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  • Q. Confused between FI or Dual ABS and What about mileage? which one will be the best?

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    Jo
    Jo | 1 month ago

    It's a pity you cant get both in the same bike.My opinion is to go for ABS .option.fuel injection gives you more mileage ...but safety it's by ABS....mind you you don't need both in s race track..switch it off ..start lean ...corner...please fo under guidance in a track not in a road.Respecting all other answers as all are true in its sence.. is it ok!!!

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    Suresh
    Suresh | 1 month ago

    Having the A-RT slipper clutch, RTR don't need abs... really.... they won't let you fall by locking the disc... Abs in RTR is used only for riding in wet regions.... so if you looking for some more power and mileage, choose the FI variant.... Otherwise took the abs as standard

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    Rajesh
    Rajesh | 6 months ago

    Go for dual ABS. there would not be any difference in the mileage between carburetor and FI. little bit performance figures diff. but that too very minimal.. only problem with carburetor is during cold season you have to use choke once in a day in the morning for starting purpose. thats it .. else there is no problem at all. i own a 200 rtr dual channel abs for 7 months now. and dual channel abs is more useful and practical than FI. one has to have better braking specially with increasing traffic in the city

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    Ajay
    Ajay | 3 months ago

    Undoubtedly, Fi will give better mileage but since the rear disc brake is smaller in 200 4v, dual ABS is the best option as of now

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    Arfat
    Arfat | 1 year ago

    Off course the Apache 200 . If u take a fi version of Apache 200 you will get more milege & Performance (pick up) & top speed as compared to other two bikes. & Even carburated version is better than that two bikes

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    Bharat
    Bharat | 4 months ago

    Almost same mileage... FI maygive more mileage... wait the fi and abs quipped model is upcoming

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    Arun
    Arun | 2 months ago

    Road conditions like these, it's better to go for dual channel ABS

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    Kunal
    Kunal | 6 months ago

    As of now fi with abs is not available for the rtr 200 so i will suggest you to go with carb ABS. Mileage wise you will get 30-35kmpl.

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    Lucky
    Lucky | 6 months ago

    Go for dual channel ABS ... RTR 200 4v ABS mileage is around 40-45 kmpl offcourse depending on your road , traffic and riding

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    Yugesh
    Yugesh | 10 months ago

    FI version is always better has smooth fuel injection and better performance.

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