TVS Apache RR 310, the one and only sports runner from brand’s stable. Impressive in style, build quality and performance, the motorcycle gets updated silently in lieu of supplying more refined performance. In fact, the motorcycle has a serious issue of vibrations especially in the batches delivered before the current one. TVS was aware of such major cause and has been working to update bike with optimised components in a bid of reducing vibrations of conveying a more refined Apache RR 310 to the biking enthusiasts. Keep up the same silently taken initiative, the Chennai based bikemaker is contacting with the existing Apache RR 310 owners to brings their bikes to the dealerships for an update.
The little investigation brings out that TVS is updating four components on the Apache RR 310. The first and most significant is the ECU which is being re-tuned for smooth revving throughout the rev range. It will not only refine the bike’s performance but also return an improved fuel efficiency.
Next in the queue is the windscreen which will be studded with piping around edges near the fairing to reduce humming sound. Further, the bar-end weights which play a vital role in reducing vibrations in the handlebar have been enlarged and heavier than earlier. Last but not least, the component that checks marked in the update list is a chain roller rebuilt with a softer metal and is expected to reduce chain noise.
All the TVS Apache RR 310 models available at the dealerships are liable to get this update free of cost. It will take around 3 hours to retrofit bike with these updates. Also, the company is offering a choice of getting these update during the next service if one is not willing to update immediately.
These new updates will make the Apache RR 310 more potent nominee in the 300cc sports bikes. Priced at INR 2.23 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the TVS flagship with adequate power, comfortable and dynamic riding would be a considerable option with good value for money worth.