd do my head in to be honest, not the sort of thing you can easily scan, lol!! Think that was old one anyway. Did wonder about manuals for the NSR 125 R, as opposed to the 'RR' and how similar it'd be if I found one of those. God knows, if anyone knew what Id been up to last few days they'd not stop laughin, infact they haven't!

Chick is not even the word I tell ya;o) Question tho, one person tells me oil is under seat, another says tank, i be beeped if I can get under either to find out!;o( Oh yeah thanks 'ncrn' by the way, gonna check it out now Lol, put up a few photos of your bike at some point if you can. It would be cool to see it, What sort of things are you planning to do to her?

The audio version sounds interesting, but not sure how well I'd be able to cope with it like you said. About the oil, I've also been told it's found behind the panel where it says 'NSR' on the fairing. Can anyone resolve this question?

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No don't do it, lol!! I made this exact mistake only this morning;o( The cap and 'sightglass' you're gonna see if you look behind towards the nsr panel on the front fairing is infact the gearbox oil!! Don't do what I do and add your 2 stroke to it *cringe*. I was told by the guy at the bike shop I went to this afternoon to now drain that out *boooo* and refill with correct stuff. I've bought some, but to be honest when it takes 600-750cl of oil, and I only added about 10ml I may not bother, but will check with someone before taking her out. Pretty sure the oil is under the seat;o) You must be logged in to rate posts M4RK This post is not being displayed.

M4RK Nitrous Nuisance Joined: 25 Apr 2008 Karma: Posted: 12:12 - 17 Aug 2008 Post subject. Sorry to hear about your oil mistake, but hopefully it hasn't caused any damage. I guess loads of people will make mistakes like that to start with, but it's just a case of learning from it. Yea, definately check with someone just in case but like you said, just adding 10ml hopefully shouldn't be too much of a problem. Looking forward to when I have the money to start looking for a bike, can't wait. How old's your bike, what colour scheme is it?