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    Quote Originally Posted by ashutosh.k View Post
    Hi sorry for the delay in reply, been traveling.
    Any zero dep plan from showroom comes with 5 years Tp by default that's what I was told by my dealer ( Soniya motors Bhandup ) whichever plan you opt for you get 5 years Tp along by default . 1 year zero dep + 5 years Tp for 19k and 5 years zero dep + 5 years Tp 29k
    Thanks Ashutosh. 5 yrs for Third Party is mandatory, so it would be provided by default.

    But I have one question, does having Zero-Depreciation plan would invariably mean it would include Own-Damage for the same period?
    For example, if I take a 5 year plan with Zero-Depreciation, does it come with 5 years of Own-Damage cover?

    Dear Fellow Riders,
    It would be great if anyone can answer the above question on Zero-Depreciation & Own-Damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swadeshi View Post
    Thanks Ashutosh. 5 yrs for Third Party is mandatory, so it would be provided by default.

    But I have one question, does having Zero-Depreciation plan would invariably mean it would include Own-Damage for the same period?
    For example, if I take a 5 year plan with Zero-Depreciation, does it come with 5 years of Own-Damage cover?

    Dear Fellow Riders,
    It would be great if anyone can answer the above question on Zero-Depreciation & Own-Damage.
    Depends on the insurance. The types of plans I was told are below as per the insurance company.

    1. 5 years Zero Dep + 5 Years TP
    2. First year Zero Dep + 4 years comprehensive + 5 years TP
    3. 5 years comprehensive + 5 years TP
    4. 1 year comprehensive + 5 years TP

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashutosh.k View Post
    Hi, how much did the crash guard cost from HDT custom, I was checking crash guard with slider by A4 Moto Designs which looks more promising less bulky, From where did you purchase handle bar raiser( og ) ( cost ) and please keep us posted about kunckle guard. I'm planning to replace stock headlight with Philips 12342XVP H4 X-treme Vision Plus

    -Crash Guard costed me around 3000 including shipping from HDT Customs or (check out https://www.zanainternational.com/le...rope-black.htm or https://www.zanainternational.com/hi...ith-slider.htm they are in stock)

    -Royal Enfield Himalayan Handle Bar Top Raiser Black 1" Part Number 890083 (rs 200) (good quality handlebar raiser >2" available at HDT customs Hemant +919819184823 )

    - HEEL PAD LEFT FOR RE HIMALAYAN AND CONTINENTAL GT Part Number 859071 (rs 250)

    - Philips 12342XVP H4 X-treme Vision Plus is very good idea rather than going for AUX LED's, I'll also add to my to-do list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swadeshi View Post
    Thanks Ashutosh. 5 yrs for Third Party is mandatory, so it would be provided by default.

    But I have one question, does having Zero-Depreciation plan would invariably mean it would include Own-Damage for the same period?
    For example, if I take a 5 year plan with Zero-Depreciation, does it come with 5 years of Own-Damage cover?

    Dear Fellow Riders,
    It would be great if anyone can answer the above question on Zero-Depreciation & Own-Damage.

    YES , you can ask RE dealer / insurance agent too...

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    Hello everyone, Well i had been not an active member on this forum, and sorry for being that! As of now I own 2009 FZ16 and RE Himalayan ABS Stealth Black. Prior to my Himalayan, I had Classic 350 Ash, which was doing great but was giving some trouble due to vibration, which periodically damaged my aux lights. Hence I planned to switch for better tour oriented machine, I looked forward to Duke 390 & RE Himalayan ABS, and finally fell for REH, because KTM after sales service was not present where I live. So on November 2018, I got the keys, and followed strict instruction for breaking period of engine. I January 2019 I rode to Kolkata, my home city added some extra lighting and mounting arrangement for top box and panniers returned back to Jajpu/Odisha and again a week later hit to Vizag, some 600Kms ride, did Araku and returned back to my place. The bike did pretty well till June. As the monsoon started, One very fine day while ridding to my work all of a sudden the bike started decelerating while throttling, and in few seconds it regained its power and gave me a sudden jerk. As days passed, the issue kept on repeating more and more, and now added with start issue. I had to keep on firing the start button and pulling throttle to rev engine. I brought the bike to ASC and they said that I was filling the fuel tank to its max capacity and hence it was causing this issue, they suggested to fill only half tank and not more than that.. So from then onward, I followed the same, but the issue remained intact. Later ASC guy took the bike and kept with them to study the behavior, and after doing so, they changed the fuel valves and and did general service and claimed the problem is resolved. The very same day I again faced the similar problem of engine stalling during ride and refusal to start after stall. After that I did some homework over internet, and found some solution on this XBHP forum and you tube related to Evap fuel canister. Went again to ASC, re-routed the Evap Fuel Line and chipping the mouth of tubes for both overspil and evap fuel. The bike did pretty well for half day but again to my fear it stalled the very same day with persistent engine starting issue. I have a ride in November to Mumbai and in February to Bhutan. I have heavily invested my savings my leaves to make it happen all this year. ASC guys seems not be serious anymore, and i'm getting clueless for its solution. I cant go on trip with this problem.
    CAN ANYONE HELP ME ON THIS??

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    [QUOTE=asr_raw;1380607]Hello everyone, Well i had been not an active member on this forum, and sorry for being that! As of now I own 2009 FZ16 and RE Himalayan ABS Stealth Black. Prior to my Himalayan, I had Classic 350 Ash, which was doing great but was giving some trouble due to vibration, which periodically damaged my aux lights. Hence I planned to switch for better tour oriented machine, I looked forward to Duke 390 & RE Himalayan ABS, and finally fell for REH, because KTM after sales service was not present where I live. So on November 2018, I got the keys, and followed strict instruction for breaking period of engine. I January 2019 I rode to Kolkata, my home city added some extra lighting and mounting arrangement for top box and panniers returned back to Jajpu/Odisha and again a week later hit to Vizag, some 600Kms ride, did Araku and returned back to my place. The bike did pretty well till June. As the monsoon started, One very fine day while ridding to my work all of a sudden the bike started decelerating while throttling, and in few seconds it regained its power and gave me a sudden jerk. As days passed, the issue kept on repeating more and more, and now added with start issue. I had to keep on firing the start button and pulling throttle to rev engine. I brought the bike to ASC and they said that I was filling the fuel tank to its max capacity and hence it was causing this issue, they suggested to fill only half tank and not more than that.. So from then onward, I followed the same, but the issue remained intact. Later ASC guy took the bike and kept with them to study the behavior, and after doing so, they changed the fuel valves and and did general service and claimed the problem is resolved. The very same day I again faced the similar problem of engine stalling during ride and refusal to start after stall. After that I did some homework over internet, and found some solution on this XBHP forum and you tube related to Evap fuel canister. Went again to ASC, re-routed the Evap Fuel Line and chipping the mouth of tubes for both overspil and evap fuel. The bike did pretty well for half day but again to my fear it stalled the very same day with persistent engine starting issue. I have a ride in November to Mumbai and in February to Bhutan. I have heavily invested my savings my leaves to make it happen all this year. ASC guys seems not be serious anymore, and i'm getting clueless for its solution. I cant go on trip with this problem.
    CAN ANYONE HELP ME ON THIS??
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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan ABS issues

    Belated congrats on owning a Himalayan. And sorry to hear your problems with the bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by asr_raw View Post
    So on November 2018, I got the keys, and followed strict instruction for breaking period of engine.
    Sometimes I really feel that problems come only to the people who follows the rules strictly. This may be applicable in life too.

    Quote Originally Posted by asr_raw View Post
    I brought the bike to ASC and they said that I was filling the fuel tank to its max capacity and hence it was causing this issue, they suggested to fill only half tank and not more than that..
    This is a very very lame advice especially when it comes from professionals(ASC) who are trained to diagnose & fix the issues. How could they even think of such stupid idea especially given the bike is designed for touring purpose and riders always fill it up to the brim.

    Quote Originally Posted by asr_raw View Post
    I have a ride in November to Mumbai and in February to Bhutan. I have heavily invested my savings my leaves to make it happen all this year. ASC guys seems not be serious anymore, and i'm getting clueless for its solution. I cant go on trip with this problem.
    I really wish that you get a permanent solution from fellow riders in this forum.
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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan ABS issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Swadeshi View Post
    Belated congrats on owning a Himalayan. And sorry to hear your problems with the bike.


    Sometimes I really feel that problems come only to the people who follows the rules strictly. This may be applicable in life too.


    This is a very very lame advice especially when it comes from professionals(ASC) who are trained to diagnose & fix the issues. How could they even think of such stupid idea especially given the bike is designed for touring purpose and riders always fill it up to the brim.


    I really wish that you get a permanent solution from fellow riders in this forum.
    Thanks man..

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    Quote Originally Posted by asr_raw View Post
    Hello everyone, Well i had been not an active member on this forum, and sorry for being that! As of now I own 2009 FZ16 and RE Himalayan ABS Stealth Black. Prior to my Himalayan, I had Classic 350 Ash, which was doing great but was giving some trouble due to vibration, which periodically damaged my aux lights. Hence I planned to switch for better tour oriented machine, I looked forward to Duke 390 & RE Himalayan ABS, and finally fell for REH, because KTM after sales service was not present where I live. So on November 2018, I got the keys, and followed strict instruction for breaking period of engine. I January 2019 I rode to Kolkata, my home city added some extra lighting and mounting arrangement for top box and panniers returned back to Jajpu/Odisha and again a week later hit to Vizag, some 600Kms ride, did Araku and returned back to my place. The bike did pretty well till June. As the monsoon started, One very fine day while ridding to my work all of a sudden the bike started decelerating while throttling, and in few seconds it regained its power and gave me a sudden jerk. As days passed, the issue kept on repeating more and more, and now added with start issue. I had to keep on firing the start button and pulling throttle to rev engine. I brought the bike to ASC and they said that I was filling the fuel tank to its max capacity and hence it was causing this issue, they suggested to fill only half tank and not more than that.. So from then onward, I followed the same, but the issue remained intact. Later ASC guy took the bike and kept with them to study the behavior, and after doing so, they changed the fuel valves and and did general service and claimed the problem is resolved. The very same day I again faced the similar problem of engine stalling during ride and refusal to start after stall. After that I did some homework over internet, and found some solution on this XBHP forum and you tube related to Evap fuel canister. Went again to ASC, re-routed the Evap Fuel Line and chipping the mouth of tubes for both overspil and evap fuel. The bike did pretty well for half day but again to my fear it stalled the very same day with persistent engine starting issue. I have a ride in November to Mumbai and in February to Bhutan. I have heavily invested my savings my leaves to make it happen all this year. ASC guys seems not be serious anymore, and i'm getting clueless for its solution. I cant go on trip with this problem.
    CAN ANYONE HELP ME ON THIS??
    Change the oil to Motul or Shell, 15W50 grade semi synthetic,RE liquid gun is waste. A good oil makes a huge difference in Himalayan.
    Also, change your fuel bunk, try shell or some reliable HP bunk.
    Should solve your problem for sure.

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    Thanks man, i have used motul and its excellent! Since Im facing issues already with this bike and getting lame excuses and advice from ASC, switching engine oil will give them more excuse to evade.. need permanent solution for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by asr_raw View Post
    Hello everyone, Well i had been not an active member on this forum, and sorry for being that! As of now I own 2009 FZ16 and RE Himalayan ABS Stealth Black. Prior to my Himalayan, I had Classic 350 Ash, which was doing great but was giving some trouble due to vibration, which periodically damaged my aux lights. Hence I planned to switch for better tour oriented machine, I looked forward to Duke 390 & RE Himalayan ABS, and finally fell for REH, because KTM after sales service was not present where I live. So on November 2018, I got the keys, and followed strict instruction for breaking period of engine. I January 2019 I rode to Kolkata, my home city added some extra lighting and mounting arrangement for top box and panniers returned back to Jajpu/Odisha and again a week later hit to Vizag, some 600Kms ride, did Araku and returned back to my place. The bike did pretty well till June. As the monsoon started, One very fine day while ridding to my work all of a sudden the bike started decelerating while throttling, and in few seconds it regained its power and gave me a sudden jerk. As days passed, the issue kept on repeating more and more, and now added with start issue. I had to keep on firing the start button and pulling throttle to rev engine. I brought the bike to ASC and they said that I was filling the fuel tank to its max capacity and hence it was causing this issue, they suggested to fill only half tank and not more than that.. So from then onward, I followed the same, but the issue remained intact. Later ASC guy took the bike and kept with them to study the behavior, and after doing so, they changed the fuel valves and and did general service and claimed the problem is resolved. The very same day I again faced the similar problem of engine stalling during ride and refusal to start after stall. After that I did some homework over internet, and found some solution on this XBHP forum and you tube related to Evap fuel canister. Went again to ASC, re-routed the Evap Fuel Line and chipping the mouth of tubes for both overspil and evap fuel. The bike did pretty well for half day but again to my fear it stalled the very same day with persistent engine starting issue. I have a ride in November to Mumbai and in February to Bhutan. I have heavily invested my savings my leaves to make it happen all this year. ASC guys seems not be serious anymore, and i'm getting clueless for its solution. I cant go on trip with this problem.
    CAN ANYONE HELP ME ON THIS??
    Two things, check your fuel injector and fuel pump. Get them both replaced under warranty. If you feel you bike is losing power while riding and then gaining momentum and feels like is being starved of fuel. This is dangerous, especially when cruising around highways and overtaking. The bike should start with the push of the button. The injector might be clogged or the fuel pump might be faulty. Start off by first removing the throttle body, clean the fuel injector and see if it helps. If it still happens, opt for the fuel injector and fuel pump replacement.

    The EVAP canister doesn't cause any stalling, apart from a few misses here and there, and yes the fuel tank though is a problem, isn't a problem per se. If you check the manual it mentions a particular point to where the fuel should be filled. Make sure the fuel isn't full so that the tank can breathe properly, else it will stall and leak as fuel expands during heat, but generally that's not a problem.

    Start off with the above mentioned items, get them double checked and replaced and keep your observations posted.

    Good luck.

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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Thanks man, I spoke to ASC this time strongly and they have confirmed to bring himalayan expert from kolkata to attend this issue!
    Honestly as u mentioned I nearly met an accident while cruising recently..
    I did study a bit on fuel pump and injectors and believe the injector solenoid might be malfunctioning!
    Looking forward to kill this issue sooner..
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