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Pulsar 200 NS Launched: 23.5 Ps, 200 CC, Liquid cooled.

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  • Pulsar 200 NS Launched: 23.5 Ps, 200 CC, Liquid cooled.

    Bajaj Auto Unveils the generation next Pulsar 200NS
    World’s first motorcycle to adopt Triple Spark Engine Technology
    Next generation technology offers unmatched overall performance

    Mumbai, 30 January 2012: A little more than 10 years since the original Pulsar was launched, Bajaj Auto today unveiled the Next Gen Pulsar 200NS. This new Pulsar is all set to re-define Motorcycling technology and design as-much-as the original Pulsars did way back in 2001.
    At the heart of the new Pulsar is its cutting-edge engine which sets new benchmarks in performance, emission and incidentally also fuel efficiency. The DTS-i (Digital Twin Spark-ignition) technology launched in 2003 marked a unique first in the history of Indian Motoring. The new Pulsar takes this technology altogether to another level with a SOHC 4-valve Triple Spark engine controlled by an advanced Electronic Control Unit for an absolutely unmatched performance. To support this exhilarating heart-pumping performance the bike comes with liquid cooling and a six speed gear box.
    The Pulsar 200NS chassis comprises a pressed steel perimeter frame and a Rectangular tube section swing arm delivering over three times the lateral stiffness of a P220 frame. These deliver outstanding high speed handling and cornering stability. The centrally located muffler and the unique gas filled Nitrox mono suspension further improve the ride and handling of the bike due to low & centralized CG position.
    The Pulsar design character has evolved with the performance & dynamics. It’s become stronger, more aggressive with a street fighter stance. The look just begs you to ride it. Once astride, the sporty speedo console, triple-tree clip-ons, the signature clips and the illuminated switches evoke the design, fit and finish so far exclusively reserved for much more expensive super sports bikes. The new 200cc Pulsar is probably the most stunning sports bike in its class oozing raw muscular appeal.

    Commenting on the launch, Mr. K. Srinivas, President-Motorcycles, Bajaj Auto
    said: "Pulsar has now celebrated a ‘Decade of Dominance’ with 10 years of leadership in the Indian performance motorcycle market. These sporty iconic motorcycles have been a testimony to the company’s engineering prowess. The Pulsar 200 NS showcases next leap in technology and design and will set the standard for others to follow.

    We believe that 2012-13 will be an exciting period where Bajaj Auto will excite customers both here and abroad," Mr. Srinivas added.
    The Pulsar 200NS will be commercially launched beginning next Fiscal.









    Technical Specifications - 2012 BAJAJ PULSAR 200NS

    Engine
    Type SOHC - 4V - Liquid Cooled
    Combustion system Triple spark
    Ignition system Independent spark control through ECU
    Crankshaft Type Integral
    Max Power 23.52 PS @ 9500
    Max Torque 18.3 Nm @ 8000
    Bore 72 mm
    Stroke 49 mm
    Displacement 199.5 cc
    Fuel system Carburettor, UCD 33
    Air filter Paper element
    Exhaust system Exhaust TEC enhanced centrally mounted
    Vehicle
    Frame Type Pressed steel Perimeter Frame
    Wheel Base 1363 mm
    Length x height x width 2017 mm x 1195 mm x 804 mm
    Seat ht-Rider 805 mm
    Ground Clearance 167 mm
    Vehicle Kerb weight 145 kg
    FAW/RAW 72/73 kg
    Fuel Tank capacity 12 L
    Suspension
    Front suspension Telescopic Front Fork with Antifriction Bush Dia 37
    Rear Suspension Nitrox Mono Shock Absorber with piggy back gas canister
    Brakes - type
    Front Petal Disc with floating caliper
    Rear Petal Disc with floating caliper
    Brake Size
    Front Dia 280 mm Disc
    Rear Dia 230 mm Disc
    Tyres
    Front 100/80 - 17, 52 P, Tubeless
    Rear 130/70 - 17, 61 P, Tubeless
    Rims
    Front 10 spoke 2.5 x 17, Alloy
    Rear 10 Spoke, 3.5 x 17, Alloy
    Performance
    Max Speed 136 Kmph
    Acceleration
    0-60 kmph 3.61 sec
    0-100 kmph 9.83 sec
    Braking performance
    Braking Distance - Both brakes (60 - 0 Kmph) 16.33metres
    Electricals
    System DC Ignition
    Battery 12V 8AH VRLA
    Head Lamp HS1 35/35W
    Tail/Stop Lamp 0.3/3 W, LED

    A quick spec comparo:


    Note: P200NS is SOHC, Triple spark plug. Transmission - 6 speed

    some photos from the launch, courtsey MG:



















    The colour which stole my heart and also the top view






















    The newly designed fuel cap


    The pillion footrest








    New design switchgears




    Two of the key man behind the development
    Mr. Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Auto Ltd.


    Mr. Abraham Joseph, President, Bajaj R&D


    This is how a 5'11'' guy look on the bike

    Note: The bike is definitely tall. Not sure why this picture came out like this but my feets were touching in a better way than what came out here

    Without him this coverage was not possible. He was on this toes during the whole duration of the launch. Thanks inflammable(Alok Das) for all the support


    Some slides used during presentation of P200 NS

    Generic Slides







    Technical Slides for P200 NS











    Triple Spark Plug


    How the triple spark Plug works












    In the below images red one is the P220 and blue one is the new P200 NS


    Blue one will be better around corners


    This image shows how the blue one is more stable than the red one on a bad stretch of road


    Hands off stability - The blue one keeps its line


    Last edited by MG; 01-31-2012, 06:08 PM.
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    Waiting !!!
    Advice is a form of nostalgia.
    Dispensing it is a way of fishing the past from the disposal, wiping it off, painting over the ugly parts and recycling it for more than it's worth.

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    • #3
      Waiting anxiously

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      • #4
        still 1 hour to go right?
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        • #5
          Hope its a "surprise" package deal..

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          • #6
            Glued here!
            sigpicPulsating the 220.... ////

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            • #7
              Ahem... ahem...
              Not only Great power comes with great responsibility but also with Great RISK !!! Referring to SBKs...

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              • #8
                The covered bike!

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                • #9
                  Waiting.. Waiting
                  Monsoon ride to the God's own country

                  Being a biker. Is it easier said than done? What makes a biker?Anyone who rides for the love of it..!!

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                  • #10
                    38 minutes to go....
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                    A good long ride can clear your mind, restore your faith and use up a lot of fuel....

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                    • #11
                      We are waiting anxiously.....

                      btw, the unveiling / launch looks similar to the one of KTM, small gathering in a pvt. hotel. posters outside the doors leading to main hall.
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                      • #12
                        WONDERING.. What it will be.. :/
                        Lets see if it can able to change my mind of buying KTM and continue with THE PULSARS..

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                        • #13
                          A better pic of the bike (covered as of now )

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                            A better pic of the bike (covered as of now )

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                            • #15
                              This should be interesting
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