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Old 30th January 2008, 02:42   #1
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Need a cam pulse generator for a Honda CBR F4i. Any clue where I can get one?

Can I get one from Honda officially or will I have to approach bike dealers? Obviously I would like to go by an official route.

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Old 31st January 2008, 02:02   #2
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Old 31st January 2008, 11:14   #3
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Contact Kishan Rao at Mumbai Central or Maharastra Motors in Grant Road.
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Old 31st January 2008, 11:43   #4
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@Ajaybiz: Kishan Rao died sometime back, you have no idea whats going on with his workshop and stuff, its a long story dude!
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Old 31st January 2008, 11:46   #5
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Oops sorry to hear that man as left Mumbai three and half years ago and after that i was not in touch with him.
BTW how it happen man?and whats going on over there?
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@Ajaybiz: Heart attack when on vacation with one of his GF's. His GF's are claiming his workshop now!

@Anku: Bikebandit is useless because they dont deliver to India and they have horrible customer service. Besides, they will not accept a credit card from here.
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Old 31st January 2008, 12:56   #7
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sad to hear about kishan rao uncle... have met him a couple of times through a friend who use to give him engines...

Straight6: Sometime back is how long???
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Old 31st January 2008, 14:17   #8
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Around a 30-40 days back.
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@Jade: Are you looking for the square or the round module?
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@Anku: Bikebandit is useless because they dont deliver to India and they have horrible customer service. Besides, they will not accept a credit card from here.
They do deliver to your doorstep, even in India. However i have to agree the customer service at bikebandit.com is crap, more like non-existant!!
But, the shipping is quite expensve. I am not sure how big and heavy the part is, but ideally if not too much of a load i'd buy it off bikebandit.com and have it shipped to someone whose coming down.
Don't worry, the customs would not really trouble you much.

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They do deliver to your doorstep, even in India. However i have to agree the customer service at bikebandit.com is crap, more like non-existant!!
But, the shipping is quite expensve. I am not sure how big and heavy the part is, but ideally if not too much of a load i'd buy it off bikebandit.com and have it shipped to someone whose coming down.
Don't worry, the customs would not really trouble you much.

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I had spoken to them for a headlight when I had the CBR and they said they will not deliver outside the US. When did they start delivering outside? Besides, I dont see "Worldwide Shipping" anywhere on their website.
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They will deliver international. Get onto their Live Help section and have them work out a quote for your address.

Something small like a Cam Pulse Generator will cost you about $45 for shipping.

Alternatively, get in touch with some local imported bike shop. They ought to have a source for parts.
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I checked their shipping policy and they seem to have started international after I spoke to them in '05. Their prices are much more expensive than my contact in the US for OEM spares.
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bikebandit.com do deliver worldwide, shipping is through FedEx, thy have an online customer service where you can talk to them directly regarding your order.

Last edited by Rehaan : 6th February 2008 at 20:19. Reason: Same as before, please do not post in all bold text.
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Old 11th February 2008, 03:49   #15
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Earlier I saw a post of someone claiming to be dealers for spares and quoting Rs. 13092 for this part. That is a rip off price. I can get that part for around 10K with shipping+duty.

Funny but that post seems to have disappeared now.
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