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  • Q. Is it worth buying RTR 200 4V ABS variant in trade for Fi, does fuel injection makes lot of difference to this bike and does it have slipper clutch?

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    Kunal
    Kunal | 8 months ago

    All the varients of rtr 200 4v comes with ART SLIPPER Clutch. As of now TVS did'nt launched the ABS version with FI varient. Abs is only available with carburettor version. I think ABS with carburettor version should be a smart choice rather than FI version without ABS as you will not notice much difference between FI and carburettor version.

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    Ajay
    Ajay | 8 months ago

    Slipper clutch with the ABS can make all the difference in the world. Downshifting has never been easier and filled with more confidence than this. Fi variant gives an advantage of mileage upto 2-3km extra and a 0.5 PS horsepower but ABS is really helpful.

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    Shreyas
    Shreyas | 8 months ago

    TVS apache 200 4v all variants got the ART slipper clutch and if you're more concerned to safe riding you have to take the 200 ABS rather than FI vaiant

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    Kazi_Mostafizur_Rahman
    Kazi_Mostafizur_Rahman | 8 months ago

    Bought the abs variant and to be honest if you use the good quality fuel the power or extra premium.. then the performance will be good and smooth.

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    Israr
    Israr | 6 months ago

    @ Raj | Yes it has assist slipper clutch....but its engine more noisy

    Thank you guys for your clear and easy answers it solved my confusion

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    Raj
    Raj | 8 months ago

    Yes it has assist slipper clutch....but its engine more noisy

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    Uday
    Uday | 6 months ago

    Yes, the variant not matter to having ART Slipper clutch

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    Israr
    Israr | 6 months ago

    Thank you guys for your clear and easy answers

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    Israr
    Israr | 5 months ago

    Does apache 160 4v has abs??

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