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Old 15th April 2006, 12:59   #1
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i have a pulsar 180dtsi 2k6 model.... im intersted in knowin how to make it go faster??? i'm thinkin bout usin a k&n R-1060 fiter... any better ones to use??? what about tyres sprockets n free flow exhaust systems???

how would these affect the mileage???

was also wonderin if i should install an autocop kit???

hopin to hear from u guys soon....
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Old 15th April 2006, 14:37   #2
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This forum was where we had discussed quite a lot...

U will find almost all the help you need...

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...lp-me-out.html (Hey bike maniacs...PLS HELP ME OUT!!!)

Just,.....

after fitting an air filter - upsizing the carb jets would help, and decide whether you want to increase aceleration of the bike (which is when you drop teeth from the sprocket), or top whack...

Cheers...and happy riding hard...
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@turbo v12: you drop the teeth on the FRONT sprocket to increase acceleration, but decrease top end. you drop some teeth on the REAR sprocket to increase the top end, but lose out on initial acceleration.

@greendevil;simply installing k&n will not be of much consequence. try tuned (free-flow) exhausts with a rejetted carb first, since you're running the slightly restrictive 'exhaustec'. second, try getting 18 inch alloys instead of your O.E 17 inchers; sure, the gearing will go taller (since wheel upsizing will affect the final drive), but the bike'll also be faster.
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hey guys.. thanks for the suggestions.... veyron... what all free flow exhausts are available.... n where can i get them from??
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hey guys.. thanks for the suggestions.... veyron... what all free flow exhausts are available.... n where can i get them from??
Free flow for bikes are made by several people in the country. We also have imported ones like HRC, Yoshimura etc. But see which ones are custom made for your bike. Exhausts are just not "fix and ride" accessory. They are many calculations based on what is it fabricated. If you just fit any, it will fry your valves.

Try for a custom make. If you have any contacts in chennai, try the tectrac or the proton exhausts.
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Some snaps I found for Tectrac and proton exhausts.

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thanks dude...... i'll see if i can get hold of one........ by the way. how much of a difference will it make on the initial n top end???
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thanks dude...... i'll see if i can get hold of one........ by the way. how much of a difference will it make on the initial n top end???
Generally, puting protons exhaust or even tectrac exhuast gives u good mid range in ur bike. As fitting , it will give good intial pick up, n for good mid range u can fit a tectrac exhaust.
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guys... i've got my knn filter installed.... there was a bit of gain in horsepower but nothin out of this world.... will the exhausts be a better investment in bhp terms??
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guys... i've got my knn filter installed.... there was a bit of gain in horsepower but nothin out of this world.... will the exhausts be a better investment in bhp terms??
did you change the jets? upsize I mean
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no... havent done that yet.... what size should i use??? n how am i supposed to do that???
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no... havent done that yet.... what size should i use??? n how am i supposed to do that???
Source a jet that is atleat 10 sizes larger than your stock jet size. For example, Ambition jet size is 95. So I need to source a 105 size jet. Luckily CBZ jets are 105.
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Any idea bout Pulsar 150 DTSi stock jet size??!! And which is the best upsize jet I can fit-on directly?

Thanks
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guys, can anyone tell me where can i get KNN filter in bangalore?
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Thanks Sushrutha,

I have Bajaj Pulsar 180 dtsi.
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