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Poll: Yamaha FZ-16 or Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi, what's your choice?

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Thread: Yamaha FZ-16 or Pulsar 180 DTSi ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by gautamfz16 View Post
    guys...dat was me for whom DKGBOND created dis thread..
    i was nt aware f dis community....after getting ur useful replys he advised me to join xBHP...

    thnk u guys for ur valuable suggestions...



    Now i jus want knw smthng else..
    My registration number is not ready...dealer said "it will take 4 to 5 days more"....n m having a temprary no..provided by dem only..

    i m planning to ride out of d town on HIGHWAY...WID TEMPRARY REGISTRATION NUMBER..it wud b safe or not..??????

    n also m nt a permanent license holder...having ma learning license ryt now...


    so suggest me guys over dis situation..

    thnx in advance

    First of all Gautam, A very warm welcome to XBHP. Secondly, Congrats for getting the FZ, it's a great bike, take care of her. Do make sure that you run the engine in before taking her out to the highway coz once you see those empty roads, you'll instinctively twist your wrist which ain't good for the new engine. Although coming to your question, I don't think that a temporary registration number would cause you any problems whether you ride in the city or on highways.

    Lastly, We here at XBHP try to avoid use of SMS language, as it's hard to make out what one's saying most of the time in SMS lingo. So, kindly make sure that you stick to proper english from now onwards.

    Ride Safe. Always wear a lid.
    A good long ride can clear your mind, restore your faith, and use up a lot of fuel.

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    thank you parth..
    i will try to use proper and complete words..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gautamfz16 View Post
    guys...dat was me for whom DKGBOND created dis thread..
    i was nt aware f dis community....after getting ur useful replys he advised me to join xBHP...

    thnk u guys for ur valuable suggestions...



    Now i jus want knw smthng else..
    My registration number is not ready...dealer said "it will take 4 to 5 days more"....n m having a temprary no..provided by dem only..

    i m planning to ride out of d town on HIGHWAY...WID TEMPRARY REGISTRATION NUMBER..it wud b safe or not..??????

    n also m nt a permanent license holder...having ma learning license ryt now...


    so suggest me guys over dis situation..

    thnx in advance

    the suggestion wud be to wait till u get a proper license as well as registration till u move out on to the highway...y spend mullah to pay ur local policewalla if u get caught...jus better to wait till u have the proper papers and regs...
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]Girls are like roads, more the curves, more the dangerous they are.

    To ride or not to ride?? is a....
    very very stupid question....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gautamfz16 View Post
    guys...dat was me for whom DKGBOND created dis thread..
    i was nt aware f dis community....after getting ur useful replys he advised me to join xBHP...

    thnk u guys for ur valuable suggestions...



    Now i jus want knw smthng else..
    My registration number is not ready...dealer said "it will take 4 to 5 days more"....n m having a temprary no..provided by dem only..

    i m planning to ride out of d town on HIGHWAY...WID TEMPRARY REGISTRATION NUMBER..it wud b safe or not..??????

    n also m nt a permanent license holder...having ma learning license ryt now...


    so suggest me guys over dis situation..

    thnx in advance
    As a responsible XBHPian, my opinion would be is to wait until you complete the RTO formalities. Obtain a permanent registration number, the challan/receipt from RTO stating that you've registered the bike(as I understand that it takes about 3-4 weeks to obtain RC book) & proof of purchase (receipt from Yamaha dealer) & the insurance ofcourse whether you hit the highway or the city.

    Happy & safe motoring

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