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Old 4th February 2010, 01:06   #136
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Congrats for the bike and good upgrade on tires . .

Cost of Pirelli Demon Sport, 110/70 front and 130/70 rear, please ? and these are 17 inch right?

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Old 4th February 2010, 01:34   #137
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8.9k but paid 6.9k, as i exchanged my old tyres also
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congrats mate! i loved your tyres, i still have the stock tyres! Ive completed 4900kms done, now im looking forward to some mods too!
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Wow! Nice tires. what size are they? and can they fit on a HH Hunk?
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8.9k but paid 6.9k, as i exchanged my old tyres also
please put up some pics.
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Hey Abhayhanu, congrats on the new ride and tyres too, looks great.
I`ve been looking for some good tyres for my Karizma for ages now. Could you please tell me where was this tyre shop?
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Old 4th February 2010, 14:49   #142
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Awesome tyres mate!! Congrats on your new ride!

Happy motoring.
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Old 4th February 2010, 23:12   #143
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Wow! Nice tires. what size are they? and can they fit on a HH Hunk?
As mentioned earlier, they are 110/70 front and 130/70 rear, but i dont know if they will SUITE the hunk, you can fit them, but you will have to ask Hosh if they suite or no.

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please put up some pics.
There are pics on the previous page

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Hey Abhayhanu, congrats on the new ride and tyres too, looks great.
I`ve been looking for some good tyres for my Karizma for ages now. Could you please tell me where was this tyre shop?
Its called 4 seasons automobiles, its exactly opposite to the new central mall, the one which was crossroads at tardeo, its in jayhant industrial estate, just as you enter the estate you will see a huge michelin board as he is the official dealer.



For everyone, he is a learned man, and calmly explain what you want and listen to what he says, and reach a decision together, in which you will be happy and he will be happy seeing a bike ride well.
Also do tell him my name, that i recommended him.
4 Seasons - 02266633994
If anything else tell me.


Other note, today i have shut down the bike at 427 kms, so will call and take a appointment for service on monday.

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nice...just to confirm you got pirelli for 17 inch rims ? last i checked they were only available for 18 inch.

after you ride them for a while do let us know how they are in comparison to stock.by the way the stock rear tyre was 120mm right ?
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nice...just to confirm you got pirelli for 17 inch rims ? last i checked they were only available for 18 inch.

after you ride them for a while do let us know how they are in comparison to stock.by the way the stock rear tyre was 120mm right ?
For both, yes, but i really wont know much of a difference as i rode them for just 300 kms and that also sedately, but i can tell this for a fact, these are much much better on corners than the stocks.
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Wow! Nice tires. what size are they? and can they fit on a HH Hunk?
The Pulsar has 17 inch wheels, where as the HH bikes have 18 inch ones.
Lets hope they have the same tyres in 18 inch versions too.
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Abhay - Sorry to hijack your thread, but I need the assistance of all regarding my query.
I booked the P220 with Shriram Motors (Ghatkopar West), Since I wanted the silver colour, I was told that the waiting time would be around 20-25 days, I told them as long as I get my silver colour I don't mind waiting for 30 days.
All this was done on January 14, 2010.
I called up the dealer for the update of the delivery, he informed me that the Silver MIGHT (Because he said he is still trying)not be available. This is after I have made the downpayment and waited for 20 days. What do you guys suggest I do ?
I have planned on the course of action, however will be greatly obliged to hear your reverts on this quandary. My restored Shogun is serving me well for thecommute from home to work and back, hence the necessity of a 2 wheeler is not being felt.
Await your replies on the same.
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Old 6th February 2010, 19:26   #148
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Have completed 500 kms, lets see what is the closing KM today. Have booked the service for monday and then will really let loose this monster.
Tomorrow will stick my T-bhp stickers also
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Old 7th February 2010, 20:09   #149
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I, my friend and another friend on his FZ-S went for a little ride today, here are the pics.
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Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0602.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0603.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0604.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0606.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0613.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0618.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0621.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0625.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0627.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0631.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0642.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0653.jpg  

Pulsar 220 (new) or the Apache RTR 180 - EDIT - Bought Pulsar 220 M-dsc_0655.jpg  


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The 'got BHP' sticker looks good on the quarter fairing
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