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    Default Re: KTM 200 Duke

    Going to change my front tyre
    Which one should i buy??
    Michelin street pilot or appolo alpha h1?
    Is there any other suggestions??
    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akshayramdas View Post
    Going to change my front tyre
    Which one should i buy??
    Michelin street pilot or appolo alpha h1?
    Is there any other suggestions??
    Thanks in advance
    Both are radials, both are good tires. Go for the ones you get the best deal at. The current gen Metzeler too lasts a little longer, i.e. the front.

    I'd suggest to try the Apollo.

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    Hi. i need a little help finding the type of 2 screws on duke 200 so i can order them online. The first one is the one holding the clutch lever ( its a screw with a bolt on the other side). the 2nd screw i need is the one on the silencer that tighting the gasket (ABRAZADERA).
    If anyone have an idea please share it

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    Is it advisable to get throttle body cleaned? I went o SVC and their first reaction is it can't be done. They are insisting on getting it replaced and cleaning will result in jerking issues.

    I'm having donuts since they are just not willing to clean it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kundalus View Post
    Is it advisable to get throttle body cleaned? I went o SVC and their first reaction is it can't be done. They are insisting on getting it replaced and cleaning will result in jerking issues.

    I'm having donuts since they are just not willing to clean it.
    Jerking issues in fact will be solved by cleaning the throttle body if it hasn't been cleaned for more than 10k plus kms. The SVC will insist on getting things replaced because it's quick money and lesser headache of trouble shooting, unless they have found some genuine fault in your throttle body that's worth replacing. If your TB is good, performs good and just needs cleaning, then go ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
    Jerking issues in fact will be solved by cleaning the throttle body if it hasn't been cleaned for more than 10k plus kms. The SVC will insist on getting things replaced because it's quick money and lesser headache of trouble shooting, unless they have found some genuine fault in your throttle body that's worth replacing. If your TB is good, performs good and just needs cleaning, then go ahead.

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    The guy was reluctant to clean it right from the word go. In fact he said he had already cleaned mine two weeks ago which I'm not sure what he was talking about. I'm fine to get it cleaned outside of SVC if they are not willing to.

    Honestly my bike is over 1lac km and it's has started demanding few changes. I haven't got TB cleaned ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kundalus View Post
    The guy was reluctant to clean it right from the word go. In fact he said he had already cleaned mine two weeks ago which I'm not sure what he was talking about. I'm fine to get it cleaned outside of SVC if they are not willing to.

    Honestly my bike is over 1lac km and it's has started demanding few changes. I haven't got TB cleaned ever.
    That's a new forum record. It's high time you get it cleaned, and thoroughly. Cleaning the throttle body restores the performance of the bike big time, along with the other demanding changes.

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    Finally we get the all new BS6 Duke 200 here, internationally this design update for D200 was launched back in 2017.
    At just 10K price hike over the previous model, biggest change apart from design you now get dual-channel ABS!

    https://www.autocarindia.com/bike-news/2020-ktm-200-duke-bs6-gets-biggest-update-yet-415817
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    Went to indimotard in blr for a full service of the duke. They informed the shaft which holds the front sprocket is compromised. KTM SVC says all is fine. Dont know who to believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krunal1981 View Post
    Went to indimotard in blr for a full service of the duke. They informed the shaft which holds the front sprocket is compromised. KTM SVC says all is fine. Dont know who to believe.
    Are you not able to install the sprocket? What is the trouble you are facing and why did they come to the conclusion that your front sprocket is compromised?

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    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.


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