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Old 11th June 2008, 21:12   #121
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I feel its better if you switch over to UNI foam filters.
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Old 11th June 2008, 21:19   #122
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I feel its better if you switch over to UNI foam filters.
I have no idea where they are available here.
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Old 11th June 2008, 21:33   #123
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I have no idea where they are available here.
Have you removed your stock air filter box or is it still exists, if it exists why don't you just get a custom bent pipe done from the carburettor to the air filter box and fix your k&n there by this way the water wont enter and you get a better FE too.
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Have you removed your stock air filter box or is it still exists, if it exists why don't you just get a custom bent pipe done from the carburettor to the air filter box and fix your k&n there by this way the water wont enter and you get a better FE too.
Yes, the air filter box was removed.
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straight6 you can contact RDD for sourcing the UNI's for your bike.
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straight6 you can contact RDD for sourcing the UNI's for your bike.
Where is this RDD shop?
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Old 12th June 2008, 11:37   #127
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Where is this RDD shop?
If i am not wrong its not a shop its RD DREAMS.COM
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If i am not wrong its not a shop its RD DREAMS.COM
Ok, I got the website. Yesterday, the bike didn't start at all at night after 4 days. I guess its the moisture on the spark plug because of the rain. Is there a way to avoid this other then applying grease to it?

P.S - This website is not user friendly at all. I'm still trying to figure out how to shop on it.

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P.S - This website is not user friendly at all. I'm still trying to figure out how to shop on it.[/quote]

You first need to create a login for yourself, its not an online store where you can purchase. Its a forum just like TBHP, and you will find lots of helpful information mostly on bikes and cars as well.

You may even send an e-mail to Ron, in the contact information asking for the UNI filter and wait for a response. You will need to first remit the amount and then the filter is shipped to your address. These filters are selling like hot cakes and may have to wait for some time to get your hands on them. Some times the stocks are also not available.

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hehe straight6, you just need to register and send an e-mail / PM to chinoy for ordering the filters or you can send in the DD in his name, you can find the details under customer support section.
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You first need to create a login for yourself, its not an online store where you can purchase. Its a forum just like TBHP, and you will find lots of helpful information mostly on bikes and cars as well.

You may even send an e-mail to Ron, in the contact information asking for the UNI filter and wait for a response. You will need to first remit the amount and then the filter is shipped to your address. These filters are selling like hot cakes and may have to wait for some time to get your hands on them. Some times the stocks are also not available.

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hehe straight6, you just need to register and send an e-mail / PM to chinoy for ordering the filters or you can send in the DD in his name, you can find the details under customer support section.
Thanks guys. I'm going to contact them before I place the order so I can check on the availability first. I cant wait any longer actually, I am going to buy the stock setup. Apparently, there are 3 types of foams available. Its going to cost me a total of around 650 bucks.

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Thanks guys. I'm going to contact them before I place the order so I can check on the availability first. I cant wait any longer actually, I am going to buy the stock setup. Apparently, there are 3 types of foams available. Its going to cost me a total of around 650 bucks.
please post the snaps of three types of foam filters which you are talking about.
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please post the snaps of three types of foam filters which you are talking about.
Damn I read this post after I bought the stuff. I bought the foam that cost 70 bucks. The one above that was for 190 bucks but the guy in the shop said there is no need to buy that as this will work fine. I'm thinking I'll install that one after the rains or get the one from RDD. Here's a pic of how the K&N looked.
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Ok guys, I'm a little confused here and need some help.

If I want to replace the stock Yamaha RX135 headlamp with a more powerful headlamp, this is what I need to do...

1. Buy a swaraj mazda headlamp doom.

2. Buy P43T H4 bulb assembly.

3. Ceramic/plastic connector.

4. What else ?????

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Old 23rd June 2008, 14:22   #135
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Ok guys, I'm a little confused here and need some help.

If I want to replace the stock Yamaha RX135 headlamp with a more powerful headlamp, this is what I need to do...

1. Buy a swaraj mazda headlamp doom.

2. Buy P43T H4 bulb assembly.

3. Ceramic/plastic connector.

4. What else ?????

Add these too

you have change the regulator with a high rating. swaraj mazdas dome accepts only halonix bulbs coz the dome has its own design and curves inside where only halonix can be fitted.
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