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Old 1st June 2005, 20:16   #16
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@merve_extreme : Dude the low top end is also due to the the shorter wheels. Are you sure the manual mentions top speed ?? am asking because i have 180 DTSi 2003 model & there's no mention of top speed & it wasnt in the classics either.
yes my 2005 manual has listed the topspeed.it is the december 2004 version.

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Btw do you use your bike only on weekends kya ? me did 1650 kms in 20 days
our town is actually very small so i dont travel more than 15kms per day.hence only 1650km then and 1850km now.thanks for the advice.i'll wait and see if the topwack increases after some more running.
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you missed my point, the top whack may not increase, its just that the vehicle becomes much smoother & the way you achiev the top whach may change. Anyways i would suggest you to 1st get bored of the current power & then go for mods :-)
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