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Old 10th August 2007, 14:55   #16
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lovely pics bunny . Thanks for all the info .
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Thanks all..

accordin to the guy i spoke too (who made the shoot possible) , all the pricings are including the duties, in India. these are the prices u wud pay if u want any of these bikes!

If that is the case, then this is really a good deal since these bikes would be "clean" will all papers intact.

hmmm......now i AM tempted,. lets see, maybe a visit to Mumbai soooon!

bunny, are these bikes a "one off" deal or is the seller in the business of importing bikes?
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Those prices are the norm really. But these bikes will be under TR.
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Old 10th August 2007, 15:16   #19
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Those prices are the norm really. But these bikes will be under TR.

so does that mean that I may have to wait to get the registration done in my name? since under TR there is normally a lock in period (forgotten what it is) before one can sell the car/bike, else it attracts the regular duty of 105%.
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The movistar feautured in this shoot was apparently sold a few days back.
The hornet, alongwith the others is up for sale.
Bunny, all these bikes are brought down as 'baggage' just like mostg other imports around here, and have about 70k duty paid.
Additionally, none of these can be transferred on the name of the owner for a period of two years too.

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Old 10th August 2007, 16:02   #21
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so does that mean that I may have to wait to get the registration done in my name? since under TR there is normally a lock in period (forgotten what it is) before one can sell the car/bike, else it attracts the regular duty of 105%.
i think so himanshu if the bikes are on TR then you would have to wait to transfer them to your name. i also thought that customs had stopped the TR sytem. anyone is allowed to import a car or a bike but it has to be from the place of origin. fill me in guys
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The movistar feautured in this shoot was apparently sold a few days back.
For How much is it sold ? Are all bikes in Mumbai ?
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Yea mugen, all these bikes are in mumbai.
The movistar got sold at 7L.

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Just Two Words.

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The movistar feautured in this shoot was apparently sold a few days back.
The hornet, alongwith the others is up for sale.
Bunny, all these bikes are brought down as 'baggage' just like mostg other imports around here, and have about 70k duty paid.
Additionally, none of these can be transferred on the name of the owner for a period of two years too.

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So,if a person can't transfer the bike to him name,would he get into trouble if he's stopped by cops? Or is there some kind of court affidivit that states that the person riding the bike is the owner,hence avoid any trouble?
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So,if a person can't transfer the bike to him name,would he get into trouble if he's stopped by cops? Or is there some kind of court affidivit that states that the person riding the bike is the owner,hence avoid any trouble?
i dont think there would be any court affidivit or any other paper work stateing the bike being in your name. this is what i was talking about earlier. if you get stopped by the cop you show the papers that are on the other persons name.
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so does that mean that I may have to wait to get the registration done in my name? since under TR there is normally a lock in period (forgotten what it is) before one can sell the car/bike, else it attracts the regular duty of 105%.
Sorry Guys . Please explain what TR is and how it works. !!

What about used Bikes like 03/04 from Bangkok etc? - Hows the cheapest way to bring them down?
Sorry to side track but just to confim these Bikes are awesome
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Actually got to ride the Mz Mozkito in pune itself,its for sale for about 80K.these Guys only deal in New bikes,thts wht the guy who got the Mz told me.
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TR (transfer of residence), Paperwork, e.t.c have been well covered in the following thread.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/everyt...ike-india.html

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wowww awesome lookig bikes specially the yahamaha is mind blowing.. bunny any EMi schemes... lolz
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