Free upgrades for TVS RR310 owners: ECU maps, better refinement and rideability

The TVS RR310 is a very very good motorcycle that, like any other first-generation motorcycle had its share of shortcomings; in its first set of updates that will be retroactive for those that have already bought the bike, TVS aims to take on the vibrations and some other short comings.

By: | Published: March 18, 2019 4:40 PM

TVS’ RR310 their flagship offering is scheduled to get a smorgasbord of updates not just for new bikes, but also for bikes that they have already sold. The updates are aimed at polishing away the shortcomings of the motorcycle to ensure it lives up to the hype that surrounds it. For one vibration management has been sorted by with the inclusion of new bar-end weights and a new chain roller, that have been perfected for smoother rides even at high speeds. Aerodynamics have been aided too in the form of a new front visor that lets you get completely tucked in under the vision, which could, in theory, give you a few extra kms in terms of top speed, subjectively of course.

TVS has planned the upgrade roll out for all customers, meaning those who own the bike will be notified via SMS or whenever they come in for their scheduled service. The TVS Apache RR 310, is TVS’ first attempt at building a faired motorcycle which means that these incremental on-the-fly updates were expected along the way to ensure that it keeps its standing in the market with strong rivals all over. Powering the RR310 is a 313cc, liquid and oil-cooled single-cylinder engine that TVS jointly developed with BMW Mottorad and is shared with the BMW G 310 R.

In fact, even down to the frame the RR310 and G310 R are almost identical siblings, although the rear sub-frame has been redesigned for more a track-friendly stance. In addition, the RR310 also gets a gill for better heat dissipation, with KYB suspension with USD forks and a monotube floating mono-shock at the rear

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