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  • Q. What is the air pressure of front wheel and back wheel - Imperiale 400?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The optimum tyre pressure for the Benelli Imperiale 400 is 32psi and 36psi for the front and rear tyre, respectively. For more details, you may refer to the user manual of the bike.

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    Jaidev
    Jaidev | 1 year ago

    32 psi in the front, 36 psi in the back.

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    Bike awesome good comfort rideing position superrr.Suspension goodnice lookperformance superrri love benelli.

  • 5.0

    Super power full bike and nice look.Good position of rider and pillion.Superb braking system.In cities and katcha road.

  • 4.6

    Great cruise bike for long drie.I have drive 100km without rest.No pain in back, Like other cruise bike.

  • 4.6

    Good looking, With a good pickup & vibration free.Stylish & heavy build quality.Go if you want yo look different, Everyone definitely going to give you a look.

  • 5.0

    I have been driving imp 400 for last 9 months.Drove around 10000 km where i did not drive during the 3 month lockdown.So on an average i drive around 1500-2000 km per month.Its a excellent vehicle to drive.No match.

  • 2.6

    Engine heat is unbearable comparing to royal enfield thunderbird / classic 350 harmful to mens balls, Seat is having a saddle seat like sripngs but cant relay on them they are hard wont absorb shock for me i m 76kgs, Require large radius to take you turn, Gear shifting is very clanky and crisp ll get into neutral when you shift down on turns from 2 to 1 st slightly may loose control when leaning to curve unknowingly bike get into its neutral gear an loose engine breaking, Light visibility is far lowwer than royal enfield classic350/standard 350, Design wise up to the pillon footrest is very good after that up to tail lamps its weirdestly packed

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