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    Guys Suggest me a good disk brake pads for rear brake for hunk

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtremecbz View Post
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    Awesome bike and awesome helmet!

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    Guys Suggest me a good disk brake pads for rear brake for hunk
    The Nissin ones from Hero itself are really good, they bite very well. A little pricey though. 1200 odd for the set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwin.terminator View Post
    The Nissin ones from Hero itself are really good, they bite very well. A little pricey though. 1200 odd for the set.
    Yeah Bro but its too costly ,any other like KBX avail in JC road?
    paying 1200 for just 5000Km is not a good idea!!! so thinking to go for cheap so that i can change it during every service.

    One guy from spare parts showroom told that R15 KBX make pads will fit to Hunk rear disk!!
    I don't know whether that will fit or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imran Syed View Post
    Yeah Bro but its too costly ,any other like KBX avail in JC road?
    paying 1200 for just 5000Km is not a good idea!!! so thinking to go for cheap so that i can change it during every service.

    One guy from spare parts showroom told that R15 KBX make pads will fit to Hunk rear disk!!
    I don't know whether that will fit or not.
    Bro i have just changed with ASK it costed me only and only 60 rs. but not feeling any changes yet but driven only 10-20 kms let see if some positive changes comes.

    If you will try the R15 pads please let me know the response from them.
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    Kbx pads can be bought below 300rs , they have better bite , make sure you get asbestos one , they are cheap and better , but its dust is carcinogenic . Pads need bit of time to show their effect

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    Here is the way to decode the Engine number to find out the manufacturing date Of Xtreme.
    Suppose the engine number is XXXXEEYZXYYYYY
    Y is Year of manufacture
    X Is the month of manufacture.(Here the X refers to the one after Z)
    Z is the location of assembly plant.
    XXXXEE is Engine description
    YYYYY is the serial Number.

    Year :
    A = 2010
    B = 2011
    C = 2012
    D = 2013
    E = 2014
    F = 2015
    and so on.


    Month :

    A = JAN
    B = FEB
    C = MAR
    D = APR
    E = MAY
    F = JUN
    G = JUL
    H = AUG
    J = SEP
    K = OCT
    L = NOV
    M = DEC


    Plant codes :
    G=GURGAON
    D=DHARUHERA
    H=HARIDWAR

    MY Xtreme's Engine code read as
    XXXXEEDGBYYYYY(Other characters blanked out due to security reasons) which means that it is manufactured in February 2013.
    G means it was assembled in Gurgaon.

    The other way to check out the exact manufacturing date is from a VIN sticker on the rear number-plate. If one finds this sticker missing/Or a TR sticker stuck on top of this, then the bike is surely from an old stock as the dealer is hiding this VIN sticker from you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shoeb2015 View Post
    Here is the way to decode the Engine number to find out the manufacturing date Of Xtreme.
    Suppose the engine number is XXXXEEYZXYYYYY
    Y is Year of manufacture
    X Is the month of manufacture.(Here the X refers to the one after Z)
    Z is the location of assembly plant.
    XXXXEE is Engine description
    YYYYY is the serial Number.

    Year :
    A = 2010
    B = 2011
    C = 2012
    D = 2013
    E = 2014
    F = 2015
    and so on.


    Month :

    A = JAN
    B = FEB
    C = MAR
    D = APR
    E = MAY
    F = JUN
    G = JUL
    H = AUG
    J = SEP
    K = OCT
    L = NOV
    M = DEC


    Plant codes :
    G=GURGAON
    D=DHARUHERA
    H=HARIDWAR

    MY Xtreme's Engine code read as
    XXXXEEDGBYYYYY(Other characters blanked out due to security reasons) which means that it is manufactured in February 2013.
    G means it was assembled in Gurgaon.

    The other way to check out the exact manufacturing date is from a VIN sticker on the rear number-plate. If one finds this sticker missing/Or a TR sticker stuck on top of this, then the bike is surely from an old stock as the dealer is hiding this VIN sticker from you.
    Slight OT.

    Is the code similar for other bikes in the stable too? You know what I'm hinting at!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divya Sharan View Post
    Slight OT.

    Is the code similar for other bikes in the stable too? You know what I'm hinting at!
    I am not sure but it must be the same for all hero Bikes.
    Can you check the "MOTORCYCLE IDENTIFICATION"section in the owner's manual and report back ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoeb2015 View Post
    I am not sure but it must be the same for all hero Bikes.
    Can you check the "MOTORCYCLE IDENTIFICATION"section in the owner's manual and report back ?
    Will do once I return home from this teeny weeny cubicle of mine.

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