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  • Q. KTM 390 DUKE or Yamaha YZF R3 in fuel economy?
    Rohit | 1 year ago

    When your comparing 390 and r3 you should not see fuel economy. coz this bikes are track based bikes you need to enjoy the torque and power

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  • Q. If R3 in driven in 80 to 110 kmph speed what will be the average & what is the service cost?
    Dev | 7 months ago

    80-110 KMPH for around 15 mins straight should give you an average of 32 kmpl as shown on the metre. The servicing cost should not be more than 2000 for oil change and 2800 approx with oil filter and air filter change.

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  • Q. How many kilometers can the bike run after getting reserved till empty - YZF R3?
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    Yamaha YZF R3 comes with a 14 Litres tank and the exact amount of fuel left in bike varies from bike to bike but the last fuel indicator bar starts blinking when there is around 1-2 litres fuel left in the tank. How long will it go depends on the mileage of the bike and driving style.

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  • Q. Which one is faster RC 390 or R3?
    Kapil | 1 year ago

    You need to understand R3 is twin cylinder and RC390 is Single cylinder although power output is 2 bhp higher of RC390 but smoothness of twin cylinder and diamond chasis of R3 cant be matched by KTM.If you good rider and just need half a mile sprint than both will give you similar speed but on longer stretches twin cylinder smoothness and Yamaha R3 ease to ride go long way

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  • Q. Is this bike good for long rides - YZF R3?
    Adi | 2 months ago

    I have 19,000 kmph on my 2015 R3 and it still can cruz 150kph - 160kph with no problems. In 4 years I had no issues with my pure stock R3.

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  • Q. I have been using KTM RC 200 it is thrill to ride but I am looking forward to buy 300 cc bikes which one should I go and why please help me out I had Ninja 300, R3and CB 300R in mind or any launch that I can wait and go and I feel R3 little expensive over Ninja is it okay to go still?
    Dev | 7 months ago

    Yamaha R3 is a definite yes. However V3 of the yzf R3 is expected to launch by the year's end. Ninja 300 on the other hand is a big disappointment as the brake calipers are all changed, tyres aren't what they are supposed to be and nor do they have USD suspension. And as for the 300r, we can just wait for it as it is also a very reliable machine. Hands up for the Yamaha R3 any day.

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