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On 25th June 07, Bajaj the much awaited Bajaj 220 DTS-Fi in Delhi, along its first Probiking showroom in the Capital Region. Pulsar 220 Bajaj’s first fuel bike, has what it will to be at the top of the performance bikes segment. The list of unique and futuristic it comes with should bike enthusiasts’ hearts

Pulsating new looks and raw power in the 220. The country’s top three manufacturers have all dabbled in and testing fuel-injected engines. up until a couple of years there was no interest among manufacturers to come up with an engine for their bikes.

now, the end to carburetion does not to be very near, though two bikes in the market now have the Fuel injection technology, incorporated into the same pushes up the cost when to its carburetted sibling. That was the even for cars when injection was introduced; buyers had to pay a higher price.

However, the between cars and bikes is the that fuel injection had to be compulsorily in petrol-driven cars for to be able to meet new emission Whereas in the case of bikes, though the current emission are among the most stringent in the they are being met just by four-… technology and better systems, and despite the engine being fed through a carburettor.

there is not much pressure on manufacturers to adopt fuel-injection since it is not exactly necessary to any statutory emission requirements. The conscious customer in the lower of the bike segment is also to pay more for a technology that not offer any tangible benefits in of running costs. TVS Motor that it was one of the first to develop an fuel-injected engine, though it made it into series

Hero Honda introduced its 125 with a similar sized engine and quickly managed to it as the country’s first FI bike. the Glamour FI has not exactly managed to up the market with its sales And being a bike in the fuel-efficiency and conscious buyer segment, the was not destined to be the first choice it continues to be offered alongside the version.

Bajaj Auto has up with a more sensible that features fuel Logically, the buyer in the performance segment is less sensitive to of ownership and will be willing to pay for new technology that improves and performance. He is relatively less conscious and will pay more if he is exclusive technology and features.

So, to launch its own version of fuel technology in the big-engined Pulsar 220 was the better strategy to adopt. The Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi was launched in Pune and Mumbai in the first of this year. It has only now rolled into dealerships after a six-month observation during which Bajaj out product and production issues for the 220.

The wait was probably a idea given the fact the bike has what it will to be at the top of the performance bikes segment. The 220 DTS-Fi is Bajaj’s first injected bike. It shares a bit with the rest of the Pulsar and yet Bajaj has managed to load it up enough unique, futuristic to leave current bike drooling. Though from the the new top-end Pulsar seems it is an all-new bike, at the rear, it away its lineage.

The same alloy grab the same twin LED strips at the tail lamp, a similar split seats for the rider and and the same sharp body panels as was featured in the Pulsar continue to be available in the 220 DTS-Fi. features The new Pulsar and its refined seem to be like the culmination of attempts at developing unique new that have been step by step into variant of the Pulsar.

The LED tail the non-contact, backlit type the digital speedometer etc. been carried forward the 220, and serve to further the new bike’s bloodline. But to mark the new top-of-the-line positioning, Bajaj has it with even more hi-tech features like the new cluster, the clip-on handle the fuel-injected engine, rear brake and the new body side which gives the 220 its big bike At the front of the new Pulsar, Bajaj and engineers have come up a new, broader bikini that houses a new type and of bulbs.

While the twin lamps have been on either side, the low beam and beam bulbs have stacked one on top of the other and now housed projector glass shells of the usual mirrored reflector. The beam is a compact clear parabolic lamp and the low beam is an projector lamp. The halogen are high wattage (55W) and are connected to the battery sourcing DC and thereby ensure no voltage affect the light output.

The end result is a headlamp arrangement enables the bike to offer at night that almost that of a car. Mounted to the tinted cowl are the two rear mirrors. They are compact with short stubs and are mounted right on to the fairing, the bike a classy, very front finish. However, due to the and positioning, they do seem to the level of rear visibility for the

Wrapping around the fuel and flowing away from the broader fairing is the unique side cladding that to the Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi’s macho While the same chunky tank of the smaller-engined siblings has carried forward for the 220 too, the new cover much of the tank. The are well finished and panel have been minimised, the bits of the road whizzing that the rider gets to see can at be distracting.

The digital instrument (speedo) that has been standard in all Pulsars is also in the 220 DTS-FI, only this around there are a few more lights that attempt to timely information to the user. a more sensitive and hi-tech injected engine, the 220’s instrument panel also a choked air filter indicator, oil temperature and low battery voltage and a low engine oil level warning

There is also an engine indicator that doubles up as a low (reserve) indicator. Since the engine uses an electric pump, the low fuel indicator is so that the bike doesn’t end up a pump failure. That list of novel features Bajaj has come up with for its new in performance biking doesn’t end Adorning the six-spoked, 17-inch wheels are new tubeless tyres, a for an Indian bike.

Tubeless tyres being more heat resistant and will in the long run deliver performance for discerning buyers in segment. The 230mm disc in the rear wheel, in addition to the disc with twin in the front, also ensure sure-footed braking for a bike is clearly the most powerful in segment.

The thick elliptical arm, the … chain and the matt-silver finished silencer are all that further boost the 220 DTS-Fi’s street-racer image. note of the 220 is soft, yet raspy and progressively loud at higher rpms. Technology showcase The in the new Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi is the technology for Bajaj.

Developed in-house, bike’s engine features injection instead of the conventional DTS-Fi or digital twin fuel injection continues to two spark plugs like in the Pulsars. However, instead of the that enables the other engines to breathe and take in the 220 DTS-Fi engine features an that sprays fuel into the combustion chamber. In an electronic control unit regulates the injector.

The ECU is a microprocessor-based that is the command centre of the and bases its instructions to the fuel-injector on the it receives from an array of The ECU considers various parameters as engine temperature, throttle engine speed, etc. sending the relevant command to the ensuring optimum fuelling and timing under different conditions.

Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-FI

Power packed Making the 220 a engine has enabled Bajaj to out the most power from the Bajaj’s in-house ExhausTEC technology for improving torque at low rpm has also been carried into the new 220. The bike’s response, ability to accelerate in and the amount of low-end torque in each gear slot is to the benefits that fuel has brought to this engine.

The 220 generates a class-leading peak of 20PS and a maximum torque of at 6,500 rpm. The Pulsar 220 comes with a five-speed with the internationally popular down, rest up shift Gear shift quality and feedback are good, with neutrals also being non-existent. While the toe-shifter to the overall big bike image of the 220, the absence of the heel may irk some users.

The front fairing and large side will also need getting used to for bikers who recently upgraded from the ‘cc’ segments, where the is mounted to the handle bar. issue will come up bikers attempt to ease out the from particularly tight slots that are the norm in cities in India. Priced at Rs 80,000 (ex-showroom), the Pulsar 200 doesn’t come cheap.

it is loaded enough to take on and, in fact, could set a new in the premium performance bike

vehicle summary: Engine: TYPE. 4-Stroke, DTS-Fi 220cc MAXIMUM POWER. 20 PS @ MAXIMUM TORQUE. 19.12 Nm @ ACCELERATION. 0-60 Kmph in 4.0 TOP SPEED. 135kph STARTING. Start/Kick Start IGNITION. Twin Spark Fuel COOLING TYPE. Oil-Cooling CLUTCH. Multi-Disc Wet Type BOX. 5 Speed Costant CHASSIS TYPE. Tubular Cradle SUSPENSION: FRONT. 130mm Stroke REAR.

Mono Tube 5-Step Canister — Gas Filled Absorbers BRAKES: FRONT. Twin Calipers Disc REAR. 200mm, Single Disc Brake WHEELS AND WHEEL TYPE. Alloy TYPE.



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