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    Bajaj Discover 125 ST



    TECH SPECS

    ENGINE


    Engine 4 Valve Twin Spark Air Cooled
    Engine Displacement 124.6 cc
    Max Net Power 13 Ps @ 9000 rpm
    Max Net Torque 1.1 kgm @ 7000 rpm
    Ignition System Digital CDI
    Carburetor CV type
    Starting Self + kick start
    Clutch Multiplate Wet Clutch
    Transmission 5 Speed Constant mesh
    Max Speed 105 kmph (Claimed)


    SUSPENSION


    Front Suspension Telescopic Fork with Anti-friction DU Bush
    Rear Suspension Nitrox Monoshock with gas canister


    BRAKES


    Front Brake Petal Disc 200 mm
    Rear Brake Drum 130 mm


    TYRES AND WHEELS

    Front wheel / tyre New design alloy / 2.75 X 17 41P Tubed
    Rear wheel / tyre New design alloy / 3.00 X 17 50P Tubed
    Front 10 spoke 1.4 x 17, Alloy Die Cast(New)
    Rear 10 Spoke, 1.6 x 17, Alloy Die cast(New)


    ELECTRICALS


    System DC Ignition
    Battery 12V 5AH
    Head Lamp HS1 35/35W
    Ignition Control Unit DC CDI DTSI


    DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT

    Wheelbase 1305 mm
    Seat Height 800 mm
    Turning Circle Radius 2100 mm
    Ground Clearance 170 mm
    Kerb Weight 124.5 kg
    Fuel Tank 10 L












    Hi all xbphians.
    Thanks to all for your kind comments and helping me to choose DISCOVER 125 ST.This is my first bike and would rate this as the one of the best product from BAJAJ.
    Well the new 125 ST has certainly changed the brand image. "Discover" which was popular to known for "Deluxe Commuter" now addresses as "Stylish Commuter" with the new 125 ST. Its Handsome , muscular and bulky . The moment you sit on it you dont feel it as 125cc and can easily pass 150cc(am not mentioning R15 or CBR 150R but to basic models like discover 150 , GS150R,etc)

    I got this beauty last night only , so i couldnt experiment much with. And was given strict order that no crusing in exceed of 50 till 1000km I had to maintain in 40s. The throttle sound more like pulsars, waiting to unleash. The Riding position is very comfortable . Am 6 foot long and weigh 85kg . It suits me well. The riding was actually a pleasure. Their wasnt any false neutral , shifting was easy and good. The headlamp works soo cool . You neednt worry about the street lamp anymore, it covers ample area on the road. The highlight of this bike is MONO SHOCK Suspension Its the first in the segment and works out great . If you find this beauty very comfortable then you got to give credit to MONO SHOCK.

    By far i would say this is the best bike in 125cc . If anyone of you wants to have stylish racing and millage . I would say go for this without any second thought . More updates on millage and top speed once i finish my first service

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    Ownership experience approved and moved to correct section.

    The first (?) ownership thread on the Discover 125 St on xBhp.
    (Been There Done That) x 3.25

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    Congrats on your new bike. Drive safe

    Quote Originally Posted by rafirashi View Post
    Hi all xbphians.
    Thanks to all for your kind comments and helping me to choose DISCOVER 125 ST.This is my first bike and would rate this as the one of the best product from BAJAJ.
    Well the new 125 ST has certainly changed the brand image. "Discover" which was popular to known for "Deluxe Commuter" now addresses as "Stylish Commuter" with the new 125 ST. Its Handsome , muscular and bulky . The moment you sit on it you dont feel it as 125cc and can easily pass 150cc(am not mentioning R15 or CBR 150R but to basic models like discover 150 , GS150R,etc)

    I got this beauty last night only , so i couldnt experiment much with. And was given strict order that no crusing in exceed of 50 till 1000km I had to maintain in 40s. The throttle sound more like pulsars, waiting to unleash. The Riding position is very comfortable . Am 6 foot long and weigh 85kg . It suits me well. The riding was actually a pleasure. Their wasnt any false neutral , shifting was easy and good. The headlamp works soo cool . You neednt worry about the street lamp anymore, it covers ample area on the road. The highlight of this bike is MONO SHOCK Suspension Its the first in the segment and works out great . If you find this beauty very comfortable then you got to give credit to MONO SHOCK.

    By far i would say this is the best bike in 125cc . If anyone of you wants to have stylish racing and millage . I would say go for this without any second thought . More updates on millage and top speed once i finish my first service

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    Don't know, but to me, it looks very similar to slingshot from side ways!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunilg View Post
    Ownership experience approved and moved to correct section.

    The first (?) ownership thread on the Discover 125 St on xBhp.
    Thanks sunil for approving the topic . Think as of now am the first user of 125 ST.


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    Thread title says "Discover 125ST First impression", was wondering why first impression is in ownership section!! I guess that needs to be changed.

    Rafirashi, congrats on your new buy. Agree with you, at the moment Discover 125ST is the best choice in 125cc segment and it looks like a big bike for 125cc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vrugonnab View Post
    Thread title says "Discover 125ST First impression", was wondering why first impression is in ownership section!! I guess that needs to be changed.
    Thanks buddy , have changed the title...

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    Congrats. Hope the run-ins being done properly.
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    congrats for the new bike and on being the first owner of Disco 125ST.

    but frankly, this bike looks good only in pictures and on road it looks just a commuter bike, nothing more than it, and i feel words like "beauty" "Stylish Commuter" does not fit correctly.

    even i call my P150... a little BEAST, but thats because i own it and i love it, but everyone knows a P150 is not at all be called a beast.

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    Saw it yesterday at kanjurmarg, was surprise to see Daily Commuting Discover in this look, liked it... Looks like its ready to take on

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