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Old 13th December 2016, 17:08   #451
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Did anyone notice?

The Dominar has got a Negative LCD Display (The Digits are illuminated and not the background).

So far we have had LCD Displays where the background and not the digits that were illuminated.





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http://www.motoroids.com/news/bajaj-...ices-revealed/

Check this link.

Two variants,

1. 35 BHP, single channel ABS, 1.8 lakhs OTR
2. 40 BHP, dual channel ABS, 2.2 lakhs OTR

I don't know how reliable their source is.
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Motoroids website says the mileage expected is 35~40 Kmpl. Isn't it too good to be true for such a big mill?

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http://www.motoroids.com/news/bajaj-...ices-revealed/

Check this link.

Two variants,

1. 35 BHP, single channel ABS, 1.8 lakhs OTR
2. 40 BHP, dual channel ABS, 2.2 lakhs OTR

I don't know how reliable their source is.
If that is true, then I can certainly live with 35 BHP and ABS on the front brakes
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Old 13th December 2016, 21:43   #455
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Motoroids website says the mileage expected is 35~40 Kmpl. Isn't it too good to be true for such a big mill?
I would say it is very much possible i have a good experience with the P220 in sensible riding it used to give around 50-55.

I have heard that KTM 390 gives around 25 if riden well.
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I would say it is very much possible i have a good experience with the P220 in sensible riding it used to give around 50-55.

I have heard that KTM 390 gives around 25 if riden well.
I think we should rather be more interested in the tank capacity than fuel efficiency figure. Anything above 25kmpl is decent for a 400cc motorcycle.

A 15 litre tank and a 300km range at worst will make a great cruiser.

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Even Your Average Enfields weight 180 Kgs. This Weight Cannot be TRUE !!
Rahul mentioned Gross weight. Gross wt is weight of bike + weight of 2 riders.

Assuming 70kg per person, 70 + 70 = 140 kg for 2 riders. Subtract from 320, and you get 180 kg's for the bike.
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I have heard that KTM 390 gives around 25 if riden well.
Not really, I've gotten 30-32 on two different 390's on highway runs. Of Course I had a gentle right wrist and stayed between 90-120 for the most part. I believe it can go higher if you are gentler.
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Not really, I've gotten 30-32 on two different 390's on highway runs. Of Course I had a gentle right wrist and stayed between 90-120 for the most part. I believe it can go higher if you are gentler.
Thanks Praful you made it even better for me at-least. I plan to buy a 2Minar i am sure that riding it would not burn a hole in my wallet. Thanks for mentioning the figures that you achieved.
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Motoroids website says the mileage expected is 35~40 Kmpl. Isn't it too good to be true for such a big mill?
Have they ridden it? If not, then it is good people stop following these portals/websites.
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More pics, this time of the Ocean Blue shade.
Source : http://www.india.com/auto/bike-news/...ealed-1704973/
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From these pics it seems obvious that the bike gets a dual channel ABS owing to the presence of ABS ring in the rear disc too. That's a good sign.
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From these pics it seems obvious that the bike gets a dual channel ABS owing to the presence of ABS ring in the rear disc too. That's a good sign.
The RS200 which has got single channel ABS has rings on its rear wheel as well.

I think the rear wheel rings are there to measure the wheel speed.
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For those interested in the livestream. Countdown reads 20 hours:

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The seats look spacious and comfortable. Can't wait to take a test ride of the bike!
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