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  • Q. Any issues or complaint with the BSVI varient - Himalayan?

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    P | 9 months ago

    Purchased it on 7th feb from amba motors in vadodara and rpm was set very high when delivered and engine stopping frequently when clutch applied during downshifting. Took it to the service center of dealer and the mechanic saw that rpm showing on instrument cluster was around 1200 but in his diagnostic tool it indicated around 1800 at idle. He changed it to actual 1200 (fluctuates a bit) and it solved the engine stopping problem 80% but still stops sometimes randomly. 1st service was due after few days so told him about the same and mechanic suggested to wait and the problem should iron out by itself and in my 2 interactions with him (name maharaj) he sounded like someone who knows what he is saying and doing so I trusted him and took it back. He suggested that the bs6 engine requires to apply the choke in the morning after starting and leave it in idle for few seconds before riding which I followed and I would say the stopping problem is 90-95% resolved but not happy since it is risky as the YouTube guy says. Clocked 1000kms now but hoping to wait another month to see if it completely goes away or not before going to service station to adjust rpm further which I believe is behind the engine stopping issue Apart from that, heating issue even in feb so one can imagine what will happen in may. Even with the oil cooler shit it heats more than my Thunderbird twinspark even in short distancesThird thing is a tick tick sound after stopping which I have also come across in newer generation scooters that have a highly refined engine unlike RE so I wouldn't bother about it. That sound goes away after a minute of stoppingIn terms of riding, its good otherwise but I get a feeling that bs4 was better than bs6

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    Dadi
    Dadi | 8 months ago

    Got delivery of my new Himalayan bs6 variant recently and later noticed that the rear wheel was completely displaced towards left. It is hampering the balance of the bike and is also makes the bike look ugly. Rpm fluctuates a lot and engine stops occasionally while riding. Engine heats quickly. I hope this problem goes away after servicing. Few nuts are also missing, only bolts are placed. Did not expect manufacturing negligence from RE team, or may be I was unlucky to get a defective product.

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    MAYANK
    MAYANK | 10 months ago

    कोई खास शिकायत तो नही है,टॉर्क तो पर्याप्‍त है लेकिन कभी कभी पावर की कमी महसूस होती है।यदि इसमे लिक्विड कूलिंग सिस्‍टम मिल जाये तो इससे इसमे चार चांद लग जायेंगें।

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    It's good I love the performance of himalayan. It,s really good but cruising speed on haiway not good otherwise love Himalayan 👍

  • 4.2

    5 more bhp would be welcome for better performance. Clutch is a bit on the heavier side.Tubeless tyres for spoke rims. And switchable abs is needed.

  • 4.2

    For comfort level is very awesome and mileage given 28...the performance is also good and if you are like off roaring than this bike is best for u...look also good

  • 4.2

    Good bike!!!! Best performance in class!!!! But tik tik sounds started with in 15days!!! The sound spoils the mood of riding!!! That's the only drawback😓 After 11 months of riding bike as clocked around 6690kms only on highway!! Mileage is around 30-32kmpl(highway) and 22-25kmpl(city) I use power/premium only!!! I service my bike once 2000k kms(4months) Bill's has never crossed 2k(800-2000rs)! Even the service people could not fix the tik tik sound!! Bike performance is 💯💯💯💯 the only drawback is the sound

  • 4.2

    Good bike. Nice performance power good

  • 3.4

    Be patient for the first 2000 kms since that is the breakin period. I would recommend you change the engine oil to Motul 5100 semi synthetic around 2000 kms, this will reduce vibrations drastically and increase your mileage. I get an average of around 35 on the highway and 25 in the city post the oil change. If you are thinking of buying for performance than please don't buy this bike since it will get you to 80 quickly and fizzle out by 100. My height is 185 cms and this bike is not comfortable for my height but it is better than any other bike in this segment. Rest everything is great.

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