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Old 10th December 2010, 11:50   #31
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I've never faced any issue of lugging in by bullet and I pull the lever all the way back everytime. It just needs a bit of getting used to..
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What do you ride?
He has an RTR160 at present. I hope its still the same.

Sunil, you can do it either ways and as Praful has said, it does not make much of a difference. Of course the ideal way is to pull the clutch in fully as explained by EssYouWe.
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I've never faced any issue of lugging in by bullet and I pull the lever all the way back everytime. It just needs a bit of getting used to..
My bike doesn't lug, but "jumps" a bit. I guess I'll have to get used to the riding style of fully pulling the clutch and releasing it right at the proper speeds and RPMs.

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He has an RTR160 at present. I hope its still the same.

Sunil, you can do it either ways and as Praful has said, it does not make much of a difference. Of course the ideal way is to pull the clutch in fully as explained by EssYouWe.
Yup! I still ride the RTR We still have a pending ride, remember?
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Yup! I still ride the RTR We still have a pending ride, remember?
Oh yes! Itching to do a ride on the weekend. We will take it offline via PM/SMS but in short my ride is currently undergoing the 2nd stage of upgrades at Joel's. So we will surely do one once its back.
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