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    Default Re: Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Owners Review and Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by yasirfz16 View Post
    Help me suggest what should I do? Ball bearing cant be replaced in every 3 months
    Check for bent forks, fork tube and triple clamp, one of that could be the reason for pre-mature wear of head bearing so soon within 3 months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiran2508 View Post
    Check for bent forks, fork tube and triple clamp, one of that could be the reason for pre-mature wear of head bearing so soon within 3 months.
    Everything related to forks in is alright, there is no problem with these things.
    One thing to add is that after replacing bearing set I went to mussoorie trip and it is almost hilly terrain. Does that have anything to do with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yasirfz16 View Post
    Everything related to forks in is alright, there is no problem with these things.
    One thing to add is that after replacing bearing set I went to mussoorie trip and it is almost hilly terrain. Does that have anything to do with it?
    There is a thud sound that comes from the front somewhere in the RS 200. It has been there since launch, and Bajaj hasn't fixed it even in the BS4 versions. This sound comes when you hit a pothole or speedbump at medium speed. It will not go away, so there is no use trying to rectify it. You'll just have to live with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yasirfz16 View Post
    I bought a second hand RS200 of 2017 make. After purchasing I changed the ball bearing set of handlebar because it had reached it limits. And now, just after 3 months of replacement the same problem is arising, if kept loose then the "kat-kat" sound is obvious in speed breakers and if tightened then the handle movement is partially jammed which poses problem during turns. The local mechanic says that ball bearing set has to be replaced
    Help me suggest what should I do? Ball bearing cant be replaced in every 3 months
    Replace the ball bearing once more if the problem isn't fixed replace the t stem

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    Recently poured Motul 300V 15w50 into RS200 but the response is not as expected. Instead the performance has gone down. There is more engine noise and vibration than before. I cant understand the problem. Does 300V is not supported by RS200??

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    Recently poured Motul 300V 15w50 into RS200 but the response is not as expected. Instead the performance has gone down. There is more engine noise and vibration than before. I cant understand the problem. Does 300V is not supported by RS200??
    No, 300V is not recommend for RS200. That oil is only for performance race oriented and lasts only 2000-1500kms. It'll cause leaky head gaskets and bad valve oil seals if used for long duration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yasirfz16 View Post
    Recently poured Motul 300V 15w50 into RS200 but the response is not as expected. Instead the performance has gone down. There is more engine noise and vibration than before. I cant understand the problem. Does 300V is not supported by RS200??
    If you've followed my post, I've always recommended not to use the 300V on our motorcycles. The oil just doesn't do justice for the price, or the performance it has to offer. The best oil for the NS/RS series are 3100 and the 5100 of the same grade, especially the later. 300V has a high tendency to roughen the engine and induce hard gear shifts after a few hundred KMS of ride or once the engine is warmed up. After extensively using 300V for a while now, it's been years since I've looked back at this oil. It's always Shell, or other grades of Motul and not 300V.

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    If you've followed my post, I've always recommended not to use the 300V on our motorcycles. The oil just doesn't do justice for the price, or the performance it has to offer. The best oil for the NS/RS series are 3100 and the 5100 of the same grade, especially the later. 300V has a high tendency to roughen the engine and induce hard gear shifts after a few hundred KMS of ride or once the engine is warmed up. After extensively using 300V for a while now, it's been years since I've looked back at this oil. It's always Shell, or other grades of Motul and not 300V.

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    So should I drain 300v and pour 5100 or 7100 cause I am having serious engine noise and vibration issues since 300v is poured in?

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    Good to know info.

    I moved to Motul 7100 10w50 from 7100 20w50 a month ago, there was some vibration early on but it's smoother than it was before oil change.
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    So should I drain 300v and pour 5100 or 7100 cause I am having serious engine noise and vibration issues since 300v is poured in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yasirfz16 View Post
    So should I drain 300v and pour 5100 or 7100 cause I am having serious engine noise and vibration issues since 300v is poured in?
    I would recommend you use it for the timebeing say around 2k kms, and then drain the oil. Draining it less than 1k is sheer waste of hard earned money and oil. You can use it without a problem, but make sure you stay away from it next time.

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