Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

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richie the 1st
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Re: Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

Post by richie the 1st » Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:46 pm

There,s a fair bit,some scoots have got more ,some have got less.Bit swear by a sh125 and a Honda vision 110,and a Suzuki Address 110i.to me having my feet flat is better then forward. :P

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scootabout
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Re: Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

Post by scootabout » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:22 am

"Can I ask how much leg protection there is on the SH300?"

Yes, you don't get too wet in the rain and your feet stay dry unless it's a downpour. They're just so much more convenient than motorbikes - one of the reasons I changed was the cold getting to my knees.

You could also get one of the Tucano Urbano blanket things, which the Italians use so they don't have to bother with leggings. Might even try one myself this winter - anyone got experience of these?

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Re: Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

Post by Diddly » Thu Aug 31, 2017 7:32 pm

I got an apron on mine and yes it will keep the rain off your front trousers but it will not keep your seat and therefore arse dry in a downpour. Plus a bit of a faff for rider climbingon/off scoot. Try before you buy if you can.

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Re: Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

Post by Wuyang » Mon Dec 25, 2017 8:23 pm

scootabout wrote:
Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:22 am
"Can I ask how much leg protection there is on the SH300?"

Yes, you don't get too wet in the rain and your feet stay dry unless it's a downpour. They're just so much more convenient than motorbikes - one of the reasons I changed was the cold getting to my knees.

You could also get one of the Tucano Urbano blanket things, which the Italians use so they don't have to bother with leggings. Might even try one myself this winter - anyone got experience of these?
Just fitted my tucano to the sh300, bloody brilliant if you get cold legs like me. You do get a bit wind coming upwards to your under thigh, but I just had a pair of jeans on. The givi sliding screen is also great on the sh300, best screen I've ever had, but a word of warning the light reflects badly up into the screen seriously affecting night vision......should be easy to sort, but to think it left the factor like that is just plain wrong.

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Re: Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

Post by andyk1k » Tue Dec 26, 2017 4:45 pm

l get glare at night on my burgervan,l would be interested as well to see if anyone has a cure ? other than stay in after dark.......... :roll:

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Re: Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

Post by Wuyang » Wed Dec 27, 2017 4:31 pm

andyk1k wrote:
Tue Dec 26, 2017 4:45 pm
l get glare at night on my burgervan,l would be interested as well to see if anyone has a cure ? other than stay in after dark.......... :roll:
Haven't had chance to look yet at mine, but I'll update when I do. Think in the past on another bike I just wedged something between the screen and the light to stop it.

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scootabout
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Re: Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

Post by scootabout » Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:20 pm

I haven't found a real cure for the light reflecting up off the screen. I put black tape on the lower part, which didn't do as much as I'd hoped. The real cure is to swap the screen blade over to the normal Givi one - it fits straight on to the same mountings. But that means more expense if you don't already have one...

The other 'not-really-a-fix' is to train yourself to keep your head up. If you wear a full face helmet, the chin guard will cover the glare, but it means you're less likely to look at the speedo.

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Re: Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

Post by Diddly » Thu Jan 04, 2018 7:40 pm

The Innova can cause a glare from the headlight for some with or without a screen, including me. So I used a piece of vinyl flooring cut to shape and siliconed on top of headlight where it meets the fairing. Does the job and looks OK too.

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Re: Honda Sh125i ABS. 64Reg. 10800. Miles. Red. £1595

Post by George » Tue Apr 24, 2018 1:08 pm

Is this sold?

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