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Old 11th July 2006, 16:01   #1
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all you bike gurus please lemme know which is the best place to get porting done for my RXZ
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Mahesh Turner at Shivaji Park,
or there is one guy in Vashi i forgot his name.
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any idea how much do this guys charge for porting and polishing
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also if you could help me out guys.........

Should i get the work done here in mumbai or should i send it to banglore...

I heard that work done in banglore is much better as compared to mumbai...
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if its porting and engine mods.. its got to be Mr.Chinoy in blr..check out his forum www.rddreams.com
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As far as i know Mahesh turner and the guy who is in vashi they both are gud when it comes to porting and i think they are charging between 800-1000 for full port.
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Thanks guys it was really helpful tips...

Wanned to buy a proton exhaust where can i buy it...

any recomended place from where can i buy this mumbai or banglore....
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Thanks guys it was really helpful tips...

Wanned to buy a proton exhaust where can i buy it...

any recomended place from where can i buy this mumbai or banglore....
Get a custom chamber done for your bike, Always better since you can achieve your required power band with a custom make. You need to exactly decide on your power requirements before you choose you expansion chamber. ECs are not just plug and play accessory. If you dont know what you are doing, you will not get your desired performance.

Protons are off the shelf chambers. You can check with your local bike accessory dealers. If you need a custom proton, PM me.
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Get a custom chamber done for your bike, Always better
Definately better as you can let the person get a feel for your riding style and what your after. Top end, Initial burst of power, Mileage requirements etc.

RXZ is a lovely bike, what version is yours? There is a considerable demand for the bike here in bangy
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Top end, Initial burst of power, Mileage requirements etc.
ECs can be categorised in to low end, mid range amd top end. Its a waste to have a top end EC on a road bike since it wont be reaching high RPMs to benefit the power from the EC. Only race bikes will benefit. Its best to have a low end or mid range EC on a normal road going bike.

Understand what your normal riding RPMs would be and built a EC for that range.
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Definately better as you can let the person get a feel for your riding style and what your after. Top end, Initial burst of power, Mileage requirements etc.

RXZ is a lovely bike, what version is yours? There is a considerable demand for the bike here in bangy

I love RXZ...

I have this bike from last 5 years...
Since the time when people here in mumbai hated RXZ they just were crazy for RX100....

Im loyal to my RXZ

I bought 1 more 1 month back from a friend for a mere Rs. 9000/- (what a fool)

Right now i have 2 RXZ and plannin to get one more..
The demand for RXZ's are increasing tremendiously here in mum too
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Get a custom chamber done for your bike, Always better since you can achieve your required power band with a custom make. You need to exactly decide on your power requirements before you choose you expansion chamber. ECs are not just plug and play accessory. If you dont know what you are doing, you will not get your desired performance.

Protons are off the shelf chambers. You can check with your local bike accessory dealers. If you need a custom proton, PM me.
I have a Proton fitted in the RXZ....
i donno watz wrong with this bike as soon as we start pulling the throttle it starts misfring....

Maybe you can help
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Dude what carb are you running? Have you upjetted? Has the barrell been ported in anyway before?

What position of the throttle does the misfire occur? 1/4th throttle or when you go higher up? Either way clean your carb first, thats the first thing i would suggest. Get back if that doesn't solve the problem.
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Dude what carb are you running? Have you upjetted? Has the barrell been ported in anyway before?

What position of the throttle does the misfire occur? 1/4th throttle or when you go higher up? Either way clean your carb first, thats the first thing i would suggest. Get back if that doesn't solve the problem.
yes the block has been ported
but it was running fine the problem started occuring just while pulling the throttle just for a few seconds and then the bike was goin fine, making the problem worse now the bike only runs fine in normal speed but it keeps misfiring as you try to pull it....

Im using the stock carb and im seriously not familiar with upjetting... if you could explain
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tune the air setting and is your bike running on K&N,shark or any other filter if yes then try to change it to stock filter.
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