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Poll: Are you Happy with Sales/Service Of Honda

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil18 View Post
    *The previous owner really didn't service the bike.
    Also, where i get my bike serviced those guys don't really have any solution to my average problem.
    They always say, 'your spark plug is white,avg. Should be 45+'.
    As i completed 2000 kms since last oil change i went to my service center and asked him to check it, he put it on his nail and got a dark brown kind of colour. He said it will ne okay till next 500 kms.
    I am still wondering how can my bike go without oil change for 2500 kms..it sounds wrong.
    Also, if everything is correct and still my bike is not giving me good mileage then what more can be done? I decided to go economy for some time, i filled my tank to the brim and rode for 200 kms without going above 60kmph and then after filling my tank again i checked the milage...32!!!!
    That's like really low...better i ride the way i want and get 36.
    Today the mechanic did some setting using the rpm and i think the afr screw but he put the idling rpm at 1k which is too low and hence my engine keeps switching off!
    Local mechanics will do some weird things like setting the idle RPM low for increasing the mileage, which won't give any result but engine getting switched off now and then.
    Adjust the RPM back to 1400-1500 when engine is hot.
    If your bike's first owner didn't do any service periodically, you shouldn't have bought it in the first place. Check if the engine is in good condition by doing compression test in an authorised service center.
    Laos, you may post the speed at a specific RPM in top gear, so other members can confirm. This will help to understand if there is any clutch issue.

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    Default Re: Honda Unicorn

    Everything else with the bike is good except the average.
    And yes,i will post the rpm corresponding speed in some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil18 View Post
    Everything else with the bike is good except the average.
    And yes,i will post the rpm corresponding speed in some time.
    Bringing the average back to normal is not easy, for now all you can do is change spark plug and air filter, check tappet settings, if none of these help then its the problem with the internal engine.

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    Hello guys i was surprised to see a white brand new unicorn yes PEARL WHITE colour i spotted i was driving so could not click pic
    It was brand new and not modded as it had TC number and all WRAPPING we get while bike is new

    I am curious to see some more colours

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    Quote Originally Posted by asn39 View Post
    Hello guys i was surprised to see a white brand new unicorn yes PEARL WHITE colour i spotted i was driving so could not click pic
    It was brand new and not modded as it had TC number and all WRAPPING we get while bike is new

    I am curious to see some more colours
    May be you saw the new Unicorn 160 which just got launched today!

    http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/news/308...ml#post1118983

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    Quote Originally Posted by SatSon View Post
    May be you saw the new Unicorn 160 which just got launched today!

    http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/news/308...ml#post1118983
    No buddy i will try hunting that... white unicorn its the same cb unicorn as i drive so cant be a mistake
    i spotted in mira road area in thane and i think new unicorn will take some time to be seen on roads of mumbai
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    I've seen a lot of white unicorns here in Bangalore, some with aweful paint jobs and some done better than stock paint.
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    Hello fellas i have been using this shiner since long and just wanted to share that after u apply it feels like teflon coating it makes every part shine i have also been using on activa its a good product for price of just 150 rs i got it from local shops
    You can use on home appliances as well to shine them yes it does work
    Just one caution do not use water as water remove its effects
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    Quote Originally Posted by asn39 View Post
    Hello fellas i have been using this shiner since long and just wanted to share that after u apply it feels like teflon coating it makes every part shine i have also been using on activa its a good product for price of just 150 rs i got it from local shops
    You can use on home appliances as well to shine them yes it does work
    Just one caution do not use water as water remove its effects
    Is it foam based?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankur2smart View Post
    Is it foam based?

    Sent from my Nexus 4 using xBhp Connect mobile app
    It does create foam but after applying it i use soft cloth and keep rubbing on tank then after rubbing cloth few times the tank gets shiny and so slippery meaning the spray working properly

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