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I am a marketing guy and i ride my bike 100 km dailly and have to travel sometime more...so is it good to buy this bike as per comfort and milege...pls so answer tis i am very much confused

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If possible, get a Japanese bike. Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha bikes are all made using better metals and better design. They are more reliable and hold resale value much better.

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What is the average distance i can travel with 40l?


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That all depends on how many litres of fuel your vehicle consumes and will vary depending on driving conditions, speed, technique, engine condition, and goodness knows what else.

Let's guess and say you're using 10 litres per 100 km.
40 divided by 10 equals 4
4 times 100 equals 400km

What you will need to do is use your rate of fuel consumption with this calculation.

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How long it takes to drive any distance depends on your average speed. Whatever is your average speed, divide that into the distance you have to travel. For instance, if your speed is 100 kilometers per hour and you need to go 400 kilometers, it will take you (400 km/100 kmph=) four hours. Always be sure to use the same units of measurement, English or metric, in your arithmetic.

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The red light on the right side of ny gauge comes on and it reads speed if i go over 80km p/h


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How to increase mileage in old honda activa bike


Make Your Mileage good by these Steps
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make your air/fuel mixture lean
change the engine oil , gear oil
change the air filter
change the spark plug if necessary
check free movement of brake liners
use recommended tyre air pressure (depends on tyres)
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Hello sir i got a new yamaha fz16 before 3 weeks. i have ride 1000 km i love riding bike so i reached 100 kmph for several time is that is any problem for my engine please reply me as soon as possible


No, Going that fast for long periods of time may hurt it, but going that fast for short periods is OK. Are you close to the red line on the gage. I have to say I am amazed it will go that fast. it must be a fun bike to ride. Looks good too, real nice looking bike. Keep the oil changed when it is time. Should last many years.

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Buy a good floor pump with a gauge (see "How to Buy a Bike Pump," under Related eHows). A small, frame-mounted pump is useful only for roadside repairs.

Understand that it's normal for most tires to lose up to 10 pounds per square inch (psi) per week. This does not mean you have a slow leak.

Look on the tire's sidewall for tire pressure recommendations. Don't exceed the maximum tire pressure listed.

Inflate your mountain bike's tires to 40 psi for dirt riding. You may wish to inflate your tires to 50 to 60 psi for city riding.


Inflate your road bike's tires to 100 psi for road riding. Some road tires have much higher psi ratings. However, 100 psi will provide a good mix of performance and comfort.


Inflate your hybrid bike's tires to 60 to 70 psi for city riding.

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I'd go with FTM. More comfortable, it can still use for racing. Give them both test ride if possible. I have both Motolite and RX, I'd take ML any day.

That said most XC racing course is doable with HT or XC FS, so if racing is your primary goal then RX.

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when you put your bike in gear dont be hurry and gradually increase the grip. As per the bike taking motion in same rame increase grip.
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