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I am Santhosh and I bought the Bajaj Pulsar 150 cm3 three months ago. It had been my dream for some time bike. How I got this bike is a long history. I actually watched many bikes for two months before I finally bought the Bajaj Pulsar 150 cm3. Getting the bike however was not easy. I ran to problems when I tried to convince my father this bike was. However, in the end, I managed to do so.
One of the things I love most bike is its speed. It looks really good and it can turn many heads. New speed meter is very elegant and has many characteristics (the negative part of having a great looking tachometer, is that it happened easily end up watching the tachometer too, too cause you crash.) Don't do that.)
New clip on handles plays a huge role in the handling of the bike. On the UG version, the driver's seat is also slightly low that it is on the previous versions that make this bike a little more attractive, if you are of average size. However, you can meet some back pain when you are carrying a huge load or when you are in a car on the road.
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 cm3 UG 4.5 comes with a size 29 mm carburetor which is greater than what was the old version of 8 mm. This increases his power to PS 14.09 to 15.06 PS 9000 RPM. This is not a huge difference from the old version however. His Nitro X shock absorber is awesome. It is a smooth and less bumpy ride.
It has shock telescopic front that are really good for the manipulation of motorcycles.
However, there is a small problem when it comes to the movement of the gears. It suffers a little between the 1 train and neutral. 2Nd gear and beyond, it works well. However, while you are stopping the bike you will have to pass to the 1 train to be a bit complicated, so it requires certain practices.
This bike also has the cheerleader Spotlight which is large compared to its older versions and engine DTS adds a little more point to the cheerleader. The battery lasts long and it is easy to maintain.
My own experience, the mileage gives you approximately 45 - 50 km per litre if you ride the bike at about 55 km/h. The bike has a good response from the accelerator, but I advise you never to try and accelerate the speed of the bike too fast. With slower acceleration engine will be given more life.
This bike to get to what speed? Well, I've reached about 70 km/h with this bike. However, I recommend that you drive the bike at speeds around 50 to 60 km/h, which is a good speed for 150 cm3 engine. If exceed you 75 km bike even more smooth, but when the speed slows down the engine made much noise, which can be a good sign.
One of the reasons why I went for the Pulsar 150 cm3 is because 150 cm3 works well with the India road. What is the point to get a 200cc or a Pulsar 220cc if it has not any mileage? Also, if you go for a bike over 150 cm3 bike parts will be also more expensive. Another reason why the 135cc or 150 cm3 version is an excellent choice is because these two versions have the kick starter. This will save you if your battery dies.
Here are some tips in this bike handling:Try not to use the lead to start the bike.With the help of the kick starter has some advantages. It increases the life of the engine and the amount of oil flow. The pistons set also in their correct positions.It will also increase the likelihood that the bike performs well.When you start the bike in the morning, the warm at least 30 seconds. This can make a huge difference in the performance of bikes for the rest of the day.When you start cycling, turn off lights or the bike may not start. There are also problems with its lights.Never accelerate the bike too abruptly, it can damage the engine and reduce the life of the engine.Does travel at 70 - 90 km/h until you put 2000-2500 km in mileage.Try to maintain at least a difference of 10 feet between your bike and the vehicle ahead of you to reduce the risk of a head-on collision.That's all. I hope that my review of the Bajaj Pulsar 150 cm3 bike has been useful.
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