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    Default Re: Hero Moto Splendor/Joy/CD-Dawn/Passion

    Changed friction plates on the Splendor.

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    Surprisingly even the clutch center nut had regular threads, on my Puslar only the centrifugal filter has regular threads, the clutch center nut is reverse thread.

    You need different special tools to remove both nuts, the center one can be removed with the Puslar type but the centrifugal filter if of a different size, we removed it using a rift and a hammer, Indian style.

    And you really need the clutch holder to remove the center nut, jugads simply failed.

    Friction plates from Bosch costs 100ish and OEM ones cost 300ish, we went for OEM ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinprakas View Post
    Changed friction plates on the Splendor.

    And you really need the clutch holder to remove the center nut, jugads simply failed.

    Friction plates from Bosch costs 100ish and OEM ones cost 300ish, we went for OEM ones.

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    To be completely honest, Bosch plates kept slipping when I first attempted to put them and ride on the Splendor when it was changed at 62K. Switched to OEM packed ones. Not the best around but they get the job done. Also, Makino ones the best from what I have heard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bismaya View Post
    To be completely honest, Bosch plates kept slipping when I first attempted to put them and ride on the Splendor when it was changed at 62K. Switched to OEM packed ones. Not the best around but they get the job done. Also, Makino ones the best from what I have heard.
    Makino used in Splendor really works optimally as per its reputation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dumb0 View Post
    Makino used in Splendor really works optimally as per its reputation.
    Yes, true. I wish at times that I should have done it sooner than later.
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    Surprise, surprise. Hero has gone ahead and done it. The 1980's 100cc Honda supercub engine has been upgraded to BS6. Fuel injection with 10 sensors. Negligible powerdrop of some 0.3 ps. Hero motocorp is one unpredictable company. So both the legendary Splendor & India's national 100cc engine is here to stay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MotoMan View Post
    Surprise, surprise. Hero has gone ahead and done it. The 1980's 100cc Honda supercub engine has been upgraded to BS6. Fuel injection with 10 sensors. Negligible powerdrop of some 0.3 ps. Hero motocorp is one unpredictable company. So both the legendary Splendor & India's national 100cc engine is here to stay.
    And the Uncles will continue to buy it. Looks like there's no real death for this wonderful engine.
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    Kick Starter slips in cold mornings. Is it indicating at a change of starting gear of Splendor ?

    Or should a change of clutch & pressure plates should do the needful.

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    Friends, need a help. Last night as I was riding on my CD Deluxe, rode through a patch of rough road (nothing big just small undulations) and the headlights went out.

    So I stopped, turned off the light and on again, now it came up but with very feeble light. So I turn off the bike and realized that it’s just not the headlights that all battery connected accessories were either not working or working anemically - self start button, horn, turn lights, headlights, tail light, console light, fuel meter everything

    I suspect that due to the rough road, the battery wire got loose or something? I believe the battery is still good as it was perfectly fine without issues until last night. Any other issues it could be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yieldway17 View Post
    Friends, need a help. Last night as I was riding on my CD Deluxe, rode through a patch of rough road (nothing big just small undulations) and the headlights went out.

    So I stopped, turned off the light and on again, now it came up but with very feeble light. So I turn off the bike and realized that it’s just not the headlights that all battery connected accessories were either not working or working anemically - self start button, horn, turn lights, headlights, tail light, console light, fuel meter everything

    I suspect that due to the rough road, the battery wire got loose or something? I believe the battery is still good as it was perfectly fine without issues until last night. Any other issues it could be?
    Kindly check the neutral lines

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    Quote Originally Posted by yieldway17 View Post
    Friends, need a help. Last night as I was riding on my CD Deluxe, rode through a patch of rough road (nothing big just small undulations) and the headlights went out.

    So I stopped, turned off the light and on again, now it came up but with very feeble light. So I turn off the bike and realized that it’s just not the headlights that all battery connected accessories were either not working or working anemically - self start button, horn, turn lights, headlights, tail light, console light, fuel meter everything

    I suspect that due to the rough road, the battery wire got loose or something? I believe the battery is still good as it was perfectly fine without issues until last night. Any other issues it could be?
    Check the connections. Also, how old is your battery? On an average a regularly used bike with a battery lasts some 2 to 3 years. Headlight should work without battery since it's powered by the magnet/alternator. Unless you have a DC CDI the luminosity of headlight shouldn't be affected. What model Deluxe do you have?
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