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  • 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

    Hi

    Last month I bought an Pulsar NS 200 ABS from Mayur auto Dehradun. While riding back I noticed that there are some jerks while riding the bike between 3-5 k RPM in high gears(5 and 6) as if the bike is coming on reserve but it has a good amount of fuel. The bike is due for its first service. Recently had to ride the bike till Delhi kept it under 70 for most of the trip but still there are jerks while riding it between 3-5 k rpm. Took my bike to Mayur bajaj and told them about it and the guy simply refused to even look into the issue and said bike is good you are thinking about it too much. Is this a faulty carb issue or more of a bad tuning of carb? Can any one please help me and point me to right direction since Bajaj SVC probably wont be able to resolve the issue.

    *point me to a good mechanic in Delhi or Noida.
    *It is okay for me to void the warranty wont be going there after 1st service?

    Thanks in advanced
    Last edited by bombdwaj; 08-21-2018, 12:15 PM.

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    Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

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      Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

      Originally posted by bombdwaj View Post
      Hi

      Last month I bought an Pulsar NS 200 ABS from Mayur auto Dehradun. While riding back I noticed that there are some jerks while riding the bike between 3-5 k RPM in high gears(5 and 6) as if the bike is coming on reserve but it has a good amount of fuel. The bike is due for its first service. Recently had to ride the bike till Delhi kept it under 70 for most of the trip but still there are jerks while riding it between 3-5 k rpm. Took my bike to Mayur bajaj and told them about it and the guy simply refused to even look into the issue and said bike is good you are thinking about it too much. Is this a faulty carb issue or more of a bad tuning of carb? Can any one please help me and point me to right direction since Bajaj SVC probably wont be able to resolve the issue.

      *point me to a good mechanic in Delhi or Noida.
      *It is okay for me to void the warranty wont be going there after 1st service?

      Thanks in advanced
      I think it's a carburetor issue of recent 200ns models. Refer to xbhp 200ns ownership review for expert advice

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        Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

        Originally posted by bombdwaj View Post
        Hi

        Last month I bought an Pulsar NS 200 ABS from Mayur auto Dehradun. While riding back I noticed that there are some jerks while riding the bike between 3-5 k RPM in high gears(5 and 6) as if the bike is coming on reserve but it has a good amount of fuel. The bike is due for its first service. Recently had to ride the bike till Delhi kept it under 70 for most of the trip but still there are jerks while riding it between 3-5 k rpm. Took my bike to Mayur bajaj and told them about it and the guy simply refused to even look into the issue and said bike is good you are thinking about it too much. Is this a faulty carb issue or more of a bad tuning of carb? Can any one please help me and point me to right direction since Bajaj SVC probably wont be able to resolve the issue.

        *point me to a good mechanic in Delhi or Noida.
        *It is okay for me to void the warranty wont be going there after 1st service?

        Thanks in advanced
        Did the bike stand in rain for some time? How is the bike behaving post or below the mentioned RPM range? Fuel quality can also be a reason! Thats what happened with my Ninja 650
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          Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

          Originally posted by rreneav1987 View Post
          Did the bike stand in rain for some time? How is the bike behaving post or below the mentioned RPM range? Fuel quality can also be a reason! Thats what happened with my Ninja 650
          Thanks for the reply.
          No,I have a covered parking although i did rode her in rains but if this was a water in fuel tank issue then the jerks would have been felt across the rpms, bike performs like well under the range and like a dream above 5k rpm. regarding the fuel quality I refuel from the same station never faced this type of issue with my 220 will switch the pump and update if it reduces the jerks.

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            Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

            Is ur issue resolved?? Are still continuing.. If it resolved whats the problem because my bike also same problem??
            Originally posted by bombdwaj View Post
            Hi

            Last month I bought an Pulsar NS 200 ABS from Mayur auto Dehradun. While riding back I noticed that there are some jerks while riding the bike between 3-5 k RPM in high gears(5 and 6) as if the bike is coming on reserve but it has a good amount of fuel. The bike is due for its first service. Recently had to ride the bike till Delhi kept it under 70 for most of the trip but still there are jerks while riding it between 3-5 k rpm. Took my bike to Mayur bajaj and told them about it and the guy simply refused to even look into the issue and said bike is good you are thinking about it too much. Is this a faulty carb issue or more of a bad tuning of carb? Can any one please help me and point me to right direction since Bajaj SVC probably wont be able to resolve the issue.

            *point me to a good mechanic in Delhi or Noida.
            *It is okay for me to void the warranty wont be going there after 1st service?

            Thanks in advanced

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              Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

              Originally posted by kirankumarkl View Post
              Is ur issue resolved?? Are still continuing.. If it resolved whats the problem because my bike also same problem??
              HI
              Yeah issue resolved soon after the 1st service bike got better and better but recently facing another issue this time if I ride it in 6th gear,it looses it power if i am doing 100 kmph and shift to 6th gear then bike DE-accelerates and my speed goes down to 92 93 even with the full throttle and as soon as I down shift to 5th it gains the lost power and again starts building speed.

              I doubt the carb, Any one who can point me to the right direction.
              Thanks in advance.

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                Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

                I don't think one is supposed to push the bike so hard just after 1st service. I have 220, but i didn't push it beyond 90 kmph for a long time. Just saying take things slow.
                Originally posted by bombdwaj View Post
                HI
                Yeah issue resolved soon after the 1st service bike got better and better but recently facing another issue this time if I ride it in 6th gear,it looses it power if i am doing 100 kmph and shift to 6th gear then bike DE-accelerates and my speed goes down to 92 93 even with the full throttle and as soon as I down shift to 5th it gains the lost power and again starts building speed.

                I doubt the carb, Any one who can point me to the right direction.
                Thanks in advance.

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                  Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

                  Thanks bro
                  Originally posted by bombdwaj View Post
                  HI
                  Yeah issue resolved soon after the 1st service bike got better and better but recently facing another issue this time if I ride it in 6th gear,it looses it power if i am doing 100 kmph and shift to 6th gear then bike DE-accelerates and my speed goes down to 92 93 even with the full throttle and as soon as I down shift to 5th it gains the lost power and again starts building speed.

                  I doubt the carb, Any one who can point me to the right direction.
                  Thanks in advance.

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                    Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

                    Looks like a common issue. Get your fuel line checked and then work on the spark department. Change the spark plugs and the ignition coils. And hopefully it disappears.

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                    • #11
                      Re: 2017 Pulsar NS 200 jerking issue

                      Hi,

                      Get your fuel tank checked.
                      I was in same situation with my gixxer, noticed that the water drain hole on top of the tank was blocked which allowed rain water to enter in fuel tank. So got it cleared and running fine now.

                      Hope this help


                      thanks

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