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  • Re: Aftermarket LED headlamp upgrade

    Originally posted by saikatbyte View Post
    Not sure what is the cause.
    May be: i) battery is old and not holding charge, or ii) RR unit is not charging when hot (in traffic), or iii) the headlight itself is drawing more than 25w.
    Are you using both the low beams?

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    • Re: Aftermarket LED headlamp upgrade

      Originally posted by petronas View Post
      Are you using both the low beams?
      I am using the nighteye LED from aliexpress. Using it on my V1 for past 2 years.
      Haven't faced any issue yet.
      Both beams work on low as well as high beam.
      There is a flicker in idle, otherwise it's doing it's job.
      Ordered it after talking to Saikat , he helped me in installing them.
      Battery is 5amp 3years old. RR unit is the stock one.

      Hope this helps.

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      • Re: R15 fuel tank assembly.

        Originally posted by christo View Post
        You should have left these works for experienced people or at least should have looked into videos and threads about removing pump and injector here in xbhp itself.
        These are very expensive and delicate parts. Hope you have somehow fixed everything and the bike runs.

        cheers

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        Getting help from powertronic guys is the only way, contact them.


        I have restored the bike and is running smooth like new. All parts and sesnors have been tested at the workshop itself

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        • Re: R15 fuel tank assembly.

          Originally posted by ravi591 View Post
          I have restored the bike and is running smooth like new. All parts and sesnors have been tested at the workshop itself
          Your reply made me come back to xbhp. It's been a long time since I've logged in.

          Glad to know you sorted out everything.

          Stay home, stay safe.
          Yamaha YZF-R15

          Riding a motorcycle is like living in a video game where people are trying to kill you.

          Rjays swift riding jacket reviewed in detail || Cramster twister gloves reviewed

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          • Re: R15 fuel tank assembly.

            Originally posted by christo View Post
            Your reply made me come back to xbhp. It's been a long time since I've logged in.

            Glad to know you sorted out everything.

            Stay home, stay safe.
            yes, same about me also. I have come back on xbhp after 2 years. You also stay home , take care

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            • Re: Yamaha YZF-R15 version 2.0

              Originally posted by Ivin View Post
              I think he was referring to fork oil . [MENTION=88104]IamAditya[/MENTION] The recommended is 10w and quantity is 240+/- 3cm^3
              what if i use 20w, what will be the quantity?

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              • Re: Yamaha YZF-R15 version 2.0

                Originally posted by rolling2wheels View Post
                what if i use 20w, what will be the quantity?
                Quantity remains the same. Slight differences are usually fine in most cases.
                Ride, ride and ride.. But always do it responsibly..

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                • Re: Yamaha YZF-R15 version 2.0

                  I checked with one of the dealer's in Pune, waiting time is now 60 days & might be extended due to continous heavy booking. On road price is 1.19L..




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                  • Re: Yamaha YZF-R15 version 2.0

                    My friend has recently installed tank grips on his V2, the feedback is really good, he has also made a DIY video on how to install the same. Below is the link...

                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hu47ZlRHVP0&t=21s

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                    • Re: Yamaha YZF-R15 version 2.0

                      Hi Fellow R15 owners,
                      I am looking to buy an R15 V2 2011 model. It has clocked 40k kms and has had a engine rebuild recently. The motorcycle was involved in a crash and post that it was repaired and used without a fairing for 800kms. I rode the bike today and the everything feels really smooth in it. What all should i look for before buying the bike ? I would also like to know how much would it cost to for the front fairing and headlight assembly.

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                      • Re: Yamaha YZF-R15 version 2.0

                        I personally do not think it'd be wise to buy this motorcycle due to following reasons:-

                        1. A yamaha if given adequate maintenance do not need an engine rebuild within 40000kms. Mine has clocked 46k kms and still it's pretty good with a basic maintenance. Japenese make really solid bike unless the rider is nuts and hell bent to choke it.
                        2. I believe you don't know what all has been change in rebuild, so there are chances that there are still some worn out parts inside which may require replacement in near future.
                        3. Fairing will cost you a good amount of money.

                        Overall prima facie it doesn't look like a very good bike and in my opinion you should look for some other bike..
                        Originally posted by Arshad YR View Post
                        Hi Fellow R15 owners,
                        I am looking to buy an R15 V2 2011 model. It has clocked 40k kms and has had a engine rebuild recently. The motorcycle was involved in a crash and post that it was repaired and used without a fairing for 800kms. I rode the bike today and the everything feels really smooth in it. What all should i look for before buying the bike ? I would also like to know how much would it cost to for the front fairing and headlight assembly.

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                        • Re: Yamaha YZF-R15 version 2.0

                          Originally posted by Arshad YR View Post
                          Hi Fellow R15 owners,
                          I am looking to buy an R15 V2 2011 model. It has clocked 40k kms and has had a engine rebuild recently. The motorcycle was involved in a crash and post that it was repaired and used without a fairing for 800kms. I rode the bike today and the everything feels really smooth in it. What all should i look for before buying the bike ? I would also like to know how much would it cost to for the front fairing and headlight assembly.
                          Engine rebuild, crashed twice. I am giving a green, as long as the motorcycle chassis is in good shape, and the crash was just a minor one. Secondly, an engine rebuild is nothing to worry about, as long as the rebuild itself was done properly, and the bike itself is performing great. Do give heed to look into your chain sprocket, brake pad, and coneset bearing, as these do wear exceptionally fast.

                          It's a Yamaha, it will serve till Jesus comes! Just give it the love and care it deserves, by maintaining a periodic service chart, and this will clock more than 1.5 lakh KMS happily with the same charm. R15 eyes closed is, was, and will forever be a fantastic machine to ride and own.

                          Good luck.

                          Cheers!
                          VJ
                          Once upon a time, a guy asked a girl 'Will you marry me?'
                          The girl said, 'NO!'


                          And the guy lived happily ever after and rode motorcycles and watched sport on a big screen TV, went fishing and surfing, and played golf a lot, and drank beer and scotch and had tons of money in the bank and left the toilet seat up and farted whenever he wanted.


                          THE END

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                          • Re: Yamaha YZF-R15 version 2.0

                            Originally posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
                            Engine rebuild, crashed twice. I am giving a green, as long as the motorcycle chassis is in good shape, and the crash was just a minor one. Secondly, an engine rebuild is nothing to worry about, as long as the rebuild itself was done properly, and the bike itself is performing great. Do give heed to look into your chain sprocket, brake pad, and coneset bearing, as these do wear exceptionally fast.

                            It's a Yamaha, it will serve till Jesus comes! Just give it the love and care it deserves, by maintaining a periodic service chart, and this will clock more than 1.5 lakh KMS happily with the same charm. R15 eyes closed is, was, and will forever be a fantastic machine to ride and own.

                            Good luck.

                            Cheers!
                            VJ
                            Yeah correct
                            Yamaha RXZ 5 speed (sold)
                            Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS fi( sold)
                            Bajaj Discover 112(2006)
                            Yamaha R15 V2(2011)
                            Yezdi 250 model B(1978)
                            RX 135 4 speed(1998)
                            Yamaha Rajdoot 350(1989-unrestored)
                            Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-i (2011)Crashed and sold :'(
                            Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-i (2009-Fastest Indian)

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