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Old 29th May 2008, 23:54   #16
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Originally Posted by revvedup View Post

3. A box section swing arm which is lighter than the one I have now.
4. More grippy tyres( preferably soft compound , I don't ride too much, since 1999 the bike has only done 17K).
5. Bigger carb like the one used in the hoodibaba 115cc Caliber
Finding a box section swing arm wont be easy. Do with the stock.
MRF Nylon Grip are good. I changed tyres at 65K and sold bike with more than 88K
Hodibaba was 111.63cc bike.

Originally Posted by revvedup View Post
No reply till now. Why ? Can't we have any mods done to a humble 111.6 cc bike ? What is the difference( engine+tranny wise) between the 7.7 bhp version of the caliber and the 9.5 bhp hoodibaba version of the same ?
Basically the engine internals, carb and 20mm longer wheelbase were the technical differences.

Originally Posted by revvedup View Post
That's a very pessimistic view my friend , negatives and one shogun aside the caliber was indeed the best 111.6CC cc steed money could buy in those days.
Eagerly awaiting some inputs, bike gurus

Caliber: The best there was , the best there is and the best any company can ever produce for 110cc segment.

I can go for a huge write up about caliber.
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Old 30th May 2008, 14:29   #17
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Sure as long as there is no bashing of other brands\make bikes

May be a new thread on your experiences with Caliber
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