• Q. What about its vibration at 80kmph. Will it be good with respect to pick up and speed if we compare it with Dominar 400 - Bullet 500?

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    Barry | 5 months ago

    There are a number of things to reduce bullet vibrations . Look on u-tube under RE Bullet vibration.

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    Faisal | 2 years ago

    Actually many of the related person , told me that vibration is there. So, I wanted to aks basically about vibration, which I can't take it up. Please do reply.

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    Tameem | 2 years ago

    I ride it and there is no vibration as such , and moreover, owning a Royal Enfield is owning a piece of history, rest is upto you.

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