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Old 4th March 2009, 13:36   #16
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get it for 50k.if it is brand new and in mint condition as you say.

ps: ive had a pulsar 180 for 3 years and i dont find the "gear box shitty"
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Old 4th March 2009, 13:52   #17
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50k sounds like reasonable for 2008 August 150 kms P180.

No way would it go in the range of 20s.
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Old 6th March 2009, 14:35   #18
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The gear shift has never been the problem, the problem lied in the USE.
with the right care and proper riding manner will ensure good clutch and gearbox life.
The quality is still shy of the japanese, but again it compensates with its performance.
So newbie's have no right to call it shitty.
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I too have a 180-2004 model with out alloy. It rocks. I have maintainthis bike very well. Only problem is head light which I have broken in accident. Else it rocks.
Not much issue. Had been to many long trip too.
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