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Thread: Bajaj Pulsar 200NS Review: xBhp's Ride Report

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    Quote Originally Posted by revvhard View Post
    The tank goes very well with the bike, its like a match made in heaven
    the handlebars height is as much as that of the zmr's and unlike most split handle bars which are more curved to the inside of the bike, these ones are quite straight. So, you will get the feel of a street fighter handlebar with the advantages of split handlebars.

    All these questions are coming because the pictures (none of them on the entire thread) show exactly how amazing the bike looks, frm the pictures i had seen earlier i had made that its got some awkward proportions, but it luks exxtremley goood

    Did you get to watch/listen the P200NS while on the move?




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    Quote Originally Posted by nav75 View Post
    What you are saying is not normal(list of tests, km's done, etc) hence if not backed with some proof, it will sound like a rumour/hoax.
    Well said. 40k kms sound a rumour. Also digital speedometers are not easier to look on since readings are not visible when the ignition is off for by-passers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by payeng View Post
    Did you get to watch/listen the P200NS while on the move?


    Yes after i took the picture and got on my bike the rider geared up and got on the saddle and took off rm right beside me, i tried following him but cud follow only for half a km, and that too because there was traffic and he was riding a little relaxed probably coz his girlfriend was with him. once the traffic cleared up and v hit main m.g road he zoomed off.

    The bike sounds amazing, unlike the older pulsars it has a definitive beat to the exhaust sound
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    So every bike we're going to purchase will have been ridden 40,000 kms of testing ? OR just 2-3 laps of the track ?

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    ^^ they wouldn't
    be ridden any k'ms whatsoever, these are just the test bikes.
    The bikes that are sold are not run at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by revvhard View Post
    hype they want.
    But i dont think they want people chasing after the new pulsar everytime they see it being tested on the roads, it makes the job difficult for bajaj as well as the test riders.

    when i saw th bike today the rider had parked it on the side and was talkin on the phone, o went a few meters ahead and for a few minutes was tryin to clear my head on whether it is the cb1000r, the B-King or an fz1.
    finally after a few seconds i realised its the NS and went upto the rider.
    With that full black theme most people would mistake it for a bigger bike and just move ahead.
    I think u are yet to see a b-king , fz1 and cb1000r in flesh. p200 is no match for them and one can definitely not mistake a p200 for a 1000 cc bike.
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    i have seen all three in the flesh, the reason why i thought it was one of them was because
    1. i wasnt looking out for the 200ns so my brain found a different explanation
    2. The pulsar looks quite bigger than most bikes we see on indian roads so i mistook it for an import at first
    3. it didnt have any badging so i cudnt make out it was a pulsar at first glance( i mean come on no1 expects the pulsar to look so good)
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    Quote Originally Posted by revvhard View Post
    i have seen all three in the flesh, the reason why i thought it was one of them was because
    1. i wasnt looking out for the 200ns so my brain found a different explanation
    2. The pulsar looks quite bigger than most bikes we see on indian roads so i mistook it for an import at first
    3. it didnt have any badging so i cudnt make out it was a pulsar at first glance( i mean come on no1 expects the pulsar to look so good)
    I believe I saw the same bike.. yesterday.. 836.. black.. Rider had a pillion.

    I saw the bike on FC road... around 9.45 am. Could not realize its the 200NS.. Looked very good.

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    saw him at around 9...opposit yamah riders at m.g road
    Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, 'Wow! What a Ride!' -Hunter S. Thompson

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    Quote Originally Posted by nav75 View Post
    What you are saying is not normal(list of tests, km's done, etc) hence if not backed with some proof, it will sound like a rumour/hoax.
    waiting for your inputs about NORMAL tests and km done with DATA BACKING.

    Quote Originally Posted by Enthusiastic View Post
    Well said. 40k kms sound a rumour. Also digital speedometers are not easier to look on since readings are not visible when the ignition is off for by-passers.

    look at the tires,may be not 40000 km,but close to 20000 km is done.you don't always need odo readings,tire condition can tell the mileage running of bike.
    and the question remains why do i race?
    every finishing line is the begining of a new race.

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    #i don't subscribe to co-incidence,either it is the rider or the other moron on the road

    (:)people keeps on saying add spark to life, bajaj got hold of that idea and added an extra spark to bike.

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