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Old 18th January 2008, 16:56   #121
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Have any of you noticed in the above link it is mentioned as SOHC and at the same time it is 4 valves. Is it possible? Atleast I couldnt figure it out how it is possible. May be the valves are in a straight line!

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Can somebody explain me this new technology?

damn! i think my engg. degree is now absolete.
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Old 18th January 2008, 17:14   #122
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In this setup the camshaft drives 2 valves on each side with 4 groves on the camshaft . As simple as that . The cam shaft is placed in the middle and the valves on both the sides are placed at an angle with refernece to the camshaft .
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In this setup the camshaft drives 2 valves on each side with 4 groves on the camshaft . As simple as that . The cam shaft is placed in the middle and the valves on both the sides are placed at an angle with refernece to the camshaft .
Thanks buddy. Now this makes more sense 'baath simple hain'
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In this setup the camshaft drives 2 valves on each side with 4 groves on the camshaft . As simple as that . The cam shaft is placed in the middle and the valves on both the sides are placed at an angle with refernece to the camshaft .
there is also an arrangement where a single cam with just 2 lobes drivers 2 rocker that operates 4 valves. the rockers are shaped like a "Y". with the single end on the cam lobe and the other 2 tip end on the valves.
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i cant be sure about it dudes because all the car and bike makers degrade the bike and car to get the milage so lets weight and watch
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damn! i think my engg. degree is now absolete.

anna,with no disprespect to any one, mana ou/jntu ninchi vocheyy degrees eppudu nichi obsolete kada
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Old 19th January 2008, 22:12   #127
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You mean de-tune the bike?? I'm hoping that atleast yamaha doesn't do it.
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Old 19th January 2008, 22:29   #128
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Oh no..please leave the machine alone! The last thing we need is a de-tuned bike. All the hype at the bike's release,and when it hits the road its lost 1/2 its power.
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Old 19th January 2008, 22:53   #129
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Guys finally saw the bike in flesh at the auto expo and really looks like a mini-R1 congrats Yamaha for introducing India's first full fairing true sports bike.Just awaiting its launch would surely eat the karizma and 220 for breakfast if priced at 80-85k.
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anna,with no disprespect to any one, mana ou/jntu ninchi vocheyy degrees eppudu nichi obsolete kada
that is something we should not forget about. obsolete degrees

Coming back to business when is it expected to be launched. I planning to buy a bike in during march or april. Lookslike a very good option to consider
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i am saying for this bike is because yamaha did it for yamaha rd350 which was realeased around 30+bhp in india but the foreign version got 60+ bhpthats why i was saying lets weight till it hit the roads

well i thing if those figure are going to be kept i well get a han on one of those mean machine
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i am saying for this bike is because yamaha did it for yamaha rd350 which was realeased around 30+bhp in india but the foreign version got 60+ bhpthats why i was saying lets weight till it hit the roads

well i thing if those figure are going to be kept i well get a han on one of those mean machine
60bhp???? Wasn't it in the region of 40bhp or so??
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hay hyper123 bro check this links its states all the power of rd 350 foreign version

1986 Yamaha RD 350 specifications and pictures
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yes dude this bike was 60 + bhp you can search the google for it
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hay hyper123 bro check this links its states all the power of rd 350 foreign version

1986 Yamaha RD 350 specifications and pictures
I think you r new to bikibg scene......That model what u checked is a rd350YPVS know as RZ350 in USA.....This model was never released in India.

The Model that was released in India is aircooled RD350......
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