TVS has started offering second round of sequential performance updates as complementary for the Apache RR 310 owners. These updates include a new chain roller. The company is replacing the factory fitted chain roller with a new softer made one. Several owners complaint about the buzzing sound rattling on the move, which occurred with constant wear of the hard chain roller. TVS now has provided a smooth, soft material to decreases the frictional forces. The bar ends of the bike are also replaced and are now much bigger and heavier in dimensions. This helps in improved riding and turning dynamics of the vehicle when on the move.
The company has also fitted a windshield damper pad, to help lessen the vibrations on the windshield and also to prevent curb debris deposition to inaccessible places. Perhaps, the major update offered is the new ECU update which significantly improves on the bike’s performance. All the aforementioned services are offered as complementary. TVS has started rolling out information to Apache RR 310 owners to aware them about the latest services which can be accessed from any listed official TVS dealerships.
Mechanically, the bike remains unchanged and is powered by a 312.2 cc, single cylinder motor which produces 34 hp of power at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm of torque at 7,700 rpm. The bike goes up against the likes of Bajaj Dominar 400, KTM RC 390.