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Re: Ridden: Bajaj Dominar 400
I've owned my Bajaj CT100B after owning a couple of motorcycles in the past and covering around 1.5 Lakh km's cumulatively, yet the first thing I did when I got hold of the motorcycle was to go through the ownership manual, though it doesn't seem much at first, in reality it goes a long way when it comes to reliability of the motorcycle and safety of the rider.
The SVC might be charging you a premium for service but nevertheless only if you're willing to put some effort and elbow grease into the mix would you be able to ride safely.
Cheers, Ride Safe.
If you go through your owners manual you'll find that the motorcycle is designed to carry a specific payload, all other specs are mentioned with that specific payload in mind.
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