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    Is the bike really small? May I know your height and how the saddle height compares?

    I am planning to buy this bike. I am 5 ft 9 but weigh around 95kgs. I do not want to look like an elephant riding a bicycle

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    Quote Originally Posted by rameshl View Post
    Is the bike really small? May I know your height and how the saddle height compares?

    I am planning to buy this bike. I am 5 ft 9 but weigh around 95kgs. I do not want to look like an elephant riding a bicycle
    Hi Ramesh,

    I believe this bike share the same dimentions as the Honda Unicorn Dazzler. It will look small for sure.

    Even i am built huge as you are. So Dazzler did not suit me.

    Go ahead and get trigger if you are still ok with it or if you can put down some weight to suit the bike better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPanther View Post
    Hi Ramesh,

    I believe this bike share the same dimentions as the Honda Unicorn Dazzler. It will look small for sure.

    Even i am built huge as you are. So Dazzler did not suit me.

    Go ahead and get trigger if you are still ok with it or if you can put down some weight to suit the bike better.

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    Hi dude, thanks for your reply. I suspected that too when I saw a Dazzler in side stand - sometime back. I went to the showroom today and the height of Trigger surprised me a little. I was expecting to firmly plant both my feet either side of the saddle but I was able to plant only the toes. Not sure if Fat can shorten the length

    Btw, is this posture advisable for a safe ride? Or it is better to have both fee firmly planted either side? Unfortunately, I could not test ride it today. Will do so over the weekend and update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rameshl View Post
    Is the bike really small? May I know your height and how the saddle height compares?

    I am planning to buy this bike. I am 5 ft 9 but weigh around 95kgs. I do not want to look like an elephant riding a bicycle
    I'm 5'10 and the bike is comparable to pulsar 150 the tank is actually larger than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naveen1985 View Post
    the major disadvantage of this bike absence of DC electrical set-up....
    What do you mean by the absence of DC Electrical setup? Is it that the headlight only comes on when the engine is running? I assume that the electrical start, horn/brake light and indicators will work regardless. Isn't that usually the case with most bikes? Maybe @ravikr9 can confirm

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravikr9 View Post
    @veryhiphop an updated pic as you requested

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    now im thinking of plugging this console to my dazzy.. If it has the same port under it think it will work..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaganm View Post
    What do you mean by the absence of DC Electrical setup? Is it that the headlight only comes on when the engine is running? I assume that the electrical start, horn/brake light and indicators will work regardless. Isn't that usually the case with most bikes? Maybe @ravikr9 can confirm
    Horn and Parking lights will work without the engine running but not the high beam and indicators......I think its good in a way the battery will not drain out if you forgot to switch off the high beam while taking out the keys

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    Horn & brake lights will work. Usually even the blinkers work on battery in other / older bikes. Only headlight would be an AC setup.
    @ravikr9: what is the FE you are getting? how much has your bike run till now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaganm View Post
    What do you mean by the absence of DC Electrical setup? Is it that the headlight only comes on when the engine is running? I assume that the electrical start, horn/brake light and indicators will work regardless. Isn't that usually the case with most bikes? Maybe @ravikr9 can confirm
    Quote Originally Posted by ravikr9 View Post
    Horn and Parking lights will work without the engine running but not the high beam and indicators......I think its good in a way the battery will not drain out if you forgot to switch off the high beam while taking out the keys
    Quote Originally Posted by blue_maniac View Post
    Horn & brake lights will work. Usually even the blinkers work on battery in other / older bikes. Only headlight would be an AC setup.
    @ravikr9: what is the FE you are getting? how much has your bike run till now?
    the only thing which helps during night is "headlight"... @ravikr9 I think life is more precious than battery....

    A good long ride can clear your mind, restore your faith and use up a lot of fuel....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naveen1985 View Post
    the only thing which helps during night is "headlight"... @ravikr9 I think life is more precious than battery....

    @Naveen1985 I meant while bike is parked otherwise keep the engine running and the parking lights are good enough to find your way in dark when you need to just drag the bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue_maniac View Post
    Horn & brake lights will work. Usually even the blinkers work on battery in other / older bikes. Only headlight would be an AC setup.
    @ravikr9: what is the FE you are getting? how much has your bike run till now?
    @blue_maniac the Fuel Efficiency before servicing is 55 KMPL this is before first servicing, I have done 467 KM on my trigger and kept it below 50kmph and 4000rpm

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