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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Thanks VJ
    It is Amaron Stock (bs4)
    It's with RE currently for observation. That reminds I need to check with them as it's 4th day. I had given them insurance copy as per their request.

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    Post Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Quote Originally Posted by Thim View Post
    Thanks VJ
    It is Amaron Stock (bs4)
    It's with RE currently for observation. That reminds I need to check with them as it's 4th day. I had given them insurance copy as per their request.
    Strange. Being the BS4 it is, mine came with an Exide. Being Amaron, usually they comparatively last better than Exide, but do replace and keep your observations posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackspark3 View Post
    Thanks VJ! First thing did in the morning, remove the tank & check once again! There is no overflow pipe anywhere!!! I am quite shocked as how could they forgot this! Thank god, I haven't left my bike in rain till now! I will take it to the ASC tomorrow and check with them.

    Some pictures attached...Attachment 255736Attachment 255737
    Took the bike to ASC & told them. At first, the supervisor guy told me there is no overflow pipe for the new bs6 models. No words!!!
    Politely told him to take the bike, remove the tank & get a new hose for it which he did after that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackspark3 View Post
    Took the bike to ASC & told them. At first, the supervisor guy told me there is no overflow pipe for the new bs6 models. No words!!!
    Politely told him to take the bike, remove the tank & get a new hose for it which he did after that.
    Glad you got it inspected and replaced.

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    This guy is an xbhpian and has some brilliant DIYs on Himalayan...


    https://www.youtube.com/user/leuheanrede

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    Hi guys, I am planning to buy a RE Himalayan in Delhi. As I am going to purchase it through CSD so I have limited options of dealership. As of now I could find out only three dealers viz. Centrum, Outer Delhi motorcycles and KAYTEE motors who deals in CSD. Please suggest which one of these would be the best choice in terms of buying experience.
    They all have quoted a waiting period of 2 months for lake Blue Himalayan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by san10081974 View Post
    I just got my new Himalayan bs6 grey.....The bike is just having run in period...Lately I have noticed that my Himalayans rear wheel isn't rotating freely..It is having some resistance ...Is it normal? Is it due to new bike...Pls give your valuable opinions on aboveAttachment 253311
    I have been on many adventure rides but have rarely shared my bike touring experience on any forums. However, this time (during the solo trip to Leh), I learned so much about my 2-wheeled companion, the Royal Enfield Himalayan, which I would like to share with you guys. Hopefully, this will add some clarity regarding the RE Himalayan in action.
    Roads or no-roads, when it comes to performance and handling on straight roads, the go-anywhere bike hardly troubles you with even at high speeds. In its hassle-free performance, the Royal Enfield Himalayan tyres (OEM-fitted CEAT Gripp XL) also have an essential role in adding confidence-inspiring grip and enabling stability even on off-roads.Once you cross the 10,000 ft mark above sea level on the real off-roads, you can feel the engine lag power, which is a bit frustrating. Imagine: just when you want the engine to open up, you start losing power. Anyway, I had to cover those harsh uphill terrains on low/mid-rpm while maintaining balance (thankfully, I carried limited luggage with me). Here again, the Himalayan rear tyre was helpful as it secured one end firmly. At the same time, I had to focus on the directional aspect with the front tyre.Nevertheless, riding on straight rough terrains (sharp bumps, gravels, small rocks, potholes) was a cakewalk for the Himalayan as it does its job as an off-roader commendably. I enjoyed crossing the river the most. The RE Himalayan passed through without any glitch, where its high ground clearance (200mm) piece and fantastic suspension setup (both front & rear) had a vital role to play.The seat and riding positions are designed to suit rough riding and long-distance touring setup when it comes to comfort. I was a little concerned about fuel efficiency numbers. Aren't 22-26kmpl under off-road conditions and 30-33kmpl during everyday riding on the lower side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedmonster View Post
    I have been on many adventure rides but have rarely shared my bike touring experience on any forums. However, this time (during the solo trip to Leh), I learned so much about my 2-wheeled companion, t00mm) piece and fantastic suspension setup (both front & rear) had a vital role to play.The seat and riding positions are designed to suit rough riding and long-distance touring setup when it comes to comfort. I was a little concerned about fuel efficiency numbers. Aren't 22-26kmpl under off-road conditions and 30-33kmpl during everyday riding on the lower side?
    The average you're getting is absolutely fine, nothing to worry.

    Quote Originally Posted by nomad_sachin View Post
    Hi guys, I am planning to buy a RE Himalayan in Delhi. As I am going to purchase it through CSD so I have limited options of dealership. As of now I could find out only three dealers viz. Centrum, Outer Delhi motorcycles and KAYTEE motors who deals in CSD. Please suggest which one of these would be the best choice in terms of buying experience.
    They all have quoted a waiting period of 2 months for lake Blue Himalayan.
    The variables can differ from supplier to supplier and the stock available. Usually, the process through getting from CSD is a little cumbersome. I would suggest, you book your vehicle through the recommended parameters as per CSD, as the service to CSD is of par above than normally getting it from SVC. So, recommend you wait a little and get the better of if.

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    And the guy lived happily ever after and rode motorcycles and watched sport on a big screen TV, went fishing and surfing, and played golf a lot, and drank beer and scotch and had tons of money in the bank and left the toilet seat up and farted whenever he wanted.


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    While riding in a new area a few days back,hit a huge sharp edge crater in the road and the front rim took a whopping hit-got bent and a wobble started.Took it straight to a rim straightening guy and had the rim trued again-1hour and Rs150. This pizza cutter 21" front wheel with a low 90/90 profile may be good enough for impacts on dirt but has too less air cushion to absorb hits from solid tar-a 19" with a fatter tyre and 100 profile will be much better in absorbing sharp corner hits in the urban environment and the bike will steer better too-and with less gyroscopic force of the smaller diameter wheel will be easier on the steering head bearings and frame too.



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    Quote Originally Posted by zestbiker View Post
    While riding in a new area a few days back,hit a huge sharp edge crater in the road and the front rim took a whopping hit-got bent and a wobble started.Took it straight to a rim straightening guy and had the rim trued again-1hour and Rs150. This pizza cutter 21" front wheel with a low 90/90 profile may be good enough for impacts on dirt but has too less air cushion to absorb hits from solid tar-a 19" with a fatter tyre and 100 profile will be much better in absorbing sharp corner hits in the urban environment and the bike will steer better too-and with less gyroscopic force of the smaller diameter wheel will be easier on the steering head bearings and frame too.
    Pleaes re-upload the pictures.

    Cheers!
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    The girl said, 'NO!'


    And the guy lived happily ever after and rode motorcycles and watched sport on a big screen TV, went fishing and surfing, and played golf a lot, and drank beer and scotch and had tons of money in the bank and left the toilet seat up and farted whenever he wanted.


    THE END

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