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  • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

    Originally posted by arjunb25 View Post
    Here is my leakage well it is not as I was thinking sharing some snaps for you all. It is the extra liquid coming out from the chain spray extra. Thank god.
    Have you tried to open cover and check it carefully ? I can see oil drop exactly on side stand joint, it may not coming from chain sprocket, it look like coming from other parts inside cover, not to increase your worry but advice you to open side cover with gear shift sticker and check if not already done. BTW your bike need a full wash too

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    • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

      Originally posted by Parimal_ajudiya View Post
      Have you tried to open cover and check it carefully ? I can see oil drop exactly on side stand joint, it may not coming from chain sprocket, it look like coming from other parts inside cover, not to increase your worry but advice you to open side cover with gear shift sticker and check if not already done. BTW your bike need a full wash too
      Yes checked and verified. Yeah it needs a wash I know but I don't get it clean normally as I feel there are some places where water gets stored and start creating problems. But I will after some time maybe after raininy season is over. More over the bike will be parked for sometime as I am going abroad. Shall be helping my brothers out there with all the past history I have on 2 wheelers. All the best and thanks.
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      • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

        Originally posted by arjunb25 View Post
        Yes checked and verified. Yeah it needs a wash I know but I don't get it clean normally as I feel there are some places where water gets stored and start creating problems. But I will after some time maybe after raininy season is over. More over the bike will be parked for sometime as I am going abroad. Shall be helping my brothers out there with all the past history I have on 2 wheelers. All the best and thanks.
        Water will dry out in few hours after wash and it will not create any problems, but if you keep dust and other dirt on bike longer, it will start rusting and paint damage because dirt from streets having many types of chemicals on it and it keeping it longer will damage paint first and then you know...

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        • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

          Anyone with pillion backrest on street version ?

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          • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

            Originally posted by arjunb25 View Post
            Saw the new color today. Not bad it is not a mat finish one its paint.
            Looks fresh. The color scheme is not that bad but seeing it daily one might get board.
            this color scheme reminds me of Enticer Click image for larger version

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            • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

              Originally posted by akkudreamz View Post
              this color scheme reminds me of Enticer [ATTACH]211147[/ATTACH]
              Yes and what I really miss is the foot pegs of the front side. Really if bajaj would have brought something like that then they would have nailed it. Plus not to forget then tubeless tyres.
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              • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                If anyone have installed pillion backrest on avenger street then please upload pictures, it will be very helpful for me because I also wish to get it done but bajaj asc guys told me to wait for a month if I order parts today, and I wish to get clear look of it before its done, please help guys

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                • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                  Originally posted by Aniruddha Shinde View Post
                  Are the spares for Avenger Cruise available now.. I am looking for its handlebars from last couple of months to retrofit on my 2012 Avenger 220. Unable to find it.. Can someome confirm about this and price??
                  @bencherian Damn that TVS Rambo looks bada##, do we need to do some adjustment in swingarm for that tyre?? Sorry I am unable to find posts about this. My stock is holding good at 30,000 kms but I am planning ladakh this year, so considering Rambo.
                  Hi,
                  I am new to the group, i have an Avenger 220 and would like to change the handle bar to that of Avenger Cruise. Please let me know if you have managed to get it replaced.

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                  Originally posted by sshariq View Post
                  Just took the delivery of my AVY 220 street after 1st free service - Bill amount RS.498



                  Pillion sitting with saree position feel it comfortable. Only thing missing is the saree guard extended to foot rest.

                  - just checked with Bajaj mechanis about battery diffrence between 4AH and 9AH, he said "just power differnce"

                  - Absence of kick starter just doesnt matter unless you ignore to maintain the battery.
                  Have you seen kick starters in any of the cars? 😆
                  Bike Jerk start is much easier even if the battery dies and you will never get stranded for this reason.

                  - Headlamp is good when compared to many indian bikes. You dont have to worry about it. Light throw is powerful.
                  Yeah, if you compare it with RE 350's light throw its slightly less.

                  - Ignition switch feels great and is just not messy. Yeah, handle lock wil take a bit of practise.
                  Nothing negative.

                  - Spoke to the mechanic about fixing Avy Cruise handle bar to the Avy Street and he said " It can be fixed but cables also wil have to be changed as the cruisen handles are sliglty lengthier." And he went on to say " Cruise back rests can be fixed directly to the street and it costs around 1.5k"
                  Hi,
                  I am looking for Avy Cruse handle bar for my Avy 220, do you happen to know the cost of the change.

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                  • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                    Can I use motul 7100 20w50 on my bike. After a change from moto 4 gold 20w50 where in moto I change the engine oil every 2000 km the charges for this engine oil is 300 rs.
                    What is the price of motul can anyone share with me. Also the recommend note to use this engine oil for 4000 km of 1 year. Odo on my seed is 1700 km in 5 months. Going slow don't want to rush. On it. Just using is very seldomely like 5 km a day. Work load has made me go off road.
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                    • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                      Originally posted by arjunb25 View Post
                      Can I use motul 7100 20w50 on my bike. After a change from moto 4 gold 20w50 where in moto I change the engine oil every 2000 km the charges for this engine oil is 300 rs.
                      What is the price of motul can anyone share with me. Also the recommend note to use this engine oil for 4000 km of 1 year. Odo on my seed is 1700 km in 5 months. Going slow don't want to rush. On it. Just using is very seldomely like 5 km a day. Work load has made me go off road.
                      Don't go for full synthetic oil before the odo clicks 8000-10000 kms. Stick with mineral or semi synthetic types. If you are keen on using motul, then go for 5100 15w50. It is really good for avenger and is semi synthetic type.
                      Price of 7100 - approx 780/-
                      Price of 5100- aprox 570/-
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                      • Re: Bajaj Avenger 220 Street starts giving problem after 3000 km

                        Originally posted by Parimal_ajudiya View Post
                        Never accept oil leakage friend, it is not common, my avy 150 started leaking oil near gear shift knob in engine, got it checked and service center guys found that oil was leaking from natural gear sensor in output shaft cover, get it fixed and maintain proper oil level. I strongly advice to get your gear shift problem fixed or you will endup with bad and noisy gear box.

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                        Little advice from personal experience, in avenger many people complaints about rear shock absorber and very bumpy ride for pillion, remedy is maintain tyre pressure of 23 psi front and 26 psi rear, it will not affect economy and enjoy butter smooth ride and best grip on road, I love the sound come from rear tyre on highway . Just changed oil to mogul 5100 15w50, improved gear shifting and smoother engine.

                        Thanks for inputs, my second servicing is due now, i will highlight the oil leakage issue to Bajaj service center as well. Lets see what they can do.

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                        Originally posted by arjunb25 View Post
                        I think I am also facing this problem shared the snap too. But when I got it checked it is not from there rather it was comming from the chain side. I will share some snaps tom then you decide. Also can you share some snaps if you have. Gear knob means from where. I am unable to understand this.
                        Also thanks for the information very useful.
                        That's exactly situation for me as well, too much oil on chain, it is coming from chain side. Will highlight it to Bajaj service center, as my 2nd servicing is due now. I will update whats happen afterwards, Also If you able to solve the problem please share the information. Thanks.

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                        • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                          Open front sprocket cover, all this mystery are hiding there

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                          • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                            Originally posted by Parimal_ajudiya View Post
                            Open front sprocket cover, all this mystery are hiding there
                            +1 to that.
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                            • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                              Originally posted by Parimal_ajudiya View Post
                              Open front sprocket cover, all this mystery are hiding there.
                              Originally posted by AbhiAvvy13 View Post
                              +1 to that.
                              Already done. Everything looked ok. The final verdict was the chain lube. But somewhere down the line even I think that I use motul chain lube then how come so much of oil can come. But now I see it has stopped since a while. But tom I have to lube the chain again hence we shall see if it happens again. Shall update you but positively there is nothing to do with the hidden truth of the front cover as I have already got the rubbers changed in the first place itself. Nothing to do with that.

                              Originally posted by nil152 View Post
                              Thanks for inputs, my second servicing is due now, i will highlight the oil leakage issue to Bajaj service center as well. Lets see what they can do.

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                              All the best brother shall be looking forward. Good luck with your second service. As I am over with my 3 services now relaxing.
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                              • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                                Found this in Bajaj Avenger FB Page.
                                This guy has fixed cruise handle bars to his old Avy 220.
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