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  • Originally posted by burninrubbr View Post
    Guys a little help needed
    can anybody help me the the 250R's booking amount ? how much is it ? how much is the waiting period if I book the bike tomorrow ? and can I book it on my name (I'm 18 btw ) ?
    Booking amount is 40K as stated by fellow riders, bike's available within a week in Delhi, so waiting period is not what it used to be
    Last edited by GuRpReEt SiNgH; 10-04-2010, 02:16 PM. Reason: correction of error
    GuRpReEt SiNgH

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    • thanks everyone and yes I do have a vaild license got it day before
      The only thing standing in your way, the ONLY thing you can count on, at any given time.. Is YOU

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      • Originally posted by GuRpReEt SiNgH View Post
        Booking amount is 40K as stated by fellow riders, bike's available within a week in Delhi, so waiting period is not what it used to be
        it's more than 3 months here at the New Bombay Probiking Showroom when i last checked.
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        • ^^ xionite: I had read somewhere that the waiting period has come down to 1 week !
          The only thing standing in your way, the ONLY thing you can count on, at any given time.. Is YOU

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          • Bangalore waiting period is 4 days, and that too for registration. So it literally means off the shelf!
            Quench my thirst with gasoline!

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            • possible... i had inquired about 6 weeks ago...

              with the year end coming up.. and all these speculated big-bike launches...

              quite possible.
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              • So, how many Ninja have been sold by Bajaj till now? Any idea?

                There may not be any alternative to it in its fully faired form, but it seems the viability of this product at this price point seems questionable, if not impossible now with these new proposed launches. Also, Bajaj (for KTM products )and Yamaha won't sit quietly for too long.

                What is the total sale of Ninja so far?
                The Original CBZ

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                • Originally posted by burninrubbr View Post
                  ^^ xionite: I had read somewhere that the waiting period has come down to 1 week !
                  Check with PBK Guys for waiting period. By the way where do you stay at Mulund I am also from Mulund

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                  • Hi Guys, I had a small accident today ...some lady learning to drive a car rear-ended the bike. I lost balance and fell on the right side. At first glance the damage is
                    1) Rear brake lever damaged (rear brake not functioning now)
                    2) indicators on the right side damaged, will need to be replaced. The light on the console doesn't blink when the right side indicator is activated
                    3) Tail panel on the right side damaged...
                    4) exhaust and faring have scratches.

                    Any idea how much will fixing 1, 2 and 3 cost? Planning to take the bike to PBK tomorrow...hopefully there is no other damage...

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                    • Originally posted by harikeshpk View Post
                      check your front tyre air pressure and adjust a little. other option are all with PBK, that,s they have filled more oil than what is required, the forks will be hard. better to have a PBK check.
                      Thanks.Checked the tyre pressure. It was normal.

                      Originally posted by tibby View Post
                      Sounds too early for a fork oil topup!! Anyways, if I'm not wrong, it takes some kms before the stiffness disappears. I faced some stiffness when I got the fork oil changed on my R15. But it vanished after a hundred kms.

                      Also, since they changed the fork oil, it could also be due to a loose steering (nut), if you feel some looseness on the front when just entering a pothole/ hump?
                      I had this issue until Friday, but got the steering tightened in yesterday's service of my R15. Its perfecto now.
                      I will wait for a few more kms to see if the issue resolves itself. Thanks.

                      Originally posted by gd76 View Post
                      COULD be Excess fork oil.

                      CHEERS,
                      G D
                      I hope not

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                      • Originally posted by gouravkatyal View Post
                        Hi Guys, I had a small accident today ...some lady learning to drive a car rear-ended the bike. I lost balance and fell on the right side. At first glance the damage is
                        1) Rear brake lever damaged (rear brake not functioning now)
                        2) indicators on the right side damaged, will need to be replaced. The light on the console doesn't blink when the right side indicator is activated
                        3) Tail panel on the right side damaged...
                        4) exhaust and faring have scratches.

                        Any idea how much will fixing 1, 2 and 3 cost? Planning to take the bike to PBK tomorrow...hopefully there is no other damage...
                        Sorry to hear that buddy! That hurts. PBK will give you an estimate for 100% replacement of parts no matter however small, so be careful not to opt for that. Just get your tail cover (around Rs. 4000), right indicator and rear brake lever fixed, that will keep your costs low.

                        What is the extent of the fairing damage? If it is only scratches, go for paint touch-up instead of replacement. I forgot - do you have a green or a black Ninja? If it is a green, I can help you with a small DIY job with an exact lime green paint match. But only if it is a small area.

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                        • Originally posted by gouravkatyal View Post
                          Hi Guys, I had a small accident today ...some lady learning to drive a car rear-ended the bike. I lost balance and fell on the right side. At first glance the damage is
                          1) Rear brake lever damaged (rear brake not functioning now)
                          2) indicators on the right side damaged, will need to be replaced. The light on the console doesn't blink when the right side indicator is activated
                          3) Tail panel on the right side damaged...
                          4) exhaust and faring have scratches.

                          Any idea how much will fixing 1, 2 and 3 cost? Planning to take the bike to PBK tomorrow...hopefully there is no other damage...
                          Sorry to hear that. I only know about these parts.

                          Indicators : Rs. 1290/- (The non-blinking is normal. Once you replace the indicator, it will start blinking again)

                          The gear lever was Rs.2200/- odd, so the brake pedal must be in the same range. What kind of damage on the brake pedal? Warped? Bent? Broken?

                          The lady should have 3rd party insurance (atleast), which should pay for your damages.

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                          • Originally posted by bluevolt View Post
                            Sorry to hear that buddy! That hurts. PBK will give you an estimate for 100% replacement of parts no matter however small, so be careful not to opt for that. Just get your tail cover (around Rs. 4000), right indicator and rear brake lever fixed, that will keep your costs low.

                            What is the extent of the fairing damage? If it is only scratches, go for paint touch-up instead of replacement. I forgot - do you have a green or a black Ninja? If it is a green, I can help you with a small DIY job with an exact lime green paint match. But only if it is a small area.
                            Thanks bluevolt... I have a black one, and the scratches are pretty minor so I can live with not getting a replacement... I just hope the electricals are not screwed up... will PM you to get help with the touch up..

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                            • Originally posted by Hyperion View Post
                              Sorry to hear that. I only know about these parts.

                              Indicators : Rs. 1290/- (The non-blinking is normal. Once you replace the indicator, it will start blinking again)

                              The gear lever was Rs.2200/- odd, so the brake pedal must be in the same range. What kind of damage on the brake pedal? Warped? Bent? Broken?

                              The lady should have 3rd party insurance (atleast), which should pay for your damages.
                              Thanks for the info... the break pedal isn't really bent but is free from it's mounting I think... didn't check what exactly is broken..

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                              • I hope the lady is paying up for the parts ! Or the driving school she was driving for !
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                                when i ride bullet before my bullet was solid condition but i once race with a Ceilo car and my engine size. mechancic say bullet is good bike but no racing. it is good for three people and very powerful.
                                one day when i become rich i but ducati and then I race with cars. not now.
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                                IF you're at all going to be a respectable rider one day, leave your pride at the "door."

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