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  • Sarvajit
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Wow! Those are all iconic machines! :thumbup:

    What do you do when the bike crosses 15yrs.?
    I heard there is a Fitness test conducted by RTA and then extension is given for every 5yrs.

    Can you elaborate on this if you have got it done?
    Is re-registration/payment of Road Tax, etc. needed?

    Sent from my Note 3 Neo using xBhp Connect mobile app

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  • Naveen Reddy
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    Originally posted by abhilashabhi12 View Post
    Yeah dude one of my friends is already using on his fiero and said it's as good as 300v. I have bought a bottle and will change in my next service which is due this weekend. My oil change is 2k by default for mineral so shall do the same with rimula too and keep a tab on it after 1k

    Shell Advance AX5 20W-40 is the oil i use for my RD and other two strokes,, want to give a try with the same on fiero

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    Originally posted by jatinarya View Post
    Fiero too, and that also in a very glossy and mint condition [emoji15]

    Brother what else you have below your butts(I already knows about the rx's and rd) [emoji12]


    Chevy Cruze
    Yamaha Rd350-1988
    Yamaha RXZ-1997
    Yamaha Rx135-5speed-2001
    Hero Honda Karizma 2007
    Suzuki Fiero 2000

    is all i own

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  • abhilashabhi12
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    Originally posted by theironhorse99 View Post
    rimula r4 is an excellent oil. use it without a thought however keep the change interval to 2500 km per cycle. lesser if you are going hard on the accelerator.
    Yeah dude one of my friends is already using on his fiero and said it's as good as 300v. I have bought a bottle and will change in my next service which is due this weekend. My oil change is 2k by default for mineral so shall do the same with rimula too and keep a tab on it after 1k

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  • theironhorse99
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    Originally posted by abhilashabhi12 View Post
    Naveen reddy you can safely use the motul 5100 and it is a very good oil. I have personally liked gulf pride 20w40 for my fiero but now I am taking leap of faith in using shell rimula r4 which is an engine oil for heavy duty diesel engines.
    rimula r4 is an excellent oil. use it without a thought however keep the change interval to 2500 km per cycle. lesser if you are going hard on the accelerator.

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  • s1d
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    Originally posted by Naveen Reddy View Post
    yes it is a rear find,, done under 40k kms and i will keep it bone stock,

    guy did any one MOTUL OIL 5100 10W50 if yes any reviews please, also suggest me the best as per the previous experience
    I'd say stick to a 10w40 or a 20w40 on the fiero. Motul does make oils in these grades.
    Another excellent oil would be the Shell AX7 or Ultra.

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  • abhilashabhi12
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    Naveen reddy you can safely use the motul 5100 and it is a very good oil. I have personally liked gulf pride 20w40 for my fiero but now I am taking leap of faith in using shell rimula r4 which is an engine oil for heavy duty diesel engines.

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  • jatinarya
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    Originally posted by Naveen Reddy View Post
    My Suzuki Fiero (2000) clocked 38000 km


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    Fiero too, and that also in a very glossy and mint condition [emoji15]

    Brother what else you have below your butts(I already knows about the rx's and rd) [emoji12]

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  • Naveen Reddy
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    Originally posted by abhilashabhi12 View Post
    That's a good looking stock bike 😆. It's very rare to see stock fiero these days as everyone loves to mod

    yes it is a rear find,, done under 40k kms and i will keep it bone stock,

    guy did any one MOTUL OIL 5100 10W50 if yes any reviews please, also suggest me the best as per the previous experience

    cheers

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  • abhilashabhi12
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    That's a good looking stock bike 😆. It's very rare to see stock fiero these days as everyone loves to mod

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  • Naveen Reddy
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    My Suzuki Fiero (2000) clocked 38000 km


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  • Naveen Reddy
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    Originally posted by abhilashabhi12 View Post
    Rd hmm that sounds good.
    Reg exhaust I am not sure about new but you can get used ones in gujri

    sorry for drifting ,, check out my rd project bro,,it went on to be an interesting restore ever

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  • abhilashabhi12
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    Rd hmm that sounds good.
    Reg exhaust I am not sure about new but you can get used ones in gujri

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  • Naveen Reddy
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    Originally posted by abhilashabhi12 View Post
    All the best dude. Only 35k that is very less

    yes bro,,,

    well i was occupied with my Rd restoration for a while and now as it is done, looking at the 4 stroke..


    do we get used suzuki exhaust that came on the bike or even new .. lol i know i m trying to be a bit hopeful asking for new exhaust and the centre plastic bit that is above the tail light

    i just want to buy those and keep as of now they are good

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  • abhilashabhi12
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    All the best dude. Only 35k that is very less

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  • Naveen Reddy
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    Originally posted by abhilashabhi12 View Post
    The fork bottom is enough and you can use the same chrome part of fiero. It is better to get it used ones gujri and work up on them changing only necessary items which are needed. I spent close to 2.5k buying it from gujri

    yes bro I will do that I have a used pulsar kit already I got it for 2k a year ago ,, I will get the stuff painted and use a brand new plate .. will post my bike pics soon , it has done under 35k since year 2000

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