Category Archives: Duke 200

KTM Duke 200 spare parts price list and service cost

2012_KTM Duke 200

Its been almost a year since Bajaj launched the KTM Duke 200 in Indian market. Duke 200 is an international product but made for India and made in India. The 200cc liquid cooled 4 valve DOHC engine produces a mammoth 25 bhp @ 10,000 RPM with a short shift 6 speed gear box, making it a pocket rocket. The bike ... Read More »

Why and how often you should service your self (Starter motor)

Cleaning the self starter armature coil contact point

Electric or rather to common men, the push button start is now a days has become one of the integral parts of a motorcycle / bike sold in India. Advertising the self start as a feature, is now considered history since even the basic lowest end bikes are also equipped with this handy feature. However, how often do we keep ... Read More »

Difference between Motul 7100 4T vs Motul 5100 4T

Motul 5100 vs 7100

Motul is one of the favorite engine oil brand in India for motorcycle enthusiast and in local market they have a few products to chose from. Like, mineral 3000 4T Plus, Semi synthetic 5100, full synthetic 7100 and 300v. Lets compare two of its product, the good old Motul 5100 vs newly arrived Motul 7100. In Indian hot summer condition, Motul 5100 ... Read More »

What is the recommended tire / tyre pressure for KTM Duke 200 and 125

2012_KTM Duke 200

Small yet one of the most important thing about your motorcycle is the tire / tyre pressure. Tyre / tire pressure effects a host of aspect relating to riding, from safety to economy. Under-inflated or over inflated tires with less or more air pressure than recommended will result in affecting following aspects, Less air (under-inflated  tire) in tire /tyre would result in slower acceleration, ... Read More »

When to replace your disc / disk pad (front / rear)

Compare between old and new disc pad

Irrespective of what motorcycle / bike you own, now days most of the bikes are equipped with hydraulic disc brakes for better performance and low maintenance. In-fact now days, many Indian bikes (motorcycles) are coming with disc as standard in both front and rear. The primary consumable part of a hydraulic disc brake system is the brake pads which helps to ... Read More »

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