Yamaha FZS-FI V3 Spare Parts
Yamaha FZS-FI V3 Spare Parts Price List
|Yamaha FZS-FI V3 Parts||Authorised Dealer Price||Extra GST 28%||Total Price|
|Rear Brake Pads||960||268||1228|
|Front Brake Pads||650||182||832|
|Tail Light Cover||550||154||704|
|Side Panel Set||1297||363||1660|
|Chain Set / Chain Kit||1256||351||1607|
|Shock Absorber Set||3350||938||4288|
|Front Fork Oil||185||51||236|
|Alloy Wheel Rear||3357||939||4296|
|Alloy Wheel Front||3414||955||4369|
*SGST (State GST) + CGST (Central GST) = GST
Recently Asked User Questions and Answers
- Yamaha FZS-FI V3 has a comfortable pillion seat. Though the exact dimension isn't updated by the brand. Moreover, we would suggest you have a word with the authorized dealer of Yamaha in your city
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- Yamaha FZS-FI V3 comes across as one of the most comfortable commuters in the market, however, except for the ergonomics and braking the FZS-FI v3.0 fails to impress. While its motor offers better fuel efficiency compared to the previous-gen model, it lacks grunt. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Yamaha Too Jumps On The Connectivity Bandwagon With The New FZ-S Fi
- One can easily handle FZ S V3 in city traffic. The default break bite isn't that effective. However, if you can tighten the rear break is works excellent if both the breaks are applied at once. Gives better mileage when compared with any other 150cc segment bikes. I'm getting 53 on highways never noted the city mileage. Seat is a bit on the harder side. Feels less power during high speeds on highways.
- Yes bro fz will be very much suitable because it offers good riding experience and good comfort however the seat is not that soft so if we continously ride for 100km+ or more then we'll start to experience a bit back pain
- It is important to maintain proper gear to RPM ratio while riding the bike and gear shifts should be made without putting excessive stress on the engine. Moreover, we would suggest you to refer the user manual of your vehicle for more details on the same.
- Yes bro while shifting from 4th gear to 5th gear there's a tightness in shifting the gear it's experienced by many especially bs6 owner's there's also issues while shifting from 1st gear to second gear (false neutral)
FZS-FI V3 User Reviews
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Features & Styling4.3/5
Preferred For : Daily Commute
47% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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The service cost is way too high.Is has decent power and mileage tough.But the service here in vizag is worst i would say.
Wow nice good and confirmed and nice something and running smoothly and confirmed and smoth running
My baik is good profhomen is better mailing and good baat my choice my baik exchange yamaha baik to ktm rc200 is better luck
Samir anand.Indian armed force.None bike is better than fzs fi v3i bought this bike from my first salaryand this will be memorable for me for life long time.
Low power maintenance cost is little bit higher yamaha has to increase there power in fz-s 150cc minimum they have to increase 14.5bhp.
Being a owner and riding for 3months(2700km) i'm sharing my personal opinion: Pros: 1)Looks and style -naked and perfect in this segment2) Mileage-40-45kmpl. Good for daily commute. 3) Handling and riding posture great. 4) Braking perfect, it will respond smoothly. 5) speed 0-60 no issue at city and highway, above 85 kmph it struggles on highway, you feel vibrations and if your weight 60-75kg you might feel wind factor also on highway. 6) Rider-Pillion seat perfect for 2 persons. Not more than 2..Cons: 1) Some sound observed in 0-40kmph speed in low rpm.. Though service technician said it's normal in fz.. But I don't like.. Compare to honda little notchy or scratchhy sound observed. 2) Top end you will miss on highway for sure. Confidence will low on highway due to 5no point mention above. 3) Body parts(plastic or fibre) material should be better. If you want to buy for your daily commutes its perfect. It's good for highway and touring also but within 90kmph speed.. I've travelled 300-350km(3times) in a single day within 6-7hrs without facing any issue except 5 no point mention in pros. Hope this will help. This is my personal opinion.. you might differ..
The bike has great handling making it a fun ride for commuting, Rider seating position is comfortable but can't say the same for the pillion rider.After riding for 600 km i can say that bike feels underpowered on the highway especially with a pillion rider.Forget about high-speed passes and overtakes if riding double.This reduces the confidence of highways.Another major con is an inefficient rear brake.The rear brake bite is very weak and you need to heavily rely on front braking at high speeds.Another weird thing is power delivery.The bike struggles for an initial 60 kmph and then all of a sudden reaches 80+.So yamaha needs to come out with better engine, Gearbox, And braking.Only the style quotient will not work today.
I owned this bike 1.5 years ago in Kathmandu, Nepal. I am daily commuter. I have ride this bike about 14000 km .Mileage is good on the average of 45 kmpl. I like about this bike is that, its seating posture, handle bar, Engine, bike design is good. I Disliked most about this bike is that, its TANK COVER which ditached automatically and its too costly to change very often. Its Gear is Not Smooth like other bike. Its Rear Brake is average but front is very good. I felt Maintenance is high. Rear Mud Guard is not well designed for the rainy season. Overall performance is good. Rear tyre slips very much on the OFF Road during rainy season. Its accessories are little costly in comparison to other company bike.Thank you
Previous owns motorcycle from other manufacturing company such as Honda Hero Bajaj Suzuki than after buying the Yamaha product I was satisfied you can say it's Great handling character, if riding is sensible you can achieve a great economy like what I am getting on highway is 68 kpl, built quality is good only thing this motor lag is in terms of top end performance the bottom & mid range performance you won't complain it adequate for city ride bumper to bumper traffic conditions the motorcycle is comfortable you can Cruze all day long it's only lag on highway in terms of top end performance it that is not your priority than I would rather suggest anyone to go a head with the Yamaha product.
The fiber tank seal break is a disgust, The seat is too hard causes pain in the ass, Performance balance ride experience is good, Just a major defect in the aesthetics is a drawback to the vehicle, Maintenance cost is bearable, Cannot afford such a big defect, Yamaha has a good brand value on which we trust and buy the bikes, Yamaha should do something about the defect, Or else they have let us down not only with our expectations but with our trust on them as well, It's my first self owned bike there's not even a scratch on it, But i still have to live with an open fiber tank cover defect.Will have to think twice before recommending yamaha to anyone else.
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