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|24th March 2008, 00:18||#16|
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Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Bhagyanagaram. (A.K.A. Hyderabad)
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dont worry too much about the warranty from bajaj, they make you go around so much that, you give up and buy the stuff. its usually the silencer and bore piston kit that go kaput in bajaj bikes that will need warranty others not much of a problem.
but at the end of the day you will need to source the parts and find the right mechanic who has done such a job before which is the most difficult part to get this kind of work done!
i advice you to use the bike with out a tacho, ride it feeling and listening to the engine noise to shift and over time you wont need a tacho just like the old school boys did in the past, it will be fun once you perfect the shifts like this! kudos mate! enjoy the free bird (as i like calling it!).
|24th March 2008, 00:32||#17|
Join Date: Sep 2006
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Thanks Rider60. I guess I shall enjoy the Avy 200 without the tacho for now. Will think about adding it at a later stage maybe.
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