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Started by Avalon, 04/07/04 - 03:09:50

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gazman

the ***** its for the 1000 in with the 125 lot was just off the phone to them but the do 1 for the cbr125 and sayed it might fit so if some 1 could find out then we all could get 1 :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(

Mad Martyn

Whahooooooooooo!

maz125

 yeah  honda varaderos r very fun too ride  :crazy2:
and its thumbs up from the lad in lincolnshire
oh ya ithas been very relierble for me apart my fork seal went so i could ride it till it was fixed wich was a bumer.it gose like a dream now??? ;D

Deaks

Hey guys, put these links in another thread, but thought I'd put them up here as well. Its a load of parts lists and exploded views of just about every bit of the baby Vara. I know its all in Euros but they do UK delivery. Problem is the Baby Vara is big in France & Spain so parts are easier to come by there. Anyway, enjoy:

V1 - http://zsf-motorrad.de/en/Spares/XL125V1-E-MPH

V2 - http://zsf-motorrad.de/en/Spares/XL125V2-E-MPH

V3 - http://zsf-motorrad.de/en/Spares/XL125V3-E-MPH

V4 - http://zsf-motorrad.de/en/Spares/XL125V4-E-MPH

V5 - http://zsf-motorrad.de/en/Spares/XL125V5-E-MPH

V6 - http://zsf-motorrad.de/en/Spares/XL125V6-E-MPH

V7&8 - http://zsf-motorrad.de/en/Spares/XL125V7-E-MPH

Deaks
Biking isn't for everyone, just those who actually want to live life.

IT

For a new owner of a "streetfighter" (aka dropped and missing a few bits) '03 Varadero 125, those exploded diagram links are golddust!!! Many thanks. Now I can tell what bits to buy on eBay to check they will fit! :beer: <thanks>

Deaks

My first stop for Honda parts these days:

http://www.lingshondaparts.com/

You need to be signed up to access the list but if anyone is planning longer term ownership, it's absolutely worth signing up & there's no emails or spam
Biking isn't for everyone, just those who actually want to live life.

Gem

Apologies if these have been posted before... Just to add to what's listed above, I found these earlier and thought they were quite useful for part identification. I find drawings like this make it easier to take things apart and put them back together again, and to be able to identify components for replacement!

V1 - http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/moto-honda-identification-XL125V1-11988.html

V2 - http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/moto-honda-identification-XL125V2-11993.html

V3 - http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/moto-honda-identification-XL125V3-12000.html

V4 - http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/moto-honda-identification-XL125V4-12007.html

V5 - http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/moto-honda-identification-XL125V5-12011.html

V6 - http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/moto-honda-identification-XL125V6-12015.html

V7 - http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/moto-honda-identification-XL125V7-12023.html

V8 - http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/moto-honda-identification-XL125V8-12024.html

V9 - http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/moto-honda-identification-XL125V9-12036.html

These are just the diagrams/parts that the supplier has listed for the UK. If you go to the homepage, http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/index.php, you can obviously search by different countries and for other Honda bikes. Unfortunately, prices given are in Euros...  ::)
I'd rather be out riding my bike right now.

Gem

It's also been suggested that I post this link to an electrical diagram for the 125 on here for ease of reference:

http://www.classiccycles.org/media/DIR_122/DIR_792033/DIR_792036/3469b0ebe703e6c3ffff8121ffffe417.pdf

I hate messing with the electrics, but these sort of diagrams usually help me to work out what I'm looking at if I absolutely have to do it!
I'd rather be out riding my bike right now.

cbrjohn

Quote from: blackpooldaz on  23/02/05 - 21:51:48
Just to let you know that I have been extensively searching for new varadero bits. Anyway I have come up mint. I tried ebay but not on the UK or international site. Instead I went to www.ebay.de and www.ebay.fr and put a search in for varadero. The bits that came up were beautifuls. Anyway I have on order a chrome brake resevoir lid saying varadero xl125v on for 12 quid and for a hugger and belly pan it is the equivalent of 118quid. Try it to see!

is there a way to read this in english or is it all guess work going by photos ?

Iceman1.1

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