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  • Originally posted by psr View Post
    I have a car but my preference always is the Two wheeler..don't loose out on the Experience.... You are in Pattaya hhmmmmm...LUCKY You ........must be seeing a lot of SBKs..
    PSR'ji u too

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    • Originally posted by psr View Post
      I have a car but my preference always is the Two wheeler..don't loose out on the Experience.... You are in Pattaya hhmmmmm...LUCKY You ........must be seeing a lot of SBKs..
      yes saar,lots and lots and lots of stock and modified SBKs.
      Socha Toh Locha.

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      • Originally posted by bprags View Post
        Seriously? Is he selling those at discounted prices? .
        You can always try!
        Originally posted by psr View Post
        I have a car but my preference always is the Two wheeler..don't loose out on the Experience.... You are in Pattaya hhmmmmm...LUCKY You ........must be seeing a lot of SBKs..
        Originally posted by velociraptor13 View Post
        yes saar,lots and lots and lots of stock and modified SBKs.
        The warmth and heat radiating from a wide-chassie'd SBK is all that's needed in this beautiful weather!!Rains,greenery,lots of curves and riding a warm SBK like Rathi/Ava Rose.....Stuf dreams are made of!!
        Last edited by gixxer_junkie_m; 08-27-2012, 06:57 PM.
        Life begins, once you hit the power band !!

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        • Originally posted by bprags View Post
          PSR'ji u too

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          " A thing of beauty is a Joy for Ever "..and true bikers appreciate Good engine in a good Frame, with Good HeadLights, and a well positioned generous Handle Bars.

          Originally posted by velociraptor13 View Post
          yes saar,lots and lots and lots of stock and modified SBKs.
          Good to know you are a true Biker who appreciates ...somehow I don't like modified ones, since reliability is questionable, and you will get disappointed once you start to ride..Stock is more predictable and reliable...
          When Was The Last Time,You Did Something For The First Time.

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          • My fiero refused to start (after a loud thud noise) a few days back. Jump starting the bike failed and there was no spark generated from the ignition unit. I took the bike to a local workshop nearby and as per the mechanics diagnosis, ignition coil needs to be changed. His is planning to get it from gujri in commercial street. What do you guys recommend? Thanks

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            • Originally posted by PatienceWins View Post
              My fiero refused to start (after a loud thud noise) a few days back. Jump starting the bike failed and there was no spark generated from the ignition unit. I took the bike to a local workshop nearby and as per the mechanics diagnosis, ignition coil needs to be changed. His is planning to get it from gujri in commercial street. What do you guys recommend? Thanks
              Take your bike to a good mech and get it converted to RTRs TCI ,along with it's ignition coil and you'll be happy.You can have the satisfaction of buying genuine parts from the showroom itself.A lot of guys have tried buying cdi and ignitions coils from the market,which are local parts and it proved to be problematic and generally money down the drain.
              The TCI unit along with the ignition coil should be in the range of 1200 bucks.
              Life begins, once you hit the power band !!

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              • Small update: The Amaron 2.5aH battery replaced in my bike after 32mths. Costed only 470 bucks after calculating pro-rata warranty discount of 45%.
                Next up: General service!
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                • Hey guys,

                  The old T'bird and the GS150R both use the BS26 carb. Can those be used for plug n play in the FX? Kindly shed some light.
                  Ride it like you stole it! But buy your own helmet.

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                  • Originally posted by prd8r View Post
                    Hey guys,

                    The old T'bird and the GS150R both use the BS26 carb. Can those be used for plug n play in the FX? Kindly shed some light.

                    Bro,you can use either,provided you put the stock jets and needle of your FX.

                    @PSR/ALL

                    Found out that there's a provision for the oil-cooler outlet which takes the oil back to the sump.So after a few banjo bolts work done at the lathe,today the bike's got the oil-cooler outlet right where it was designed to go.We had earlier seen this bolt/provision in the crankcase,but we were waiting for the confirmation and now it's done.So the cooled oil now goes to the sump ,thus keeping the oil circuit stock.The other thing is that the oil-pressure's good too,which we had found out back then itself.

                    Another good news is that the RTR clutch assembly can be installed on the fiero and it would need the installation of RTR's clutch cover.Saw the same modification done on a fiero with a RTR head and bore set-up(180 cc).This is the next thing on my agenda, as soon as the clutch plates wear out.
                    Life begins, once you hit the power band !!

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                    • Originally posted by gixxer_junkie_m View Post
                      Bro,you can use either,provided you put the stock jets and needle of your FX.

                      @PSR/ALL

                      Found out that there's a provision for the oil-cooler outlet which takes the oil back to the sump.So after a few banjo bolts work done at the lathe,today the bike's got the oil-cooler outlet right where it was designed to go.We had earlier seen this bolt/provision in the crankcase,but we were waiting for the confirmation and now it's done.So the cooled oil now goes to the sump ,thus keeping the oil circuit stock.The other thing is that the oil-pressure's good too,which we had found out back then itself.

                      Another good news is that the RTR clutch assembly can be installed on the fiero and it would need the installation of RTR's clutch cover.Saw the same modification done on a fiero with a RTR head and bore set-up(180 cc).This is the next thing on my agenda, as soon as the clutch plates wear out.
                      Good going...you are now a storehouse of information on all of Fiero mods , parts availability, and cross compatibility...Keep up the good work .
                      When Was The Last Time,You Did Something For The First Time.

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                      • Originally posted by gixxer_junkie_m View Post
                        Bro,you can use either,provided you put the stock jets and needle of your FX.

                        @PSR/ALL

                        Found out that there's a provision for the oil-cooler outlet which takes the oil back to the sump.So after a few banjo bolts work done at the lathe,today the bike's got the oil-cooler outlet right where it was designed to go.We had earlier seen this bolt/provision in the crankcase,but we were waiting for the confirmation and now it's done.So the cooled oil now goes to the sump ,thus keeping the oil circuit stock.The other thing is that the oil-pressure's good too,which we had found out back then itself.

                        Another good news is that the RTR clutch assembly can be installed on the fiero and it would need the installation of RTR's clutch cover.Saw the same modification done on a fiero with a RTR head and bore set-up(180 cc).This is the next thing on my agenda, as soon as the clutch plates wear out.

                        Thanks for the carb confirmation bro.

                        Man, the new oil cooler outlet find sounds great. Do put up pix please of this new mod. I'm constantly impressed with your "R & D" :P Hats off!
                        Ride it like you stole it! But buy your own helmet.

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                        • Originally posted by prd8r View Post
                          Thanks for the carb confirmation bro.

                          Man, the new oil cooler outlet find sounds great. Do put up pix please of this new mod. I'm constantly impressed with your "R & D" :P Hats off!
                          Originally posted by psr View Post
                          Good going...you are now a storehouse of information on all of Fiero mods , parts availability, and cross compatibility...Keep up the good work .
                          Pics will come shortly.The credit should go to ex ZEN TVS guys and mainly to SUZUKI-TVS for having the fore-sight 12 or so years back itself.
                          Another thing, the clutch mod will keep the stock clutch helical gear.
                          Last edited by gixxer_junkie_m; 09-16-2012, 09:40 PM.
                          Life begins, once you hit the power band !!

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                          • Originally posted by gixxer_junkie_m View Post
                            Pics will come shortly.The credit should go to ex ZEN TVS guys and mainly to SUZUKI-TVS for having the fore-sight 12 or so years back itself.
                            Another thing, the clutch mod will keep the stock clutch helical gear.

                            Hey guyz, whats up!!!

                            Anyways i am having a slight problem with my F2... the problem is that while cruising on the highways, say at speeds between 50-60kmph, and when i want to overtake by twisting the accelerator, the bike doesnt surge ahead. i mean, it feels as if its lacking power, or its like the engine is about to shut off!! so to avoid this, i have to de-accelerate by getting the accerelator back to its normal position, and then it works fine. what could be the problem?

                            And also just a few days back, i noticed some drops of petrol (i guess so) dripping from the carb outlet pipe (the overflow one) when the bike is put in side stand, with the engine turned off and the petrol cork in ON/RESERVE position (that time it was in ON). Why is it so? is it petrol overflowing, because i had ridden the bike for 1-2kms before switching it off.

                            Thanks....

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                            • Originally posted by tintin708 View Post
                              Hey guyz, whats up!!!Anyways i am having a slight problem with my F2... the problem is that while cruising on the highways, say at speeds between 50-60kmph, and when i want to overtake by twisting the accelerator, the bike doesnt surge ahead. i mean, it feels as if its lacking power, or its like the engine is about to shut off!! so to avoid this, i have to de-accelerate by getting the accerelator back to its normal position, and then it works fine. what could be the problem?And also just a few days back, i noticed some drops of petrol (i guess so) dripping from the carb outlet pipe (the overflow one) when the bike is put in side stand, with the engine turned off and the petrol cork in ON/RESERVE position (that time it was in ON). Why is it so? is it petrol overflowing, because i had ridden the bike for 1-2kms before switching it off.Thanks....
                              May be the A/F ratio is too rich. Check the spark plug for that.
                              FAQs-RTR owners

                              For me its never been nor will ever be my DL, For me its always been and will always remain my RL {Riding License}

                              I confess that I ♥ :
                              *Being ogled at while waiting
                              for lights to turn green
                              *Fielding queries from massed onlookers
                              *Pushing dream bikes to their limits
                              *Blasting past slowpokes
                              *Hoiking the front wheel
                              *Scraping a knee around corners

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                              • Anybody know,What may be the price of RTR BS 26 & BS 29 ?? Is Pulsar 150 carb fix for fiero??

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