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    Hey guys I am a beginner and have decided to buy a bike. I am confused between hornet and fzs can you guys suggest
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    i would suggest you to go through the last few pages of this thread and see the problems which owners are facing in the fz.. if you are fine with those problems then you may consider the fz
    Quote Originally Posted by yash_s View Post
    Hey guys I am a beginner and have decided to buy a bike. I am confused between hornet and fzs can you guys suggest
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    Quote Originally Posted by yash_s View Post
    Hey guys I am a beginner and have decided to buy a bike. I am confused between hornet and fzs can you guys suggest
    I am a Hornet owner and apart from stiff suspension, i have no problems with it. It's smooth , can cruise beautifully in highways, low maintenance , sharp brakes and best in class power and torque ( among Japanese 150cc air cooled segment). U may consider the new gixxer, apart from high pillion seat, it's a fun to ride bike with new looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by yash_s View Post
    Hey guys I am a beginner and have decided to buy a bike. I am confused between hornet and fzs can you guys suggest
    As a FZ-S owner I still consider it as one of the best handling & smooth engine motorcycle in 150-160cc segment but have cons too like it has lowest than its rivals but you won't feel it in city, on highways or open roads you may feel motorcycle struggling. But its meant only for city riding or occasional highway rides.

    If you're planning to purchase one, check your nearest service center's after sales service, then decide. My suggestion would be go for Hornet or Apache 160 carb version.

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    BS6 Compliant Yamaha FZ- FZ-S power figures are leaked. Instead of bringing new engine, Yamaha has reduced power from 13.1 bhp to 12.2 bhp. Name:  20191023_092156.jpg
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    Hi,

    I changed my front tyre to MRF massetr 100\80. But there was a wobbling in front tyre. So i change to zapper now. But still wobbling continues. What are the causes for wobbling? Wheel balancing also done while changing tyre.

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    Any one using Motul 7100 in their FZ’S???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raty_FZ View Post
    Hi,

    I changed my front tyre to MRF massetr 100\80. But there was a wobbling in front tyre. So i change to zapper now. But still wobbling continues. What are the causes for wobbling? Wheel balancing also done while changing tyre.
    Check for any rim bends, handle bar balancing or worn out bearings. Those are the culprits most of the time. If your handle conset (ball bearings) is messed, your handle won't stay stable.
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    Hi guys. i've been a silent reader a year ago. Finally i bought my FZ 2.0 and i'm also having this problem with the sound in the engine (like tappets but they aren't). so i've investigated and found this video, which is in spanish but i will make you a resume in english.


    /watch?v=IUIxNQMbJyM&t
    /watch?v=awIn5Vxr8VE

    the guy basically says that the sound comes from a axial play in the OHC. which can be solved in two different ways:

    1. there are two sizes of OHC, (probably from a older version or something, the video doesn't tell exactly), so you can get the OHC larger or you can use those iron rings (dont know the name in english) that are used with the bolts (not the hexagonal ones, the circle ones which are very slim) to prevent the axial play on the OHC. as shown on minute 3:00 of the video 2

    2. blend the black X-shaped steel towards inside (this piece holds the OHC) so it helps to prevent the axial play. as shown in 4:31 of the video 2

    I havent tested it yet, because my bike is pretty new (in Colombia Yamaha still selling the 2.0 ), so i dont want to void the warranty. can someone try it and tell us the result?
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