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Old 30th January 2017, 14:35   #16
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Default Re: Bajaj V15 - Ownership Review

Originally Posted by ramgkulkarni View Post

One thing you mentioned about the cold start which requires a choke, does it still happen? This might be a spark plug issue.
The cold start issue is still there. Strangely, it happens only when I start it in the mornings. I park the bike for about 9 hours in the office parking lot, and it has no problems starting in the evening.

Originally Posted by ramgkulkarni View Post
All my bikes were never serviced in the service center and cannot vouch for you service center quality. If you do have a trusted mechanic then the costs do come down significantly.
Keyword- "trusted mechanic". Don't have one. I did ask around and got mixed reviews for all the guys around. I have been going to ASCs all along. Yeah, some are good, some are bad, but I believe that with an ASC, ususally they have some semblance of a SOP (Standardised Operating Procedure). This dealer and ASC (Khivraj) is a very old one, with senior mechanics around.
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