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Old 19th June 2008, 14:56   #31
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shakensoul to get the best of lighting for your bike.. buy a 90/100 lighitining kit.

I have it on my bike, makes the best of the lot.

I have the CL-II headlight on my bike with the Maruti Omni Round Dome(inside).
Could you elaborate on this a bit ..what all did you fit and cost of the kit, whats included in the kit.
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Old 19th June 2008, 15:16   #32
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well a 90/100 kit will have the drum and stator plate including the rewound coils, you would need to replace it with your existing setup. Basically the system is build to support the bulbs of 90/100 range, just like you have the 55/60 bulbs. So bigger bulbs.. more light with the more current to support them.

I had an RX-100 which i got converted to RXG-135..

As for the CL=II headlight dome, its just for the looks....
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Where did you buy the kit and the cost ?
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Old 19th June 2008, 18:38   #34
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the kit is from bangalore.. and costed me 5k...
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the kit is from bangalore.. and costed me 5k...
Ouch....that hurts.

Headlight upgrade plan delayed due to insufficient funds
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Old 20th June 2008, 08:24   #36
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well ya it know.. it comes in the same price range everywhere..its good for the ones who ride in the night.. you can go for a better bulb in the same range.. ie choose a better company like phillips or osrams for the specifications of 55/60 for your bike. The light will be better than the one you will have now.
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Old 20th June 2008, 09:39   #37
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My existing bulb is a Halonix 12V 35/35, so can I use a 55/60 in my existing setup without putting too much load/risk on the wiring ?
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oh my apologies.. 35/35.. i forgot the bulb configurations.. no it wont be able to support the 55/60 bulbs..
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Some small updates...getting a FE of around 30-35 kmpl, still under testing phase ....speed < 50 kmph.

List of authorized Yamaha parts shop:

Jayna Motor Cycles Pvt. Ltd.
Amit Jain
2177/61, Naiwala, Karol Bagh,
New Delhi - 110005
Ph : 011- 28754372 / 28759400 / 41548577 / 9810252167

Sahil Auto's
(Spl. in Yamaha 350CC spares)
1882/45, Naiwala, Karol Bagh, New Delhi - 110005
Ph : 011- 28752824 / 28757537

Some spare parts prices :

Chrome silencer pipe - 1025 (Jayna)/ 936 (Sahil)
Left switch assembly - 315
Chrome mudguard - 515
Main speedometer set - 435
Yamaha rear shockers - 1081 (pair)
Gabriel rear shockers - 900 (pair)

Photo session coming after complete upgrade
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Anyone heard of company Endurance ? The rear shockers are priced at 700/- from endurance.

This is the website. Endurance Group - Products

Looking at their profile, it seems they supply to many big companies.

Will this shocker be compatible with yamaha RX ?
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Bought a couple of things.

1. Silencer pipe - Rs. 946
2. Rear shockers (endurance) - Rs. 700 pair.

Pics coming tonight....
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Bought a couple of things.

1. Silencer pipe - Rs. 946
2. Rear shockers (endurance) - Rs. 700 pair.









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After fitting the new pipe, the sound is soft and the thump is missing. Will changing the muffler from the old pipe make any difference ?
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Did you buy an RXG/RX135 pipe by any chance?
The end of the muffler in the final pic does look quite wide, the 100 had a slimmer end-pipe.
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I remember seeing the shop in KB i got my bike setup from this man once it was actually his daddy took care of this. the bike looks good and congrats...
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