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Old 29th December 2006, 10:08   #1
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I own a TVS Fiero F2 disc version and as i'm short compared to the height it is...every time i stop at the signal and switch off the engine... i find it difficult to suddenly start my vehicle as it the kick start feels too high to me!!! So... i'm planning to invest in a self starter. Can anyone suggest me the place in Bangalore where I can a good self starter and fix it as the company doesn't have this even as an accessory!!! Thanks in advance.


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Hi all,
I own a TVS Fiero F2 disc version and as i'm short compared to the height it is...every time i stop at the signal and switch off the engine... i find it difficult to suddenly start my vehicle as it the kick start feels too high to me!!! So... i'm planning to invest in a self starter. Can anyone suggest me the place in Bangalore where I can a good self starter and fix it as the company doesn't have this even as an accessory!!! Thanks in advance.


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I think Apache self start fit for it.. Suzuki Fiero was the first Indian bike launched with self start..
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Hi all,
I own a TVS Fiero F2 disc version and as i'm short compared to the height it is...every time i stop at the signal and switch off the engine... i find it difficult to suddenly start my vehicle as it the kick start feels too high to me!!! So... i'm planning to invest in a self starter. Can anyone suggest me the place in Bangalore where I can a good self starter and fix it as the company doesn't have this even as an accessory!!! Thanks in advance.


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You need to machine the case to fit the starter.The old fiero's starter will fit.Take it to ZEN motors near UMA theatre.
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Thanks venu. Will take it this weekend and buy the way should i drill the engine to place a self start??? and can u tell me much does it cost totally??
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Thanks venu. Will take it this weekend and buy the way should i drill the engine to place a self start??? and can u tell me much does it cost totally??
The engine needs to be fully dismantled,before it can be drilled.It has to be done on a milling machine with a DRO and not a drilling machine.
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