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    Default Bajaj Pulsar 135LS launched in India

    Bajaj has launched its new 135 cc bike, the Pulsar 135LS in India.

    Price: Rs.51,000

    Bajaj Pulsar 135LS launched in India - a0b0yc


    Bajaj Pulsar 135LS launched in India - 2elt63t
    Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS Features

    More power: The 4 valve provides for a greater intake and exhaust area resulting in more power, almost equivalent a 2 valve 150cc engine.

    Sustained top end power: The light-weight character of the four smaller valves (as opposed to two heavier valves), which allow the engine to effortlessly rev to an eye-popping 10,500 rpm (electronically limited)!

    Sporty ride: Given the wider rpm band, the engine can be revved hard and high in each gear resulting in a genuine sporty ride.

    More Mileage: Established superiority of DTS-i blended with 4 valve not only enhances the performance but also returns a very good fuel economy (68.1 km/l certified by ARAI)
    More green: Comfortably meets BSIII regulations.



    Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS Specifications:

    Engine Type: 4 stroke, air cooled, 4-valve, single cylinder, SOHC, DTS-i
    Displacement: 13.66cc
    Max Power: 13.5Ps @ 9000rpm
    Max Torque: 11.4Nm @ 7500rpm
    Starting: Kick + self start
    Front Suspension: Telescopic front fork with antifriction bush (Stroke 130)
    Rear Suspension: Trailing arm with Co Axial Hydraulic *** gas filled adjustable shock absorbers and triple rate coil spring
    Front tyre: Tubetype Unidirectional 2.75 x 17″
    Rear tyre: Tubetype Unidirectional 100/90 x 17″
    Fuel Tank: 8 liters, 2.5 liter reserve (1.6 liter usable)
    Headlamp: 35/35w
    Wheelbase: 1325mm
    Ground clearance: 170mm
    Kerb Weight: 122 kgs
    Handlebar: Clip-on
    Speedometer: digital with tachometer as analog display
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadvirus_h3 View Post
    why to make these types of bikes
    when we can import bikes from abroad
    Why pay hefty price for imports when you can yourself manufacture and sell such good bikes yourself?
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    @Desiboy

    I want to buy a gearless scooter for my sister within a month can you please help me in selecting? I am confused b/w Honda Activa and Suzuki Access.Any other option to consider?
    I am the one your Mother WARNED you about!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROHANGENIUS View Post
    @Desiboy

    I want to buy a gearless scooter for my sister within a month can you please help me in selecting? I am confused b/w Honda Activa and Suzuki Access.Any other option to consider?

    Although the Access has a slightly more powerful 125 cc engine compared to the Activa's 110 cc engine, I would personally prefer the Activa.

    The Activa looks better according to me and is also seen much more on Indian roads. Go for the Activa
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    @Desiboy

    THANKS!
    I am the one your Mother WARNED you about!!!!!!!!!!

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    One more cool photo of the Pulsar 135LS

    Bajaj Pulsar 135LS launched in India - 2q2n7yq
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    nice ride back there.

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    more cool photos


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    Bajaj Pulsar 135LS launched in India - iqiiyd
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    the bike luks awsme,..have ridden one of these and trust me dis bike feels soooooooo gud ven u rev d engine....its much much much more fun 2 ride dan any other bike in its category....altho speedo isnt much gud lukin n d clipon feel cud have been better..overall..dis bike is probably d best bajaj have launched so far
    nothng better 2 ride an open road on a p220..

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    forgot 2 add d bike which i rode felt extremly light under you.....excellent 4 city traffic...vibes r a prob ven touching 100..
    nothng better 2 ride an open road on a p220..

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    I got mine in Dec 2011 & so far I have clocked 33500 with her...she is a pocket rocket. Acceleration is very fast. On highways I get around 68+ km / liter and in cities she delivers 65+ km / liter. So far no problems. The discs are very efficient, have saved my a$$ number of times. I took her twice on 800+ km ride and she performed admirably. No problems.


    There were vibrations when she hit 60-70 km/hr but I have switched to Motul 300v factory line 15W50. The vibrations have reduced. The pick up has increased & I take her to 100km+ atleast once daily. Gear shift is butter smooth. Its a delight to cruise in Pune traffic.


    If anyone has any questions feel free to ask.
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