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    Bajaj Pulsar 200 ns



    ENGINE

    TypeType SOHC - 4V - Liquid Cooled
    Combustion system Triple spark
    Ignition system Independent spark control through ECU
    Crankshaft TypeIntegral
    Max Power 23.52 PS @ 9500
    Max Torque 18.3 Nm @ 8000
    Bore 72 mm
    Stroke 49 mm
    Displacement199.5 cc
    Fuel system Carburettor, UCD 33
    Air filter Paper element
    Exhaust systemExhaust 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 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
    FrontPetal Disc with floating caliper
    RearPetal Disc with floating caliper
    BRAKE SIZE
    FrontDia 280 mm Disc
    RearDia 230 mm Disc
    TYRES
    Front100/80 - 17, 52 P, Tubeless
    Rear130/70 - 17, 61 P, Tubeless
    RIMS
    Front10 spoke 2.5 x 17, Alloy
    Rear10 Spoke, 3.5 x 17, Alloy

    ACCELERATION (Claimed)

    0-60 kmph3.61 sec
    0-100 kmph9.83 sec
    Max Speed136 Kmph
    BRAKING PERFORMANCE
    Braking Distance - Both brakes (60 - 0 Kmph)16.33 meter

    ELECTRICALS

    SystemDC Ignition
    Battery12V 8AH VRLA
    Head LampH4 bulb 12V 55/60W
    Tail/Stop Lamp0.3/3 W, LED








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    Pulsar 200 NS Workshop/Training Manual can be downloaded from here.

    200 Ns Service Manual
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    Last edited by B7ACKTHORN; 02-10-2014, 12:01 AM.

  • #2
    Ownership Thread Approved

    Congrats Chintan on your new bike being the very 1st Pulsar 200NS in India. Wishing you a million safe miles ahead.
    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
      Originally posted by chintan99 View Post
      Hi Guys,

      I got my PULSAR 200 NS on 07/06/2012. I am among the first few owners of PULSAR 200 NS, but company guys have told me I am the FIRST among THE FIRST ones. I was in touch with company guys for Last 8 months or so. BAJAJ guys were very helpful throughout those 8 months and they helped me a lot in getting the FIRST PULSAR 200 NS. Also after getting delivery of my vehicle Bajaj guys have always offered me help/assistance

      Now coming to the bike, IT’S A GEM to own. It’s totally VALUE FOR MONEY. While riding the bike I found it responding very quickly. Gear shifts are smooth. Pickup is awesome. Braking is also great. And it’s the BEST bike that I have ever experienced.

      I will give a detailed review of the bike in a week’s time. I would surely recommend it to all of you to buy it/upgrade your existing bikes.

      I would like to thank everyone @ BAJAJ for making such a wonderful bike and helping me get the FIRST one.

      Regards,
      Chintan Shah.
      Congrats the black beast is looking so hot.

      Share your riding experience eagerly waiting for it.
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      • #4
        WoooooW, Awsome, Congrats man, Pretty coool, expecting more photos and your detailed review, black is always classy
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        • #5
          Congrats man, yeah expecting a detailed feedback here, will be watching this space for more.

          Cheers mate
          Ride Safe
          krishna
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          ulsar 220F
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          • #6
            Congratulations!!

            Do write about how the bike feels with regular use, the fuel efficiency, comfort level on long trips, etc

            Originally posted by antz.bin View Post
            Ownership Thread Approved

            Congrats Chintan on your new bike being the very 1st Pulsar 200NS in India. Wishing you a million safe miles ahead.
            Not just 1st Pulsar 200NS in India, its in THE WORLD
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            • #7
              Originally posted by MHG View Post
              Congratulations!!

              Do write about how the bike feels with regular use, the fuel efficiency, comfort level on long trips, etc


              Not just 1st Pulsar 200NS in India, its in THE WORLD
              that's correct ! Congratulations Chintan!.
              This must be the most anticipated thread for this year !

              Ride safe !
              Projectile
              You can only go as fast as you can brake!

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              • #8
                Congratz dude, that's way awesome!!! please let us know how the bike is, as we are all eager to see how it fares against the KTM...
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                • #9
                  Congrats Chintan! Lot of us have a long way to go before we can even test ride the bike! You sure are one of the luckiest bikers around.
                  Been There, Done That; Better!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by chintan99 View Post
                    Hi Guys,

                    I got my PULSAR 200 NS on 07/06/2012. I am among the first few owners of PULSAR 200 NS, but company guys have told me I am the FIRST among THE FIRST ones. I was in touch with company guys for Last 8 months or so. BAJAJ guys were very helpful throughout those 8 months and they helped me a lot in getting the FIRST PULSAR 200 NS. Also after getting delivery of my vehicle Bajaj guys have always offered me help/assistance

                    Now coming to the bike, IT’S A GEM to own. It’s totally VALUE FOR MONEY. While riding the bike I found it responding very quickly. Gear shifts are smooth. Pickup is awesome. Braking is also great. And it’s the BEST bike that I have ever experienced.

                    I will give a detailed review of the bike in a week’s time. I would surely recommend it to all of you to buy it/upgrade your existing bikes.

                    I would like to thank everyone @ BAJAJ for making such a wonderful bike and helping me get the FIRST one.

                    Regards,
                    Chintan Shah.
                    congrats dude on the black beast and also nice no you got their,and try to keep your review as long as possible.lol and wats 220 doing in the launch areas and did bajaj mention anything about the 200fs?
                    Last edited by abhiiceman; 06-09-2012, 11:12 AM.

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                    • #11
                      Congratulations buddy and the first one sold is black! that's one mean looking bike. Enjoy your ride!
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                      • #12
                        Congratulations my friend! You were very lucky.

                        Tell me more about run-in time. Is it 2000KM or what? At what speed or rev we have to ride? Is there any rev limiter like in KTM Duke?

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                        • #13
                          Waiting, waiting and waiting for the pics and ride report....
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                          • #14
                            More Pics taken today

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by chintan99 View Post
                              More Pics taken today
                              Holy smokes.. Its hot..
                              Amazing man..
                              Congrats!
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