The One and The Only – Dilip Bam


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From his road test report of the Kinetic Honda scooter in Car & Bike International magazine:lol!::

"The ride from Ponda to Londa on Kinetic Honda is one of the most enjoyable, serene, silent and picturesque rides in India."
 
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Though I never read his reviews in past, happen to know about him a couple of years back. Came across few of his reviews and they were really interesting.

Wonderful thread Sam, worth reading it.
 
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He is planning to cross the Sahara desert on a 100cc motorcycle in October this year. Mind you he has already done it many years back on a Kinetic Honda. Mind you again, he is more than 65 years old.
 

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Dilip Bam is selling off a few workshop manuals. Sharing the list in case it might help any TAI-Ger out there. BTW He's celebrating 68th birthday today. :smile:

  • LML Adreno (100 Pages)

  • Kinetic K4—100 (47 Pages)

  • Yamaha RXG 132 cc (150 Pages)

  • Kinetic Honda Marvel (200 Pages)

  • Kinetic Honda scooter (200 Pages)

  • Rajdoot 175 – 2-stroke. (40 Pages)

  • Avanti Garelli moped VIP-3. (20 Pages)

  • Bajaj Pulsar 180 – Non DTSi. (125 Pages)

  • Yamaha (Escorts Yamaha) YBX 125 (200 Pages)

  • Bajaj RTZ – 2-stroke with circuit diagram. (130 Pages)

  • LML Scooters Service Station Manual of combined NV Special + Star + Select 2 + Supremo. (200 Pages)

  • TVS-Suzuki motorcycles. All 2-strokes including AX100, Samurai, Supra, Supra poweUp, Shogun. (200 Pages)
Drive Safe,
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A Very Happy Birthday to Mr. Dilip Bam! His soul is filled with BIKING!!!
 
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Re: The One and The Only – Dilip Bam

Dilip Bam is selling off a few workshop manuals. Sharing the list in case it might help any TAI-Ger out there. BTW He's celebrating 68th birthday today. :smile:

  • LML Adreno (100 Pages)

  • Kinetic K4—100 (47 Pages)

  • Yamaha RXG 132 cc (150 Pages)

  • Kinetic Honda Marvel (200 Pages)

  • Kinetic Honda scooter (200 Pages)

  • Rajdoot 175 – 2-stroke. (40 Pages)

  • Avanti Garelli moped VIP-3. (20 Pages)

  • Bajaj Pulsar 180 – Non DTSi. (125 Pages)

  • Yamaha (Escorts Yamaha) YBX 125 (200 Pages)

  • Bajaj RTZ – 2-stroke with circuit diagram. (130 Pages)

  • LML Scooters Service Station Manual of combined NV Special + Star + Select 2 + Supremo. (200 Pages)

  • TVS-Suzuki motorcycles. All 2-strokes including AX100, Samurai, Supra, Supra poweUp, Shogun. (200 Pages)
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That is wonderful news. I would be personally interested in 2 Stroke TVS Bikes manual. so how do we go about buying the manuals and what is the cost. Please include the details if they are available.

Cheers
 
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That is wonderful news. I would be personally interested in 2 Stroke TVS Bikes manual. so how do we go about buying the manuals and what is the cost. Please include the details if they are available.

Cheers
You may ping him on his facebook page. Let me know if you need his email id and I shall PM it to you.
 
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Friends,

Sad Update!

Mr. Dilip Bam left for his heavenly abode. For details please check his Facebook Profile

Akash
That is really sad news, First it was Dhabhar Behram aka Father of Thar, he was closely working on the hexa project and now Dilip Bam.

Indian automotive loosing stalwarts .

RIP Dilip Bam Sir.
 
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One of my friend , who was living nearby said, it was all sudden. He was a no nonsense man and he was not only an auto enthusiast,but a walking encyclopedia of information.RIP.
 

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