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General Discussion / Tata Nano is no More!
« on: July 11, 2018, 05:10:22 PM »
What started as one man's dreamdid become an achievement years later.  The time, the effort and that undying sense of achievement that in 2008, took the world by storm! is no more.

Yes,  it's true! Tata Motors has stopped production of the people's car! The 4 wheeler that gave so many families a chance to rekindle dreams is now just another page is the automotive history of this value-conscious country, that only looks at value for money. More is never the merrier. The hard work and effort of hundreds is now going to be called a failure! This is sad but a learning for all automotive giants, we are Middle class ruled economy, everybody wants more!

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Good Bye Nano!

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Ride, Rider stories & Travelogues / She is almost a year old!!
« on: July 10, 2018, 02:07:35 PM »
It feels like yesterday that, I saw a TVC from Bajaj saying they have  a 400 cc offering and the first advertisement just swept me off my feet. It was love at first sight, it was just one of those things that tingle your palms for that Adrenaline rush, that hidden craze because these were just dreams that I could not afford.

It definitely wasn't as classy as it seems atleast for me. I was this golden eyed kid staring at the bike looking at me everyday I passed by the showroom on my classic saying "Do you think you are good enough for me?". Well, nevertheless I muscled up the courage to walk-in to the showroom and take a closer look at her and the rest just slipped through me! Its almost a year. She celebrates her birthday on the 19th of July! and man is she amazing !!!!

Here are some glimpses of my time with this amazing beauty! The Dominar 400, My "Harley Quinn" !!!!


Its gonna be lengthy, I hope I don't bore you. I thought, why not take you through my Journey  :P

Chapter 1: How it Happened!

It was a freakishly sweaty Saturday Morning at Chennai, just up from bed for my early morning dose of Youtube and WAM!! the Dominar Ad was on my face. I had the whole weekend to myself and there was obviously the need to get my Classic to the garage for an oil Change. So, I decided to lift my otherwise super lazy rear to the Garage and get her ready for the week ahead.

I don't know what got into me, I decided to walk up to the Bajaj Showroom about a 100mts from the Garage and there she was! Sleek, staring at the Street outside and a Donkey just making her scream for no reason! (lol, no Dirty feelings. I am still talking about the Dominar)

I walk-in, a warm greeting from an unknown Stranger.

Stranger: Hello Sir! How can I help you.
Me: Just Window shopping Sir, I wanted to check this bike out. ( trying to control my emotions!)

Stranger: My name is Mithun, I can show you the bike and also help you with a Test Ride. Let me know if you are interested.

Me: (Inside) BC, Ru serious! get that bike! lets see what it can do! Enough of your Ads troubling my Youtube time!!!

(Reality) Sure Mithun  ;D ;D

(Ain't I an As****e)

So, it happens. I get the bike. Pull the Dominar out for a test ride. (My first test ride for any bike till date) I start the engine (not impressed), I raise the throttle (doesn't sound like the Advertisement), alrite then! lets see what it can do!

I start and the rest is History!

I still make sure I meet Mithun (Currently with KTM) everytime I am in Chennai. This guy introduced me to something I had not felt before. The courtesy, the simplicity of Mithun just blew me away however, he was also the guy who gave me the bad news. No Black coloured Dominar on sale yet! Buggar !!!!

Chapter 2: The Predicament :(


I have always been a fan of Black, I have never thought of a Machine in another Color, a heart breaking thought at the back of my mind in every meeting that I attend at work. What do i do ? Should I go for it? Should I wait? Should I break my Dream Run? I was lost, confused. I wanted to own the Dominar no matter what.

Life had other ideas though, Mom fell Sick, I had to run back to Bangalore. Quit my job. I am now sitting at home, trying to find another job. Listening to the constant chatter of "Why are you not going to Work!" tough times it lasted for a few Months but Determination was all I had. :( :(

Chapter 3: The Good News. :)

Out of the Blue, an unexpected call for an Interview and Guess what I am employed again!! and the next thing, I called Khivraj at Hoodi,


Me: Hello, DO you have a Dominar in Black.
Assosciate: Not yet Sir, We are expecting the Color to come out in July!

( All hell breaks loose! The Dream rekindled! My first 400cc Bike (eventhough, its 373cc my mom wouldn't know, or would she ??? she still thinks I own a Pulsar though)

Me: Ok, I will see you at 3PM, Just confirm te Delivery Dates.
Associate: Sure

Chapter 4: My Fate is Sealed!


I walk-in, pay the leftover part of my savings. Give the Documents, One more test ride on the Dominar and 3 weeks later. I had her.


Like a wave, she came roaring out of the basement parking with shining Pilot lights, still wrapped in her first covers, shining! A Matt Black Dominar. I had it! I bought it! the emotions still in my eyes! the happiness. M bundle of Joy! right there! WOW!!!! the sense of acheivement! Something mind blowing!

I dont know if I would ever feel this way about another bike again but, this was just for the better days to come. I heard the blah blah from the delivery dude and as soon as the Key hit my palm, its GAME TIME!!!

From that day (July 19th, 2018), the way I look at biking has entirely changed. The sense of touring has changed, the passion for biking and adventure is more than ever before. Every Km I Travel, every trip i complete means more than it ever did before.


I found a new me! more than everything, I found a new brotherhood. A Family that I will always cherish. Yes, its DOCB. When I joined the group, I was another Squid that was probably just an unruly mess of speed and power. I tuned myself, I learnt alot, a supportive forum of fun, knowledge and people of all age groups!.


I can never thank Bajaj enough for giving me this Bike and Tushar bhai for what he has done to mould the group to what it is today, not to forget the Admins who are the backbone of this community and every single individual who have been so suportive to make one's dream become a reality!

A heartfelt Thank you to you all! Thank you for accepting me and my Harley Quinn to your family.

I am forever in debt. She will be a year old in a few days and already over 20K on the odo. Looking forward to some more memorable rides and loads of foolishness from me!


Untill next time! Take care Gentlemen. You are all Amazing and special.

GodSpeed!


Just reliving the memories in enough to put me in tears! it's no doubt a machine but, its a machine that gave me a family I never thought I would have. Once again, Thank you!

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Trusted Petrol Pumps in Bangalore / 24 hour Bunks in Bangalore
« on: July 05, 2018, 10:52:59 AM »
Here is a list f Petrol bunks around the city that will help you in case you run out of fuel:

These bunks are some of the best bunks around but, keep your eyes open :p

  • Indian Oil ( Bommasandra and Begur) - Below EC Flyover
  • HP - Tin Factory Bus Stop
  • HP - Marathalli towards HAL
  • HP - Murgeshpalya
  • Essar and Shell near Oil Mill Road
  • Shell and Indian Oil - Bellandur
  • Shell - Sankey Tank Road

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Dominar TVC / Dominar HyperTours 2018-19
« on: July 04, 2018, 09:06:14 AM »
Get You plans ready ! This year is filed with surprises and miles to be covered before hanging the jacket off one last time.








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Alloy wheel repair / Indian Two Wheelers Alignment : kammanhalli
« on: July 04, 2018, 08:28:41 AM »
For those in need of getting your alloys fixed/balanced at an affordable price. Look no further than Kammanhalli. LOL  ;D ;D ;D ;D

So, there is the small store that does the alignment, removes all sorts of Alloy bends and repairs damages as well on the Empire hotel - Thalaserry Hotel stretch in Kammanhalli.  They are well known to most bikers who are regular squids in the city :P

In case, you ever need some assistance with your wheels. Do reach out to them.

Indian Two Wheelers Alignment
No.60/1, Nehru Road, Kammanahalli, Bangalore - 560084, Opposite To State Bank Of Hyderabad
 
Phone: +91 9379410899 / 9343842301

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General Discussion / Night rides - Do's and Dont's
« on: July 03, 2018, 11:43:04 AM »
Good Day Gentlemen and ladies  ;)

Lately, our group has started adding more than usual count of Night Rides to our Inventory. Notable points being we do have some senior riders in the pack and members that are new to the whole 350+ CC conversion.

My intentions with this write-up is simple and straight, Safety, No Casualties and a Fun environment.

Here are some Do's that you could consider as part of these events.

  • Full Riding Gear, Rain Gears are optional, Clean your helmet visors before the ride
  • Check your machines before for the right tire pressure, Oil Levels, and lets not forget a good rest even if the ride is less than a 100 kms to and fro
  • Check your lights and Fog lamps (if installed) make sure all the electrical's are Functional including your "horns"
  • Carry all necessary documents
  • Preferably use the left lane, the centre and the right lanes are for bigger and faster vehicles. No Doubt we are faster but we are still on 2 wheels.
    • These are some basics before any trip but, they take utmost priority on a Night Ride.

      Here are some Dont's, very important ones to say the least.

      • A night ride after a busy day at work can be tough on your eyes and the ability to make split second decisions, if you are tired - Flag off your sweep. He/She will gladly wait for you to recover. DO NOT PUSH YOURSELF
      • Ride at whatever speeds you are comfortable with, Standard riding rules apply irrespective of the Ride type or location. The team will back you and wait if needed.
      • Lane switching. When you ride as group you are responsible for the rider in front of you and also behind you. any sudden dodges or changes can impact the decision making of the other rider and lead to a disaster. please use your indicators and make sure you do not disturb traffic as well
      • Dont Go Crazy: Traffic and trucks can charge any rider to go crazy. A good rider knows his limits so please refrain yourself to the maximum possible.
      • Do not overtake unless necessary and always pass on the messages either over Intercom or Signals.

      Ride Safe, Be Unique. Follow your lead and maintain formation!

      Godspeed!

      P.s. Please feel free to add any points that i might have missed.

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Ride, Rider stories & Travelogues / Being ME !!
« on: July 03, 2018, 09:42:41 AM »
I have been thinking about putting my thoughts on ink for quite sometime.

Here's a little insight into why  a descent amount of bloggers write, some are just upset, depressed or want to say something to the world that they could not otherwise. I have been through that phase already. Today I am an outsider, a passionate rider, a Comedian and a firm believer in learning from my mistakes. Now, that was a serious statement! Nevertheless, enough of the that, don't you think?

Here, I am. 9 years of solid touring, crazy roads, memorable trips, a tonne of friends and a beautiful experience that cannot be summed into a single article and in other news, I am still single and happily fooling around on two wheels! LOL

I started off as a 18 year old with a Driving License and no idea what to do with it and the funny part of it being I had a "book" that was issued by the Indranagar RTO. (Digitalization did happen I Guess??  :o )

I come from a humble background, an Underdog, I have had to work my way up the ladder, be it bikes or professional life. I have been shown the door and kicked out more times than I can remember. However, none of this stopped me from getting to where I am today, "The Motivation" was always the urge to buy a bigger machine and to never run out of money for Fuel.

I started with a Kinetic Honda ZX. Back in the early days, what used to be a regular tuition class would end up being a run for the money. From Indiranagar to Nandi Hills for Tea at the hill top and back before 9:30 for my attendance at home.  :P I guess that's when I learnt there was a Squid inside me that till date creeps out on highways. i have mellowed down though, I mean, I kind off have, or something like that.... anyways........ My transition was slow and steady, Kinetic ZX to a Pulsar 150 UG 4 then the Pulsar 220, Classic 350, Himalayan (Short lived Dream) and now the Dominar 400. ( I have been a Bajaj fanboy haven't I :P )

I have never been crazy over Mods, never worried about speeds but i believe in knowing my machine to my best abilities. Actually, I made up my mind to learn these things after my first ride to Leh. It was unplanned, bitten by ego and a solid push to the finish, I probably fell down every chance i got.  ;D ;D ;D and worst, I took the Lead's words too serious. I did it on a RE 350 Classic nevertheless. It wouldnt be wrong to call the "Classic" the first Indian Tourer. (Still my opinion)

I have travelled the lengths of the Country but never shied away from a challenge, no matter the pain I will meet u in the next stop for Chai  :P Somehow, there is still the urge to ride longer and farther to a place nobody has seen or been to, camp under the stars with your always lovable packet of "Maggi" boiling on one side and just stare at that 2 wheeled beauty.

Unfortunately, I have lost the plot on why I was writing this thanks to a couple meetings that popped up. (This the hard part of the "Work - Life" balance nonsense!)

However, At the end of it all after every ride, I have always wondered, ?What do people say about me when I am not around??. There is not much you can do about this thought can you?

Be yourself, Ride for Fun, promote Safe Riding, Live for that extra mile on the ODO. There is no alternate to the wind blowing hrough your hair.

Godspeed!

To the Admin Team of DOCB:

Thank you for accepting me, my apologies for the torture I can be at Rides. I am learning and hope I am as good as all you someday!. (I am very thankful, that there is no BOT here on the forum  :D :D :D :D :D :D )

See You soon Gentlemen !!


From Your Joker

- Rohit Barui a.k.a (The Naagin guy, Black Mamba, Pupps, Sweep, and lots more to come..)

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Gadget Reviews / vnetphone v6 & v8 - Budget Intercoms
« on: July 03, 2018, 07:46:45 AM »
Here is another budget investment for your touring needs.

The Vnetphone v6 and v8 are budget friendly intercoms that are available on Ali-express and other websites.

Price: 4K to 8K INR

Both the Intercoms come with pretty much the same range and options:

● Full-duplex motorcycle helmet Bluetooth intercom for 5 riders simultaneously
● Maximum 1200 meters calling distance
● Remote controller is installed on the handle of your motorcycle, easy to operate
● Bluetooth V3.0 hands-free at range of up to 10 meters
Support NFC connection, faster transmission speed
● With FM radio function, it can be used for radio listening and FM
● Automatic answering phone calls provides convenient and safe riding journey
● Waterproof material and wind resistant design keep you worry-free about the intercom
● Built-in 550mAh Li-polymer battery for long time using
● 120 hours standby time and 8 hours continuous calling or music playing time

Specification:
Charging time: 3 hours
RDS: no
TTS: no
FM range: 87.5 - 108MHz
Speaker power: 0.25W
Working temperature: -10 Deg.C - +45Deg.C 
Charger specification: DC 5V 1000mA


Pro's:

Connects to a maximum of 4 riders + you.
can connect to Sena as well but only to one device at a time.

Cons
Cumbersome Design
You will need some time to get used to the design


Accessories:

Comes with an additional remote that you can mount to your handlebar.

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Gadget Reviews / Sena 10S
« on: June 28, 2018, 01:42:35 PM »
Sena is a major player in the Intercom industry. It wouldn't be wrong to classify this intercom brand as a luxury! with notable improvements including upgraded speakers, moving from Bluetooth 3.0 to 4.1.

Here are some of the new features this intercom offers:

New speakers with excellent volume range.
Improved Bluetooth pairing between multiple Sena units.
Ride Connected app makes it easier to connect with other riders.
Advanced Noise Control makes communication even crisper.
12 hours talk time and 10 days standby (claims proved accurate).
Ability to charge the unit?s battery while in use.
Option to use wired or boom microphone (both included).
Auxiliary port to run ear buds instead of speakers if you prefer.
Ability to connect two BT devices (e.g. Phone + GPS)

Pro's:

Affordable price point.
Relative simplicity and ease of use.
Speakers allow listening to spoken audio at highway speeds.
Sleek design that is less bulky than the 20S.


Cons:

Limited number of intercom connections.
Standard Bluetooth pairing still has room for improvement.
True range a closer match to what?s claimed.

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General Discussion / Intercom: Do you need it ?
« on: June 28, 2018, 11:02:28 AM »
Whats more important to have a classy ride to remember?  Hmmmm...???? lets see, there is the obvious option of screaming out of your helmet to the guy next to you or your pillion. LOL

There is another option to ease the pain of screaming or turning around. you can call them to stay connected or save the recharge/bills using an Intercom.

Lets begin!!!!

A helmet is perhaps the most important protective gear that you should wear when riding a motorcycle. It protects your head from the collision, reducing the likelihood of a deadly accident. The intercom on the other hand is a additional add-on to the helmet that eases communication. Bluetooth helmets/Intercoms are not only used for rider-to-rider communication. Depending on the specific product that will be chosen, you can also have it paired with your mobile phone or other riders. With this, you will have the opportunity to talk to someone in a manner that is hands-free. You will be alerted if someone is calling you. Just press a button to take the call and you can already talk as you drive. This will also be helpful when listening to music or to directions for easier navigation.

The good thing about the use of Bluetooth helmets is that the signal is pretty strong. This makes it excellent in offering hands-free connectivity, allowing the communication between two parties or devices to be clear. Especially the newer versions of Bluetooth intercoms, they utilise an advanced technology that does not only offer clarity, but also power efficiency and noise cancellation. It uses minimal power, and hence, it will take long before it can drain your battery. This is perfect even for long-distance rides. Nonetheless, if it is not used or you do not intend to use it, turn off Bluetooth to save power and to avoid it from being discovered by other networks.

Now, the question DO YOU NEED IT ?

Personally YES, its a wonderful invention to say the least. Most of the new Intercoms are water resistant as well so, riding in the rain is No Problemo! however, some intercoms tend to burn your pocket as well.

Invest wisely and make sure that you ask someone for better prices before you pick one.

Cons:

Can be bulky.

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Here is one more option with the best in Class comfort and protection.

It's the "JERES 3". (For the MotoGP fans, this is the gloves that Danilo Petrucci wears :P )

This is a typical circuit glove, it can be worn over all 4 seasons and the best part is the amount of protection this glove offers. So, lets get started.

Protection Features:
Outer Shell: kangaroo leather, Pittards goat Armortan WR100X, Pittards goat DigitalTM WR100X, cowhide, 3D air mesh, synthetic PU leather
Lining: aramide liner at backhand and tri-fleece liner at cuff
Composition:
outer shell: 91% leather, 9% polyamide
lining: 47% aramide, 28% polyester, 25% cotton
Protection: TPU hard-shell finger knuckles, TPU hard-shell little finger protector, TPU hard-shell thumb protector, double TPU hard-shell palm slider, ventilated dual-comp protector at knuckle and back hand, dual-comp protector at cuff, Temperfoam  underneath protectors, TRYONIC Impact Protection Technology at cuff, PWR|yarn
Ergonomic Features:
Fit: race fit
Adjustability: comfort adjustment strap at wrist, double adjustment tab at cuff
Ventilation: ventilation panels at cuff and fingers
Features: outside stitching, stretch lips at fingers, Pittards? DigitalTM grip patches, elastic at wrist, double cuff closure, regular cuff, harmonica construction

PRO's:

comfort adjustment strap - YES
double adjustment tab - YES
ventilation panels - YES
3D air mesh - YES
Palm Slider - YES (Hard Shell)
Aluminium Protector - YES
Foam- YES
Knuckle Protectors - YES
Impact Protection - YES
Ventilation - YES
Finger Protection - YES ( Hard Shell)

Overall this is a really good glove and can save you from any level of impact.

CONS:

Oh Yes! so much of protection doesn't come cheap. Its priced between 11-12.5K INR or about 300$ on websites outside India.

As always, try it before you buy it! Nothing matters more than coming back with everything that you went out with! :p Just Kidding

Happy Riding folks!




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ECU Update 117 / ECU Update 117: The Hype
« on: June 21, 2018, 07:51:57 AM »
*Disclaimer: DOCB does not by any-means recommend such tests! This was done out of my personal interest to share my experiences with the Brotherhood!. We are against such activities and request you NOT TO TRY IT WITHOUT SUPERVISION*

Good Day!

Yes, its official. ECU Update 117 for ABS and 118 for Non-ABS is now available at Kasturba Bajaj.

I got it updated on June 20, 2018. I have ridden 128kms as a test run. Before we get into the details here are some of the things that the ECU does:

Control of air?fuel ratio
Control of idle speed
Control of variable valve timing
Electronic valve control

Fancy ain't it? You can never say what if all of this has changed, increased, decreased or was even catered to in the update! Nevertheless, lets leave the technical Jazz to the big guns and get to what we understand.

Power: Very slight increase in power but, enough to give you that sudden boost that was missing in 116. You will surely jump out of the signal being the first one out but ul still have to stop at the next one!
Throttle Response: Improved, much smoother transition between gears.
RPM Limit: Still Stuck at 8.5, Top Speed 169 during the ride
Clutch response: No Changes, you do feel that extra power on the clutch but it wouldn't make a difference on long rides.
Vibrations: No Changes
ABS Response: Slightly quicker, ABS kicks in a little faster than before.
MILEAGE: I did a Speed Run, I doubt there is a increase.

Please note, this is my opinion on what i have received and to make sure that i check the absolute brute force the update provides I have changed the Engine oil (Release On) and the Oil Filter.

My Clutch plates and sprockets were recently replaced so, Part Aging has been removed from the equation.

Ride Safe, Please do not try this by yourself. Make sure you are wearing your riding gear at all times. Take care!

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For those folks that are not fans of wearing riding Gears, here is an option to save you from a major impact.

Tryonic Feel 3.7 Back Protector:

Outer Shell     

Stretchable mesh fabric surrounded by thermoformed padding ,
Polypropylene Outer Shell ,
EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) inner core
Protection       

Level 2 (3,7kN)
EN 1621-2 standard
 

Ergonomically shaped to follow the contour of the body fluently and its Adjustable.

T.C.F. - Tryonic Custom Fit closure system (patented)

Ventilation     

Stretch mesh panel
Air vent channels in outer shell

Features         

Tryonic Vertebra joint system (patented)
Tested for Winter Sports to -20? C
Average weight 768 gr

I would always recommend a Riding jacket but this is the next best thing. Priced around 8-11k INR, there are other options as well but, my recommendations are to go for the best as there is no replacement to life.

Happy Riding!

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Dominar Modification Accessories / Basic Needs for a Tourer
« on: June 20, 2018, 09:50:52 AM »
Good Day!

With big bikes comes bigger engines and alot of craziness! the Bajaj Dominar has obviously taken this itch up a notch after the craziness that RE had put into our heads. Lately, I have noticed alot of riders that throw caution to the air and take touring for granted. There are alot of things that can go wrong in a ride however, having the right setup and tools can reduce the pain of getting stranded or waiting for RSA.

Let's get started:

The most important thing for me on a long ride is comfort. The Bajaj Dominar comes with a bean type perimeter frame and Multi Step Adjustable Mono Shock (jazzy) Nevertheless, like every other bike the seat is quite comfortable for a shorter ride however, the longer hauls do tend to stress you (you know where).

So, here are a couple of things that I use.

I have a 25mm Handle bar Raiser from Carbon Racing (chose this product for its quality, there are many other options available as well), this changes my seating position from Aggressive to a more straighter back and reduces the stress on the elbow.
Fego Float: A definite investment that saves you from a lot of Pain. This product is more like a rip-off of the Ride-On Air. However, comes at a pretty cheap price. (I bought it for 1399 INR. Product is also available on Amazon)

The above items should be more than enough to satisfy you on the ride. there is nothing else required as such.

Here are some other things that might interest you as well.

1) SAFETY

Don't forget your riding gear, Rain/Thermal Liners depending on where you are going. Extra pair of gloves and DON'T FORGET YOUR PILLION. He/She sitting behind also needs to have the same level of safety as you do. Your pillion is also prone to Injuries, Don't forget to take adequate safety measure for you loved ones as well.

Carry a Medical Kit as well: Band-Aids, Antiseptics, pain Killers and ORS should do the trick.

2) Tools

Whats worse then a Puncture or losing engine oil/coolant in the ride?

Well, nothing that i can think of.

Always carry your tool kit from the Manufacturer with an extra set of Pliers, Spanners (Size 6-16), .
Some screws- M6, M8, M10 (cos you never know when some fall off)
A Puncture Kit with a tyre inflator or a foot pump.
Spark Plugs, Extra piece of Wire, 500ml Engine oil and 200ml Coolant.
Chain Lube and Chain Cleaner.

3)Bike Mods:

This is where most guys go crazy, you only need the basics to keep your luggage and save you from impact so,

Knuckle guards, Top rack, Saddle stays and fog lamps should do it. If you are regularly riding with a pillion go for a Back rest. Otherwise, its just going to be Jazz and additional weight that is going to drop your mileage.

Don't Forget to do your pre-checks before you take her out on the ride. Ride Safe, wear your gear and hope this post helps.

#ATGATT
 


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Gadget Reviews / SJCAM SJ7 Star
« on: June 20, 2018, 09:04:42 AM »
SJCAM SJ7 STAR

Finding a good quality 4K action camera with all added features is quite a difficult task. SJCAM has solved this with the SJ7 Star.

So, here is some techy stuff this camera does:

Dimensions: 60?41?30mm / 2.3?1.6?1.1″
Weight: 74g / 2.6oz
Sensor: Sony IMX117 16 MP
Chipset: Ambarella A12S75
Field of View: 166?
Video resolutions: 4K 30/25fps; 2.7K 30fps; 2.5K 60/30fps; 1440p 60/30fps; 1080p 120/60/30fps; 720p 200/120/60/30fps
Bitrate: 60Mbps
Photo: 16MP
Modes: Single Shot, Burst, Time-Lapse, Video+Photo, Car Mode, Underwater
Features: WiFi, 2″ LCD touchscreen, Digital Image Stabilization, External Mic
Ports: MiniUSB, MicroHDMI, MicroSD card slot
Memory: MicroSD with Class 10 and SDXC cards, up to 128GB
Battery life: 70 minutes of 4K at 30fps, 65 minutes of 1080p at 60fps

My views:

The design is quite simple and supports wifi module that you can connect to your phone, this minimizes the fuzz while recording on the go. Has an inbuilt speaker as well.
Supports photo and time lapse and comes with an aluminium body. There is a large LCD touchscreen (2 inches to be exact). The video quality is spot on and at least as good as GoPro and Sony flagships, if not better.
SJ7 is priced between 8-17k INR and comes with a wide range of accessories as well.

Cons:

No Stabalization on 4K

Things to look out for:

With the growing number of rides, comes the growing demand to document life's cherished memories! Choose wisely, don't burn your pocket :p
Happy Documenting!!! :)

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