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Old 2nd May 2006, 12:36   #16
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a two year old f4i should be in the range of 5 to 5.5 lakhs in bangalore depending on condition and paper work.

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Would the prize of Suzuki be significantly different ? Any suggestions?
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Would the prize of Suzuki be significantly different ? Any suggestions?
Any other brand would be about 25-30 k cheaper than the honda's counterpart.
Apparently the gixxer 600's powerband kicks in a little later than the other 600's which would mean less fun. If i were you i'd probably look the green way, and they are fewer than most around whichofferes someoniqueness as well.

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Any other brand would be about 25-30 k cheaper than the honda's counterpart.
Apparently the gixxer 600's powerband kicks in a little later than the other 600's which would mean less fun. If i were you i'd probably look the green way, and they are fewer than most around whichofferes someoniqueness as well.

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Thx buddy.

But from what I have heard , Honda and Suzukis are pocket freindly to maintain , compared to Yamaha and Kawasaki.. and also command better resale values later.. is is true?

I would be really stretching to buy this bike and hence longterm maintenance is a maojr issue.

Welcome your suggestions / comments.
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Cool best bike

Dear BOB,

I think Yamaha R1 & Hayabusa GSXR1300RR

is best bike for ur cousin, these bikes r very famous,

anybody watch u & ur cousin



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hey ppl.. im planning to export my suzuki gsxr1000 2005 next month .. but i need to knw more abt export prosedure.. would it b easy if i transfer it by TR.. guys plz give me easy suggestion..
Or else it will b better to buy one in india there...??
& guys im definetely exporting HAYABUSA TURBO charged by end of this month...now its bangkok.... waiting for it to cum by august....
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Thx buddy.

But from what I have heard , Honda and Suzukis are pocket freindly to maintain , compared to Yamaha and Kawasaki.. and also command better resale values later.. is is true?

I would be really stretching to buy this bike and hence longterm maintenance is a maojr issue.

Welcome your suggestions / comments.

well parts for kwackers are certainly a tad more expensive even if you get them from singapore, but maybe you could source your consumables from the US (if you have someone there) as kawasakis are certainly slighly more famous there and hence cheaper parts.

From what i have read and heard (as i have never owned a big bike) the hondas and suzukis are much more refined and hassle free when compared to the yams and kawasakis. And hondas sell for a slight premium in our used bike market as well.

Like rtech pointed out the 600 rr s are gettin common around here, so incase you want to be distinguished even between the big bikes, green bikes are the way to go.

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Old 3rd May 2006, 17:29   #22
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Dear BOB,

I think Yamaha R1 & Hayabusa GSXR1300RR

is best bike for ur cousin, these bikes r very famous,

anybody watch u & ur cousin



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and maybe his cousin could do a certain famous johnny then?

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hi team people

can you pls suggest me genuine dealer for imported bikes in bombay?

one of my cousin want imported bike.
his budget for bike not yet decided but he can go high if thing click him.

another thing i want to know is which bike is good.

one thing is sure racing kind bigger look bike but not cruiser type.

oblige

thanx . . .BOB
Can't predict any Genuiness...
I will give u the Info, give my reference...
Do ur research & proceed without my liability...

Mumbai:-
Bachoo Motor's - Tardeo.
Virendra Singh - Chembur - 98923 51193.
Sunil - - 98200 96797.
Central Garage - Kisan Roa - 300 45 45.
Someone at Sion Circle also.

Pune:-
Dream Bikes - Harjeet Singh Makkad - 98902 20555, 261 34 580.
Samir - - 94220 14423, 256 52 694.

Delhi:-
Ikjot - - 98100 00708.

Internet:-
www.xbhp.com - Sunny Bhai, Bunny Bhai.

That's renowned list besides many other...

I wanted to buy a bike, but counldt make a suitable budget, so had done
a big research to know the sellers...

Just make sure u buy a bike with all documents.

let me know wat u buy...

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I think Hayabusa GSXR1300RR from,
BAD BOY CLUB

Is this some new Bike
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hey all o u . . . .
hope ya ll doin good. . .
im new here so here goes ma intro . . .
ma names jake , originally 4m kerala but nw in madras doin ma B.E in E.C.E . . .
im 21 n im into all kinds of machines ,on a broader sense . . i like sporty stuff but i guess im more inclined towards the laid-back , easy going stance of a cruiser. . . guess it reflects off my view of life as a whole . . .
neways , dats y i got meself an avenger ...yea ,proud of it . . .
Got it 7 months back , on sept 29th . . ma babys doin good till nw .. expect fer a few niggles here n there . . . . dats allrite ,whos perfect ??
newats ,happened to chance on de board wen i was lookin fer mods for ma ride . . .
more on dat l8r . . .
will post l8r.
tc all o u
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please post an intro in the appropriare section, and go through the announcements section as well, its there for a reason.

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Can't predict any Genuiness...
I will give u the Info, give my reference...
Do ur research & proceed without my liability...

Mumbai:-
Bachoo Motor's - Tardeo.
Virendra Singh - Chembur - 98923 51193.
Sunil - - 98200 96797.
Central Garage - Kisan Roa - 300 45 45.
Someone at Sion Circle also.

Pune:-
Dream Bikes - Harjeet Singh Makkad - 98902 20555, 261 34 580.
Samir - - 94220 14423, 256 52 694.

Delhi:-
Ikjot - - 98100 00708.
virendra singh is no dealer and doesn't know crap about prices as well.

samir marathe from pune is all talk, beware of this guy.

bachoo is one of the oldest players in the business and is forim on his prices, but his bikes are apparently real clean as well, add maharashtra motors to the same description, smooth talker as well - both are slightly expensive but their used bikes are smooth.

dream bikes is kind of expensive but have heard good things about them.

sunil is a member on the forum (s600benz) really helpful guy and can get you whatever you want provided you want something brand new.

sion circle guy is matchless motors, again does a lot of talking and never has any bikes, atleast mostly.

i have got in touch with most of these guys when i was loking for a bike, first hand experiences.

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i guess you should actually contact Bachoo motors or may be Maharashtra motors as they play real and the bikes are clean with all the paper work ... you might find what you want with them if not then they can always get you what you want ... if history is anything to go by then these guys are genuine...
as this is your first bike (presuming) you should actualy get things done from these guys ..would be hasslefree for you ... may be 20ks more ...
cheerz...
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i remember one BACHOO's @ opp. Tardeo bus depot.
they r there since i was a toddler.
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near minarva theathre, there is one showroom
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hey ppl.. im planning to export my suzuki gsxr1000 2005 next month .. but i need to knw more abt export prosedure.. would it b easy if i transfer it by TR.. guys plz give me easy suggestion..
Or else it will b better to buy one in india there...??
& guys im definetely exporting HAYABUSA TURBO charged by end of this month...now its bangkok.... waiting for it to cum by august....
try out dreambikes in pune. donno the number but the website is
www.dreambikesonline.com
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