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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 Owners Experiences

    Quote Originally Posted by tpsan View Post
    I was getting hand-numbing vibrations while riding for a while. Service guy suggested to keep pressure at 22/32.Vibrations greatly reduced after that.The odo still bangs but hand-numbing has gone.
    22/32 is the recommended pressure as per the manual so that's what the service person recommend
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    I saw someone using a double sided plaster to stick console to handle inside that u shaped curve..

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    Hey guys I have swapped the stock silencer and have put the free flow wild boar exhaust. At high speeds the thump is inaudible and unpleasant as there is a grunting sound. At slow speeds it is somewhat audible. Can any one point out a good silencer which should have slow speed thumping sound. I am not looking for loud pipes instead I'm looking for something that's pleasant for the rider as well as for others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikram Vijaykumar View Post
    Hey guys I have swapped the stock silencer and have put the free flow wild boar exhaust. At high speeds the thump is inaudible and unpleasant as there is a grunting sound. At slow speeds it is somewhat audible. Can any one point out a good silencer which should have slow speed thumping sound. I am not looking for loud pipes instead I'm looking for something that's pleasant for the rider as well as for others.
    Heard red roster is great

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    Travelled almost 813 km in past three days.fuel efficiency between 48 to 52 kmpl .Travelling everyday via highway from pcmc in pune to bhor and satara. bike is almost a month and half.Will it deteriorate its conditions.Btw m following the instructions on manual for shifts n speed.What more should I take care of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amey87 View Post
    Heard red roster is great

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    It will put a hole in my pocket I have heard it costs upward of 8k

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadd3m0n View Post
    Travelled almost 813 km in past three days.fuel efficiency between 48 to 52 kmpl .Travelling everyday via highway from pcmc in pune to bhor and satara. bike is almost a month and half.Will it deteriorate its conditions.Btw m following the instructions on manual for shifts n speed.What more should I take care of.
    Guys any input on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadd3m0n View Post
    Travelled almost 813 km in past three days.fuel efficiency between 48 to 52 kmpl .Travelling everyday via highway from pcmc in pune to bhor and satara. bike is almost a month and half.Will it deteriorate its conditions.Btw m following the instructions on manual for shifts n speed.What more should I take care of.
    just need to relax sit back and enjoy the ownership. only thing you need to do mainly is follow, running in procedure properly, which you have said you are. Other than that as a general rule of thumb, spend about 10 mins in cleaning your bike, that way anything out of place, any leaks, rust spots, anything unusual, becomes easy to spot for the rider.

    the newer bikes are not that finicky and also have more warranty. so don't worry. as long as you treat your bike well, it will be good to you too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikram Vijaykumar View Post
    It will put a hole in my pocket I have heard it costs upward of 8k
    Red rooster is the cheapest silencer I have seen with that kind of bass in its thump. The other being khalidaro which costs approx 12k.

    That being said... WHY?? if you want your engine to run smooth and give a descent average post 5 years of its life, I would strongly suggest, stick to the stock silencer...

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