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Thread: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Ownership Experience

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    Default Re: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Ownership Experience

    Hey everyone,
    can you just me the suitable NGK iridium spark plug model for the bike?
    I have the 2017 BS-3 RTR 200.

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    Default Re: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Ownership Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by Arwin07 View Post
    Hi folks. I own a 2010 RTR 160 Fi. After 10 years and 75000km, I have booked a White BS4 Carburettor RTR 200. After waiting for 4 months, I am told that there is no more stock of BS4 and I have a BS6 RTR 200 Fuel injection ready waiting for delivery in showroom now.

    In the ownership thread 'RTR 160/Fi' I have shared in detail my bad experience with old Delphi Fuel injector which failed twice. The second time, I couldn't get replacement ECU and had to convert my bike to Carburettor at 50000kms.

    That's the reason I opted for Carburettor RTR200 for reliability. But TVS Technicians assure me that unlike the old Delphi Fuel injector in old160 Fi, the RTR200 Fi is a Bosch closed loop FI which is very reliable.

    What is your experience with your fuel injected RTR200? How many kilometres have you ridden so far and what were the issues you faced in fuel injection?
    Kindly help.
    HI Arwin

    Sorry for the late reply. I have used both the bikes you mentioned. I used Apache 160 FI for almost 9 years, 80K+ Kms. And it is still being used by the guy I sold it off to. He spent about 12K in repairs and was very happy with it when I last met him. I never faced any problem with the Fuel Injector. I am currently using white RTR200 FI and will complete 2 years in June '20 and already clocked 20K Kms. It is a pretty good bike and I think you should opt for the FI one. I see many posts regarding the carb tuning and setting going wrong/improper. The Bike is quite smooth and gives a consistent average of 35-38KMPL. One thing I recommend is buying a chain lube and using it atleast once in 2 weeks. This should keep the bike running smooth. Also, I feel it helps if you use Speed/Power petrol. I was using only Speed most of the time and could feel the difference in the running of 160. Although I don't feel any difference with RTR200, but I still use Speed.

    Let me know if you have any specific queries.
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    Hey guys, posting after a long time. Had a query. My bike has run around 27k kms and the headlamp conked off today. Can you guys suggest a good bulb mainly for city usage. I'm a bit tight on budget.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manash Roy View Post
    Hey guys, posting after a long time. Had a query. My bike has run around 27k kms and the headlamp conked off today. Can you guys suggest a good bulb mainly for city usage. I'm a bit tight on budget.
    Thanks in advance.
    Stock bulb cost you 150 bucks or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvinthkmr View Post
    It's highly unlikely, I enquired about it at a local dealership who've began rolling out the new model. The guy himself had no idea whether it's possible. It's still unclear.

    But keeping in mind, the crash detection system, G-Force monitor, race track stats etc I believe there's a lot of sensors at play in the new system. So even if it's upgradeable it'll probably be a costly affair.

    Maybe a tweet to TVS might fetch an appropriate answer to your question, they're quite responsive to user complaints & queries there.
    It might be possible to swap the speed-o-meter and get all the benefit of the XConnect, as everything is done via Bluetooth.

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    Default Re: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Ownership Experience

    Twice in one year, my battery has died on me out of the blue in the morning. I ride my bike everyday on weekdays. At any rate, it does not go beyond two days without being ridden. The first time this happened, I got the alternator and the battery checked. Both were fine. Charged the battery and it worked fine. Anyone else faced the same issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone_wolf7508 View Post
    Twice in one year, my battery has died on me out of the blue in the morning. I ride my bike everyday on weekdays. At any rate, it does not go beyond two days without being ridden. The first time this happened, I got the alternator and the battery checked. Both were fine. Charged the battery and it worked fine. Anyone else faced the same issue?
    I think fault is in your battery. If alternator have issue or misbehaving then you must have faced this frequently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arunachalam View Post
    Personally I would choose Shell, as I have more trust on it. I've been using Shell on all my bikes through out the ages, and It's done wonders for me on longer run.
    Bro my bike engine is overheating too much when i changed from tvs oil to shell advance ultra 10w40. Apache 160 4v which is nearly 15 months old and did about 6000kms odo readings.i got the doubt about originality of the shell oil and cross checked the bottle it is original shell advance ultra.but my bikes engine is overheating too much even when i travel less than 10 kms. The heat from the engine is felt too much on my legs. This issue started after i put shell to my engine, before for tvs oil the engine was also heating but it was not to this huge extent.
    I also have the doubt that this shell can manage the heat so that my engine could be good for long duration????
    I also noticed one thing after the shell oil is poured into my engine gear shifts became very very smooth the only major problem is engine heating tooo much.my idle rpm of bike is 1000rpm. does this oil also making heating issues in your bike 200 4v ??? Is there any tips for less heating of my 160 4v??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannu View Post
    Bro my bike engine is overheating too much when i changed from tvs oil to shell advance ultra 10w40. Apache 160 4v which is nearly 15 months old and did about 6000kms odo readings.i got the doubt about originality of the shell oil and cross checked the bottle it is original shell advance ultra.but my bikes engine is overheating too much even when i travel less than 10 kms. The heat from the engine is felt too much on my legs. This issue started after i put shell to my engine, before for tvs oil the engine was also heating but it was not to this huge extent.
    I also have the doubt that this shell can manage the heat so that my engine could be good for long duration????
    I also noticed one thing after the shell oil is poured into my engine gear shifts became very very smooth the only major problem is engine heating tooo much.my idle rpm of bike is 1000rpm. does this oil also making heating issues in your bike 200 4v ??? Is there any tips for less heating of my 160 4v??
    Hi, I don't have any issues with the engine oil. I don't think it's engine oil that causes heat, please check with your mechanic for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannu View Post
    Bro my bike engine is overheating too much when i changed from tvs oil to shell advance ultra 10w40. Apache 160 4v which is nearly 15 months old and did about 6000kms odo readings.i got the doubt about originality of the shell oil and cross checked the bottle it is original shell advance ultra.but my bikes engine is overheating too much even when i travel less than 10 kms. The heat from the engine is felt too much on my legs. This issue started after i put shell to my engine, before for tvs oil the engine was also heating but it was not to this huge extent.
    I also have the doubt that this shell can manage the heat so that my engine could be good for long duration????
    I also noticed one thing after the shell oil is poured into my engine gear shifts became very very smooth the only major problem is engine heating tooo much.my idle rpm of bike is 1000rpm. does this oil also making heating issues in your bike 200 4v ??? Is there any tips for less heating of my 160 4v??
    It’s normal. Even I felt the same. Nothing is wrong with the oil and engine. The oil doesn’t have much heat absorbing tendency. Also we have oil cooler and ram air assist for cooling. Nothing to worry.

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