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Old 16th April 2006, 19:56   #1
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Default Pulsar 150 type1 rear tyre

Hi guyz,can some1 suggest me an ideal upgrade from the stock tyres.Note:the model Iam talking abt is the old non--DTSi version.Due to budget constraints I cant afford tubeless tyres.Is the stock tyres of Pulsar 180 good.
Plzzz suggest a tyre which will not show a noticable drop in the perfo of the bike.I would B grateful if u could suggest the brand also.Iam looking at something arnd 1K
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go for mrf zapper Q 100/90
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Thanx for the quick reply member....all the others plzzzzzz wake up and help this poor soul.
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u could also have a look at dunlop geocruiser or zapper y, but i found zapper q to be the best
if u could stretch ur budget just a little, u cud go for zapper q 120/80. awesome grip and just for Rs1300!
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but the prob is tht the old 150 hav just 12ps I hav a feeling tht 120mm is lil wideee 4 the pulsar.MayB this is just my opinion.
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maybe....i think there'll be marginal reduction in perf and mileage
if ur OK wid that, 120/80's for u
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You could also go in for a Dunlop 100 mm rear tyre...that would be probably a li'l lesser than 1k, and I have found that in the initial phase...the MRF Zapper is better than the Dunlop, but later the Dunlop grip is better..

SO think about it...
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My suggestion is stay with the tyre you have (get a new one with the same specs).
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i think the dunlop geo cruiser should be best for u..its one hell of a tyre and costs around 850 here in bangalore
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