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    Default Kawasaki Bajaj Eliminator

    Kawasaki Bajaj Eliminator




    TECH SPECS

    Engine

    Engine type Single cylinder 4 Stroke, air cooled
    Displacement 173.9cc
    Compression Ratio 9.0:1
    Maximum Power 15.2bhp@8500rpm
    Maximum Torque 13.7Nm@7500rpm
    Ignition CDI Electronic
    Starting Electric/ Kick
    Clutch Wet Multi disc

    Dimensions


    Wheel Base 1460mm
    Tyre Size 1.8517
    Wheel Type 2.7515
    Fuel Capacity 14 litres
    Fuel Reserve 48kmpl
    Width 1025.00 mm
    Height 2155.00 mm
    Ground Clearance 765 mm
    Saddle Height 140 mm
    Suspension
    Front:Telescopic
    Rear:Trailing arm with coaxial hydraulic shock absorbers and coil springs









    I own a Kawasaki Bajaj Eliminator and am truly pleased with its performance. It's India's answer to the American Chopper. I had purchased it in Dec 2002 and till date there have been no repairs at all.

    I've got two punctures, couple of clutch cable replacements and once I had to change the front-shocks oil seal. Apart from these, the machine has been trouble free and I've been riding it without incident.

    I was really upset when it was replaced by the Avenger.. but business is business and made peace with the Bajaj Stable personally.

    I've used my bike to goto places like Alibag, Shahpur (1/2 way to Nashik) and Karjat sometimes. Am blessed with non-biking friends hence no far trips :-(

    I really love this bike of mine.

    Am planning to leave the country for Australia in Feb 2009 - Don't know what I should do with it.. my gut tells me to just drain the oil, and let it stay in the garage till I come back. I can't imagine selling it off.. what do you guys suggest?

    Also i'd like to hear from other Eliminator owners... looks like we are a dying breed.. but a strong one!

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    hi,i also own a eliminator nd its going great its one of the first bikes which were delivered on 1st of august 2001 in delhi.it oddometer has clocked more than 83000 kms and is still going strong.........

    no major issues till date with the bike except the normal and regular servive.one thing that went wrong was its center stand twice it came out of its clamps and the third time when it came out it ripped the chaiss and then i had to get the complete chaiss replaced.....thank god it was covered under warranty,otherwise the engine is still in perfect shape........and yes i m very happy to own ........ sorry very happy to posses it.

    i feel sorry that bajaj does not comes out with such reliable bikes now..............WHY ?

    every product has a life cycle whether small or long so dont think of that eliminator owners are a dying breed whoever has an eliminator and who cares for it will make it live longer................CHEERS !!
    WHY DRINK ND DRIVE..................
    WHEN U CAN SMOKE ND FLY..............!!

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    @ topic starter u make a very valid point..Bajaj has definately churned out alot of products over the years but quality is a major issue. I'm quite huffe aobut my 200 here as reliablity and quality of parts has to be questioned..


    nother thing bro if u do decide to go out and not sell ure bike......do not and i re[eat do not drain the engine oil........drain all the petrol from the tank, dissconnect the battery and store safely on a wodden plank, park bike on main stand, lube all important and exposed metal parts such as ure chain, clutch cable throtle cable all the footrest nuts and bolts and ya since the elimantor has alot of chrome parts on it u mite want to put a layer of grease on the wheel spokes and other parts. i help my friend maintain his elimantor here in Goa and sice he stays in calangute which is a beach side place he puts a layer of greese on his full bike efore he goes out of station.....as salt water is more prone to rust ones chrome.....

    al tell u dude do as i told u and wen u return from down under reconnect the battery get a through wash of ure bike, drain and put in new oil, fill fuel and obviously charge ure battery. and VOILA ure eli will b newer than new..


    hope this was informative
    enjoy and get me something good from down under

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    Default need spares in chennai guys :(

    im looking for the fuel tap for my eliminator guys... plzz help...

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    Guys i m planning for buy a secondhand eliminator the lost breed from Kawasaki..which is perfectly use...no scratch....but i m only think about spare...can i get the spare in kolkata..where do u have any idia..then only i can go for buy the byk.he want 45000 for that bug i ..how mach i will cost for a perfect eliminator do you have any idea..

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    Default help needed in finding the air screw.

    can ull guys please find the original eliminator carb air screw for a friend of mine.mumbai or anywhere in india.ready to buy it with shipping.would be of great help.thanks.

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    @vikaskurup: Try Sterling motors in lamington road for the air screw. Sterling is the main distributor for bajaj spares in Mumbai. Had got a carb for my kb-100 from him so you should in most probability get it there.

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    thanks a lot ripper...will try it 2morrow.

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    am really lucky to be an owner of the legendary indian cruiser the ELIMINATOR.... with no other bikes to compare with it,its really smooth and got a great stability in higher speeds (done 150+ kph with no shakes or vibrations) and good braking too..... but it lacks a sudden acceleration when it is at lower speeds
    and got problem with scarcity of spares
    now looking for itz fuel tap....plz help

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    Default back light

    pl.advise me how i may change back light cum brake light to led lights for eliminator bike.
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