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Gilera Coguar 7 months 1 week ago #7861

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Hi everyone I have recently bought a Couger/Coguar and need some help!!!
I cant find out exactly what engine it is,I have been told its a Honda copy but have had conflicting info on the exact model can anyone shed any light on this as I need a workshop manual and have been banging my head against the wall

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Gilera Coguar 7 months 1 week ago #7862

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maybe it would be good idea to do a little search on this forum here ;)
Hint.... user menue... handbooks an manuals

:) Joachim
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Gilera Coguar 7 months 1 week ago #7863

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Thanks I have found a manual but it does not referance the engine but referes me to “SERVICE STATION MANUAL 4T SPEED
………….125cc ENGINE.” do you happen to know where I can find this at all?

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Gilera Coguar 7 months 1 week ago #7865

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I can only add that it is NOT a copy of a Honda 125 engine, it IS a Honda 125 engine. You could try your local Honda shop as I'm sure they would be able to tell you the exact engine model number. Honda were in close connection with Gilera for a limited amount of time, starting with providing their 125 engine for the Coguar production run. The original idea was for Gilera to then use Honda 4 cyl engines for their proposed assault on the big sports bike market. Sadly it never happened and to my knowledge the only connection remained for the Coguar only. Paul

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