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  • dr.faramroze
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    Originally posted by Kirubakaran G View Post
    Dear Xbhpians,
    I'm 185cms tall and weighing 110kgs. Now I've a slipped disc in my back and I'm getting cured. Thinking of buying a cruiser for ease of access because of low seat height and for comfortable, laid back riding stance.
    Tried Intruder, although it seems comfortable for first 15minutes of riding, it is painful during long commutes over 45mins. I've experienced sharp tail bone pain and thigh pain; and I found awkwardly more forward placed footpegs, short handlebar and stiffer rear monoshocks are the culprits here.
    Now I'm left with only choice. Avenger Cruise 220. Any tall and hefty owners there? Will it be comfortable for long rides? Kindly shed some light. Advance thanks.
    I have owned Pulsars and Avengers for more than a decade now. I have observed Pulsar's forward lean position is the best position for bikers having any type of back problems. A fair amount of stress is thrown upon the shoulders and arms on the Pulsar making the spine less compressive. Technically, a cruise bike is meant for relaxed riding but in case of rough roads the rider gets direct impact on the back. Avenger is not very suitable for rough roads because it does not nave nitrox suspension and the rear high profile tyre adds like an additional cushion. Make a wiser choice.

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  • Kirubakaran G
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    Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

    Dear Xbhpians,
    I'm 185cms tall and weighing 110kgs. Now I've a slipped disc in my back and I'm getting cured. Thinking of buying a cruiser for ease of access because of low seat height and for comfortable, laid back riding stance.
    Tried Intruder, although it seems comfortable for first 15minutes of riding, it is painful during long commutes over 45mins. I've experienced sharp tail bone pain and thigh pain; and I found awkwardly more forward placed footpegs, short handlebar and stiffer rear monoshocks are the culprits here.
    Now I'm left with only choice. Avenger Cruise 220. Any tall and hefty owners there? Will it be comfortable for long rides? Kindly shed some light. Advance thanks.

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  • Golden Cat
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    Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

    Originally posted by zestbiker View Post
    @Golden Cat ,kindly elaborate on the system
    I will post detailed video soon, pls stay connected

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  • zestbiker
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    @Golden Cat ,kindly elaborate on the system
    Last edited by zestbiker; 08-27-2020, 07:41 PM.

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  • Golden Cat
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    Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

    Automatic Chain oiling setup

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  • Golden Cat
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    Click image for larger version

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    Done with camera mount

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  • Golden Cat
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    Ok m, got it.
    Thanks

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  • Manan
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    Originally posted by Golden Cat View Post
    You mean to say that these bikes didn’t have kick start before ? And you converted it to kick start ?
    I think P150 and 180 had kick start option from factory itself .
    the current twin disc 150 and the 180 does not come with a kick but it is very easy to fit one.

    earlier the 200 shared the same bottom with the 180 and it was possible to install a kick to the p 200

    problem is with the 220 engine it is different and I have forgotten what was the difference.

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  • Golden Cat
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    Originally posted by Manan View Post
    pulsar 150 180 both kick start and es
    You mean to say that these bikes didn’t have kick start before ? And you converted it to kick start ?
    I think P150 and 180 had kick start option from factory itself .

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  • Manan
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    Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

    Originally posted by Golden Cat View Post
    Kick starter in ES engine ? Have you done that ever in any bike ?
    pulsar 150 180 both kick start and es

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  • Golden Cat
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    I am planning to install camera mount on my avenger, here is the WIP picClick image for larger version

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  • Golden Cat
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    Kick starter in ES engine ? Have you done that ever in any bike ?
    Originally posted by Manan View Post
    Help required;

    I need to fit a kickstarter on an avenger 220 2015 model, would anyone have ideas on what the 220 engine requires? I know that unlike the 150 or the 180 there is no decompressor.

    Furthermore I would be replacing the front disk with a drum much like the old kawasaki eliminator. I had done so with my classic pulsar 150 but I am not sure if the measurements for the fork for both the classic pulsar and the avenger is the same.

    Yes I know the difference between the stopping capacity of a disk and a drum but this build will be for a bike which will be 80% in the mud of a tea estate and the focus is on ease of repair and durability, which a simple wire drum set up exceeds the hydraulic disk set up.

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  • Manan
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    Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

    Help required;

    I need to fit a kickstarter on an avenger 220 2015 model, would anyone have ideas on what the 220 engine requires? I know that unlike the 150 or the 180 there is no decompressor.

    Furthermore I would be replacing the front disk with a drum much like the old kawasaki eliminator. I had done so with my classic pulsar 150 but I am not sure if the measurements for the fork for both the classic pulsar and the avenger is the same.

    Yes I know the difference between the stopping capacity of a disk and a drum but this build will be for a bike which will be 80% in the mud of a tea estate and the focus is on ease of repair and durability, which a simple wire drum set up exceeds the hydraulic disk set up.

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  • Maxsteel
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    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
    I was waiting for Bajaj Avenger 220 Street BS6, Since I wanted to purchase it with Fuel Injector.

    Now Bajaj has already announced BS6 Version of 220 Cruise and 160 Street, So I want to know whether they will launch 220 Street or not???

    Today when I checked Bajaj Auto's website, There they have removed page of 220 Street as well.

    I wasn't looking at 160 Street since it does not have Oil cooling and I was planning some long trips on it.

    And for 220 Cruise, the only thing left out is Tubeless tyres.

    Please share your review, whether Bajaj will launch Street 220 or not and if not then for which option I shall go?

    Thanks in advance.
    Looking at past experience as an owner of 2002 Bajaj Boxer CT Deluxe & 2017 Bajaj Avenger 150 street. Going fot 160 will be good option. Whenever I went to Bajaj Service station many 220 street & cruise owner complained about lot of issues regarding starting & engine heat. Yes they were limited, not each & everyone was complaining. Bajaj competes by comprising on certain quality of parts.
    Issues face in last 3 years.
    1)Gear selector spring damaged at 11,000 kms.
    2)Front brake pad changed at 12,000 kms
    3)Rear brake pads gets replaced after 3000 kms.
    I used it a lot before practicing engine braking, proper gear shifting & double braking, now I just have clean them at 3,000 kms replacement at 6,000 kms.

    Certain good things:
    1) I installed Anti theft alarm after 1 year & used it for atleast 18 months before removing it, wires of this aftermarket anti theft alarm were not good quality was on verge of short circuit.

    2) 4 LED & Circular DRL headlamp installed being using it for 20 months works perfecr should have installed a protective film, developed lot of scratches by mischief kids.

    3) Similarly kids, cats sometimes even watchmen walking & banging stick to ground in night near my Avenger sets off alarm. I personally got tired of hearing it everyday.

    4) Even after using such a high consumption LED Headlamp & alarm for 20 months, battery is still working fine, many changed after 2 year

    5) My trusted mechanic said many Avenger owners change Chain sprocket at 14,000 kms, mine is still good at 19,000 kms obviously will change at 20,000kms

    6) Tire TVS Eurogrip were good for 2 months when new not good after that.

    Go with 160 will get good mileage than 220 also, lack Oil cooler means less thing to worry about maintaining it.

    One tip, use Motul mineral oil till 12,000 kms
    Motul semi synthetic after 18,000 kms
    & Motul fully synthetic after 24,000 kms
    Use engine flush while changing oil type i.e. from Mineral Oil to Semi Synthetic (12,000 kms) & from Semi synthetic to Fully synthetic(18,000kms). Just twice not more than that. Bajaj service center will force you to use it every time while oil change, don't go for it.

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  • ashwinprakas
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    Re: Bajaj Avenger - All versions

    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
    I wasn't looking at 160 Street since it does not have Oil cooling and I was planning some long trips on it.
    What does Oil Cooling have to do with long trips?

    I'd ridden my CT100B around the country clocking about 8000 km's in under 2 weeks without breaking a sweat.

    So simply put the manufacturer knows best and the lack of an oil cooler doesn't mean a motorcycle is less tour-worthy.

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