Dual Exhaust Mojo 300ABS BS4August 21, 2020
A Dual Exhaust Mojo 300ABS BS6 is all but a dream for an aspiring Mahindra Mojo owner. This dream however has now become a reality courtesy the idea of an Mahindra Mojo owner and the expertise of an individual who is well read when it comes to the Mahindra Mojo. Here is the review of the modified Mahindra Mojo 300ABS BS6.
Dual Exhaust Mojo 300ABS BS4 – “Ingredients”
- Mahindra Mojo XT300 bend pipe
- Muffler barrel
- Few other small parts related to exhaust
- Modification in side stand.
Time – Approximately two days to complete the built
Money – The job would cost around 37,000 INR inclusive of labour charges
Sounds just like the Mahindra Mojo XT300. Distinctive and easily the best sounding single cylinder engine.
Power & Acceleration:
Initial acceleration is way better than the Mahindra Mojo XT300. Tried this a lot of times and the Mojo 300ABS was always quicker upto 130kmph. The 46 teeth on the rear sprocket of MOJO 300 ABS against 45 teeth of Mahindra Mojo XT300 made the Mojo abs a lot quicker. Now with the dual exhaust set up, it felt lesser stressed at high revs and much more refined due to the reduced back pressure. Top end is better on xt. But I feel putting the xt sprocket (45 teeth) on Mojo abs will make it almost like XT in top end.
Weight there’s barely any weight difference you’ll feel with the dual exhaust set up when compared to stock Mojo abs. The telescopic suspensions with fork brace and the revised steering geometry make the mojo ABS feel much lighter and nimble compared to the Mahindra Mojo XT300.
I am just three kilos short of the ton and riding solo I could hit a 151 kmph approx (gps indicated speed). The throttle still had more. However I slowed down as conditions weren’t favorable on this given day. The rider on Mahindra Mojo XT300 (Rakshit Rai) with similar riding skills and similar weight could do about 4kmph more in similar conditions. What matters here is how the bike gets to 140kmph easily. irrespective of generation, the Mahindra Mojo is known to happily cruise at 120-130kmph. North of 6000 rpm, I believe the dual exhaust set up does make the bike lesser stressed. The owner of the Mahindra Mojo Raghu resonates my thoughts.
The BS4 ECU energizes perfectly with the added exhaust port. However, an ECU reset is recommended.
Dual Exhaust Mojo 300ABS BS4 – Add ons and future possibilities?
Pirelli Angel CTs are decent biased tires good for urban riding, mixed conditions and can take a good beating off road/ bad roads. But for more of highway touring, speed & cornering junkies, certain good radial & softer compound tires can make the bike faster and a lot more planted at higher speeds. Those willing to tour, want to do more of bad terrain and go anywhere can consider dual purpose tires.
Adding the Mahindra Mojo XT300 sprocket can make the bike faster at a given rpm which improves cruising at higher speeds. But with this, you’ll compromise a bit on initial acceleration. Fuel efficiency could increase at higher speeds since the bike will feel lesser stressed. But if you’re somebody who’s happy cruising at 100-120 kmph, stick to the stock set up.
Lluvia sprockets are available too for better initial (performance sprocket) & for cruising at higher cruising speeds (touring sprocket).
Mantra racing air filter will let the bike breathe better resulting in crisp throttle response and slightly more power.
Overall the Mahindra Mojo is a rugged ultimate touring machine in it’s segment. Last year, the Mahindra Mojo 300 ABS BS4 came in. Thus offering a major improvement in handling and braking with the dual channel abs setup. Certain tweaks can be done as mentioned above to suit your riding style and preferences. Mahindra Mojo 300 ABS Bs6 is almost here. I’ve learned that it’s even more refined as compared to the Mahindra Mojo 300 ABS BS4. Can’t wait to get my hands on it. May the Mojo Tribe grow bigger and stronger.
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