I own a Discover 100Dts-si and have clocked 23702kms as on today. I love tachometers (especially the analog ones like in Old pulsar/ Apache etc)
I am confident that the console (speedometer+fuelmeter) on my bike is actually designed from the old Discover 135 (Speedo on left + Tacho on right + fuel indicator in middle) analog console.
CAN I REPLACE THE EXISTING CONSOLE WITH THAT OLD DISCOVER ONE?
WILL IT WORK PROPERLY?
IF your answer is yes, please do suggest me a good mechanic/ garage where I can take my bike to get it done?
The Service Centre guy said, tacho cant be fitted on my bike!
Guys I own a Discover 125 V1. It was just parked in the garage for the past three years in my hometown as I was in college. Gave it for a major service yesterday. I want to install Amaron 9 Ah battery and convert the bike to full DC. Later on planning to upgrade to tubeless tyres, disc brakes and HID. Any good mechanics you know for this in Bangalore? or Chennai?
I have purchase central locking system for my Discover 135. Anybody knows the electricals of central locking system?
I have a Discover 135cc that I purchased in July 2007. An excellent bike overall. The tachometer, front disc brake and the open chain gives it a unique look. The only thing missing is a 5th gear!!
I have a query related to the idling RPM of the bike. The idling RPM as per the user's manual is 1400 +/- 100. When I start the bike in the morning, the tachometer indicates 1100 to 1200 RPM. When the engine warms up, it shows 1400 to 1500 RPM.
Now if I ride the bike in city conditions (normal to heavy traffic) for more than 10 kms, the idling RPM increases anywhere between 2000 to 2200 RPM. When the bike is parked say for 30-40 minutes, the idling RPM is again back to the 1400-1500 range.
What could be the reason for this huge variation in the idling RPM depending on the engine temperature? Is it a design problem? I also use vehicles like Access 125, Priya, Bajaj Super, but none of them showed these variations in the idling RPM. Experts, please advise.
Your bike have missing problem, you have to clean the connectors which are placed behind the front number plate.
Last edited by showstopper27; 07-05-2011 at 12:14 AM.
Hello friends,i have discover 135.problem i am facing is whenever it rains water goes into the tank.any idea how to solve this problem..
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Im from Vasai, got my 1st bike, the Discover DTSi in 2006, was delivered to me instantly, a superb bike overall (especially fuel efficiency)
Regarding maintenance, it really had no hassles. Great for city roads, with the SNS suspension.
Sold the bike in 2010, planning to get a new one now, definitely a Bajaj, it has won my heart.