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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanz View Post
    Why in this whole world people add this blister line in last!!

    "Its fine if ur confident, that dosn't mean u shuld make other's feel ur overconfident!!!"
    Someone wrote this while "quoting" the line!!

    No offences to you brother, just recollected the pharse when saw that line!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    Why in the world will a new engine heat more than an old one?
    Because, all the moving parts have tighter than optimal clearances. Excessive friction generates excessive heat directly and indirectly. Directly due to rubbing of metals and indirectly because the engine has to work harder and overcome the friction.

    Its a known fact dude!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chinmay Dangre View Post
    for me there is a reason...but anyways...don't worry no offence at all..
    Though u explained all that in a superb way!
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    Quote Originally Posted by adarsh1398 View Post
    while riding in chennai traffic....i often feel that my fazer's engine gets overheated (i can feel the heat on my legs inside my jeans)....
    In Chennai, You can always feel excessive heat bro ...Ok, jokes apart..
    I think the reason might be the thing said by abhijeet080808
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    generally it should happen for the first 1000/1500 kms or so. Check your engine oil condition and level. Is the oil level ok? what is the condition of the oil. A lower oil level will/can also cause an engine to overheat. Can you compare it with any other bikes available??? ie FZ or some other bike??? maybe its normal and you are overfeeling it?? lol no offense just an idea. But check the oil.


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