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Old 20th March 2010, 14:51   #1111
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Deliveries have started for UCE electra.
Just came from the showroom. The OTR is Rs.1,03,600/- in GHAZIABAD for ES/Disc and Rs.99,000/- for KS/Drum.
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Is that an All India waiting list?
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Old 20th March 2010, 15:00   #1113
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Is that an All India waiting list?
I doubt it. I believe its just the waiting list for the brand store in which I booked the bike.
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Old 20th March 2010, 15:16   #1114
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The calender is pretty nice! I have one too.

Insist on the leather pouch too!
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Old 23rd March 2010, 23:45   #1115
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Just came from the showroom. The OTR is Rs.1,03,600/- in GHAZIABAD for ES/Disc and Rs.99,000/- for KS/Drum.
Got my UCE Electra yesterday. Will upload pics as soon as i get time.
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I'm not sure for how much longer my patience is going to be tested! I was supposed to get my CL 500 (black) today. But now there is some problem at the MUMBAI RTO due to which there has been a delay in the registration process thus causing a further delay in delivery. Should hopefully get it by next week!
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Old 25th March 2010, 17:58   #1117
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How can problems at RTO (what problems?) delay your delivery! Doesn't makes sense to me.

By the way can anyone confirm if RE dealers in your respective cities have stopped taking booking for CL350 till later this year?
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Old 25th March 2010, 18:06   #1118
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How can problems at RTO (what problems?) delay your delivery! Doesn't makes sense to me.

By the way can anyone confirm if RE dealers in your respective cities have stopped taking booking for CL350 till later this year?
Some dealers provide the option of registering the vehicle on your behalf. For this, they need to take your bike to the RTO, which, if closed\on strike\etc, can delay delivery of the vehicle.
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How can problems at RTO (what problems?) delay your delivery! Doesn't makes sense to me.

By the way can anyone confirm if RE dealers in your respective cities have stopped taking booking for CL350 till later this year?
Atleast in Bangalore (HSR Services) it soon will. The rep said the orders will be taken till the month end, and will resume on a later date as specified by the company.
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@Monk Thats quite a good thing then. Saves customers lot of time.

@Dhruva So not many bookings have been made in Bangalore then and they have room for more.
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Old 27th March 2010, 21:00   #1121
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@Dhruva So not many bookings have been made in Bangalore then and they have room for more.
No no they have had a lot of bookings and there are a whole lot of people waiting for their bikes, and i myself had waited for nearly 5 months before i got my C350. Seems like many are reluctant to go for the classic now owing to its waiting period.
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Old 28th March 2010, 16:47   #1122
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@RECL350- I believe on older Bullets which came with the front fork sleeves use to rub the same way. My CL500 has made quite of indention on the forks. It's due to misaligned/loose sleeves and clearance issue. Although I corrected it by myself and since then it has stopped rubbing.
By the way, why is your front brake hose holder not fixed on the mudguard?
How did you correct it? Its not been a week and Im having the same problem - rubbing of the fork and bits of paint chipped off the mudguard close to the sleeve.
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How did you correct it? Its not been a week and Im having the same problem - rubbing of the fork and bits of paint chipped off the mudguard close to the sleeve.
Its quite simple and if you are a bit technical or good with DIY things then you can do it easily. But mine was not touching the fender, just the sleeve and fork feeling each other.

Loosen up the sleeve a tad bit from where the front number plate is attached on to. With one hand touching the lower part of sleeve and fork, feel the gap between the inner side of sleeve and fork. Move the sleeve around until you feel the gap between the inside of the sleeve and fork is equal and aligns properly and its not touching each other at any point. If you find that clumsy way of doing it then take four matchsticks. Squeeze them gently from down under at 12,3,6,9 o'clock position. Then tighten the sleeve from top.

But as you say the sleeve is touching the mudguard, then for that you should check if your mudguard is not aligned properly or any bend support rods on the mudguard. Also check for the gap between sleeve and mudguard on booth sides.
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Its quite simple and if you are a bit technical or good with DIY things then you can do it easily. But mine was not touching the fender, just the sleeve and fork feeling each other.

Loosen up the sleeve a tad bit from where the front number plate is attached on to. With one hand touching the lower part of sleeve and fork, feel the gap between the inner side of sleeve and fork. Move the sleeve around until you feel the gap between the inside of the sleeve and fork is equal and aligns properly and its not touching each other at any point. If you find that clumsy way of doing it then take four matchsticks. Squeeze them gently from down under at 12,3,6,9 o'clock position. Then tighten the sleeve from top.

But as you say the sleeve is touching the mudguard, then for that you should check if your mudguard is not aligned properly or any bend support rods on the mudguard. Also check for the gap between sleeve and mudguard on booth sides.
Thanks a lot. Cheers!
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Happened on my Bull too.

The service guys just whacked it back in shape.
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