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    Default Re: Tyres other than MRF for FZ16

    Thanks to Kiran and Srujan for all the inputs.

    I had reported about the chain sprocket noise to the authorised service centre and they said that they have adjusted it and they also said that the alignment is fine.
    But I really doubt the ASC guys as they have failed in carrying out many of my service requests.

    I'll try and loosen the chain slack to a fair bit and get back with results.

    I also confirm that the tyre rotational direction is pointing towards the right direction of movement.

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    Default Re: Tyres other than MRF for FZ16

    Quote Originally Posted by maheshkumartg View Post
    Thanks to Kiran and Srujan for all the inputs.

    I had reported about the chain sprocket noise to the authorised service centre and they said that they have adjusted it and they also said that the alignment is fine.
    But I really doubt the ASC guys as they have failed in carrying out many of my service requests.

    I'll try and loosen the chain slack to a fair bit and get back with results.

    I also confirm that the tyre rotational direction is pointing towards the right direction of movement.
    you can ask me anytime mahesh youre welcome

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    I recently changed my FZS tyres with the same as stock size and MRF brand.

    After that i feel my suspension went hard, and i feel no smoothness in both and back suspension in uneven roads.

    Is this air pressure issue like more air or new tyre have to take some time to settle or any other reason like fixing in the wrong method....

    And please suggest a good air pressure gauge (DIGITAL) and already i have an analog one but i suspects it shows the correct value or not....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanda SS View Post
    I recently changed my FZS tyres with the same as stock size and MRF brand.

    After that i feel my suspension went hard, and i feel no smoothness in both and back suspension in uneven roads.

    Is this air pressure issue like more air or new tyre have to take some time to settle or any other reason like fixing in the wrong method....

    And please suggest a good air pressure gauge (DIGITAL) and already i have an analog one but i suspects it shows the correct value or not....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashank K R View Post
    Try pilot Street 130 or 140/70. Amazing tyre.

    Don't go for Pilot sporty.
    Quoting for visibility. Shashank is right.

    Micheline Sporty and Street are different tyres.

    Micheline Sporty: Nylon based, Non-Radial . Cheaper
    Micheline Street: Radial Type: Costs like twice

    I am also looking for new tyres for Honda Hornet with stock size 100/80 - 140/70 r17.
    Looks like Micheline Street 110/70 - 140/70 would be best choice. Local dealer quoting 12k for the set (5k + 7k).

    Has anyone got Tyres from Amazon? Buy+fitting at garage. Please share your experience. It's 2k cheaper from Amazon.
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