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    Congrats on your new bike bro.. Any idea how much the FI version costed ? And please post some more pics.
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    Congrats on your new bike. Please do post some pics in daylight
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    Congrats buddy Quite happy to see TVS bringing smiles on people's face better be late than never
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    Congratulations! This sure is a wonderful bike. Is your bike matte white or normal white colour? Please post more pics if possible. Best of luck and ride safe!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prab1990 View Post
    Congratulations! This sure is a wonderful bike. Is your bike matte white or normal white colour? Please post more pics if possible. Best of luck and ride safe!!
    Thanks. This isn't matte white. This is pearl white color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roamer View Post
    Congratulations again! More pics pls. Did you noticed the ABS sensor indicator on the console? Here in mumbai matrix motors is asking 10 k premium for immediate delivery.
    Also Is it a matte white color?
    Thanks.
    There is ABS indicator on the console.
    This is Pearl white color.(glossy) Not matte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheArcher84 View Post
    Congrats on your new bike. Please do post some pics in daylight
    Thanks,
    I will post better pics taken in daylight on Sunday

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    Congratulations on your stunning new bike.

    Though you aren't the first owner :P hehe
    Few of my friends completed 2nd service too.

    Talking about the bug "ODOMETER IS NOT SUPPOSED TO BE RESET".
    " TRIP METERS WILL, BUT NOT ON A MOVING MOTORCYCLE ".

    Thanks & Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by JS16 View Post
    Congratulations on your stunning new bike.

    Though you aren't the first owner :P hehe
    Few of my friends completed 2nd service too.

    Talking about the bug "ODOMETER IS NOT SUPPOSED TO BE RESET".
    " TRIP METERS WILL, BUT NOT ON A MOVING MOTORCYCLE ".

    Thanks & Regards
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    Congrats on your new Ride & Thank you for starting the thread, Please keep posting your experience & pics " Cheers "

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    Quote Originally Posted by JS16 View Post
    Congratulations on your stunning new bike.

    Though you aren't the first owner :P hehe
    Few of my friends completed 2nd service too.

    Talking about the bug "ODOMETER IS NOT SUPPOSED TO BE RESET".
    " TRIP METERS WILL, BUT NOT ON A MOVING MOTORCYCLE ".

    Thanks & Regards
    I knew that :P
    If I'm right you had posted pics of user manual.
    By the way, the odometer reset wasn't a bug. I went to the showroom.
    It'll get reset only once. That's an option given purposefully it seems.
    I tried to reset again and it didn't. So I'm all happy :-D

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    I completed 60 kms.
    Absolutely in love with it.
    The sound is really addictive. The good thing is, as you ride faster the sound fades away, which is good while touring I believe.

    The pillion comfort is best in its category.
    Everybody who sat on my bike told the seats were very comfortable.

    I hate the choke position on this bike.
    Also the idling knob.
    Both of them are almost exactly in the center, below the fuel tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BhanuPrakash View Post
    I knew that :P
    If I'm right you had posted pics of user manual.
    By the way, the odometer reset wasn't a bug. I went to the showroom.
    It'll get reset only once. That's an option given purposefully it seems.
    I tried to reset again and it didn't. So I'm all happy :-D

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    I completed 60 kms.
    Absolutely in love with it.
    The sound is really addictive. The good thing is, as you ride faster the sound fades away, which is good while touring I believe.

    The pillion comfort is best in its category.
    Everybody who sat on my bike told the seats were very comfortable.

    I hate the choke position on this bike.
    Also the idling knob.
    Both of them are almost exactly in the center, below the fuel tank.
    Hehe yes right :P

    Also wait for it to complete 500kms+. The NVH will literally be zero. Also assuming you have that slight little buzz at around 2-3k RPM.

    The idle knob is wow to look though. Pure SS.

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