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Old 21st September 2010, 19:32   #31
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I took delivery of my bike yesterday.
Congrats Raju, the bike looks awesome. And the helmet which matches the bike is the icing on the cake (or head )

Run in the bike and enjoy what it has to offer. I know its too early but how is the refinement of the ride? Do you find any vibes in the handle bar/foot pegs so far?
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Old 22nd September 2010, 17:38   #32
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Congrats Raju, the bike looks awesome. And the helmet which matches the bike is the icing on the cake (or head )

Run in the bike and enjoy what it has to offer. I know its too early but how is the refinement of the ride? Do you find any vibes in the handle bar/foot pegs so far?
Thanks abhinav! So far I am not seeing any vibrations. The ride is very smooth. Yes the helmet is good but it is very heavy. I think very soon I will go for a lighter helmet otherwise I will get neck pain soon.
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Old 22nd September 2010, 18:47   #33
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Oh!! Raju, just forgot to mention one point; keep an eye on the Yamaha logo on the rear, which is just above the tail lamp. Yamaha hasn't payed much attention to it because it is prone to fall of from every FZ & Fazer. May be you want to pull it out & stick with some good glue.
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Thanks for the tip aargee! I think I'll fix it with qwikfix or something.
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Thanks for the tip aargee! I think I'll fix it with qwikfix or something.
Quickfix may not be of much help here; you may want to try the least with Anabond or mSeal or Fevilite or Fevikwick. Not sure which one is stronger between Fevilite or Fevikwick, but use the one that's in liquid & be careful not to touch the adhesive with hands.
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