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Thread: Help me Upgrade my Old Pulsar 150cc......

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    Quote Originally Posted by puneetritehere View Post
    well. i coincidentally happened to have one pic of my bike on the office pc before i stripped it.. all the parts will be black in the future. the fuel tank and the rear handlegrip for the pillion will be chrome plated. will use the stock pulsar and bajaj logo emblems. the engine will be repainted black too.

    Awesome.. looks great.. but I would advise to change the visor too... this ones very uncool


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    what visor??? you mean like in the pulsar dtsi?? naah.. that'd take away the original look of the bike..

    i still prefer the old pulsar than the dtsi's .. the dtsi's may have more power and torque on paper, and even go faster in real life, but they feel too soft. this original pulsar had the punch due to which it got really popular..

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    and finally.. heres my chrome plated tank.. i just got it this evening.. there are slight cosmetic blemishes as the tank is quite old with some imperfections.. buts its still beautiful nonetheless. ..later i will plan what else is to be done on the tank.. like some stripes or decals and whether they are to be painted or just stickers ..etc etc.. .


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    @puneet : Y did u strip the bike....it looks damn good in the pic..

    Guys im also having the same p150 classic KS.....the main issue im facing is that there is no compression in the engine....and also it heats up a lot ..pls help with this guys.....my mech says the possible causes are..
    1)wear in the camshaft
    2)Valve problems
    3)Faulty bore..(Had re-bored once earlier....)

    Are any of u guys facing/faced these problems???
    any advice is welcome ...
    Thank you......

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    @hgaaditya.. well . it does look fine.. but the paint quality in reality was not as good as it looks in the picture.. there were signs of weathering all over the paint finish.. exposure to extreme sunlight, then rains. then same thing again. .due to which the paint had developed spots. also, i was quite bored with this look of this bike.... thats why repainting it mainly..

    if there are compression issues, before getting into all inside details, first check the inlets and outlets of your cylinder. .is the spark plug screwed in tight??? is the exhaust opening properly sealed and the screws tight??? same goes for the intake manifold from carburettor side. if all these things are fine .then check the rest of the stuff.. i dont know why all these problems even occur. i never had one single problem like this in my bike ever in the last 9 years.. and the engine still revs and runs wonderfully.. one time the service center guy who had taken my bike for a test ride as they do before and after taking it in the workshop, he specifically gave me a compliment for my engine and said my bike runs quite smooth and well..

    you shouldnt just get all that reboring stuff done so casually.. once the engine is opened up, it will never run like before.. unless done by a very very experienced mechanic..

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    @punnet: thanks for the info..

    By the way i wasnt using this bike earlier ,,its just been 6 months from wen i got it.....my bro'n law used it earlier and he had got the reboring done.....But i dunno wat has happened nw.....will get it sorted out at the next service coz i've already spent a lot of bucks.ryt nw....
    and as the paint is considered mine also has started to fade...and also has got hell lot of dents on it.......any cheap way to take out the dents????

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