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  1. Easy Fixes For Bike Electricals

    by , 06-13-2015 at 05:22 PM

    I ride Pulsar 135 LS for almost 3 years. However, for last one year I see the odometer malfunctioning. It does not show correct readings about speed or fuel level. Initially, the speed is displayed and then it shows ZERO. It sometimes works afterwards but not reliably.

    I replaced the battery thinking it could have expired; but the issue persists.

    The fuel level indicator was imperfect since the purchase but I failed to mention it earlier to service centers. ...

    Updated 06-13-2015 at 06:17 PM by aapurba

  2. Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    by , 06-11-2015 at 04:43 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by techfreak View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by aapurba View Post
    Is this thread 'dead'? Am I late?

    Query: I have Pulsar 135 LS with Full DC and 35w/35w headlamp Halonix. I really want to upgrade it to anything better without altering battery (5AH) or wire.
    Is this possible? Should I go for 55w?
    Please respond.
    Change to 35 watt projector setup. Since it is a pure dc setup already n u will use 35 watt projector nothing else will require change.

    Sent from my GT-N8000 using Tapatalk
    Thanks. But projector setup ...
  3. The Skill and Art of Avoiding Accidents

    by , 06-10-2015 at 09:41 PM

    also applicable to mindless jaywalking pedestrians with suicidal tendencies.

    The only major accident that i had in my 15 yrs of riding bikes was due to this kind of blind spot. It does not even need a cross road for such accidents. I was overtaking a car, I was at 80kmph and the car was 40kmph. There were no cross roads and i had a high divider on my right and so i had no fear of a vehicle crossing. I have had many narrow escapes before so i was using the car as ...
  4. The Skill and Art of Avoiding Accidents

    by , 06-10-2015 at 09:37 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Shanz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ravi@17bhp View Post
    One precaution from my experience:

    Do not ride close to a car near the doors. Particuarly, when they are slowing down for a stop. The chances are very very high that passengers in the car open the door without checking the road.

    I am a victim of it, and lost my front two tooth because of that, and I would never forget this accident in my life.
    One from me too..

    People eating Gutka/Masala/Pan/anything similar have a seriour killer tendency
  5. The Skill and Art of Avoiding Accidents

    by , 06-10-2015 at 09:34 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by atulaherwar View Post
    how cud i miss this thread.......

    very imp u knw... *esp wen every1 calls me launchpad :P
    Like in Duck Tales?
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