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Old 12th July 2008, 01:50   #16
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Hey dude congrats for the purchase
what about the front number plates, doing anything about it?

Post some pictures soon dude!
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Old 12th July 2008, 02:17   #17
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Like the P-220 or any other sportsbike, the bike performs a check of all the electricals during start, during which the tacho needle goes to the limit and comes back. The engine needn't be on at that time.
Even a Pulsar- 150 does .......
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Sajid, that was a sweet report on the R-1-5. Congrats on this purchase. I am yet to see it in the flesh, out here in Hyderabad, i haven't even seen a single one on road.

Btw, good choice of the color, i think it looks best in blue. Please put up pictures of the blue bike and SRK
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Old 13th July 2008, 19:42   #19
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the pics would be out soon guys ! and the bike would be soon badged as ' 33 ' like my other bikes and cars !
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Old 14th July 2008, 09:31   #20
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here is the first pic
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Old 14th July 2008, 10:54   #21
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Guys ! need your suggestions on the following :-

I want to fit an anti theft security system on my bike and change the factory fitted horn as R15 comes fitted with a single weak horn , but when i talked to the yamaha guys , they told me that if i install any third party product on my bike the warranty would be void , he said that soon yamaha would declare some third party products as authorized parts , and i have to wait till this happens. , can i get any help on this ?


another question is , is any R15 owner thinking about broader tires for R15 ? please let me know if there is any positive answer for me .

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Old 19th July 2008, 00:45   #22
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some more pics for you guys



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Congrats Sajid on your new acquisition. Please keep us posted on how the bike feels like from every angle. It will help fellow buyers. Yes do not tamper with the under- warranty material. Let the warranty be over and then you're free from such hassles.
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Old 19th July 2008, 21:23   #24
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Good pics there Sajid and the front number plate is fitted @ a peculiar place though. Anyways regarding the third party authorized products, its better not to play around with after market installation as it would void the warranty and its ideal to wait for those authorized products by Yamaha or wait until the warranty period is over.
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Dear Maverick & Anjan , u guys are right , i better not mess with the bike's warranty , and anjan , the bike's handling and braking is awesome ! day before yesterday i was messing with my brother in law who owns a pulsar 180 , we started off together , he was changing gears at around 5000 rpm and i was pulling the rpms to 8000 regularly , in each gear , the result , i couldn't find his bike in my rear view mirrors within a minute , just 60 seconds ! this bike can easily thrash pulsar 200 !! but i have to check where it stands against pulsar 220 , will be feeding you the informations as i progress

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Sajid you definitely need a better helmet to go alongwith that bike
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I totally agree with Sankar
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Sajid you definitely need a better helmet to go alongwith that bike
Congrats sajid, and you also require a good number plate on the front too.
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point noted guys ! when i visit Delhi the next time , i'm gonna head straight to the yamaha dealer i got the bike from, he's got SHOEI helmets on display , i think i might try it ,

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