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Delhi - Leh - Delhi via Manali on CBZ

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  • #31
    u really need courage 4 this type of trip buddy. I would like to go to leh if someone frm delhi is going there via chandigarh. i can join them.
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    • #32
      Thankz Soul reaper ! But I feel its more of a human Mind frame, overcoming your worst fears and yes accepting the reality as it comes.
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      • #33
        awesome pics and a good trip log lovemax excellent!!
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        • #34
          hey did u hv any problems with ur bike carburetion did u hv to rejet or chng carb settings etc.
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          • #35
            no need to re-ject carb. most indian bikes already run lean. they work like magic at high altitudes!
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            • #36
              man, reading that was simply awesome. u really had a superb trip. next time u go anyplace far, do contact me please. I'm real interested.
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              • #37
                Sorry Nikhil,
                I would interupt saying that you are wrong I had to re-adjust my air mixture as it was giving some missings while driving and as altitude changes you have to adjust the Air mixture or else the end result is extra heating up of the engine...
                And Xtreme Torque its still the same thing, I am a lone traveller. Sorry buddy but there is a big queue of people willing to come along if i ever start taking people along I will let you know.

                quote:Originally posted by nikhilsc

                no need to re-ject carb. most indian bikes already run lean. they work like magic at high altitudes!
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                • #38
                  quote:Originally posted by lovemax

                  Sorry Nikhil,
                  I would interupt saying that you are wrong I had to re-adjust my air mixture as it was giving some missings while driving and as altitude changes you have to adjust the Air mixture or else the end result is extra heating up of the engine...
                  And Xtreme Torque its still the same thing, I am a lone traveller. Sorry buddy but there is a big queue of people willing to come along if i ever start taking people along I will let you know.

                  quote:Originally posted by nikhilsc

                  no need to re-ject carb. most indian bikes already run lean. they work like magic at high altitudes!
                  hmm just read yr post.

                  there is nothing you can do to adjust the air mixture. the only thing you can do in our bikes is make the idle circuit rich or lean and icrease the slow running. thats it ...

                  did you mean increasing idle rpm? which is required when you go higher altitude, or your engine will stall. is that what you meant?
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                  • #39
                    Yes Nikhil, Thats wat I meant you have to increase the RPM of your engine besides you rengine doesnt stalls but it makes it difficult for you to drive as you will have to throttle your engine - quite a lot

                    Which is something you surely would not like to do when theres a way to make it go easy on you!
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                    • #40
                      i agree...at higher altitudes,u really need to rip the throttle.. maximum , i hv been to around 2500mts only but even at this height,i cud feel the engine was missing abt 20% of its power due to thinner air.. recently on my trip,i had adjusted my rpm to 1400 b4 leaving for dehradun from mussoorie.. wen i got down from mussoorie (2000mrts) to dehradun (abt 600mts) n wen i stopped the bike, my rpm had risn to 2000 which was earlier abt 1400 at mussoorie..

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                      • #41
                        the max i've been to on my bike is also some where around 6000-7000 feet. the effects of altitude are very pronounced. i can only imagine what must be happening in places like leh. i think i'll be doing a shorter trip to manali or mcleoganj before i do the big one - leh.
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                        • #42
                          hi guys ash in here,

                          me and my friend went to manali on my cbz to enjoy our last 5 days of vacation i started from delhi on 5th july 4 am wereached chandigarh at 9:30am after finishing our breakfast we raised our bikes to wards mandi we reached their at 4 pm at mandi we eaten our lunch and then we started going towards kullu we reached their at 6 pm and from their manali is 50 km guys on hills 50 km means 2 hours and finally we finally reached manali . we stayed on hotel and next day we went to rohtang paas which is the highest point of himalaya. their i hired a kancha and gave him 20 ruppees to protect my bike and their i saw lots of snow we went back to manali without starting our bike it roled on road due to slopes.and we went back to manali next day we went to simla its near about 186 km from manali we stayed 1 night their and next day we came back to delhi .
                          it was a hactic, tired, radical, ass paining journey.
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                          • #43
                            quote:Originally posted by manishkalyan

                            hi guys ash in here,

                            me and my friend went to manali on my cbz to enjoy our last 5 days of vacation i started from delhi on 5th july 4 am wereached chandigarh at 9:30am after finishing our breakfast we raised our bikes to wards mandi we reached their at 4 pm at mandi we eaten our lunch and then we started going towards kullu we reached their at 6 pm and from their manali is 50 km guys on hills 50 km means 2 hours and finally we finally reached manali . we stayed on hotel and next day we went to rohtand paas which is the highest point of himalaya. their i hired a kancha and gave him 20 ruppees to protect my bike and their i saw lots of snow we went back to manali without starting our bike it roled on road due to slopes.and we went back to manali next day we went to simla its near about 100 km from manali we stayed 1 night their and next day we came back to delhi .
                            it was a hactic, tired, radical, ass paining journey.
                            good stuff. how far is rohtang from manali?
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                            • #44
                              Hey Nikhil it is 51 kms only to be precise.
                              And nice trip Manish but MANALI to SHIMLA is 186Kms not 100 so make a correction Dude.
                              Try posting some pics Manish.
                              Would be nice to look into them.
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                              good stuff. how far is rohtang from manali?
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                              • #45
                                If you want to do a trip to leh nikhil you should start doing trips to Shimla rampur and beyond!
                                I can give you details on that but going into lahaul region prepares you more to go ahead into LEH. Yes besides No mechanics and no help - Its my own experience so if you are not comfortable alone take some1 along.

                                Best of luck Nikhil[^]

                                quote:Originally posted by nikhilsc

                                the max i've been to on my bike is also some where around 6000-7000 feet. the effects of altitude are very pronounced. i can only imagine what must be happening in places like leh. i think i'll be doing a shorter trip to manali or mcleoganj before i do the big one - leh.
                                Freeird-- Experience is what you get when you don\'t get what you want.

                                www.flickr.com/maniya

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