• Q. Is it required to flush engine of Yamaha FZS V3 after 10000km of riding? If required, then which engine flush oil is best ?

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    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    It is not mandatory to flush the engine after a running of 10,000kms and neither it is a recommended parameter. Moreover, you may have it done on a regular basis for better health of the engine. For more details, you may refer to the user manual of your bike or connect with the nearest authorized service center.

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    Shubham | 2 months ago

    It is preferred to habe engine flushed after every 3-5k kms for better rifing and engine performance. I always prefer to use Yamalube with this.

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  • 4.6

    Tank fibre quality is very low and it breaks easily in short duration of fine this bike not made for indian roads

  • 1.4

    Tank fibre quality is very low and it breaks easily in short duration of fine this bike not made for indian roads

  • 4.6

    Yamaha fzs-fi v3 is one of best bikes in 150 cc segment, Where its blue core engine make it super among all of them, Nice on highway and street conditions, Top speed in 112 but it will not bother you, Stylish bike with mileage of 60 as i am getting from by bike as daily commuter.Handling and handle position is very much comfortable, What els we need from a bike.

  • 3.8

    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.

  • 4.2

    Best for comfort, Breaking, Mileage but not good for stylish look, Top speed.Maintainable with medium cost.

  • 4.2

    Service cost heavy and spare parts or heavy so discrese the spare parts price and service ing cost are heavy

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