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    Default Re: Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Owners Review and Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxman View Post
    So my bikes problems are all resolved now. Turns up the ABS wiring had to be changed and Fuel pump replaced. Everything was done under warranty.


    Ive had issues with acceleration etc for the last 6 months. It got fixed last week. Apart from that no real issues. I get a mileage of about 30kmpl with city riding. Enjoying my rides the last few days as it's good as new with the fuel pump change
    How much were you charged for this changes ?

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    Just 14months old, with odo1 13.5k...1st gear pedal broke in an accident,today the new one which is 6months old, broke without any reason...stuck in an forest route...rode 25kms in 1st gear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shriomman View Post
    How much were you charged for this changes ?
    I wasn't. Like I mentioned, it was all covered under warranty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharma Ji View Post
    Guys which one of these would be better and compatible for our beloved RS200.. .....
    OR.... CAN YOU SUGGEST ME ANY OTHER BETTER PRODUCT TO BUY ONLINE
    https://www.amazon.in/gp/aw/d/B01N4M...A2AUS0N59L59QS

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    https://www.amazon.in/gp/aw/d/B01EJK...A1TQJJVJVRMQ7N
    Anyonr out there to answer....

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    so i happen to read more reviews about the bike here regarding the 2017 models.
    This is what grabbed my attention more

    " the 199.5cc liquid-cooled motor gets revised software maps and an updated Bosch ECU for optimum combustion."

    so now the power delivery must have differed !!, anyone with existing rs found any differences with the new rs ?

    https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-ad...-review/27398/

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    Quote Originally Posted by shriomman View Post
    so i happen to read more reviews about the bike here regarding the 2017 models.
    This is what grabbed my attention more

    " the 199.5cc liquid-cooled motor gets revised software maps and an updated Bosch ECU for optimum combustion."

    so now the power delivery must have differed !!, anyone with existing rs found any differences with the new rs ?

    https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-ad...-review/27398/
    They have upgraded the Front Rotor to 300mm? Can anyone confirm this?
    "She Goes wherever i go, as i go where she does"

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    Quote Originally Posted by WILLIAMS View Post
    They have upgraded the Front Rotor to 300mm? Can anyone confirm this?
    From the 2015 model itself RS had 300mm disc.

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    Hello Everyone,

    I hope everything is going good. I am here after quite a time, and was reading previous posts for over one hour. It seems there's a lot of talk regarding issues in our RS, but I think the newer batch don't have so much issues. Bajaj has quietly upgraded RS200 taking in inputs from the problems we have been facing and now the 2017 batch is even better.

    As of now, I have clocked 13k kms in 13 months of ownership and now I'm planning to change my rear wheel. So, what are the brands should I go for?? Pirelli/Michelin/MRF (masseter) /metzellers? Should I go for 140?or stock size is the best? I need tyres which can be handle some offroading as well, though it happens twice/thrice in a quarter and I head towards mountains and I feel that need of extra grip over sand or ice or gravel. I hope you all understand what I am trying to say 🙈 I don't want that wobbly rear wheel when I ride over sand or dirt. Is this possible, or I'm expecting a totally different behaviour from my RS200??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone_Rider 0_o View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    I hope everything is going good. I am here after quite a time, and was reading previous posts for over one hour. It seems there's a lot of talk regarding issues in our RS, but I think the newer batch don't have so much issues. Bajaj has quietly upgraded RS200 taking in inputs from the problems we have been facing and now the 2017 batch is even better.

    As of now, I have clocked 13k kms in 13 months of ownership and now I'm planning to change my rear wheel. So, what are the brands should I go for?? Pirelli/Michelin/MRF (masseter) /metzellers? Should I go for 140?or stock size is the best? I need tyres which can be handle some offroading as well, though it happens twice/thrice in a quarter and I head towards mountains and I feel that need of extra grip over sand or ice or gravel. I hope you all understand what I am trying to say 🙈 I don't want that wobbly rear wheel when I ride over sand or dirt. Is this possible, or I'm expecting a totally different behaviour from my RS200??
    Go for Michelin Pilot street radial.... . Eyes closed
    ..... You can upsize to 140 but as per my thinking i always prefer stock size......
    I've upgraded both my tyres recently to Michelin Pilot Street Radial 110/70 R17 as front and Michelin Pilot Street Radial 130/70 R17 as rear. And trust me, these have awesome control.
    Last edited by Sharma Ji; 03-21-2017 at 10:20 PM.
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    Default Re: Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Owners Review and Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharma Ji View Post
    Go for Michelin Pilot street radial.... . Eyes closed
    ..... You can upsize to 140 but as per my thinking i always prefer stock size......
    I've upgraded both my tyres recently to Michelin Pilot Street Radial 110/70 R17 as front and Michelin Pilot Street Radial 130/70 R17 as rear. And trust me, these have awesome control.
    Thank you Brother I'll certainly check these out. Do you have any feedback/reviews about the pirelli's (sport demons)?
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