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  • Re: Help urgent... Please reply

    Originally posted by AbhiAvvy13 View Post
    Did you find the solution of your problem brother?
    I went yesterday to baja service and shown the bike... as you said...they changed something related to clutch vibrations are reduced but didn't check speed as it was raining once again and i got drenched (see the paper)...
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    • Re: Help urgent... Please reply

      Originally posted by bencherian View Post
      I went yesterday to baja service and shown the bike... as you said...they changed something related to clutch vibrations are reduced but didn't check speed as it was raining once again and i got drenched (see the paper)...
      This should solve the problem I think. Try to check the speed when possible. One question, how old is your clutch setup?
      Phoenix Came, Saw and Conquer My Heart, Forever...

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      • Re: Help urgent... Please reply

        Originally posted by AbhiAvvy13 View Post
        This should solve the problem I think. Try to check the speed when possible. One question, how old is your clutch setup?
        Dono..i haven't changed since i bought...that means from July 2011... only now changed parts of clutch...
        Once again...special thanks buddy
        Last edited by bencherian; 06-25-2016, 03:13 AM.

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        • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

          Look at this beautiful beast. Everytime I look at Phoenix, everytime I fall in love even deeper.
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          • Re: Help urgent... Please reply

            Originally posted by bencherian View Post
            Dono..i haven't changed since i bought...that means from July 2011... only now changed parts of clutch...
            Once again...special thanks buddy
            Don't thank me bro. We all are here brothers from our passion. Do let us know the feedback the bike is giving now. Happy riding.
            Phoenix Came, Saw and Conquer My Heart, Forever...

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            • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

              Hi Guys, This is Sathish from Bangalore, I have bought Avenger 150 street recently. ODO clocked over 2,500 kms and first service is done.
              I am using CBR 250 for my long rides, Avenger is going to replace Hero Impulse which I have sold recently due to Spares parts availability issue but it was very fun to ride Impulse.
              Now I am using Avenger 150 for my office commute which is around 80kms two way daily. I have noticed that, after 40 kms ride continuously tappet noise is increasing always so valve clearance need to be done I believe. Please tell me any good Bajaj ASC in Bangalore. This is my first Bajaj bike and I have bought it in my hometown which is in Tamilnadu.
              Ride Hard, Stay Safe!
              2012 HONDA CBR 250 R C-ABS
              I really love to ride my motorcycle. When I want to just get away and be myself and clear my head, that's what I do - Kyle Chandler

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              • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                Originally posted by satheez_7 View Post
                Hi Guys, This is Sathish from Bangalore, I have bought Avenger 150 street recently. ODO clocked over 2,500 kms and first service is done.
                I am using CBR 250 for my long rides, Avenger is going to replace Hero Impulse which I have sold recently due to Spares parts availability issue but it was very fun to ride Impulse.
                Now I am using Avenger 150 for my office commute which is around 80kms two way daily. I have noticed that, after 40 kms ride continuously tappet noise is increasing always so valve clearance need to be done I believe. Please tell me any good Bajaj ASC in Bangalore. This is my first Bajaj bike and I have bought it in my hometown which is in Tamilnadu.
                Ride Hard, Stay Safe!
                Wow, you have got two beautiful horses in your stable.
                My one cent- If you are not sure about tappet valve noise, check both the spark plug connection as some people face this issue due to spark plug.
                Hope you solve your problem soon.
                Phoenix Came, Saw and Conquer My Heart, Forever...

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                • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                  Do anyone have idea about how to clean avenger air filter. Should it be washed by kerosene or just blowing air through it is enough. I know p220 air filter is to be washed by kerosene but avenger has a different looking air filter. That's why this confusion. Please reply asap as it is kind of urgent. Thank you.
                  Phoenix Came, Saw and Conquer My Heart, Forever...

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                  • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                    Wash it with kerosene and spary light oil on it then fit it

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                    • Re: Help urgent... Please reply

                      Originally posted by AbhiAvvy13 View Post
                      Don't thank me bro. We all are here brothers from our passion. Do let us know the feedback the bike is giving now. Happy riding.
                      Well quite after Rainy days... i took our avenger for a ride... vibrations are reduced...bike seems more settled...i reached 110km/hr...just like old times!!!

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                      • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                        Originally posted by Parimal_ajudiya View Post
                        Wash it with kerosene and spary light oil on it then fit it
                        Thank you for your response. Will do that.
                        Phoenix Came, Saw and Conquer My Heart, Forever...

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                        • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                          [MENTION=79203]AbhiAvvy13[/MENTION] - Please post the pics of air filter cleaning procedure and where exactly it is located.
                          Also if possible please show me the engine oil drain bolt and where is the oil filter located exactly and how do we clean it.

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                          • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                            Guys, one strange problem I have faced today. I was on highway and doing triple digit and suddenly I closed the throttle. Then again while I gave the throttle the bike didn't respond instantly. It was jerked like coughing for 2-3 times and then it started responding. The jerk was like when fuel is about to go to reserve and the fuel cock is in "On" position. It happened everytime i did step by step the following.
                            Totally opened the throttle-totally closed the throttle- and then reopen the throttle. This happens for the first time.
                            If you guys have any idea about this response lag of accelerator then please help. Thank you.
                            Last edited by AbhiAvvy13; 07-02-2016, 12:24 AM.
                            Phoenix Came, Saw and Conquer My Heart, Forever...

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                            • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                              Originally posted by sshariq View Post
                              [MENTION=79203]AbhiAvvy13[/MENTION] - Please post the pics of air filter cleaning procedure and where exactly it is located.
                              Also if possible please show me the engine oil drain bolt and where is the oil filter located exactly and how do we clean it.
                              Drain nut is shown in the picture. The process of cleaning air filter is done but as I was doing it alone couldn't take photos. I'll post it whenever I get some spare time.
                              Regarding drain nut, it is probably size of 17 and best tool to open it is box wrench.
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                              Phoenix Came, Saw and Conquer My Heart, Forever...

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                              • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                                Originally posted by AbhiAvvy13 View Post
                                Drain nut is shown in the picture. The process of cleaning air filter is done but as I was doing it alone couldn't take photos. I'll post it whenever I get some spare time.
                                Regarding drain nut, it is probably size of 17 and best tool to open it is box wrench.
                                Thanks so much dude!!
                                Do I have clean the oil filter?

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