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  • Q. I am planning to buy a Royal Enfield 2020 Classic 350 signals edition by the end of August, I'm really concerned about the missing issues of these BS4 engines will there be any method we can adapt from the BS6 engines to resolve this issue (hoping that this issue is not present in BS6 engines), should I wait for the BS6 variants (I'm not very fond of the aesthetics of the BS6 variants)

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    Ananthu
    Ananthu | 2 years ago

    (By engines I also mean the inconvenience caused )by the charcoal canister and valves association with it

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