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Thread: Bajaj Pulsar 135LS DTS-i Review: xBhp's Ride Report

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    ^+1 .,the rider, needa get rid of that rear mud guard/flap.,a regular, short ,custom made mud guard should look fine :-) .,beautiful review and pics asusual :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandeep_K_Ram View Post
    I just think the rear mud-guard/flap setup is ... YUCK...

    That apart, its a super pkg.
    I think that rear mud flap has some safety reasons to be there......isn't it

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    @snp
    The mud guard/flap is there for the same reason there is a tyre hugger on P150/P180 (which is missing on the P220). So that the bike's rear end doesn't get all covered in muck with the slightest bit of rain. P220s get really dirty in that regard. Keep them on only if you wish during the winter/summer. It will show its real worth in the rains. Anyways congrats mate.. Enjoy the "Most Revolutionary Pulsar Ever!"

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    @snp :
    Congratz man for your P135. I am still waiting for mine. My dealer promised to deliver it to me by 10th Jan. I booked on 12th Dec. So, about 1 month of waiting. I am getting very impatient waiting for my first bike.
    Hope, you are enjoying it very much. Post some pics fast. And also a ride report from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungBoy_220 View Post
    @snp :
    Congratz man for your P135. I am still waiting for mine. My dealer promised to deliver it to me by 10th Jan. I booked on 12th Dec. So, about 1 month of waiting. I am getting very impatient waiting for my first bike.
    Hope, you are enjoying it very much. Post some pics fast. And also a ride report from you.

    Congrats..

    The P135LS is a rider/beginner friendly bike with Agile and Best handling among the Pulsar clan.. even if this is your first bike, you should have no problem adapting to it.

    The only frustration that one might face during the engine running in period is that, one wont be able to feel the effectivness of the 4 valves as the real kick/fun comes in only post 5000 rpm. It'll be a hard time resisting the temptation to wring the throttle.

    Best of luck.. do post about your ownership experience when you get your bike.. and remember ride safe, ALWAYS wear a helmet.



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    Default after riding the oldest bajaj....

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    Default a small problem

    tail light should flash when we apply rear brake and when front brake,
    but it is not flashing when m applying front brake....it flash when I press the rear brake...why???

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    Quote Originally Posted by snp View Post
    tail light should flash when we apply rear brake and when front brake,
    but it is not flashing when m applying front brake....it flash when I press the rear brake...why???
    front brake switch gone .
    Go n get it changed .
    Hope is a good thing ,
    may be the best of things and
    no good thing ever dies .

    Get busy living or get busy dying .

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    Plz upload some clean pics and pics of the complete bike.

    @snp: whats your height btw.
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    Maybe this is not a bike for most of us, but I hope the 4 valve architecture spreads on to the rest of the pulsars.

    And 4 valve is not all that important. The more important things are soft kick start, soft clutch lever press, less weight and most of all, a vibration free motor!

    I like the rear number plate & rear tyre hugger. I mean, the simple option to remove it with a spanner...

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