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  • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

    Today I went to probiking Kottayam...they said it's not tappet noise and tighten some cables and all...now seems fine...will post review after some usage

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    • Re: Acceleration problem with my avenger

      Originally posted by AbhiAvvy13 View Post
      Guys, one strange problem I have faced today. I was on highway and doing triple digit speed 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"(i.e. opposite to reserve position) position. It happened today everytime i did step by step the following.
      Opening the throttle and reaching high speed -> 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.
      I had the problem I left it that but then again it happened went to the service station showed them the problem so the opened the carburetor and found out that the fluit pin was the fault which was replaced free off cost. Then the problem has been solved completely. Which here they are saying it has happened in many vehicles. Too common I guess. So in return telling you to get this checked if at all it happens again.

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      • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

        Hi... I am new to this forum, and new to biking world. I left riding bikes long back. Only ride friends' bike once in while, so did not loose confidence. I only ride Activa an car.
        Now, I want to be biker again. I do now have any need as such. I will be driving mostly in city and once in month on highway for short ride.
        Recently, I was searching and reading reviews of different bikes, haven't test drove though. I only test drive Yamaha FZS and Thunder bird 350. Then I saw avenger street in showroom and liked it very much (from looks perspective). I will test drive it soon. So, question is which one I should choose, 150 or 220? How about city riding experience of 220? and how 150 performs on highways (for short 50-60 Kms and hill roads). Owners and experts please comment.

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        • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

          Originally posted by mbprajapati View Post
          Hi... I am new to this forum, and new to biking world. I left riding bikes long back. Only ride friends' bike once in while, so did not loose confidence. I only ride Activa an car.
          Now, I want to be biker again. I do now have any need as such. I will be driving mostly in city and once in month on highway for short ride.
          Recently, I was searching and reading reviews of different bikes, haven't test drove though. I only test drive Yamaha FZS and Thunder bird 350. Then I saw avenger street in showroom and liked it very much (from looks perspective). I will test drive it soon. So, question is which one I should choose, 150 or 220? How about city riding experience of 220? and how 150 performs on highways (for short 50-60 Kms and hill roads). Owners and experts please comment.
          You can go with 150 if you are driving alone on any terrain, but if you ride with pillion and luggage in hills then 220 is recommended, 50-60 kms ride is just like heating up bike for long cruise, my bro covered 450 kms in single day with pillion on 150street, no complaints from him regarding performance, and we daily ride 150street for 60kms with 195kg load on bike and its performed well in city and highway, i feel little underpowered when going to hills with full payload but its never stop, just have to ride in lower gear compared to 220street. 150 is better choice for fuel economy, i have seen 3 street 220 for sale in my area, all of them are 2-3 months old, but never seen street 150 on sale, i got my 150 on last December and happy with it. I got offer from a friend to exchange my 150 with his 4 month old 220, i think he have mileage issue.

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          • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

            My 150street
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            • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

              Originally posted by Parimal_ajudiya View Post
              My 150street
              To be honest 150 looks better any day. Even I have a 150cc in my stable the bike is really fun to ride anywhere you go on it is a head turner actually people mistake it to be a harley sometimes I have noticed this. the other day a guy shouted wow see harley is coming. It's fun to ride.
              But soon maybe I change the bike with royal enfield 350cc classic. Any advices for not to buy are welcome.
              Reading alot of points these days. 50-50 chances. Spending 1.70 lacs on it won't be that easy.
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              • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                Originally posted by Parimal_ajudiya View Post
                You can go with 150 if you are driving alone on any terrain, but if you ride with pillion and luggage in hills then 220 is recommended, 50-60 kms ride is just like heating up bike for long cruise, my bro covered 450 kms in single day with pillion on 150street, no complaints from him regarding performance, and we daily ride 150street for 60kms with 195kg load on bike and its performed well in city and highway, i feel little underpowered when going to hills with full payload but its never stop, just have to ride in lower gear compared to 220street. 150 is better choice for fuel economy, i have seen 3 street 220 for sale in my area, all of them are 2-3 months old, but never seen street 150 on sale, i got my 150 on last December and happy with it. I got offer from a friend to exchange my 150 with his 4 month old 220, i think he have mileage issue.
                Thanks for reply. How much mileage are you getting in 150? What is expected in 220?

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                • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                  I am getting 49-52 depend on road and load, but 50 is most timr i get in normal condition with pillion rider, and in 220 i think it gives 35-40 normally and depend on riding conditions

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                  • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                    Need serious help on something which is very serious.
                    Today while I was ridding the bike in the evening everything was good weather was nice just then I noticed that my digital meter was not moving the km. But the analog was working perfectly. Just then while I was in the motion I did a kill switch and immediately switched it on. Then it started working but again it happened the same thing. Then I went to the workshop where they also saw and agreed that it has happened for the first time because the analog was working so the asc advice me to come day after tomorrow as the air pressure was not working for which the want to put some air in the connectors for some dust to be there which I don't think so will be good as they want to avoid in giving the warranty on the meter which I will take if it is not working properly. At present the meter reading is 2351 km on the odo. What do you all have to say. What could be wrong also heard this well as I don't lock my bike anywhere I go so this problem has not come with me. Actually there have been several reports of the bad quality been used in the locking of the handle bar. Due to which alot of customers have complained about the lock getting broken. That's why my engineer was asking me is yours working properly just then I replied him that I don't lock the bike anywhere I go.
                    But seriously guys do tell me about this odo reading thing. Also many times I have noticed that my trip becomes 0 on its own.
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                    • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                      Originally posted by arjunb25 View Post
                      Need serious help on something which is very serious.
                      Today while I was ridding the bike in the evening everything was good weather was nice just then I noticed that my digital meter was not moving the km. But the analog was working perfectly. Just then while I was in the motion I did a kill switch and immediately switched it on. Then it started working but again it happened the same thing. Then I went to the workshop where they also saw and agreed that it has happened for the first time because the analog was working so the asc advice me to come day after tomorrow as the air pressure was not working for which the want to put some air in the connectors for some dust to be there which I don't think so will be good as they want to avoid in giving the warranty on the meter which I will take if it is not working properly. At present the meter reading is 2351 km on the odo. What do you all have to say. What could be wrong also heard this well as I don't lock my bike anywhere I go so this problem has not come with me. Actually there have been several reports of the bad quality been used in the locking of the handle bar. Due to which alot of customers have complained about the lock getting broken. That's why my engineer was asking me is yours working properly just then I replied him that I don't lock the bike anywhere I go.
                      But seriously guys do tell me about this odo reading thing. Also many times I have noticed that my trip becomes 0 on its own.
                      Dealers are bound to provide warranty on meter console. One of my friends has same problem with his RE thunderbird. He has got the replacement.
                      So for the first time try their method. Second time if it happens again then get it replaced under warranty.
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                      • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                        Hi guys...I am thinking of buying Avenger 220 Street. I test rode all 3 avengers and I found the 220 Cruise giving me pain in my right shoulder and hip. The Street felt more comfy and natural for me as I'm 5:4...

                        Few queries
                        1. What tank range can I get?
                        2. Does the trip meter show more than 1000kms or does it revert back to 0 after 999.9 kms?
                        3. Does this bike have oil filter ?
                        4. Most important - I hate vibrations and usually try to ride in the bikes sweet spot. How does it feel at 70 to 80kmph?

                        I've owned several bikes before and currently own a KTM Duke 390. Also owned a Suzuki Gladius 650 Vtwin and an inline 4 Suzuki GSR 600 which I sold last year to make room for a Ducati Monster 821 Stripe (just waiting for the stupid rains to stop)

                        So the reason for Avenger 220 Street is primarily for personal work which happens to be about approx 1000kms on the highway once every month. And I'm looking for something affordable and easy to maintain. Not interested in power figures as long as the bike can do 80 I'm totally cool with it. I'm not based in India so Bajaj parts are expensive here.

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                        • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                          Originally posted by iBerry View Post
                          Hi guys...I am thinking of buying Avenger 220 Street. I test rode all 3 avengers and I found the 220 Cruise giving me pain in my right shoulder and hip. The Street felt more comfy and natural for me as I'm 5:4...

                          Few queries
                          1. What tank range can I get?
                          2. Does the trip meter show more than 1000kms or does it revert back to 0 after 999.9 kms?
                          3. Does this bike have oil filter ?
                          4. Most important - I hate vibrations and usually try to ride in the bikes sweet spot. How does it feel at 70 to 80
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                          Tank range is approximately 400-500km ,

                          Trip meter is upto 999k.m after that it reset to 0

                          Actually it's a pulsar 150 with just some cc more & oil cooler is added.(pulsar 220 has different engine) It don't have user replaceable oil filter.

                          It can easily cruise @70 80 kmph . Above that it starts to vibrant.

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                          • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                            Originally posted by iBerry View Post
                            Hi guys...I am thinking of buying Avenger 220 Street. I test rode all 3 avengers and I found the 220 Cruise giving me pain in my right shoulder and hip. The Street felt more comfy and natural for me as I'm 5:4...

                            Few queries
                            1. What tank range can I get?
                            2. Does the trip meter show more than 1000kms or does it revert back to 0 after 999.9 kms?
                            3. Does this bike have oil filter ?
                            4. Most important - I hate vibrations and usually try to ride in the bikes sweet spot. How does it feel at 70 to 80kmph?

                            I've owned several bikes before and currently own a KTM Duke 390. Also owned a Suzuki Gladius 650 Vtwin and an inline 4 Suzuki GSR 600 which I sold last year to make room for a Ducati Monster 821 Stripe (just waiting for the stupid rains to stop)

                            So the reason for Avenger 220 Street is primarily for personal work which happens to be about approx 1000kms on the highway once every month. And I'm looking for something affordable and easy to maintain. Not interested in power figures as long as the bike can do 80 I'm totally cool with it. I'm not based in India so Bajaj parts are expensive here.
                            Buddy for a range of bikes u used.... Avenger is not a good option... Try Um motor renegade series or some more like Kawasaki eliminator or like that

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                            • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                              Thanks for your response guys...I'll take a look at the renegade too.

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                              • Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

                                Hey guys...I got my bike today!! (How do we post pics?)

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