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    Question I am a New Rider - Need your help!

    Dear friends,
    Asslam-o-Alaikum,
    I am a new rider so I need your help regarding some qustions, it will take just a couple of minute:
    Q 1: I have completed only 45Km on my new Unqiue UD-70, what I only know about break-in/running process is that, that I shouldn’t cross the limit of 40km in any gear, avoid pillion riding or heavy weight and to change oil after 500km. This is all I know. Please rectify me if I am wrong anywhere.
    Q 2: As I am a new learner as well, I face problems while applying/removing of gears. Lets say when I shift gears from first to second, engine produces an ibnormal sound like“takk”. What possibly the cause of this problem?
    Q 3: how much time it will take to complete the registration process of a bike? I mean when i will be receiving my bike’s number plate? I purchased bike very last tuesday, should I call to dealer about it?

    As my bike is new, do you have any suggestion/advice/tips for me that how can I maintain my bike in a good way?
    Thank you so very much for your co-operation


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    Wsalam..!
    You knw good about break-in process but you must have to change OIL after 300km.

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    Bro mainly you need to make sure that you dont exceed 50% speed limit for each gear. For 70cc bikes it is safe. Changing the oil at 300kms is better than changing at 500kms because the oil that the bike comes with from the manufacturer is usually sub-standard. I'de recommend that you change the oil at 300kms and then at 800kms then get the tuning done at 1000kms. No need to change the oil then. After changing the oil at 800kms, change it every 1000kms.

    About the Clicking sound when changing the gear, That is because of poor co-ordination between the clutch and the gear lever. You will learn it with time. The clutch might need some adjustment. Take it to a mechanic and he will adjust the clutch setting.

    The number plate usually comes within a week or ten days in Punjab. Not sure about Karachi. Hope this is helpful
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    Quote Originally Posted by chery1 View Post
    Bro mainly you need to make sure that you dont exceed 50% speed limit for each gear. For 70cc bikes it is safe. Changing the oil at 300kms is better than changing at 500kms because the oil that the bike comes with from the manufacturer is usually sub-standard. I'de recommend that you change the oil at 300kms and then at 800kms then get the tuning done at 1000kms. No need to change the oil then. After changing the oil at 800kms, change it every 1000kms.

    About the Clicking sound when changing the gear, That is because of poor co-ordination between the clutch and the gear lever. You will learn it with time. The clutch might need some adjustment. Take it to a mechanic and he will adjust the clutch setting.

    The number plate usually comes within a week or ten days in Punjab. Not sure about Karachi. Hope this is helpful
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    Thanks to all
    Speciall chery1 you really briefly told every thing, thank you buddy.
    Take care

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    i dont think it matters
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muzammil73 View Post
    i dont think it matters
    Which thing bro?tell clearly.
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