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Old 17th January 2005, 20:13   #16
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thats an amazing conversion man!i read it on xbhp as well.have u checked the performance of ur bike as well? does it match the p180?

also did u put the cylinder of the dtsi p180 or the classic 180?
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Old 18th January 2005, 01:00   #17
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hey joel the cylinder is frm the classic,i hvnt gone outrite with the bike as yet as its in running in phase but the bike feels and moves like the 180 certainly!
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man why didnt u go for the dtsi block??
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how will an exp chamber work for a 4-st...it works only on 2-strokes...u gotta put a freeflow!
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man why didnt u go for the dtsi block??
bcoz the combustion chamber of the classic head doesnt match with the piston crown of the dtsi,dtsi piston is made according to the combustion chamber of the dtsi head the psiton is surface is kinda flat as compared to curvical of the classic ,so cant really predict wt wud be the out come of using a dtsi blck piston in a classic.also i knw bout the free floe gonna make a custom pipe non restrictive.
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Old 18th January 2005, 14:40   #21
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One question here...


Are these kind of modification legal? I mean what about the insurance? They clearly mention the model in the insurance. Now since u have upped it to 180, will there has to be a change in the insurance policy accordingly?
Or is it that insurance guys will dumb enough that they will not be able to make out this upping of the engine?

What about RTO? Just curious…
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i dont think this will be illegal..coz within a months time i ma gonna get my suzuki fiero frm 150cc to 182cc frm the tvs guys here in bangalore...so they say corps know no **** about bikes and moreover as far as the engine no and chasssis no is the same there is gonna be no prob whatsoever.
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hey thts kool joel,thts nice! is it gonna be bored out or is it gonna be a bolt on block piston like the 180's?
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yup it will be a new 180cc block frm tvs! and this is gonna be an r&d work on mt fiero!
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yea one more thing i wud like to thank my mech reddy and jana who hv helped me make this possible,they are trained to work on pulsars,thnx guys.their workshop is in goregaon.
Hey i stay at goregaon West on M.G.Road, Can you give me their address. I think my Classic 180's up for a few engine refurbishing.
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Hey i stay at goregaon West on M.G.Road, Can you give me their address. I think my Classic 180's up for a few engine refurbishing.
Thanks
Dude read the date, this thread is 4 years old
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All the images have been deleted, please reupload them.

BTW good work koolsun
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Dude read the date, this thread is 4 years old
So....
Is the Mechanic Dead?????
Probably not right so i can have his address
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So....
Is the Mechanic Dead?????
Probably not right so i can have his address
Watch your tone, I didnt say anything offensive to you so chill.
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