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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


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    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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    OMG!!
    sharam karo pakistanio....
    i walk with everyone, but yet so Alone inside...

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    More Photos of the Pulsar 135LS

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    Tabahi looks.
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    @desiboy

    can you provide figures that how much units of last model of same bike were sold all over india??????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahmood View Post
    @desiboy

    can you provide figures that how much units of last model of same bike were sold all over india??????????

    @mahmood,


    The Pulsar 135LS has just been launched during the first week of Dec 2009. Deliveries of the bike has not started yet. Deliveries would probably start by Jan 2010.

    The company (Bajaj Auto) is expecting a monthly average sales figure of 50,000 units for this particular model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedbutt1999 View Post
    OMG!!
    sharam karo pakistanio....
    Uh, why the need to bring all the population into this?
    Trolls EDPP

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    I have been fortunate enough to experience the great Pulsar DTSi during my trip to Dehli in Jan 09. These bikes are much heavier then they look in pictures and they also have pretty broad tires. The pick is amazing and the ride is smooth as hell. I wish Pak-India trading ties improve at some point so we can also buy these awesome machines here.

    Besides the point, I'd love to test drive a TATA Nano. Planning to do that on my next trip inshallah.

    Great post DesiBoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vwkidd11 View Post
    I have been fortunate enough to experience the great Pulsar DTSi during my trip to Dehli in Jan 09. These bikes are much heavier then they look in pictures and they also have pretty broad tires. The pick is amazing and the ride is smooth as hell. I wish Pak-India trading ties improve at some point so we can also buy these awesome machines here.

    Besides the point, I'd love to test drive a TATA Nano. Planning to do that on my next trip inshallah.

    Great post DesiBoy!

    Thanks brother,

    the Pulsar 135LS is the younger bother of the legendary Pulsar 150/180/220 (Pulsar 200 has been discontinued) DTS-i series.

    This new bike is lighter (it weighs 122 kgs) than its elder brothers (the Pulsar 150 weighs 143 kgs) and is more fun to ride because of its new 4 Valve per cylinder engine.


    Yes, I too hope India-Pakistan trade ties improve one day.
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    @desi
    mere jan i mentioned last model of same bike,

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahmood View Post
    @desi
    mere jan i mentioned last model of same bike,
    The Pulsar 150/180/220 DTS-i models combined sales are currently on an average 45,000-55,000 per month.

    The Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 180 was introduced in 2001. The Pulsar 220 was introduced in 2007.
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    Close up of the Pulsar 135LS headllamp

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    @desiboy
    Bike looks awesome ...
    but at the other hand what about its acceleration , torque and Max speed ...

    Or this bike only looks great and having dump engine ..???
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    @86rocker
    he also posted the performance figures,..

    @desiboy

    nice bike bro..!!! looks and specs are pretty awesome..!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sulemanmirza View Post
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    he also posted the performance figures,..

    @desiboy

    nice bike bro..!!! looks and specs are pretty awesome..!!!

    Thanks bro..

    exhaustive test reports are not out yet. But according to Indian Automobile Magazines, this bike is a pocket rocket and faster than any other Japanese or Indian 125 cc bike in India and probably faster than quite a lot of India 150 cc bikes as well!!!
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    Only 13.5ps @9000 RPM isnt that under power??? I was expecting it some where near 18 or 19 :s
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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    Only 13.5ps @9000 RPM isnt that under power??? I was expecting it some where near 18 or 19 :s
    From a 135 cc, 4 Stroke engine??

    13.5 Ps is more than decent for a 135 cc engine. Moreover this 135 cc engine has 4 Valves and Bajaj's patented DTS-i Engine.

    By the way, can anyone tell me the max power of the motorcycles of Pakistan like the Honda CG 125 and Suzuki GS150?
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    @Desi boy

    Thats an awsome machine (Y) & should hit the market more than its elder brothers.

    As per my infor CG 125 Engine Producec ~10.5 BHP & GS 150 produces ~12 BHP.
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    OMG..lovely..when we will have such bikes in pakistan
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    Quote Originally Posted by imranbhatti View Post
    @Desi boy

    Thats an awsome machine (Y) & should hit the market more than its elder brothers.

    As per my infor CG 125 Engine Producec ~10.5 BHP & GS 150 produces ~12 BHP.


    Yes, the new bike has a big potential of taking the Pulsar name to bigger heights. I expect this new bike to be a big hit especially with young guys.
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