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  • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

    Hi friends,
    Can anybody confirm about the highlighted tool in the image. Is it still supplied with the new avengers?
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      Hi ther,
      From your problem, i think its very small problem (I may be wrong!).
      1) Your idle speed is too less
      2) Your carburetor setting is wrong.
      3) There is vacum problem in your fuel tank. ( its its true then you will feel jerks while on speed more than 60km/hr, do you?)
      4) Your tappet setting needs adjustment (by mechanic).

      for problem 1- try increasing iddle speed by rotating knob (big round screw) when engine is running on main stand.
      for problem 2- tune your carburetor by mechanic or yourself if you are experience.
      for problem 3 - ride with fuel tank cap open and see if engine kills.
      for problem 4 - get your tappet setting don by mechanic.

      I think you are facing this issue only your engine is freshly ridden (morning time etc) and hot engine wont kill itself.

      try all of these and let me know .

      visit my YT channel for more info on avenger mods: "RiderKK"
      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd3...X3GzfIk_uL_YJg









      Originally posted by arjunb25 View Post
      Today again I went to the work shop as the problem is still there, this time the mechanics of bajaj (hamara bajaj ) started checking all the wires of the bike could not get anything out of it. Not to forget my battery was giving me a problem previously with an indication lights on the tank hence I got a new battery put of Exide battery, thinking that the problem might get over but sorry boss this time the problem also came without lights being on.
      Now it is coming with both light on and off.
      Then I went back to the workshop as they were waiting for me.then they went ahead of getting the (co testing). Wow Seriously ok no issues the guy went and saw that the problem has gone. Then I went and yes the problem was not there came back home with a .
      In the evening thought of going for a ride well hello the problem is back now I am wondering what is the problem.

      Earlier I had installed remote lock on the bike as a safety kind of a thing now it is not there but this problem is. Not to forget no wires were cut which has already been confirmed by bajaj in written, also I am suspecting the cdi unit to be at fault here which is my second line of action to check and rule this one out too. If not then what is the cause of the problem guys anyone out there who can guide me will be of much help here.

      ok if u all are getting confused here the problem is simple imagine you are on the 4th gear at a speed of say 55 km/hr either with light on or off, then you press the clutch completely leaving the accelerator down let her role then you will notice in a flick of second the bike engine will be killed and the battery light shall come up on the tank and also u can check this by giving some throttle which is already dead. But as u disengage the clutch the bike will come to life again. This problem is like coming in lower gear's and rpm also at the moment like for instance I was riding and was getting close to a red light ahead so I depressed the clutch to bring my bike to neutral here the speed for like 30 km/hr, which I normally do and I realized that the engine got killed. Now this problem is something which I have personally never experience before so I thought of sharing it with you all over here hoping that I might get some answers, help from you all.

      Hoping and looking forward for an updated for the same.
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      Originally posted by vrnmhjn View Post
      Hi friends,
      Can anybody confirm about the highlighted tool in the image. Is it still supplied with the new avengers?
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      its suspension tightening tool, you can adjust height and rigidity of your suspension by this tool.

      -riderKK
      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd3...X3GzfIk_uL_YJg

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      Originally posted by Anmolk1 View Post
      Hello people, i want to discuss a modification possibility with you guys, please provide your valuable inputs.
      I plan to remove all the rear panels, the grab handle setup, the rear underseat panel, and then go to an open back single seater option, as for the awkwardness of the frame sticking out, i plan to chop it off till the end where the suspension is positioned. I also plan on fabricating a home made metal tyre hugging fender to achieve a bobber kind of look.
      My next idea is to remove the suspension setup and replace it with a street 750 stock suspension setup which seems relatively easy to get done because it is bolt on.
      This probably will get me more of the frame to chop off and would be more tilted towards the front for possibly extra comfort and freedom of "where to position it on the bike" decision...

      Again, i dont know much about the technicalities of the two wheeler system as i am a rookie learner, but i do like to come up with ideas.

      Thanks for listening.
      Go ahead bro! but think before you act on cutting chassis as its irreversible so cut that in end.

      -RiderKK

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      Originally posted by Anmolk1 View Post
      Hello people, i want to discuss a modification possibility with you guys, please provide your valuable inputs.
      I plan to remove all the rear panels, the grab handle setup, the rear underseat panel, and then go to an open back single seater option, as for the awkwardness of the frame sticking out, i plan to chop it off till the end where the suspension is positioned. I also plan on fabricating a home made metal tyre hugging fender to achieve a bobber kind of look.
      My next idea is to remove the suspension setup and replace it with a street 750 stock suspension setup which seems relatively easy to get done because it is bolt on.
      This probably will get me more of the frame to chop off and would be more tilted towards the front for possibly extra comfort and freedom of "where to position it on the bike" decision...

      Again, i dont know much about the technicalities of the two wheeler system as i am a rookie learner, but i do like to come up with ideas.

      Thanks for listening.
      Go ahead bro! but think before you act on cutting chassis as its irreversible so cut that in end.

      -RiderKK

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      • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

        Originally posted by Golden Cat View Post


        its suspension tightening tool, you can adjust height and rigidity of your suspension by this tool.

        -RiderKK
        Thanks for letting me know! But I have asked different question. This is what I received with my avenger 220!
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        So I ask again, have they stopped giving that tool, coz I am really in need of it!

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        • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

          Originally posted by vrnmhjn View Post
          Thanks for letting me know! But I have asked different question. This is what I received with my avenger 220!
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          So I ask again, have they stopped giving that tool, coz I am really in need of it!

          oh, that tool? Bajaj stopped giving that tool and its not available in most of the shops that i searched.
          So used plyer to adjust


          -RiderKK

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          • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

            Installation of Hazard indicators switch

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            • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

              1 month review of avenger 220 street ownership (2nd hand😂)

              Bike is very comfortable on highways. Did 200 km yesterday @ 80 kmph. but didn't feel much of tiredness. Pickup is pretty good on 4th and 5th gear. Post 70 kmph, feels like stretching the engine. Vibration steps in after 85. Don't recommend driving above 80.

              Mileage seems to be a mystery. (Reserve to reserve) Did 202 Kms with 5.65 L petrol - 36 kmpl. Today did 146 km with 2.65 L - 54 kmpl. God knows what's wrong with the fuel gauge.

              So far happy with ride quality.

              Odometer/trip meter reset button fell off or stolen. Asked bajaj service and they told me that the button is not available. Need to buy new meter for it @ 2700.😱😱

              Can I get the meter reset button somewhere?
              Will the meter go bad of water gets inside through the hole?

              Thanks

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              • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                Originally posted by Aaesha Zia View Post
                1 month review of avenger 220 street ownership (2nd hand������)

                Bike is very comfortable on highways. Did 200 km yesterday @ 80 kmph. but didn't feel much of tiredness. Pickup is pretty good on 4th and 5th gear. Post 70 kmph, feels like stretching the engine. Vibration steps in after 85. Don't recommend driving above 80.

                Mileage seems to be a mystery. (Reserve to reserve) Did 202 Kms with 5.65 L petrol - 36 kmpl. Today did 146 km with 2.65 L - 54 kmpl. God knows what's wrong with the fuel gauge.

                So far happy with ride quality.

                Odometer/trip meter reset button fell off or stolen. Asked bajaj service and they told me that the button is not available. Need to buy new meter for it @ 2700.������������

                Can I get the meter reset button somewhere?
                Will the meter go bad of water gets inside through the hole?


                Thanks
                Hi, happy that you are set with Avenger.
                Regarding Reset button, its not available anywhere, you have to buy new meter. Or seal that part with something because water will damage meter.



                -RiderKK

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                • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                  Go ahead bro! but think before you act on cutting chassis as its irreversible so cut that in end.

                  -RiderKK

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                  Go ahead bro! but think before you act on cutting chassis as its irreversible so cut that in end.

                  -RiderKK[/QUOTE]

                  Thanks for listening and motivation sir RiderKK, but what if i cut the chassis part and then get it back up with a screw set up like the harleys have, could that work, i mean it looks good on paper though, and thats what many harleys are using for the rear fender panel and rear seat setup.
                  I dont know how to post a picture to show the idea...
                  But it would get both jobs done and i like the way that that part of the frame is just a bolt on extension in the big bikes, for easy convertion.

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                  • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions


                    Thanks for listening and motivation sir RiderKK, but what if i cut the chassis part and then get it back up with a screw set up like the harleys have, could that work, i mean it looks good on paper though, and thats what many harleys are using for the rear fender panel and rear seat setup.
                    I dont know how to post a picture to show the idea...
                    But it would get both jobs done and i like the way that that part of the frame is just a bolt on extension in the big bikes, for easy convertion.[/QUOTE]


                    Hi, There is no harm in cutting chassis, but screw setup wont be possible (at least not easy) as its round pipe section chassis at the rear end.You cannot redo it by screw arrangement.
                    That is not point now as you are going for single seater. Start the work, you can whatsap me on 9892175121


                    -RiderKK
                    Youtube

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                    • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                      Originally posted by Golden Cat View Post
                      [B]Hi ther,
                      From your problem, i think its very small problem (I may be wrong!).
                      1) Your idle speed is too less
                      2) Your carburetor setting is wrong.
                      3) There is vacum problem in your fuel tank. ( its its true then you will feel jerks while on speed more than 60km/hr, do you?)
                      4) Your tappet setting needs adjustment (by mechanic).

                      for problem 1- try increasing iddle speed by rotating knob (big round screw) when engine is running on main stand.
                      for problem 2- tune your carburetor by mechanic or yourself if you are experience.
                      for problem 3 - ride with fuel tank cap open and see if engine kills.
                      for problem 4 - get your tappet setting don by mechanic.

                      I think you are facing this issue only your engine is freshly ridden (morning time etc) and hot engine wont kill itself.

                      try all of these and let me know .
                      Well thank u, Yes the problem was from the Vacuum only. But for this I had to give the bike to the mechanic for a tho-row testing which was done by the works manager and the head mechanic. I had visited the company but could not stay there as there is demolishing happening in my office due to the unforeseen of the road widening taking place in my city too.
                      coming back to the problem yes everything has been solved the bike is running like a butter without any sound and I mean it touch wood on that note. Also there was some noise from the chain which has also gone now coming to the tapit yes it was again opened and the work was done and now there is no more sound coming from there too. Also the bike is running like a brand new machine. By all this happening when I got the bike did not wanted to stop it so went for a short trip on the outskirts of my city which was like a peace and a good time too I had on the beast. Now the Beast is running like what can I say I am speechless righting this also I am so excited cant tell was unable to sleep when the beast was not ok but now seriously touch wood I am so happy anyways thanks for your help which actually worked for me.
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                      • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                        Hello my fellow Avenger brotherhood, hope you all are good.
                        My 220 Street recently crossed 6k mark on the Odometer in 1.5yrs. I was able to get the second service done within 6 months at 2.7k kms.

                        It however skipped my head to get the 3rd service done at 12 months and now I believe my free service expired, and maybe warranty too. ( can someone confirm this ? )

                        Now I recently did an oil change only (motul 5100 as usual). I am wondering what else should I get checked from after market shop in terms of changes etc ?
                        At 6k what are things that need to be changed or checked for inspection and servicing.

                        I do regularly clean my bike and add motul chain lube at each 400-500kms mark.

                        PS : Recently upgraded my helmet and gloves, set me back by 10k. ( MT Revenge and Aspida Pegasus. The Red+Black combinations goes well with my Zeus Airdrift jacket ).
                        Pictures in universal thread section : Riding gear.

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                        Originally posted by Aaesha Zia View Post
                        1 month review of avenger 220 street ownership (2nd hand������)

                        Bike is very comfortable on highways. Did 200 km yesterday @ 80 kmph. but didn't feel much of tiredness. Pickup is pretty good on 4th and 5th gear. Post 70 kmph, feels like stretching the engine. Vibration steps in after 85. Don't recommend driving above 80.

                        Mileage seems to be a mystery. (Reserve to reserve) Did 202 Kms with 5.65 L petrol - 36 kmpl. Today did 146 km with 2.65 L - 54 kmpl. God knows what's wrong with the fuel gauge.

                        So far happy with ride quality.

                        Odometer/trip meter reset button fell off or stolen. Asked bajaj service and they told me that the button is not available. Need to buy new meter for it @ 2700.������������

                        Can I get the meter reset button somewhere?
                        Will the meter go bad of water gets inside through the hole?

                        Thanks
                        Steal it from someone else's bike xD :P . Just kidding, make a mod or something, IMO.
                        And yes the bike feels stressed if you ride beyond 75-80kmph. It's a single cylinder 19bhp engine with longer chain and shorter wheels, so this is expected. This bike could have made a good use of 6th gear, but well...
                        Don't rely on the fuel guage, it's very quirky from my experience. I usually keep 60%+ petrol in my tank so I don't worry about it.
                        Bajaj Avenger Street 220 - (Delhi)
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                        • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                          Hi guys, when i checked carburetor of Old avenger, I found it has Reed switch and TPS Magnet. But new Avengers dont have TPS anymore.
                          Strange but True.

                          This is the old Avenger TPS.
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                          New Avengers dont have this anymore.

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                          • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                            Working principle of TPS switch and reed switch

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                            - RiderKK

                            Visit my Youtube channel :https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd3..._as=subscriber
                            Last edited by Golden Cat; 04-16-2018, 05:18 PM.

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                            • Windshield on bajaj avenger 220 street 2018

                              Hello biker brothers, I'm new here.I just got the Bajaj avenger 220 street (2018) model few days back.I want to install the cruise windshield on it.Went to Bajaj workshop today to get it done, but unfortunately got to know that it can't be fitted on this 2018 model by the service people as the 2018 model has a different headlight assembly etc and I need to get the clamp and all from outside .So now I'm thinking of getting it done from a local mechanic.I want to know whether doing this would void my bike's warranty in any form ?(already asked the service centre guy ,he seemed clueless). And has anyone who owns avenger 2018 model done this and how ?

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                              • Re: Windshield on bajaj avenger 220 street 2018

                                Originally posted by Som B View Post
                                Hello biker brothers, I'm new here.I just got the Bajaj avenger 220 street (2018) model few days back.I want to install the cruise windshield on it.Went to Bajaj workshop today to get it done, but unfortunately got to know that it can't be fitted on this 2018 model by the service people as the 2018 model has a different headlight assembly etc and I need to get the clamp and all from outside .So now I'm thinking of getting it done from a local mechanic.I want to know whether doing this would void my bike's warranty in any form ?(already asked the service centre guy ,he seemed clueless). And has anyone who owns avenger 2018 model done this and how ?

                                Hi, your warranty should not be void by only installing windshield


                                -RiderKK

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