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Old 27th September 2010, 23:04   #31
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Hey guys, I have done close to 4000 kms on my bike till now. But I am not feeling that my bike is smooth, as compared to old bullets which has done lots of kms. I was under the impression that after 3000 kms and proper servicing and run-in, the engine should become smooth.
Is this normal? Should the bike run for few more thousand kms for the engine to become smooth?
And also what is the average fuel efficiency which we can expect out of bullet?
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Old 28th September 2010, 05:22   #32
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Hi Abhishek,

Even though running in the archaic CI engine never really stops, one can assume that it would a reasonable way along by 4000 kms.

Can you elaborate on when and how many oil changes your Bull has undergone? Describe the lack of smoothness a bit more.
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