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Milage problem If i will change the silencer of glamour (pulser's solencer) will there be any millage problem cause it? & if i change the handle with a short handle.., will there any problem?

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Heyiii if you are changing the handle bar..it wont create any problem other than troubling you in drive.. so when you are getting it changed make sure its fitted i such a way that the sitting posture is comfortable.. Changing the silencer won't create any problem..or rather may increase your pick up of bike because it gets more expansion with the pulsar silencer.. but ya for sure..the silencers fitted additional always tend to damage your valves of engine and reduce their life..

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There will be no problem. You will increase your fuel milage.

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