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    Default Re: Bajaj Pulsar AS 150

    Quote Originally Posted by ravi_m View Post
    Is there any difference between As150 & As200 headlight..

    I dnt think so...
    Excepct engine , tyre & rear disc brake
    no there is no difference...

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    do any body knows how to change from drum brakes to disc brakes

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    i am not getting the redirecting email from where i can activate my account...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sankha S.r.n View Post
    do any body knows how to change from drum brakes to disc brakes
    Bro, I'd advice you to use drum and not Disc. The reason is with Disc, you get more chances of locking rear in panic braking situations and can make way for skidding. Generally on emergency braking, we tend to apply rear brakes mostly as it's easily triggered. But with Motorcycles, the proper braking should be 70% front and 30% rear. At least rear must always be less used and use front more. My 200NS has read Disc, though I felt great to have them, but many times forgetfully I ended up locking the wheels.

    But careful on wet roads, gravel and taking corners. Avoid front disc brakes at full pressure in such cases, front wheel can easily lock on such cases and will seriously result in skidding. I'd advice you to read the braking concepts here in xbhp forums itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbm_guy View Post
    Bro, I'd advice you to use drum and not Disc. The reason is with Disc, you get more chances of locking rear in panic braking situations and can make way for skidding. Generally on emergency braking, we tend to apply rear brakes mostly as it's easily triggered. But with Motorcycles, the proper braking should be 70% front and 30% rear. At least rear must always be less used and use front more. My 200NS has read Disc, though I felt great to have them, but many times forgetfully I ended up locking the wheels.

    But careful on wet roads, gravel and taking corners. Avoid front disc brakes at full pressure in such cases, front wheel can easily lock on such cases and will seriously result in skidding. I'd advice you to read the braking concepts here in xbhp forums itself.
    think it depends on your braking skills.. one can stop a bike in less distance compared to abs..

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    Thankx for the info about the braking. I am the pulsar AS150 owner pratik dutta. New in xbhp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sankha S.r.n View Post
    think it depends on your braking skills.. one can stop a bike in less distance compared to abs..
    One needs a lot of practice and humans tend to lose concentration at times. ABS comes handy there. For example, burning rubber by locking the two wheels in straight line is the 100% ideal braking. ABS is less effective compared to aligned wheel lock, however by the nature of physics, it doesn't happen never. After every wheel lock, the direction will not be straight and hence resulting in skidding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by REMOAS150 View Post
    Thankx for the info about the braking. I am the pulsar AS150 owner pratik dutta. New in xbhp.
    Congrats bro. All the best, ride safe. You can share more details about it here. By the way, what made you choose this little beast compared to Gixxer?

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    Default Re: Bajaj Pulsar AS 150

    Yeah...14 bhp @ 9000 rpm
    Definatly underpower..

    Today i went to showroom to check my bike arrived or not.
    There i saw avenger street 150..
    My wife liked that bike... Honestly i too like the looks, new handlebar, bulky tyres...
    So thought came in my mind..
    But neverthe less i stick to pulsar 150As..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ravi_m View Post
    Yeah...14 bhp @ 9000 rpm
    Definatly underpower..

    Today i went to showroom to check my bike arrived or not.
    There i saw avenger street 150..
    My wife liked that bike... Honestly i too like the looks, new handlebar, bulky tyres...
    So thought came in my mind..
    But neverthe less i stick to pulsar 150As..
    yeah sticking to AS 150 will be a better choice, if you want to cruiser then go for TB OR RE.. worth paying for what you need..

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