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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemanz View Post
    Hey Jillton,

    I got my saddle stays from a person in another location. He couriers it at an additional charge of 250rs. Overall it cost me 1550/- and took about 4 days to get delivered. Let me know if you need further details, will share the details of the person and a few pictures of other riders who have fixed saddle stays.

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    Hi Hemanz,

    Thanks for your prompt response mate.. yes if you can please share some information along with the pictures it would be amazing..

    Thanks in advance..

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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Anyone got any update on new BS4 engine and abs, fi variant? I visited the showroom in thane and their expression were like they heard bs4 for first time in life. I had to literally explain them.. SMH..

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    I experienced the same at Jaipur COCO store

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    Post Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemanz View Post
    Hey Jillton,

    I got my saddle stays from a person in another location. He couriers it at an additional charge of 250rs. Overall it cost me 1550/- and took about 4 days to get delivered. Let me know if you need further details, will share the details of the person and a few pictures of other riders who have fixed saddle stays.

    Cheers!
    Kindly do post the detailed address of the supplier, phone number if any here. Would come in mighty handy for folks looking for the same. Thank you.

    Cheers!
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
    Kindly do post the detailed address of the supplier, phone number if any here. Would come in mighty handy for folks looking for the same. Thank you.

    Cheers!
    VJ
    Saddle Stay Frames:

    Name of the person: Vibhas
    FB Page: Zana Motor Cycles

    You can contact him through the FB page, he is pretty responsive. You can have a look at saddle stay frames on 'Zana Motor Cycles' FB page. Payment was done through Paytm. It cost me 1550/- (1300 + 250 for shipping). The packaging was really good. He also sells crash guards.

    Cheers!

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    4. The back wheel locks. Happened 2nd time for me. I was riding on a service road (50-60kmph)and an XUV guy was cutting in from the highway (he was coming in the opposite direction as mine). I hard braked and the rear wheel locked, it skid, but I didn't feel I lost control of the bike. It's good that I am not losing control of it, but it doesn't give me the confidence to ride at a higher speed. I am trying to brake 70-30 and also trying threshold braking, but there are just times when I instinctively hard brake. It's fine as long as I am riding alone, but what if I am with a pillon and I face a situation? Is it because of the brake pads? Tyre? Need some guidance here.
    5. One another problem I had was, the headlight throw was pretty low, hardly could see anything on roads with no streetlights. Have changed the headlight to Phillips, let's see how that holds up. But one question I had was, what should I do if the person coming in opposite direction is driving/riding on a high beam. I am literally blinded and couldn't figure out what to do apart from slowly down my speed. Any suggestions?
    Any help here? No suggestions? No guidance?

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    6. Have taken out the windshield, for now, let me see if it helps me by not having a mini-typhoon inside my helmet.
    7. My saddle stay frames are here, will get them fixed on Sunday. Will try to re-route the clutch cable to make it a little less hard on my fingers (esp. in traffic)
    After having taken out the windshield, it is much better. The buffeting has reduced a lot. I think it's mainly because of my height. I haven't fixed the saddle stay frames yet, I had an accident on Saturday, courtesy a truck driver. Will share pics once I have fixed saddle stays. Lastly, I changed my rearview mirrors to Continental GT's one. Better view than the stock ones.

    Cheers!
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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Quote Originally Posted by Pique242 View Post
    Anyone got any update on new BS4 engine and abs, fi variant? I visited the showroom in thane and their expression were like they heard bs4 for first time in life. I had to literally explain them.. SMH..
    BS4 is expected mid year as per Manzil Motors, Sohna Road, Gurgaon

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    Hello Riders!!!!

    Can anyone help me with any contacts or stores in Bangalore where I can get a saddle stay fixed, any inputs will be highly appreciated..

    PS :- I checked one of the guys called MotoKraft based in Vijaynagar but he qouted about 6.5k for just saddle stay, his work was good but 6.5k for just saddle stay for me it was way out of my budget (I'm not a rich kid.. )..

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    Hi Praveen,

    Do you know if Fixwell motors have the knuckle guard in black and if they have saddle stay in stock ?? because last time when I went there they said they had no stock


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    Jillton

    Hi Jilton,
    When I had been to the shop,he was showing me the black ones first.. I asked him to give me white. So i think he had the black knuckle guard..
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    How much the windshield of HIMALAYAN cost???

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    Anyone out here aware as to where in Delhi is Zana Motor Cycles located ? tried googling it up .. no results

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    Anyone out here aware as to where in Delhi is Zana Motor Cycles located ? tried googling it up .. no results
    https://m.facebook.com/vibhas.bhutani.7
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