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Old 21st December 2009, 23:05   #16
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Such a beautifully done bike, you are lucky to have it. What are the two holes on right hand side clutch case maybe above the brake paddle, is there some thing missing.

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Old 22nd December 2009, 12:06   #17
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Such a beautifully done bike, you are lucky to have it. What are the two holes on right hand side clutch case maybe above the brake paddle, is there some thing missing.

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Those are the holes to screw the clutch case to the body, that's it.
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Old 22nd December 2009, 18:24   #18
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now thats a beauty ! looks butch and macho and has a charm of its own !
just a suggestion, though...you might want to look at tighter lining for the seats. just a little firming up should do and your beauty would be faultless
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@manjunag

Are you living around marathahalli?
Because On 25th I guess I have seen this bike at marathahalli
I was attracted with the unique yezdi note, and before I looked into that fully , the bike had crossed me and I was sitting on my RK switched off near axis bank ATM.

Is that you ?
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Thats an absolute beauty Sir; The only thing that matches it in stance and road presence has to be the royal enfield. Being an owner myself i know exactly how it feels. If you ask me; the roadking has a better sound then my bull i think.
A real simple bike to maintain and a gem of a ride.
Keep it smart and keep it thumping. A Connoisseur's delight this one...

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Old 29th December 2009, 15:50   #21
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Wow.. a nice bike there... only the old number is a give away, else it looks as if it came out of the showroom just now. Congrats...
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Old 29th December 2009, 19:23   #22
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Lovely bike. Next to the RD 350, MY favorite bike. I remember once when i was riding triple to a college function, the kicker rod broke and the bike was stuck in 4th gear. Used a running start, all three would get on and then the bike would pull in 4th gear from stop, even on slopes. Would love to buy another one. Difficult to get though.
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Hi guys, take a look at my prized possession, a 1989 yezdi roadking which I bought a few months back, it was in immaculate condition, single owner. I added a few cosmetic touches and viola, what a beauty...!!! check this out...
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I am looking to buy a Yezdi. Would appreciate any information you can share.

I am unable to PM you, request you to PM, so that i can connect up with you in your spare time.
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Amazing bike! Appears to have more character than most superbikes around.

I have this fetish for standards that does not seem to be appreciated by manufactures any more. Rx 100, yezdi etc. had a form factor that I always thought was the best compromise between a laid back cruiser with poor handling and an overtly aggressive and sharp but uncomfortable sportsbike.

Iron 883 and Ninja 650r are few candidates.
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Hi guys, take a look at my prized possession, a 1989 yezdi roadking which I bought a few months back, it was in immaculate condition, single owner. I added a few cosmetic touches and viola, what a beauty...!!! check this out...
Great looking bike, congratulations! with the pic what I observe is it must be a pampered bike for you and loved ones for the prev owner that could be the reason for having that fancy number, please change the seat to a proper shaped ones and also change the tail lamp assey. The one you have is of a Yezdi CL250 but not Road King.
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Great looking bike, congratulations! with the pic what I observe is it must be a pampered bike for you and loved ones for the prev owner that could be the reason for having that fancy number, please change the seat to a proper shaped ones and also change the tail lamp assey. The one you have is of a Yezdi CL250 but not Road King.
How do you explain the roadking tank?

I have a '96 CL2.
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