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Adiva ADtre owner's thread


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Hi all Adiva ADtre owners-to-be, let's report in here with your nick, color and cc of your AD3 which you have booked. Hopefully can facilitate future meet-ups and share knowledge on the bike.

 

1.Ben1112 - Matte black/300cc

2.Andre - White/ 300cc

3.Landwaster - Matte black/300cc

4.Sazman - White/ 300cc

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After riding it for about 20kms+ the initial impression is that this bike is very heavy to handle during parking maneuvers but once on the go is very stable like a tank. The 300cc engine is quite punchy and responsive, adequate for the 200 odd kilogram of weight.

 

There are some very slight squeaky sounds while hitting bumps in corners, not sure if it will go away but it is not very intrusive.

 

Yesterday after collecting the bike a taking it out for a spin I realised the speedo was not working. U turn back to Mah to get it rectified. I was told the cable got disconnected so please take note.

 

Will update more after further mileage.

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After riding it for about 20kms+ the initial impression is that this bike is very heavy to handle during parking maneuvers but once on the go is very stable like a tank. The 300cc engine is quite punchy and responsive, adequate for the 200 odd kilogram of weight.

 

There are some very slight squeaky sounds while hitting bumps in corners, not sure if it will go away but it is not very intrusive.

 

Yesterday after collecting the bike a taking it out for a spin I realised the speedo was not working. U turn back to Mah to get it rectified. I was told the cable got disconnected so please take note.

 

Will update more after further mileage.

 

Check the main stand rubber roller/stopper. I had that on mine over uneven road and hump although different model :p

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I've got no experience with 3 wheelers, so I've got a question.

 

This bike able to balance itself without putting your foot down at a stand still?

The things you own, end up owning you.

 

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I've got no experience with 3 wheelers, so I've got a question.

 

This bike able to balance itself without putting your foot down at a stand still?

 

It not meant to but it can. If you place the bike 95% upright or more it will remain upright with both foot off the ground. Shift your weight too much at it will tilt with accelerating speed. In other words you can stand it upright if you balance carefully. Not as impossible as an two wheeler.

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Mileage 100km - Today rode it in the midday drizzle, observed that the rear tire kicks up a lot of water and very high too. The rainwater kicked up managed to hit the boot and even up to the rear portion of the roof, even a few specks of watermark was found under the roof. Might be a good idea to look into mudguard extension.

 

Also a lag in power delivery is observed sometimes, feels like the clutch is slipping esp under light throttle. Open up the throttle more and a surge comes a moment after the initial lag/slip.

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Your matte black looks awesome dude! Anyway I think for CVT, its normal to give a little more throttle at the initial acceleration... I personally does that with my Gilera but once the bike moves off, the throttle can be reduced.

 

Thanks for the compliments bro. Do you still need to know the measurement for the front track? I can try to find a measuring tape at my workplace and measure for you.

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Thanks for the compliments bro. Do you still need to know the measurement for the front track? I can try to find a measuring tape at my workplace and measure for you.

 

It would be a pleasure if you can share the track dimensions... Personally I see a great advantage of this bike here if consumers are more informed.

 

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The MP3 LT front track is 46.5 cm. That means the Ad3 front wheel distance is at least 18 cm wider... That's quite a large difference!

 

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I measured from outside of each tyre.

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