1st Aug 2014, 12:08
There are adjusters on each side with grooves on. There is a small lump on the frame that the grooves go into. Loosen the wheel, pull it back a little, and knock round the adjusters equally to the lump. Make sure the wheel is straight.
7th May 2016, 07:59
With the Gilera Cougar 125 there is no workshop manual. However the engine is a Honda 125, I think it's a CG engine in it. I've just got a 2003 model, and the hoses all need replacing, as do the spring clips holding the hoses in place.
The engine on mine seems to be racing and looks like too much air intake. After checking all the hoses from the air box, I found one that is split; hoping this will solve the problem.
20th Oct 2016, 04:30
Now come on, use some common sense. Rule of law; a give of half an inch movement is average allowance on most chains. Loosen the main wheel nuts and pull the wheel back; it's that simple. Re tighten any wheel alignment nuts til they are flush. They will be the bolt and nuts protruding out of the back of the wheel; they will be noticeable; they can also be used to pull the wheel back, but a physical pull after loosening the main wheel nuts does a faster job and you're good to go. The bolts protruding out of the back only need to be made flush with the wheel bracket and tighten those nuts. Just use common sense. Don't tighten those protruding bolts too much as they do keep the wheel aligned straight. It's a 5 minute job.
20th Oct 2016, 04:36
If your engine is racing then that will be a carburetor problem. You can slow the engine down by the screws on the side of the carburetor. There should be two screws; one is usually flush and that should be about 1 and a half turns of its clock face from closed, and then turn the other screw that should have a spring on the screw; you will hear the engine slow or speed up by the turns of those screws. If it is based on the CG 125, then the indented screw close til off, then unscrew til 1 and a half turn, then turn the outside screw. In that order.