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  • Q. I have a Thunderbird Classic 350 with me. can i install a ABS in it?
    Yashwant | 6 months ago

    Brother please decide first it's must be thunderbird or classic but as if you need answer so you can but it will cost a good amount of money.

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    Harbrinder | 6 months ago

    Now Royal Enfield comes with ABS. Check with Authorised service centre if they can fit ABS. Be sure to fit genuine parts only.

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  • Q. In bullet family which one is the best bike?
    Inamul | 5 days ago

    For city n touring Thunderbird 350 is the beat

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    Vasudevan | 1 week ago

    For city ride ,thunderbird 350is good.

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  • Q. I want to buy Thunderbird 350 but Confused between 350 and 350X. I like Handle bar, seat, looks and Colors of 350. Whereas 350x has tubeless tyres and alloy wheels.. Which one should I go for?
    Moorthy | 8 months ago

    As per my opinion , you should go for TB 350 , why ? Because , it’s some some unique features like , cruising handle bar, back rest, better look than X and it gives a manly look , instead of paying few thousand bucks , u can save on this TB 350. Only tubeless tyre does means lot to you , you can also fix tubeless tyres on this one , but you have sell the original on to someone else and u can fix it . Go for regular tyre , that’s good one . Go for it , no second thought . Have a good ride .

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    Sahil | 7 months ago

    Thunderbird 350 is the best choice. As ThunderBird model is specially designed for Cruising, Short handle in TB350X ruins the experience. plus pillion is not comfortable in TB350X. I don't think Tubeless tyres matters as I have riden bike for more than 50 days in past 3 years in Himalayan territory while off-riding during my 3 Bike Trips still No puncture at all..!! And Spokes work better than Alloys. (That is my personal Experience. Sirf ShowBaazi ke liye koi kuch bhi chalta hai.)

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  • Q. Does RE 350 TB has the feature called fuel to go empty and time
    Sahil | 7 months ago

    Yes, TBTS 350 shows Time but not "Distance to Empty" But I don't feel it's important. It can easily cover more than 80 km once in Reserve mode. 350 model has ON-OFF-RESERVE knob.(TBTS 500 has no such option.)

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    Vijay | 7 months ago

    Reserve is 4.5 ltrs. Its up to you, in which conditions you are driving. Almost all Indians are literate and can calculate the distance.

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  • Q. I am 5ft 2inch is it good for me to buy thunderbird 350?
    Krishan | 2 days ago

    Riding position of Thunderbird 350 is very good and you enjoyed riding day by day. Thunderbird is superb in terms of balance and comfortable riding, I have Thunderbird 350 and interceptor 650 both but if anyone asked for better riding experience than my answer is Thunderbird only.I covered 550km in single day without tried and much excited while riding.Hight is not a issue as you mentioned but weight of this beast is may be 198kg.Overall prediction for Thunderbird 350 is a very good package.

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    Ajith | 5 months ago

    No. dude it doesn't suit you.. ofcourse anyone can drive anybike if they really want but problem how much comfortable they will be with it ? that's the question mark .my friend is 5'6 he doesn't feel comfortable in it especially it weighs 192 kg and power delivery is not that good so probably in traffic you will be why did you choose this bike.. so if you like cruiser kind of bike avenger is the perfect cruiser than re bikes .and its so light so it will be so opt for you..or you can even try um bikes.

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  • Q. I am 5'5", can I easily control this bike?
    Aditya | 5 months ago

    Yes, Seat height is as low as 775mm. Handlebar positions are different for normal and 'X' version. If you are commuter then I will suggest you to go for 'X' Version. Bike is quite flickable inspite of it's weight and also it is easy to handle as well

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    Ajith | 5 months ago

    5'6 may be correct height but I would suggest you to take test drive . because if you want to drive in city most then you may feel it's weight..but if you love that bike then close your eyes and purchase it.

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  • Q. I'm 5.9 ft tall. Is Thunderbird 350 fit my requirement
    Moorthy | 4 days ago

    Of course. Why not ? You are the right person to drive a RE Thunderbird. That’s undoubtedly will suits you . No second thought , just get on the road and start cruising. Best of luck for your new RETB.

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    Temple | 6 months ago

    Has anyone checked out the 650 Bullet twin cyl engine, posted real informal reviews and compared this to old Madras bullets 350/500cc. The ones on youtube are just formalAwaiting the 650 bullet overseas launch and pricing. Hope that happens soon so we can buy

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  • Q. Does is look good on a person with slim body?
    Aditya | 4 months ago

    Yes, definitely as it has lower seat height, better turning radius, handlebar position is curved towards rider for comfortable rides. Bike is meant for riding purpose not for just moving around, you can start the bike maneuver the way you want. It's quite flickable as well. I'll definitely suggest you to go for it, if you want a good tourer as well as most comfortable commuter

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    Shaikh | 4 months ago

    Hi Satish, Your weight doesn't matter when you buy a bike, unless ur weight is more than the bike's.TB350 is a heavy bike. But it all depends on your purpose and your strength. Bike feels heavy initially but gradually u get acquainted with its weight. Its actually the weight of the bike that keeps it steady and stable on road with proper grip.Take a test ride before you buy.

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  • Q. I am 6.4ft high, is it suitable for me?
    Ranjith | 2 months ago

    6.4 doesn't matters coz it's a cruiser u can comfortably sit and place ur foot .And also u have enough height it increase the confidence more to have superb handling on Thunderbird..just make a test drive.sure u ll be mad at comfortable.

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    Savijeet | 1 week ago

    Yes it is. I am 6'1" and find it very comfortable. you can modify the handlebars to make it comfortable for your riding position also

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  • Q. I own Yamaha R15 facing problem now regarding seating as with family can't sit in upscaled seat in sports bike. I mostly used for city rides I want bike with one single long seat but bike should be more powerful and less maintenance freek which one should I go budget 1 to 2 lach thinking of RE Thunderbird but heard of much vibration and poor engine design. Please help
    Vineet | 2 months ago

    Dominar is a sureshot winner. Highway cruising, city riding, pillion seat comfort, performance, maintenance costs...It beats RE in every single department, practically. And I can vouch for this, coz I've ridden my TB350 all over the country, and clocked over 40k kms.

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    Prasenjit | 2 months ago

    To be honestly there is no comparison between the two bikes but in terms of seating comfort its obviously RE thunderbird, but yes there are too much vibration, & not sure whether I can be called high in maintenance, its moderate....

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