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    Quote Originally Posted by gagankeshav View Post
    ohk..so what would u suggest then Rahul..???

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    Try getting your carb tuned properly, though SVC guys will avoid doing it, you will have to be firm on them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shibadip View Post
    Buddy, my odo stands on just 290 kms, and my gear shifts are butter soft. I also checked the oil from the oil checking window, and found that it still retains the redish colour.. So I guess the Engine Oil is still good enough right??
    Also in your opinion, how much kms does it take an engine to open up??

    and, thanks for your wish. and yes, i have a thing for Red, especially on the automobiles. However as per the current plans the next venture might be something in GREEN
    You are lucky that you gears are smooth, even mine were really hard. But it can also be that your bike was already ridden some kms before delivery - I'm joooking...

    Quote Originally Posted by csajal View Post
    An ultra moron has rendered a scratch on the fuel tank cover and some on the tail section!! Any suggestion for remediation of the scratch and further protection??
    If it's not deep, Some rubbing compound from 3M should do the trick!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dileepkris View Post
    Dear P200NS owners,

    I received my Registration smart card since few days back and I can see that Model name given as 'PULSAR 200 DTSI', shouldn't that be 'PULSAR 200 NS'?
    There will be lot of errors, but I don't blame the RTO. I won't be surprised if the person typing it will not the difference between the old 200DTSi and new 200NS

    Quote Originally Posted by sunilyo View Post
    Thanks PSR ji for the reply. I was going reading on the net that it always better to keep a good pressure gauge. Foot pumps can be of any quality. So like you have said that the calibration of the meter will loose over time then it will be a good idea to go for a good pressure gauge. I have heard Michelin makes good pressure gauges / foot pumps how much do these cost? Any idea?

    @Rahuldevnath - buddy any mods to add a 12V connector on the NS as this will allow to attach devices like electronic foot pump, mobile charger etc.

    Something like this one:
    Actually, that was there in my previous bikes including 220 and 180. In fact I had installed it specifically to charge mobiles and use electronic air pump, which we carried on our K2K trip, but never required it. Of course it's a 2 min job to connect that socket, but do you really need it, especially when we tubeless tyres!

    Quote Originally Posted by faffy View Post
    same thing happened with me when i had got my bike.... i was wondering whether i should be angry at the cop or laugh at him


    dude the vibes are more post 7k rpm..... personal exp, may be coz of dtsti oil

    @ rahul devnath, suro, and others who have clocked more than 3k kms or so.... are you guys getting false neutrals or not while upshifting from 1-2nd gear? Also does ur gear lever becomes completely free while upshifting or downshifting sometimes.??? the idiot SVC guys doesnt acknowledge any and says its alright n al...

    Quote Originally Posted by The Zmaniac View Post
    False neutral while shifting 1st to 2nd is something that does not surprise me anymore. I make a fool of myself when I up shift (1->2) while opening throttle in a bit hurry only to find bike revving incessantly & then I have to gently push it up. At times, gear level would not come back to normal position. These problems have always been reported but were never sorted out. I will be very strict with words when I visit showroom next time, probably coming weekend itself.
    Quote Originally Posted by faffy View Post
    and very embarassing too, specially when u r doing some spirited riding and are hard on throttle.... engine roars but bike in neutral, gives an image as if u r learning to ride to others
    Ha ha.. I know the feeling. I used get false neutral quiet often, but after clutch adjustment and altering my way of gear shifting, I rarely ever get false neutrals. Basically, the shift throw is more than any other bike, which makes it feel odd, at the same time providing positive shifts.

    Right now my gear shifts are not really butter smooth, but very positive, especially when i'm redlining my NS.

    Regarding that issues, that sometime gear lever becomes completely free and stops you from downshifting in one go. Well, at least it's common to many bikes. I had the same issue, post clutch adjustment it doesn't happen, and works like the way it's supposed to be, that is right from 6th I can shift to N, even at stand still.

    So What did do? Nothing, just loosened the clutch! The SVC guys don't like doing it, and say it will spoil the clutch plates. It may, we never know. But I would rather enjoy my bike and don't mind spending 3K for changing the clutch plates as well. But I guess, it will not be an issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahuldevnath View Post
    Ha ha.. I know the feeling. I used get false neutral quiet often, but after clutch adjustment and altering my way of gear shifting, I rarely ever get false neutrals. Basically, the shift throw is more than any other bike, which makes it feel odd, at the same time providing positive shifts.

    Right now my gear shifts are not really butter smooth, but very positive, especially when i'm redlining my NS.

    Regarding that issues, that sometime gear lever becomes completely free and stops you from downshifting in one go. Well, at least it's common to many bikes. I had the same issue, post clutch adjustment it doesn't happen, and works like the way it's supposed to be, that is right from 6th I can shift to N, even at stand still.

    So What did do? Nothing, just loosened the clutch! The SVC guys don't like doing it, and say it will spoil the clutch plates. It may, we never know. But I would rather enjoy my bike and don't mind spending 3K for changing the clutch plates as well. But I guess, it will not be an issue.
    I agree with you Rahul, It seems that a little clutch adjustment does the trick. My bikes' gear shifts have improves a lot now after something is done by the svc guy. I am not sure what he did exctly as he wasn't around when I got he bike back. I am thinking of going to svc and ask him what exactly he did. The clutch seem a little easy now. Could be that he loosened the clutch. Not sure. Will try and find out what he did.

    The false neutral issue is subdued quite a lot, and in other gears upshift is as smooth as Unicorn of my friend I rode once. While downshifting the issue of freely moving gear shifting lever is also removed to almost none. I am damn sure the SVC guy did something so that gear shifts become so smooth.

    Even when i do clutchless shift its butter smooth. Absolutely no jerk at all. I hope this won't be short-lived happiness...

    And yes even moving the gear lever a bit lower should help. The stock position is too commuterish. In lower position one's foot can apply more force on the lever for up-shifting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahuldevnath View Post
    You are lucky that you gears are smooth, even mine were really hard. But it can also be that your bike was already ridden some kms before delivery - I'm joooking...
    Hope the joke wasn't true in reality..
    Didn't get ur answer on this -
    also checked the oil from the oil checking window, and found that it still retains the redish colour.. So I guess the Engine Oil is still good enough right??
    Also in your opinion, how much kms does it take an engine to open up??
    Quote Originally Posted by rahuldevnath View Post
    There will be lot of errors, but I don't blame the RTO. I won't be surprised if the person typing it will not the difference between the old 200DTSi and new 200NS
    +1 to that
    Quote Originally Posted by rahuldevnath View Post
    Ha ha.. I know the feeling. I used get false neutral quiet often, but after clutch adjustment and altering my way of gear shifting, I rarely ever get false neutrals. Basically, the shift throw is more than any other bike, which makes it feel odd, at the same time providing positive shifts.

    Right now my gear shifts are not really butter smooth, but very positive, especially when i'm redlining my NS.

    Regarding that issues, that sometime gear lever becomes completely free and stops you from downshifting in one go. Well, at least it's common to many bikes. I had the same issue, post clutch adjustment it doesn't happen, and works like the way it's supposed to be, that is right from 6th I can shift to N, even at stand still.

    So What did do? Nothing, just loosened the clutch! The SVC guys don't like doing it, and say it will spoil the clutch plates. It may, we never know. But I would rather enjoy my bike and don't mind spending 3K for changing the clutch plates as well. But I guess, it will not be an issue.
    As we Discussed earlier, @RahulBarik also had made adjustment with his clutch (loosened them up). But his gears are Hard (really hard). I think there might be some connection between loosening the clutch and Gear shifts becoming Hard. He also said that the gears shifts became harder post the Clutch adjustment
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    Quote Originally Posted by csajal View Post
    An ultra moron has rendered a scratch on the fuel tank cover and some on the tail section!! Any suggestion for remediation of the scratch and further protection??
    1. Clean the scratch area with a soft wet cloth
    2. Apply Formula 1 Scratch Remover (Formula 1 Scratch Out | eBay)
    3. Then use quick fix pro.
    4. Leave it to heal, After buffing it will be completely gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibadip View Post
    Hope the joke wasn't true in reality..
    Didn't get ur answer on this -
    +1 to that

    As we Discussed earlier, @RahulBarik also had made adjustment with his clutch (loosened them up). But his gears are Hard (really hard). I think there might be some connection between loosening the clutch and Gear shifts becoming Hard. He also said that the gears shifts became harder post the Clutch adjustment
    Ya, the Oil from factory will last atleast 1500kms, so to say. Any how in your case, you will change it at the first service, which is perfectly fine.

    And, when we loosed clutch, gear shifts will become a bit stiffer. In Rahul's case his bike is also new. Moral of the story is just stay with it till your running is completed, and then jump on SVC guys to sort out all issues!
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    dear friends, just one question. How you people going to manage winter season with the under belly exhaust ? Probably is one of the reasons why I didnt make my choice of NS. Roads are not going to be friendly in winter.

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    Whats with winter & underbelly exhaust?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krishnab4u View Post
    dear friends, just one question. How you people going to manage winter season with the under belly exhaust ? Probably is one of the reasons why I didnt make my choice of NS. Roads are not going to be friendly in winter.
    The bike runs even when submerged in water. What's with winter now? Knee deep SNOW..??




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    Quote Originally Posted by nilesh14587 View Post
    I agree with you Rahul, It seems that a little clutch adjustment does the trick. My bikes' gear shifts have improves a lot now after something is done by the svc guy. I am not sure what he did exctly as he wasn't around when I got he bike back. I am thinking of going to svc and ask him what exactly he did. The clutch seem a little easy now. Could be that he loosened the clutch. Not sure. Will try and find out what he did.

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    Dude do let us know what he did....it will help us a lot who are facing these embarassing false neutrals...
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    Quote Originally Posted by payeng View Post
    The bike runs even when submerged in water. What's with winter now? Knee deep SNOW..??



    Man !!!see here!! ...I cant stop smiling at this..amazing!!. I was so dump not even thought to check in You Tube before asking this. Well well no problem RAIN, how bad you hit US when we have NS with US.
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