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Old 28th December 2006, 18:18   #31
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lets see:

fuel injection

rear disc

o-ring chain
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Old 28th December 2006, 18:27   #32
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techno@ wont the 200 be better than 220 main feature being the 200 has a carb.
the 220 with FI may cause problems at times of refill, if it were to be filled at any bunk on the outskirts
ur views???
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Too soon to comment. We are already driving our FI cars w\o much issues.
Will need to see how good or bad the FI system is. My worry is something else i.e. the absence of a kick starter on the 200 as I aint a fan of Pulsar's self starter.

Besides the fact that the FI engine produces only 2 bhps more with 20 extra cc means there would surely be an upgrade in one year with more power.
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Old 28th December 2006, 19:54   #34
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back here in mumbai, the bajaj showroom people dont even have clue about the launch.. and say its going to be launched only in late april 2007.
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They said the same thing here about the 180 when I went to a showroom that had only 150's.
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Old 30th December 2006, 09:48   #36
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i still wonder why bajaj launched only in pune..n just few bikes...are they scared of smthing??
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Old 30th December 2006, 13:15   #37
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By the way, 180 cc frankly doesnt need rear discs...
a little correction - read it with : "indian bikes"
ever heard of cagiva mito 125??
it has a 125cc two stroke engine which generates 30 bhp!!! in unrestricted form.
source: Cagiva Mito - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
it definitely requires front and rear disk breaks to stop, and it has them.
By the way there are many 125cc bikes which have front and rear disk breaks.
you can check : 125s, Compare 125 Motorcycle and Bike Reviews at Review Centre.

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Btw the p220 does not have a kick starter
Neither does P200. I'm not that fond of the idea as well. I know how Pulsars start in the winter. Brings back memories. And not the good kind.

About the rear disc brakes- how about giving us twin front rotors before going rear-disc'ed....I believe better front brakes are the need of the hour. My braking is usually biased 90-10, front-rear. I barely use the rear drum. Frankly speaking, the current crop of discs are hardly adequate.
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a little correction - read it with : "indian bikes"
ever heard of cagiva mito 125??
it has a 125cc two stroke engine which generates 30 bhp!!! in unrestricted form.
source: Cagiva Mito - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
it definitely requires front and rear disk breaks to stop, and it has them.
By the way there are many 125cc bikes which have front and rear disk breaks.
you can check : 125s, Compare 125 Motorcycle and Bike Reviews at Review Centre.
you forgot to quote the main thing. its liquid cooled!

veyron1; seems all would be doing stoppies then! I know many how dnt know how to use the dics correctly and hence end up doing stoppies or crash
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HH response to p220 DTSi

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specs? or is it a photoshopped?

thers a biking showroom in mumbai who sell customized kzhmas like this.
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specs? or is it a photoshopped?

thers a biking showroom in mumbai who sell customized kzhmas like this.
Not photoshopped... Details are vailable in Xbhp... There is also a thread here in team-bhp...

Same specs... Doesnt come with Fi... I think they are trying to keep customers interested till Fi comes out...




By the way, initial test drives by Pune guys says the bike rocks!!! One of the sickest gear shifts, and amazing build quality...
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By the way, initial test drives by Pune guys says the bike rocks!!! One of the sickest gear shifts, and amazing build quality...
Dont you mean SLICKEST
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Pulsar 220 launched in Pune: The Bike Chronicles of India: Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTSFi Spotted in Pune Showroom..!! (Breaking News)

Pulsar 200 more photos:
The Bike Chronicles of India: Bajaj Pulsar 200 C.C (More Pics/Images/Photos)
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Old 2nd January 2007, 14:53   #45
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The 200 is on hold for the time being.. they will only be giving out the 220's .. I can say that coz i am involved in the project.. They wanna keep the 150 180 and 220.. They are still contemplation on the 200 tho the launch vehicles are ready..
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