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|31st January 2008, 15:52||#46|
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why dont you just go the link and look as to what "THE HINDU" has to say about TVS
The mathematics of a TVS minus Suzuki
|31st January 2008, 16:52||#47|
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I was referring to the Pulsar 220's rear brake which is a disc and not a drum. You may have not come across such a problem but the remark is definitely made in Jan issue BIKE India.
|31st January 2008, 20:16||#48|
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Are you like freakin' 10 years old or something? That article is from 2001 even before TVS were about to prove themselves. Even so there's nothing in there that proves your point (oh, ummm, you dont have one do you???).
And anyone who thinks brake fluid is "oil" should be banned from an automotive forum. Brake fluid is one of the most corrosive substances known to man specially when it gets old and absorbs water (you must be knowing the meaning of hygroscopic, no?)
Right now your arguments are all proving to be of high comic value. As they say, Knowledge is power, but quasi-knowledge is lethal.
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