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Old 24th August 2010, 14:57   #46
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Try the MRF showroom on JC road. PM me if you want more details. I got mine few months ago for Rs. 3.5k
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i got mine a month back. Thanks anyways
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Try the MRF showroom on JC road. PM me if you want more details. I got mine few months ago for Rs. 3.5k
3.5K for a single tyre?

I changed my back tyre last week from Naveen tyres, Koramangala to MRF 3.50/19, costed me Rs1550 for the tyre + Rs300 for the tube
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Why no one is worried about AVL Res. All AVL owners are satisfied? I think AVL parts will have harder availability than CIs.
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How much does oil rocker set (am I saying it correctly) for Bullet 350 cost?
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All AVL owners are satisfied? I think AVL parts will have harder availability than CIs.
Any advice on what parts we should stock?

This is what I could think of for AVL:
- Oil seals for gearbox and engine are very very rare to find.
- Gearbox Roller bearings, since they are very vulnerable because of limited oil supply and quite delicate.
- Carburettor parts (BS26 CV) are also difficult to find from Enfield. A better place to look at is Bajaj, since they use the same on the Pulsar, yet its difficult.
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I am having a Machismo A350 2000 model with AVL engine. While going through parts catalogues,I came in some confusion about Part Numbers. Some examples are as under:

Stud tappet cover (Metric) 145119/a(A 350), 145119/a (350 & 500)
Tappet cover 814010 (A 350), 814010 (350 & 500)
Tappet cover gasket 500430 (A 350), 500333/b (350), 510253/b (500)
Decompressor shaft 500500 (A 350), 500335/a (350), 500500/f (500)
Decompressor lever 500503 (A 350), 500503/b (350 & 500)
Cam assembly Exhaust 500429 (A 350), 500429/e (350 & 500)
Cam assembly inlet 500428 (A 350), 500428/e (350 & 500)
Oil filter element 500613 (A 350), 500613/a (350 & 500)

What is the concept of this “a”, “b”, “c”, “d”, “e” etc in part number?

When ‘Tappet cover’ & ‘stud’ is same, how the ‘Tappet cover gasket’ is different for Machismo A350, 350 & 500?

Part number for “Decompressor shaft” of A350 (500500) is matching to Machismo 500 (500500/f) but different for Machismo 350 (500335) itself?
Is the oil filter element can be fit to each other?

Besides the bore-piston & crank shaft assembly the tappet cover, decompressor shaft, decompressor lever are also a rare part for AVL engines (because they are quite cheap as and dealers are not interested to stock these 30-50 Rs parts.). I have seen many machismos with CI tappet cover, they have either lost the decompression function or converted like CI with hole in cylinder head.

Presently the parts are only available with new parts numbers like a,b,c etc and dealers says that there is no problem with these a,b,c.
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Does Royal Enfield provide cylinder liner for bullets (older CIs, AVL & new UCE)?
Can anyone have ever got just the ‘liner’ only instead of complete cylinder barrel at the time engine rebuild?
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