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TVS will be launching the FI version of the Apache in the 2nd week of June. In addition to the features that the Apache RTR 160 already has, the Fi version comes with these added features :

– The digital display has a feature to test the top speed achieved. It can be re-set to zero and then again you can zip and see the top speed achieved
– You can also test your 0-60km/h timing on the digital display, reset it, and do it again and again
– The rear disc comes as standard
– No choke
– No reserve knob
– The Fi will cost around 7000 more than the RTR 160, making it as costly as the Pulsar 200 but the RTR FI should be faster and more fun to ride.

More info on the Apache FI after the jump.

Here are the commercials of the new TVS Apache RTR FI


The best thing about the RTR FI is its sound, it sounds fantastic. Here is a test ride video of the RTR FI, make sure you turn your sound up and listen to the roar of this beast.

Here are the specifications of the RTR FI

Displacement: 159.7cc
Engine: Fuel injected 4-stroke single cylinder
Max. Power: 11.54kw @ 8500 ( 15.7bhp @ 8500 )
Max. Torque: 13.1 Nm @ 6500
Gear Box: 5 Speed constant mesh
Clutch: Multi-Plate Wet Type
Bore x stroke (mm): 62x 52.9
Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
Fuel system: Electronic Fuel injection

Wheels & Tyre
Wheel Type: Diecast Alloy
Tyre Front: 90 x 90 – 17
Rear: 100 X 80 – 18

Brake Front: Dia 270mm disc brake, petal type
Brake Rear: Drum 130mm dia, Optional Rear Disk brake

Front: Telescopic Hydraulic fork
Rear: Mono tube 5 step adjustable Canister – Gas filled shock absorbers

Head lamp: 12V 35/35W Halogen HS1, Clear lens with MFR
Tail lamp: 12V 0.5 W. LED-Twin triangle with prism on lens
Turn signal lamp: 12V 10W
Battery type & capacity: 12V, 9.0 Ah
Ignition system: High energy IDI System

Height: 1100 mm
Length: 2020 mm
Width: 730 mm
Wheelbase: 1300 mm
Ground Clearance: 180mm
Kerb weight: 136 kgs
Fuel Tank Capacity: 16.0 Litre

Max speed 120 kph (company claimed)

Expected Price
Rs 7000 more than the Carb version

And guess what a 180cc and 200cc Apache is on the cards, but thats for exports.