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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    This photos getting automatically deleted is a big problem @B7ACKTHORN.
    HERE is another photo showing the rise of the TbX handlebar
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    Quote Originally Posted by zestbiker View Post
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    Was not present at the ASC when this was done-but find no movement constraints on reverifying after your post.The cables and wiring surely does'nt look pushed/pulled-the fact that the OE trained staff did this change -infact it was suggested by the chief mechanic when i talked to him about changing position of OE handlebar as i found it to be too low especially while riding standing up.
    Thank you for reverting, and yes if it fits on the stock upper plate without a fuss and not fouling up with the movement of cables and switchgear, I reckon it's a job well done. I would love to get a better view. I mean from your view point while sitting on the bike, so that everyone can get an idea and instead of risers that are costlier than the handlebars themselves, this should come in as a quick reminder for people looking for the mod.

    Thank you.

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    Hi Everyone,

    I am looking for pre worshipped 2018/2019 Himalayan in Delhi. With my budget I can have only used Dominar or used Himalayan. Mind says dominar heart says Himalayan and this time I let my heart win.

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    Hello everyone. I've been following this thread for some time now. I had booked a BS6 Himalayan (Lake Blue) on the 19th of March which would have been delivered to me by the end of the month had normalcy prevailed. I'm from Delhi and had been looking to buy a bike for leisure (no daily commutes). After jumping from the Xtreme 200S to the FZ-25 to the Jawa 42 to the Dominar 400, I ended up choosing the Himalayan (). Why, you'd ask? I wanted a bike with versatility which is easy to ride, comfortable and could also prove to be a potent tourer on the highways and hills. I had settled on a Jawa 42 but the super low ground clearance made me rethink my decision and the powerful torque on the Himalayan sealed the deal for me. Can't wait for the world to heal and the lockdowns to be taken down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahulsuneja View Post
    Hello everyone. I've been following this thread for some time now. I had booked a BS6 Himalayan (Lake Blue) on the 19th of March which would have been delivered to me by the end of the month had normalcy prevailed. I'm from Delhi and had been looking to buy a bike for leisure (no daily commutes). After jumping from the Xtreme 200S to the FZ-25 to the Jawa 42 to the Dominar 400, I ended up choosing the Himalayan (). Why, you'd ask? I wanted a bike with versatility which is easy to ride, comfortable and could also prove to be a potent tourer on the highways and hills. I had settled on a Jawa 42 but the super low ground clearance made me rethink my decision and the powerful torque on the Himalayan sealed the deal for me. Can't wait for the world to heal and the lockdowns to be taken down.
    Welcome to the boards. One thing the Himalayan does above everything is, do things at its own pace and style. No hurries, no chatphata, helps you gulp in everything passing by and with sofa like comfort, and a great riding position. Do post your ownership experience, post relaxation and when you get hold of your motorcycle.

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    can someone guide me how to set idle rpm on royal enfield himalayan bs6..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harkirat008 View Post
    can someone guide me how to set idle rpm on royal enfield himalayan bs6..?
    In Classic 500 (EFI) there use to be a brass screw which is used to set the idle rpm, I would strongly suggest don't touch it.
    its not advisable to fiddle with the EFI system if you don't have proper tools. Saying from personal experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harkirat008 View Post
    can someone guide me how to set idle rpm on royal enfield himalayan bs6..?
    There is a big BRASS IDLE Screw on top of the throttle body, you turn it counter clock wise, the RPM increases, if you turn it clock wise it will reduce the RPM. You need to remove the tank and see the top of the throttle body and adjust it by turning quarter of a turn. Always adjust the idle at cold. The RPM should be set at 1150 to 1200 this way when the engine warms up, the idle will be set to 1450 to 1500. This can be done at the SVC also.

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    Thank you both Mandar_C500 and B7ACKTHORN for the info... :-)
    As per the owner manual, bs4 himalayan has idle RPM at 1250 plus minus 50 rpm at EOT 80 deg where as the bs6 himalayan has idle RPM at 1350 plus minus 200 rpm.
    Mine bs6 himalayan idle rpm remains b/w 1500 to 1700 rpm and i noticed that after riding it about 40-45 km to my home. I asked RE showroom about this and told me to bring the bike to showroom and they'll look but then lockdown was enforced due to covid-19. Got my Himalayan sleet bs6 just a week before the lockdown and odo is at 321km. The idle rpm levels stays at around 1600-1800 rpm after engine is warmed up and ridden some kilometers which i noticed during my two rides to my work place (during the lockdown, emergency duty) which is about 70 km away. Also, my bs6 himalayan has orange display instead of white, but the colour does not concern me as long everything works fine. I wont be doing anything as Mandar_C500 advised and let the service centre guys handle it. Everything else on bike seems good...!!
    Thanks again.
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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    @zestbiker is the new handle hitting the windshield when its turned fully ? hows the ride comfort after the change ? i had changed the handle of my REH to one i had bought online but it had rusted so thinking of your type modification.

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