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    Friends i have yamaha junoon 2006 model 45000 km done but now its time to overhaul its engine, kindly suggest me any good mechanic for engine rebuild thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by taurus786 View Post
    Friends i have yamaha junoon 2006 model 45000 km done but now its time to overhaul its engine, kindly suggest me any good mechanic for engine rebuild thanks
    bro overhaulding in just 45k kms the junoon is very high quality bike my uncle junoon cover 100k on original engine my is 2006 model but 22k km done and I am very saticfied with its quality

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    What makes you think that your Jnuoon needs an overhaul? Have it started loosing power? What problems you're facing?
    As the other guy said, 45k km isn't that much mileage. I've seen Dhoom 70's touching 100k kms and still running strong.

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    lagta hay ap nay bike ko.bohat manda hay aur us ki care nahin ki warna 45k kuch bhi nahin

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    Dear, engine is reducing engine oil + sound tikk tik, giving smoke, goes not upto 80 i have bought it used with weak engine, now i want to rebuild the engine

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    Quote Originally Posted by taurus786 View Post
    Dear, engine is reducing engine oil + sound tikk tik, giving smoke, goes not upto 80 i have bought it used with weak engine, now i want to rebuild the engine
    From what I know...
    If its thick black smoke then It does sounds like it desperately needs an overhaul. Your piston rings might be leaking and thats what causing engine oil to drip into the combustion chamber and since engine oil can't burn properly, you're seeing thick black smoke out of the exhaust.
    If the smoke is light grey, like a 2 Stroke engine's smoke, then it means your bike is running rich on petrol. In that case, you need to tune your carb. An engine running too rich can't work in optimal condition and hence can't reach its top speed. But since you've mentioned "reducing engine oil" I highly doubt thats the case with your bike, sorry for the bearer of bad news!
    As for knocking or "tick-tick" sound, its related to valves. Get your valves cleared from a mechanic and it'll be solved.
    Hope it helps.

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