Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by barker » Sun Jun 17, 2018 5:37 pm

mine is raceing silver with hand guards top box and screen, great little bike except when its windy, getsa tad unsteady will proberly take it to southern softies this year

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by Viper254 » Tue Jun 26, 2018 8:57 pm

They're great bikes. Mine was white. I'm really glad you greased the brake pin! :)

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by Scootyman » Mon Jul 30, 2018 9:29 pm

Scootyman wrote:
Mon Apr 16, 2018 4:15 pm
Viper254 wrote:
Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:59 pm
Scootyman wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:18 pm
I’ve just changed the roller weights for Dr Pulley sliders in my 2017 Vision 110esp and what a difference it made. With my 18.5 stone lump on board it will pull me up long drawn out hills on my way home at 50 mph. I also cross the Forth road bridge every day and even In a strong headwind it will hold its speed at 50 mph.
I did try the sliders in an S Wing two years ago but wasn’t that impressed by them but with the Vision 110 there is a big difference in the way the little bike performs.
Well worth the money in my opinion
If you get the size right, sliders are the way forwards - they open up a little more gearing and help so much with the setup.

What weights did you put in, if you don't mind? I'd be dead interested to know
No problem,
I used 13 gram Dr Pulley Sliders. The original weights were 15 gram in the 110esp scooters and 14 gram in the early Vision 110’s.
That 2 gram lighter per weight makes a world of difference. I’m sure normal weights would have a very similar effect. I just tried the Dr Pulley ones again to see if they would help and on this occasion they did.
Hope that helps
Just a little update for anyone interested in how the Dr Pulley sliders are performing.
Whilst they do what they claim there is a problem that has manifested itself 3 times so far. The problem is that the sliders have a habit of turning themselves over the wrong way when the transmission is changing down from high speed to low speed quickly. I noticed on two of the occasions it happened when I was travelling at 55-60mph before braking rapidly and powering up again. Once a slider or two has turned over in the Variator Pulley, it feels like you have lost acceleration on the pull away. I’ve decided because this is my commuter bike that I’m changing back to a set of rollers but I’m trying lighter than the OEM Honda ones.
I will update when I have had a chance to play some more.

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by horobags » Tue Jul 31, 2018 7:54 am

thanks, this is an interesting thread, I really like the vision.

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by Bogger » Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:14 am

I'm thinking of getting one for the daily commute.

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by richie the 1st » Tue Jul 31, 2018 4:42 pm

To bogger and horobags and others,i did 13400 miles on mine,it did what it did,and that's it,it wont do no more.And what it did,was brilliant had heated grips on mine,1st time on a motorbike/scoot,in many [40] years.
Got new tyres on bridgestone,some thing,what a difference,in the wet so much over,i think that's why I used it more when it was wet,thinking......it was that good,but it got to a stage where things was wearing out,it needed ,
new tyres/front brake pads/rear brake shoes/new belt rollers and I just couldn't see to start spending,so stopped before I started,so it went in p/x for a Peugeot 125 tweet in white,it was a better deal then any Honda dealer.
free tax/top box/leg cover/free parts and labour 1st service.and more p/x.
But back to the Honda vision 110,i would have another one mine was a 2013 model,so the esp lastest one ,I have not ridden one.
It could have been 1 inch taller,but I am 6"3" so its not its fault,i would leave it standard .when I got it way back in july 2015,from a dealer ,it was cheaper,dont know why..?? And got £95 off.But they do hold there money.

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by horobags » Tue Jul 31, 2018 7:12 pm

heres the review scootyman did on his,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgV-9edKI-E

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by Tranberg » Tue Jul 31, 2018 9:15 pm

richie the 1st wrote:
Tue Jul 31, 2018 4:42 pm
[after 14.000 miles] ...it got to a stage where things was wearing out,it needed ,
new tyres/front brake pads/rear brake shoes/new belt rollers
That like selling your car when the ashtray is full.
All the listed items are normal wear and tear, and to be expected on a small scooter with rubber band transmission and thus no engine braking to speak of.

£33 for brake pads and shoes
£25 for a drive belt and roller set
£70 for a set of Bridgestone Tyres

It's a Honda, so why shouldn't it make it to 45 k miles without much fuss, with regular servicing?

The original muffler is £388, so when that goes south, it's either a pattern part or say goodbye

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by Harry Notts » Tue Jul 31, 2018 9:54 pm

How on Earth can they charge £388 for an exhaust?

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Re: Honda vision 110cc up hill speed

Post by Tranberg » Tue Jul 31, 2018 10:22 pm

They'd rather sell new scooters than silencers?

It's the same with the Innova and the later Wave. The black Wave 110 exhaust is 2 to 3 times as expensive as the chromed Innova exhaust for the carb version, which fits the injection model Innova with minor modifications. (Longer studs and some mounting hole filing).

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