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  • Bismaya
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by puneeth007 View Post
    Hello, I want to install disk brake in front with spoke wheel for fireo f2 and can I install yezdi whell at rear ,plz help me.
    You could always go for the Apache front (Shocks, Wheels, Disc, Calliper, Master Cylinder and Pads). Not sure about the t-stem. You'll have to check and see for any difference and whether the direct fit is possible.

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  • puneeth007
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Hello, I want to install disk brake in front with spoke wheel for fireo f2 and can I install yezdi whell at rear ,plz help me.
    Last edited by puneeth007; 03-16-2019, 08:33 PM.

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  • kirankoti
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by prd8r View Post
    It truly is. Welcome to the forum.

    Your query can best be answered by looking at page no 473 here. Gixxer, our resident expert, has explained it.

    What else have you planned for your bike?
    Apologies about the late reply, got caught up. I did not do through with the deal, picked up a car. Will buy a Fiero though once funds are in.
    1. 200CC bump with the RTR kit - Recomended mechanics?
    2. Looking to build a basic street tracker, on the line of Pusako motors Monster theme.
    Last edited by kirankoti; 01-15-2019, 02:02 AM.

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  • ayrus
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by AJ9 View Post
    Can anyone please help me with 180 conversion. My bike is in surgery and I have to decide if I have to go with stock bore or 180. Would really appreciate if anyone guides me with step by step process. TIA! And happy diwali
    Why don't you try the 200 instead?? It also has the same 57.8 mm stroke.

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  • tripping_billie
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by AJ9 View Post
    Can anyone please help me with 180 conversion. My bike is in surgery and I have to decide if I have to go with stock bore or 180. Would really appreciate if anyone guides me with step by step process. TIA! And happy diwali
    Go for it, apache and fiero have a shared engine design and architecture, even the stroke length is same 57.8 mm for both. However, the valve port sizes are different due to the cc difference, so would need head porting to be done. Also, the cdi/idi unit would be different and the exhaust would need upgradation to deal with more exhaust pressure. Ensure the head work is done properly otherwise you would keep facing issues like low power/fuel efficiency.

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  • AJ9
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Can anyone please help me with 180 conversion. My bike is in surgery and I have to decide if I have to go with stock bore or 180. Would really appreciate if anyone guides me with step by step process. TIA! And happy diwali

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  • abhilashabhi12
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by Ramankr77 View Post
    Hey,
    Sorry couldn't able to meet you on Sunday, will plan for another short trip.
    Not a problem buddy. Yeah let's do that short trip again on a weekend

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  • Ramankr77
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by abhilashabhi12 View Post
    Congrats buddy
    Hey,
    Sorry couldn't able to meet you on Sunday, will plan for another short trip.

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  • abhilashabhi12
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by Ramankr77 View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    Finally my Apache 160 has been transplanted with RTR 200 4v setup.But bike is not near perfect few things to be sorted out.
    Well the RTR 4v isn't a direct bolt-on job for Apache RTR 160/180 and few minor modifications to be done, but for fiero its almost bolt-on Job.
    Please note that RTR-200 parts are not available readily and keep all the parts before build.
    Thanks [MENTION=15069]gixxer[/MENTION]_junkie for the inputs that he provided during build.
    After going through this build we have learnt lot of things has been done by TVS on RTR-200 platform.
    Will write-up the changes and modifications considered for this setup.
    Congrats buddy

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  • Ramankr77
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Hi Everyone,

    Finally my Apache 160 has been transplanted with RTR 200 4v setup.But bike is not near perfect few things to be sorted out.
    Well the RTR 4v isn't a direct bolt-on job for Apache RTR 160/180 and few minor modifications to be done, but for fiero its almost bolt-on Job.
    Please note that RTR-200 parts are not available readily and keep all the parts before build.
    Thanks [MENTION=15069]gixxer[/MENTION]_junkie for the inputs that he provided during build.
    After going through this build we have learnt lot of things has been done by TVS on RTR-200 platform.
    Will write-up the changes and modifications considered for this setup.
    Attached Files

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  • shaikthanzim
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by JS16 View Post
    PM me if anyone needs help in Bangalore regarding their Fiero. I know this man, Ex TVS employee who has his own workshop. He built these engines, need to say more?
    Can you please help me with the fiero mechanic

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  • vnk224
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Originally posted by vnk224 View Post
    Hi all,

    I have tvs fiero, i bought it second hand 2 years back. Till now it working great. Now i want to install disk for both front and back. Can Some one let me know what are the options i have. I am from bangalore, i would love to talk to Some one regards this.

    Thanks

    Hi all,


    I have successfully made some changes to my fiero,
    below are the changes
    1. front aloy weel with disk.
    2. rear aloy weel with durm.
    3. swing arm.
    4. front fork set.
    5. clip on haldle bar
    all the above are from apache
    6. rear suspension (from pulsar)


    It is now more than one and half years now, this is my primary commute.
    Every thing is good except for the rear suspension.
    I feel it is a bit too stiff, i am getting back pain because of this.
    I want to know if it is possible to adjust the stiffnes of the shock absorbers.
    All the mechanics i spoke to are saying the only way is to change them altogather.
    If it is not possible which will be the best choice for a smooth ride.
    Can some one help me with this.

    thanks in advance.

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  • kookaburra
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    Need instrument cluster for my 2005 Fiero Fx (Pune preferred)
    (I hope i am posting it in the right thread)

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  • AJ9
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    Re: Fiero/FieroF2/FieroFx

    fiero gods need your help, bike is 35k on odo, white blue smoke is coming when the engine heats up, which it does after 50kms... mechanic is saying full block piston needs to be replaced which will cost around 3500 including labour/new oil etc.... I think only the rings are kaput... what might be the scenario...
    and if changing the block is the solution then should I go for 180conversion? what changes are required to the head & valves

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  • amd999
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    Any person from chennai,bangalore please help me on FIero F2/Fx combination switches

    Any person in Chennai/Bangalore , please arrange me the right side combination switch ( swiss make) Kick start version , i am from Kerala, and i tried many shops in Delhi but only got left side only,


    I will pay all the expenses needed for the same.


    Please help me any person from chennai/Bangalore(JC ROAD).
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