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  • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

    Originally posted by dnewguy View Post
    Hey....

    Is it very easy to get to the front sprocket of R3?
    I usually leave the front of my chain on my baby pulsar because that will involve tools that i dont possess and will leave behind a lot more open parts/bolts etc.

    A DIY video would be nice for the owners interested in chain cleaning/lubing the front sprocket.

    The motul chain lube 400ml Mrp is Rs.560 only.


    Cheers
    Yes it is easy to open. You need 8mm T spanner for the same.

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    • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

      Originally posted by banerjee.obhi View Post
      Hello Everyone.. I am connected with most of you in the R3 Owners' Group Facebook and WhatsApp.. For the rest.. Hi.. This is Abhishek .. from Kolkata.. I tour with my wife.. and just back from our South India trip traveling all the way from Kolkata to Kanyakumari and exploring Kerala there after.. You can find out trip pics by searching #we_r3 in Facebook.. Here's a short video for you all to enjoy.. as I edit the rest for the next upload.

      Total Kms Traveled in the Trip: 6364kms..
      Issues/Complaints: None.

      Here's the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_FHVh5RsiI
      Enjoy..
      Hey abhi,congrats on your completion of the trip.I was part of the YRC india R3 group Bangalore,who welcomed you near krishnagiri MCDonalds.Hope you had a great journey and a story to be told.Good to see a picture of you(including mine) after month or so.
      There's a light at each end of this tunnel you shout cause you're just as far in as you'll ever be out.

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      • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

        Originally posted by Felicity View Post
        Hey abhi,congrats on your completion of the trip.I was part of the YRC india R3 group Bangalore,who welcomed you near krishnagiri MCDonalds.Hope you had a great journey and a story to be told.Good to see a picture of you(including mine) after month or so.
        Hey.. Nice.. Here you are Cookie as I can see.. but what's your name? I am sure I'll be able to recall once I get to know you buddy..

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        • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

          The name's Aniket mate.I am standing far left, just one guy after you on the left.We were standing on a ledge with our motorcycles in front.
          There's a light at each end of this tunnel you shout cause you're just as far in as you'll ever be out.

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          • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

            Originally posted by Felicity View Post
            The name's Aniket mate.I am standing far left, just one guy after you on the left.We were standing on a ledge with our motorcycles in front.
            Ah.. Hi Aniket.. It was really great to have you all there that day.. Some day soon shall ride together..!!

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            • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

              Originally posted by banerjee.obhi View Post
              Ah.. Hi Aniket.. It was really great to have you all there that day.. Some day soon shall ride together..!!
              Yea,Some day soon 😉
              There's a light at each end of this tunnel you shout cause you're just as far in as you'll ever be out.

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              • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

                R3 Murbad Breakfast Ride.
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                • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

                  Originally posted by banerjee.obhi View Post
                  Hello Everyone.. I am connected with most of you in the R3 Owners' Group Facebook and WhatsApp.. For the rest.. Hi.. This is Abhishek .. from Kolkata.. I tour with my wife.. and just back from our South India trip traveling all the way from Kolkata to Kanyakumari and exploring Kerala there after.. You can find out trip pics by searching #we_r3 in Facebook.. Here's a short video for you all to enjoy.. as I edit the rest for the next upload.

                  Total Kms Traveled in the Trip: 6364kms..
                  Issues/Complaints: None.

                  Here's the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_FHVh5RsiI
                  Enjoy..
                  Nice video bro .... [emoji108]🏼

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                  • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

                    Some more additions...
                    1. Double bubble windscreen Ali Express Rs. 1000
                    2. Belly pan fairing grill Ali Express Rs. 750
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                    Quench my thirst with gasoline!

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                    • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

                      Originally posted by alwaysusing View Post

                      Greetings from Singapore,

                      Upgraded my r15 v2 to this mini beast 2 months ago.

                      Just to check, how much engine oil do you guys put up on engine oil change ? Assuming you change the oil filter as well.

                      Not much mods for my bike, mainly akra slip on, lowering my fork, BMC air filter, engine guard, frame slider, vagabond fender eliminator.

                      Nice to be in this forum ☺
                      That is a sexy looking bike mate. Maybe you could throw some more light on the lowering fork part. How did you do it?
                      I really think this bike can be a gem with a race setup with that kind of engine.

                      Have you thought of lowering your clipons too?
                      "When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return." ~ Leonardo da Vinci

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                      • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

                        Originally posted by alwaysusing View Post
                        Greetings from Singapore,

                        Upgraded my r15 v2 to this mini beast 2 months ago.

                        Just to check, how much engine oil do you guys put up on engine oil change ? Assuming you change the oil filter as well.

                        Not much mods for my bike, mainly akra slip on, lowering my fork, BMC air filter, engine guard, frame slider, vagabond fender eliminator.

                        Nice to be in this forum ☺
                        Beautiful mods. I so wanna get a R3 and modify it like yours.
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                        • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

                          Originally posted by Sarvajit View Post
                          Some more additions...
                          1. Double bubble windscreen Ali Express Rs. 1000
                          2. Belly pan fairing grill Ali Express Rs. 750
                          Wow, your babe looks super hot now!
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                          • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

                            Went around shopping. A few more accessories that are still pending arrival has me waiting with bated breath. In the meantime, i went ahead with attaching the blindspot mirrors that i had purchased for 250 Rs. Helps a lot with the viewing now. PS: Do clean the front sprocket insides and remove gunk if you find any. I had so much gunk that it looked like there were tarballs inside. A can of WD40 later, i was able to remove all that sticky tar like gunk. Yuck!

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                            • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

                              Originally posted by Archangelonar3 View Post
                              Went around shopping. A few more accessories that are still pending arrival has me waiting with bated breath. In the meantime, i went ahead with attaching the blindspot mirrors that i had purchased for 250 Rs. Helps a lot with the viewing now. PS: Do clean the front sprocket insides and remove gunk if you find any. I had so much gunk that it looked like there were tarballs inside. A can of WD40 later, i was able to remove all that sticky tar like gunk. Yuck!
                              I wanted to check if SF's rvm stem will fit ours. It's very lengthy and has more surface area in mirrors, so will contribute to better viewing. It's annoying to tuck all the time to see behind the bike.

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                              • Re: Yamaha YZF R3 Owners Reviews and Experiences

                                Originally posted by JacobJ View Post
                                It's annoying to tuck all the time to see behind the bike.
                                Exactly why i chose to go this route Jacob ji. This is the easiest fix yet considering our RVM's area is smaller than the smallest 2 piece in the market.

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