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Bajaj Pulsar 150 ES DTS-i UG

Evolution Of Bajaj Pulsar

The new Pulsar 200NS ( Naked ) and other Five variants with different engine Bajaj Pulsar 135 cc, Bajaj 150 cc, Bajaj Pulsar 180 cc, Bajaj 200 cc, and Bajaj Pulsar 220 cc —

Bajaj Pulsar is a motorcycle owned by Bajaj Auto in The two wheeler was developed by the product division of Bajaj Auto in with Tokyo RD and later motorcycle designer Glynn ( GREASE n GASOLINE READER And a friend ). Currently there are variants available, with capacities of Pulsar 135 cc, Pulsar 150 cc, 180 cc, Pulsar 200 cc, and Pulsar 220 cc.

Previously it was offered with a 200 cc DTS-i oil engine, which now has been Instead a new version Pulsar was launched in 2012. With an monthly sales of around units in 2011, Pulsar has a share of 47% in its segment. By April than five million of Pulsar were sold.

the introduction of the Pulsar, the Indian market trend was towards efficient, small capacity (that formed the 80–125 cc Bigger motorcycles with capacity virtually did not exist for Enfield Bullet). The launch and of Hero Honda CBZ in 1999 that there was demand for bikes. Bajaj took the cue there on and launched the Pulsar in India on 24 November 2001.

Since the introduction and success of Pulsar, Indian youth expecting high power and features from affordable

Evolution Of Bajaj Pulsar

The original Pulsar came a 150 cc air-cooled, single-cylinder, petrol, four-… engine which 13 HP of maximum power. They a single spark plug to the air-fuel mixture fed from a simple spring shock round headlamp dome and mm wheelbase. Disc brakes as equipment was a novelty in Indian of the early 2000s. Other features were parking and an aircraft-type fuel tank

The design of the motorcycle was inspired by a open muscular human

The 180 cc version made 15 HP of maximum and came with a twin-tone which was optional equipment on the 150 cc Electric Start (ES) was as standard feature in the 180 cc model and on the 150 cc model.

Bajaj Pulsar 2003

Model bajaj pulsar 150 cc

The generation Pulsars featured Auto’s newly developed technology, which increased the rating of both versions by 1 hp kW) each and also increased economy. This model introduce a new headlamp assembly, mm wheelbase, and standard twin-tone and trip meter.

Bajaj 2005

In 2005, Bajaj another upgrade of the Pulsar. The was offered with 17-inch mm) alloy wheels as standard and the stance was also lowered by 12 mm. It was the first time any bike in India had offered 17-inch mm) profile wheels at the rear. The tank now had a capacity of only 18

The power output was now further to 13.5 hp (10.1 kW) @ 8500 rpm for the 150 it increased to 16.5 hp (12.3 kW) @ rpm for the 180.The rear shock were now gas-filled Nitrox

The LCD screen introduced with the version of the Pulsar

Bajaj 2006

Bajaj introduced version of Pulsar (UG III). New included: pilot lamps from the main headlamp, indicators with clear and amber bulb, self-cancelling indicator switch, flush LCD with digital read-out of key data, non-contact speed non-contact backlit switches, LED tail-light assembly and side altered for a sharp, tapering-towards-the-rear The engine had increased torque reduced vibration and improved shift feel. cc variants.

The new headlamp design introduced for the Pulsar series in 2006

Pulsar 2007

Bajaj 220 DTS-Fi

In July 2007, began selling the Bajaj 220 DTS-Fi and Pulsar 200 DTS-i, the featuring fuel injection and oil engines, a digital dash, and styling. This bike has features which are totally new to the market, like the fuel itself, rear disc and clip-on handlebars (the two only available in the Bajaj 220 model).

Bajaj Pulsar

The new Pulsar has many firsts to its It comes equipped with an oil which helps control oil temperatures at sustained high and rpms, thus ensuring stable engine oil viscosity.The new console is an advanced version of the Pulsar family. Apart the Digital Odometer, Digital Meter, Digital Fuel Self Cancelling Indicators and two Trip Meters, the console on the 200 cc DTS-I has indicators for the air filter engine temperature, battery and oil level.

Bajaj Pulsar 2009

Bajaj Pulsar 150 ES DTS-i UG

released the UG IV (fourth upgrade) of the Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 180 in April The upgrades for the Pulsar 150 included an theme, tank scoops to those on the Pulsar 200, a 3D logo, and a changed electrical (full DC). Power increased from 13.5 HP to HP (at 8,500 rpm).

Electrical like auto head switch-off after few seconds of the engine off to protect the battery, cancelling turn signals, illumination (horn icon, icon, engine cut off icon, side stand warning duel digital trip low fuel warning light also flashes when the is revved too hard), and low battery are common features among all the and Auto Choke System in 220

The Pulsar 180 received upgrades wider tyres, split tank scoops, clip-on 3D Pulsar logo, swing arm borrowed from Pulsar and thicker forks. The power was to 17 PS.

Bajaj launched a carbureted of Pulsar 220 on June 2009, it as the fastest bike in India. It discontinued the production of Pulsar 200 on 2009.

Bajaj also introduced a new Sports version of Pulsar as Pulsar 135LS. It is the first in India to contain 4-valve technology. It consists 4 smaller rather than 2 standard valves, styling also is and looks become more

The bike is ARAI certified for km/l and weights only 122 kg.

Pulsar 2010

Bajaj the UG 4.5 versions of the Pulsar 150. The for the Pulsar 150 included an clip-on like those in Pulsar Power also increased 14.09 HP to 15.06 HP (at 9,000

A … version of Pulsar 220 is launched, named as Pulsar (Street Fighter) which everything from Pulsar 220 the front fairing. Front is similar to Pulsar 180/150. Old 220 is now named as Pulsar 220F.

Pulsar 2011

Bajaj Pulsar 135LS, Pulsar Pulsar 180 and Pulsar 220F.

Pulsar 2012

2012 the entry of Bajaj’s latest the Pulsar 200NS (NS standing for The bike has a revised 200 cc liquid engine, which produces bhp (17.28 kW) at 9,500 rpm and 18.3 N·m lbf·ft) at 8,000 rpm. It has a new design, along-with a new four-valve

The company claims a top speed of 136 (85 mph). It does not have injection like its predecessor, the 220Fi. It has a petal disc on the front, a disc brake on the wheel, and a gas-charged monoshock. It is to be launched by mid-end April

Claimed fuel economy is 58 per litre (140 mpg-US) ridden under 60 km/h. of the 200NS was by Bajaj lead Edgar Heinrich, who left to become head of BMW Motorrad in mid-2012.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 ES DTS-i UG
Bajaj Pulsar 150 ES DTS-i UG

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