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    The bike is using too much petrol due to factory default adjustments for running period. After 1000 km, they will change configuration and petrol consumption will decrease to standard level.

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    I have some questions.
    What should I do and what should I avoid during running period?
    What should be the air pressure in front-back tire during summer and winter?

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    MashAllah. congrats on the purchase.

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    everything is mentioned in owner's manual .Give it a read
    A word to the wise ain't necessary - it's the stupid ones that need the advice.

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    @sunny234 Thx Bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamza64 View Post
    everything is mentioned in owner's manual .Give it a read
    I've read almost half of it.
    About air pressure they have written 22 PSI for front tire and 28 PSI for rear tire. (But these terms aren't familiar to our local mechanics)

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    Got some info
    Quote Originally Posted by zee991 View Post
    What should I do and what should I avoid during running period?
    Just avoid getting at speed higher than 60km/h. Also avoid rapid speeding.
    Quote Originally Posted by zee991 View Post
    What should be the air pressure in front-back tire during summer and winter?
    It should be 35/45. Don't know units as do our mechanics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zee991 View Post
    I've read almost half of it.
    About air pressure they have written 22 PSI for front tire and 28 PSI for rear tire. (But these terms aren't familiar to our local mechanics)
    they are familiar to the numbers only. just say them" pichlay main 28 aur aglay main 22 kar do"

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    Quote Originally Posted by farhan678 View Post
    they are familiar to the numbers only. just say them" pichlay main 28 aur aglay main 22 kar do"
    Ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by zee991 View Post
    Got some info

    Just avoid getting at speed higher than 60km/h. Also avoid rapid speeding.
    MASHALLAH nice ride Good luck bro. keep the speed below 50 km/h and avoid riding at the same speed for long distance. And dont neglect the maintenance procedure mentioned in the manual.
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    Congratulations, ride safely !

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    mubarak ho ge....
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    MashAllah.........Allah naseeb kery.........plz hahista chalana.........cuz life is precious
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    Congratulations brother
    so you finally decided to go for the Junoob
    Thats nice choice you made there xD

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    Congratulations!
    I hope that this bike serves you well and fulfills your demands.
    Do take good care of it as most of its body parts including mudguards are made up of plastic.
    Be safe.
    One of the most difficult things in the world is to know how to do something, and to watch without comment, somebody else do it incorrectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehawk1 View Post
    MASHALLAH nice ride Good luck bro. keep the speed below 50 km/h and avoid riding at the same speed for long distance. And dont neglect the maintenance procedure mentioned in the manual.
    Thx bro. I'll follow ur instructions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssamm86 View Post
    Congratulations, ride safely !
    Thx bro. Yeah, safety first.

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    mubarak ho ge....
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