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Honda 125 (Storm-SDH) HELP!!!!!!!


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Hey guy's!/gal's I was wondering if anyone can help me out and tell me any/all knowledge about the particular bike in question...as in the UK I've never heard of it, so it's most likely imported but no history of that, just first registration in 2011.


Like what manual would best fit the specific bike?

Is anyone familiar with these types?



I've tried looking online but can only find information in other language's, is there anything already translated or am I going to have to get a manual and get it translated? Any/all help which be much appreciated, kind regards - Adam

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Not a CG variant in the sense that it does not have a push rod operated engine. Not the clearest of photos but it does say SOHC ( Single Overhead Cam ) . I'll do a bit of research today but my guess is that this bike is not made in Japan.

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Its also described as an OHV on a spanish wiki page... and is apparently currently made in China.. https://tinyurl.com/rqt35kx

I suspect it may have previously/originally been produced in the Brazil plant.


where the OPs bike was made will be in the VIN code. (usually the 11th digit)


first results called it a CGR https://tinyurl.com/v5ajvdy hence my confusion. but according to a Spanish language page its proper name is the SDH-125 Storm.


or maybe/likely there were multiple 125s called a 'Storm'

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Its also described as an OHV on a spanish wiki page... and is apparently currently made in China.. https://tinyurl.com/rqt35kx

I suspect it may have previously/originally been produced in the Brazil plant.


where the OPs bike was made will be in the VIN code. (usually the 11th digit)


first results called it a CGR https://tinyurl.com/v5ajvdy hence my confusion. but according to a Spanish language page its proper name is the SDH-125 Storm.


or maybe/likely there were multiple 125s called a 'Storm'

 

Excellent findings , I was thinking on the same lines but only because all the YouTube vids about it appear to be in Portuguese and it just looks so generically Chinese . You could stick a Liffan , YBR or Lexmoto badge on it and nobody but an expert would notice the difference . I've also stumbled upon something very similar that's badged as a Honda Integra .

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Its also described as an OHV on a spanish wiki page... and is apparently currently made in China.. https://tinyurl.com/rqt35kx

I suspect it may have previously/originally been produced in the Brazil plant.


where the OPs bike was made will be in the VIN code. (usually the 11th digit)


first results called it a CGR https://tinyurl.com/v5ajvdy hence my confusion. but according to a Spanish language page its proper name is the SDH-125 Storm.


or maybe/likely there were multiple 125s called a 'Storm'

 

Excellent findings , I was thinking on the same lines but only because all the YouTube vids about it appear to be in Portuguese and it just looks so generically Chinese . You could stick a Liffan , YBR or Lexmoto badge on it and nobody but an expert would notice the difference . I've also stumbled upon something very similar that's badged as a Honda Integra .

 

When you think the Honda Juan's donkey will make an appearance

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