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Q. What is the engine oil capacity of FZ-S V3?
  • 1.1 Ltr with filter change and 1 ltr without filter change. This was for v2. Please check if any change for v3. Wrong info can lead many people into trouble. Excess oil can cause damage to engine
  • The engine oil capacity of Yamaha FZ-Fi Version 3.0 is 1.20 L.
  • 1.2 liter
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Q. Can we change the silenser in Jawa bike - 42 - 42 - 42?
  • Of course you can change the exhausts..We have after market performance exhausts by red rooster....I am using the celesta version of it and its kick ass....it sounds like an old jawa but a little more bassy.....go for it mate...its on amazon....costing 16600 a pair....tampering with db killers will impact engine and mileage....not advisable in a long run.....red rooster ones have zero impact on mileage and power pumps up by 0.7 bhp
  • Not sure but if you are concerned about the sound then I must tell that the original sound is decent enough. Still if one wants to change then DB killers can be removed to give it a diff sound.
  • Yes
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Q. Is FZ V3 comfortable?
  • It's too comfortable
  • Very much
  • Yes
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Q. Apache RTR 160 4V or FZ V3.0 which one is best?
  • The TVS Apache 160 4V and FZ FI V3.0 are too competitive bikes which stance face to face when it comes to the performance. The Apache 160 4V is powered by a 160cc 4Valve engine that churns 16.8 PS of maximum power and 14.9 Nm of peak torque whereas the FZ FI V3.0 gets a 149 cc, 2 valves blue core engine with a power figure of 13.2 PS and 12.8 Nm of peak torque. Apache is smooth on the road as the 4 valve engine performs well as compared to the Yamaha blue core engine. As far as the mileage of the bikes is concerned the Apache RTR 160 4V returns an ARAI claimed 60 kmpl whereas the Yamaha FZ-Fi Version 3.0 returns ARAI tested 45 kmpl. This makes it clear that the Apache is way more economical than the FZ-Fi V3.0.When we compare both the bikes according to the ground clearance Apache 160 4V is offered with whooping 180 mm which is 15 mm higher than the FZ-Fi V3.0(165 mm). The estimated maintenance cost of both the bikes is almost similar to a minor difference. Moreover, The true comfort, ride quality and features of the bikes can only be perceived during the test ride of the bikes.Click here for the comparision: https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/tvs-apache-rtr-160-vs-yamaha-fz-fi-version-30 Click hejavascript:void(0)re for dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers
  • If you are looking for more performance go with apache. Actually Iam an yamaha fan that is the only reason why I bought fz instead of rtr 160 4v fi. Both of them are good. Go take a testdrive and finalize. Now I am getting around 50-56km/l milage .
  • In all senario FZ v3 is best.insted of cc bike 160 apache
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