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NSR OR CBR 125CC which is a better commutor sport bike?

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Looking at buying a comuting bike motorcycle which is better, NSR BY HONDA - 125CC CBR BY HONDA - 125CC the CBR is £1200 the NSR is £1000 Read More
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banned6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Looking at buying a comuting bike motorcycle

which is better,

NSR BY HONDA - 125CC
CBR BY HONDA - 125CC

the CBR is £1200
the NSR is £1000
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banned6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Get something a bit bigger than a chicken chaser. If you're determined, the CBR is the only way to go.
banned#2
Foxy102
Get something a bit bigger than a chicken chaser. If you're determined, the CBR is the only way to go.


like I said its a commuting bike its not a debate is a question which is simply one of the 2 above answers nothing further needs writing!

:thumbsup:
#3
cbr slow, commuter 4 stroke better on fuel will last longer
nsr fast, burns a bottle of oil a week n fuel even quicker, expect to do major engine work every 10k miles..
#4
Tbh mate when i was pondering a bike i thought between the two - the cbr is quite small unless you get the RW version so unless your like 5ft 7 it will be too small

The nsr is a quick bike BUT the engines get raped

Get what i got the cbf 125 - pick up a new one for 2k or used for 1grand with less than 1000 on clock - done 800 and not changed the oil once and dont need to - great bike and very nippy

http://www.bitterwallet.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/honda_cbf125_2009_01.jpg
http://www.forum-auto.com/uploads/200411/zagued_1100013317_honda_nsr125_cote_.jpg
http://www.bestbeginnermotorcycles.com/files/images/cbr125.jpg
banned#5
I agree, the four stroke one will be much better, saves fuel, smoother, quieter (had 2 and 4 strokes myself) the fuel saving will pay for the extra in a short time
banned#6
DudeyGeeza
cbr slow, commuter 4 stroke better on fuel will last longer
nsr fast, burns a bottle of oil a week n fuel even quicker, expect to do major engine work every 10k miles..


Thanks.... im inclined to use the NSR then i think,

just wanting it for going to the gym as wifes got the car...

doing my full bike test shortly but this will do until then. :thumbsup:
#7
cbf is a better choice for commuting. Dandoc very correct!
banned#8
dandoc2
Tbh mate when i was pondering a bike i thought between the two - the cbr is quite small unless you get the RW version so unless your like 5ft 7 it will be too small

The nsr is a quick bike BUT the engines get raped

Get what i got the cbf 125 - pick up a new one for 2k or used for 1grand with less than 1000 on clock - done 800 and not changed the oil once and dont need to - great bike and very nippy

http://www.bitterwallet.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/honda_cbf125_2009_01.jpg
http://www.forum-auto.com/uploads/200411/zagued_1100013317_honda_nsr125_cote_.jpg
http://www.bestbeginnermotorcycles.com/files/images/cbr125.jpg


ahhh, its gotta be the CBR or NSR as thats the only option I got as I need it like yesterday!

Ive been out the gym off training for 6 months and I feel like a fat old grandad, lol# :roll:
#9
gotta get an aprillia rs125 if you can afford it

http://alprofficer.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/2010-aprilia-rs125a.jpg?w=655&h=575http://alprofficer.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/2010-aprilia-rs125e.jpg?w=655&h=552
#10
So the majority of people say the CBR and you're going for the NSR. Go for what one you fancy mate, there's no point in asking if you don't like the replies.

I would get the commuting thing out the way (on the most sensible bike) then when you want to upgrade, buy a fireblade.
banned#11
DudeyGeeza
cbf is a better choice for commuting. Dandoc very correct!


I had the Suzuki 125cc en2 Last year 4 stroke that was quite nippy for getting 2 and from the gym... paid just £700 for it, did 70mph and was quite good on everything... moved house and the chavs round here wiped it away GITS!!
banned#12
Foxy102
So the majority of people say the CBR and you're going for the NSR. Go for what one you fancy mate, there's no point in asking if you don't like the replies.

I would get the commuting thing out the way (on the most sensible bike) then when you want to upgrade, buy a fireblade.


when I get the full license I want either the kawasaki ninji 400cc (like it) or a honda CBR fireblade 1000cc :-)
#13
dvhendo
when I get the full license I want either the kawasaki ninji 400cc (like it) or a honda CBR fireblade 1000cc :-)


Consider the R6 as well. Nice 'in between' bike.
banned#14
Foxy102
Consider the R6 as well. Nice 'in between' bike.


not sure I could afford that one
banned#15
whatsThePoint
you can get an old zx6 for the same money are the cbr

If you get the nsr make sure the washer in the exhaust and the plate in the intake manifold have been removed :whistling:


why?

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