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    Santosh | 3 years ago

    I think you can go for SP but if you will go for Fi then might you will face the problem.I have Fi bike 9-month-old most of the parts have been changed. They lied to me before selling the bike they say they will provide me road assistance I stuck 2 times when I asked them they denied that they had made any commitment So i had load bike on a pickup van.

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    Sanchit | 3 years ago

    SP has different colour but FI has fuel injection but increases fuel economy, helps to start the bike better in cold weather

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    Rider | 3 years ago


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