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    Bajaj Pulsar 180


    P 180 Classic



    Engine

    Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled
    Bore (mm) X Stroke (mm) 63.5 X 56.4
    Displacement (cc) 178.6
    Fuelling "Carburettor
    (Ucal - Mikuni BS 29)"
    Compression ratio 9.5 (+ 0.5) : 1
    Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 14.96 @ 8000
    Max. Torque (NM @ rpm) 13.20 @ 6500
    Starting Kick + Self

    Transmission

    Clutch Wet multiplate
    No. of gear & pattern 5 (1-down 4-up)
    Primary reduction 3.47
    Final reduction 2.8
    Gear ratio
    First 2.77
    Second 1.88
    Third 1.38
    Fourth 1.08
    Fifth 0.92

    Chassis

    Type Double cradle downtube
    Suspension
    Front Telescopic
    Rear Hydraulic shock absorber
    Brakes
    Front Disc (240 mm)
    Rear Drum(130 mm)
    Tyre
    Front 2.75 X 18"
    Rear 100 / 90 X 18"
    Fuel tank capacity 18 liter full; 3 liter reserve

    Dimensions

    Overall Length (mm) 1960
    Overall Width (mm) 750
    Overall Height (mm) 1065
    Wheel base (mm) 1278
    Ground Clearance (mm) 155
    Kerb weight (kg) 137

    Electricals

    Battery (Voltage & current) 12v, 9Ah
    Head lamp (wattage) 35 /35
    Tail / stop lamp 5 / 21
    Horn DC, 2 numbers





    P180 UG-I






    Engine

    Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled, DTS-i
    Bore (mm) X Stroke (mm) 63.5 X 56.4
    Displacement (cc) 178.6
    Fuelling "Carburettor
    (Ucal - Mikuni BS 29)"
    Compression ratio 9.5 (+ 0.5) : 1
    Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 16.00 @ 8000
    Max. Torque (NM @ rpm) 13.20 @ 6500
    Starting Kick + Self

    Transmission

    Clutch Wet multiplate
    No. of gear & pattern 5 (1-down 4-up)
    Primary reduction 3.47
    Final reduction 2.8
    Gear ratio
    First 2.77
    Second 1.88
    Third 1.38
    Fourth 1.08
    Fifth 0.92

    Chassis

    Type Double cradle downtube
    Suspension
    Front Telescopic
    Rear Hydraulic shock absorber
    Brakes
    Front Disc (240 mm)
    Rear Drum(130 mm)
    Tyre
    Front 2.75 X 18"
    Rear 100 / 90 X 18"
    Fuel tank capacity 18 liter full; 3 liter reserve

    Dimensions

    Overall Length (mm) 1960
    Overall Width (mm) 750
    Overall Height (mm) 1065
    Wheel base (mm) 1320
    Ground Clearance (mm) 155
    Kerb weight (kg) 137

    Electricals

    Battery (Voltage & current) 12v, 9Ah
    Head lamp (wattage) 35 /35
    Tail / stop lamp 5 / 21
    Horn DC, 2 numbers







    P180 UG-II








    Engine

    Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled, DTS-i
    Bore (mm) X Stroke (mm) 63.5 X 56.4
    Displacement (cc) 178.6
    Fuelling "Carburettor
    (Ucal - Mikuni BS 29)"
    Compression ratio 9.5 (+ 0.5) : 1
    Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 16.52 @ 8000
    Max. Torque (NM @ rpm) 13.20 @ 6500
    Starting Kick + Self

    Transmission

    Clutch Wet multiplate
    No. of gear & pattern 5 (1-down 4-up)
    Primary reduction 3.47
    Final reduction 2.8
    Gear ratio
    First 2.77
    Second 1.88
    Third 1.38
    Fourth 1.08
    Fifth 0.92

    Chassis

    Type Double cradle downtube
    Suspension
    Front Telescopic
    Rear Nitrox hydraulic shock absorber
    Brakes
    Front Disc (240 mm)
    Rear Drum(130 mm)
    Tyre
    Front 2.75 X 17"
    Rear 100 / 90 X 17"
    Fuel tank capacity 15 liter full; 3 liter reserve

    Dimensions

    Overall Length (mm) 1960
    Overall Width (mm) 750
    Overall Height (mm) 1065
    Wheel base (mm) 1320
    Ground Clearance (mm) 155
    Kerb weight (kg) 137

    Electricals

    Battery (Voltage & current) 12v, 9Ah
    Head lamp (wattage) 35 /35
    Tail / stop lamp 5 / 21
    Horn DC, 2 numbers






    P180 UG-III




    Engine

    Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled, DTS-i
    Bore (mm) X Stroke (mm) 63.5 X 56.4
    Displacement (cc) 178.6
    Fuelling "Carburettor
    (Ucal - Mikuni BS 29)"
    Compression ratio 9.5 (+ 0.5) : 1
    Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 16.52 @ 8000
    Max. Torque (NM @ rpm) 13.20 @ 6500
    Starting Kick + Self

    Transmission

    Clutch Wet multiplate
    No. of gear & pattern 5 (1-down 4-up)
    Primary reduction 3.47
    Final reduction 2.8
    Gear ratio
    First 2.77
    Second 1.88
    Third 1.38
    Fourth 1.08
    Fifth 0.92

    Chassis

    Type Double cradle downtube
    Suspension
    Front Telescopic
    Rear Nitrox hydraulic shock absorber
    Brakes
    Front Disc (240 mm)
    Rear Drum(130 mm)
    Tyre
    Front 2.75 X 17"
    Rear 100 / 90 X 17"
    Fuel tank capacity 15 liter full; 3 liter reserve

    Dimensions

    Overall Length (mm) 1960
    Overall Width (mm) 750
    Overall Height (mm) 1065
    Wheel base (mm) 1320
    Ground Clearance (mm) 155
    Kerb weight (kg) 137

    Electricals

    Battery (Voltage & current) 12v, 9Ah
    Head lamp (wattage) 35 /35
    Tail / stop lamp 5 / 21
    Horn DC, 2 numbers








    P180 UG-IV




    Engine

    Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled, DTS-i
    Bore (mm) X Stroke (mm) 63.5 X 56.4
    Displacement (cc) 178.6
    Fuelling "Carburettor
    (Ucal - Mikuni BS 29)"
    Compression ratio 9.5 (+ 0.5) : 1
    Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 16.52 @ 8000
    Max. Torque (NM @ rpm) 13.20 @ 6500
    Starting Kick + Self

    Transmission

    Clutch Wet multiplate
    No. of gear & pattern 5 (1-down 4-up)
    Primary reduction 3.47
    Final reduction 2.8
    Gear ratio
    First 2.77
    Second 1.88
    Third 1.38
    Fourth 1.08
    Fifth 0.92

    Chassis

    Type Double cradle downtube
    Suspension
    Front Telescopic (37mm dia)130 mm stroke
    Rear Nitrox hydraulic shock absorber
    Brakes
    Front Disc (240 mm)
    Rear Drum(130 mm)
    Tyre
    Front 2.75 X 17"
    Rear 120 / 80 X 17"
    Fuel tank capacity 15 liter full; 3 liter reserve

    Dimensions

    Overall Length (mm) 1960
    Overall Width (mm) 750
    Overall Height (mm) 1065
    Wheel base (mm) 1320
    Ground Clearance (mm) 155
    Kerb weight (kg) 137

    Electricals

    Battery (Voltage & current) 12v, 9Ah
    Head lamp (wattage) 35 /35
    Tail / stop lamp 5 / 21
    Horn DC, 2 numbers










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    mine is titanic silver august 2007 model and has just completed 10000kms
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    Last edited by sunilg; 12-03-2012, 04:13 PM.
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    • #3
      mine is black(phantom), clocked 11,000 kms
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      • #4
        Mine is blue, 2004 model (first DTSi model)!!!!! Lovely one!!!!

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        • #5
          my pulsar's.

          1.pulsar 180 model 2003 cl, sold in 2005 feb,done 44000 kms.

          2.pulsar dtsi model 2005,running fine,done 68000 kms.
          NOTHING FOREVER,EXCEPT CHANGE.

          Without opportunity,TALENT is nothing.

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          • #6
            Hi people ,
            I was tempted to start a thread "p180 vs p200" .
            Now -
            1)Is Bajaj still sells pulsar 180 dts-i models?
            I asked because bajaj dealer said it is not available some 2 months back.
            2) what is the advantages and disadvantages of Pulsar 180 vs Pulsar 200 ?

            I heard both give almost the same mileage.still many prefers p180 ?what is the reason? spare availability?or p200 -difficult to maintain?

            first word from many mechanics is that- current lott of p200's are unreliable - get a p180 instead
            I want some info regarding this.

            also ,please mention the big differences in latest version of P180 and p200.
            Thanks.
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            • #7
              I ride the Super P180 cl 2002 June model, done about 32,000 kms. I'm using K & N air filter, fitted with P 200 Bore & Piston, 120/80 R16 MRF rubber. The paint is the original Cherry Red shade. Last but not the least it has 100/90 lighting. Planning to get it back to 18" wheels, there is a slight problem in the engine, there is a little vibration, when I rev it a little harder. I think it is due to the balancer shaft problem, it will be sorted out shortly & then I expect it to FLY.

              CHEERS,
              G D
              PEACE

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              • #8
                Originally posted by prakash_mvpa View Post
                first word from many mechanics is that- current lott of p200's are unreliable - get a p180 instead
                I want some info regarding this.
                Overtime the newer pulsars have only become more plastic-ky. I can't comment on the reliability of the new P180 vs P200. However, with a P180 you'll have an advantage with spares. P180 shares some of its spares with its predecessors, and some with P150 as well. The P200 shares some parts with P220. Considering Bajaj's inventory mess and bad version control, you are more likely to find P180s spares easily and in more areas than of P200.

                So, take your pic based on what you plan to use the bike for.
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                • #9
                  pulsar 200 is marginally more powerful and has less mileage
                  180 gives around 40kmpl and 200 gives around 30

                  spares obviously are cheaper for 180

                  200 is a little hard to flick in city traffic though it has good low end power

                  as for me i went for the 180 as 200's were being called back for front fork problem and 220 wasnt launched so i stayed on the safer side
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by themadrussian View Post
                    pulsar 200 is marginally more powerful and has less mileage
                    180 gives around 40kmpl and 200 gives around 30

                    spares obviously are cheaper for 180

                    200 is a little hard to flick in city traffic though it has good low end power

                    as for me i went for the 180 as 200's were being called back for front fork problem and 220 wasnt launched so i stayed on the safer side
                    Dude....i have a lot of my friends who maintain their 200s properly and they get a very healthy mileage of around 40...!! So, i cant be said that the 200 gives 30...!!

                    Even my ZMA is giving me a mileage of around 38 - 40....!!

                    The 200 only lacks a bit in the Top end but it has a superb low end and mid range(which is pretty much sufficient for normal city riding)..!!

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                    • #11
                      @madrussian: My P-200 has given me 50+kmpl. not once, not twice but three times over!
                      :)

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Aryan View Post
                        @madrussian: My P-200 has given me 50+kmpl. not once, not twice but three times over!
                        Thats basically due to the fact that urs is pretty new.....!! Where as, my friend's is a year old now....!!

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                        • #13
                          that way my 180 has given me 60kmpl but only once .. when i rode it like a grandma

                          the figures i gave were my own when i rode my friend's 200 for a month
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by themadrussian View Post
                            that way my 180 has given me 60kmpl but only once .. when i rode it like a grandma

                            the figures i gave were my own when i rode my friend's 200 for a month
                            I didn't only mention that u need to ride slowly to extract out good mileage...but i had also mentioned abt the care of the bike...!! Regular servicing is a bliss to the bike....

                            Also, little bursts here and there dont affect the mileage much(coz i have seen my friend ripping bike many times, but still he used to get good/healthy mileage bcoz of the kind of maintainence he follows....)...!!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by inder.cool View Post
                              ....The 200 only lacks a bit in the Top end but it has a superb low end and mid range(which is pretty much sufficient for normal city riding)..!!
                              Agree with the top end part, but I thought the P200 lacked low end grunt because of a peaky engine, which is why people loved the classic-180 like acceleration at the higher rpms. I am also saying this because that's what I felt during the 600km trip I did in a friend's P200 recently. I might be wrong.

                              Regarding mileage, the bike consistently returned 38-40 kmpl.
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