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    Quote Originally Posted by DrVENOM View Post
    LOL..! Need to mention you that i never read your post in the first place. What made me write that up has got nothing to do with your post. The last few pages of this thread was cluttered with facts & mistakes, so i thought i will straighten things by contributing my best knowledge about running-in. And since you and I have mention and stressed the same point, where exactly is the sarcasm...??

    And the quoted bold part in your post is just a plain fact. You know it.
    Since you posted it after i expressed my view, its human nature to take it in sarcastic way!
    Rx is a Phoenix!!! It always rise from ashes!!

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    Anyone joining the GIR guys, they are here in Pune on Sunday but I have a working weekend.

    Quote Originally Posted by discover View Post
    can R15 V2 be used for touring?.. Can someone share their experience whether it suits the long rides like 300 - 500 kms.. I have booked R15 v2 a month back.. i would be using it for both city riding and touring...
    Have done few 400+ One day rides on the machine and it would never let you down.

    As long as the roads are smooth, its fantastic.
    If you are in offroad mode, then it could be painful for your body.

    Else its fun on the highway.
    Ride On,
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    will be going to take delivery of my bike tomorrow evening its a 50th anniversary limited edition well any suggestions for what i must do while checking up the bike other than scratches??

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpak89 View Post
    Since you posted it after i expressed my view, its human nature to take it in sarcastic way!
    Yeah, and it can also be human nature to clarify first and then think whatever you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Athani View Post
    will be going to take delivery of my bike tomorrow evening its a 50th anniversary limited edition well any suggestions for what i must do while checking up the bike other than scratches??
    All lights and controls.
    Check the indicator switchgear, I have seen it faulty in many machines.

    Rest Yammy people are good guys, should not be much issue.
    Ride On,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Athani View Post
    will be going to take delivery of my bike tomorrow evening its a 50th anniversary limited edition well any suggestions for what i must do while checking up the bike other than scratches??
    PDI check list:

    -All body parts for scratches, dents and misfits.
    -Odometer reading.
    -Instrumental cluster for any defect in lights and lcd.
    -All switch-gears and its functions.
    -Headlights, tail light and indicators.
    -Radiator for bent fins.
    -Engine oil and coolant level.
    -Front shock absorber leaks.
    -Chain slack and lube state.
    -Both alloys for any visible cracks/bends.
    -Engine noise, vibration and harshness. (not that its going to have, but better to ensure it doesn't)
    -Both brakes- Oil level and effectiveness.
    -Tyre pressure.

    That should be all i guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABikerAtHeart View Post
    +1
    And he indeed owns a major stake of those threads you see. Including the ones out n out about the R15.


    Hey Satyenbhaiya, what's your current ride? Something i've been wondering lately..
    He he I am as of now riding a R15 (which isnt mine) but I do have my R15 too!
    I shuffle between the R15 and the Ninja650, and at times my mutant RTR for mad arse stuff :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaan Athani View Post
    will be going to take delivery of my bike tomorrow evening its a 50th anniversary limited edition well any suggestions for what i must do while checking up the bike other than scratches??
    1.Please Check for the proper fit and finish of the stickers in the tank. My bike (same edition/colour) has a minute defect. When closely observed a small strip of sticker has a kind of air bubble.
    2.RVM's alignment should be checked.
    Rx is a Phoenix!!! It always rise from ashes!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by satyenpoojary View Post
    Well actually the first few hundreds of KM cause the most of the shedding in of sharpnels... Oil filters are not designed to take care of hot-moving-sharpnels... its designed to take care of residue... Its only advisable that you change the oil+filter in the first few hundred KMs.
    Remember Oil+Filter is cheaper than a scored engine!
    Yep. Guru, I changed it on your suggestion, and it felt better.

    Quote Originally Posted by DrVENOM View Post
    You follow every ownership thread, is it...???
    He's one of the most contributing people here.

    Quote Originally Posted by darkknight View Post
    he owns/owned most of them so ----
    Yeah! If at'all not owned, atleast ridden and experienced vastly.

    Quote Originally Posted by satyenpoojary View Post
    He he I am as of now riding a R15 (which isnt mine) but I do have my R15 too!
    I shuffle between the R15 and the Ninja650, and at times my mutant RTR for mad arse stuff :P
    Another R15??
    I shall pay a visit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrVENOM View Post
    PDI check list:

    -All body parts for scratches, dents and misfits.
    -Odometer reading.
    -Instrumental cluster for any defect in lights and lcd.
    -All switch-gears and its functions.
    -Headlights, tail light and indicators.
    -Radiator for bent fins.
    -Engine oil and coolant level.
    -Front shock absorber leaks.
    -Chain slack and lube state.
    -Both alloys for any visible cracks/bends.
    -Engine noise, vibration and harshness. (not that its going to have, but better to ensure it doesn't)
    -Both brakes- Oil level and effectiveness.
    -Tyre pressure.

    That should be all i guess.
    +1.. Good job mate!
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