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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
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    To download the Workshop Manual Click on this Link. I have shared the manual via my Google Drive. Let me know if it's opening and downloading.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YRP...RW5sguVBb/view


    Cheers!
    VJ
    Thanks for sharing, VJ

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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
    @ALL

    To download the Workshop Manual Click on this Link. I have shared the manual via my Google Drive. Let me know if it's opening and downloading.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YRP...RW5sguVBb/view


    Cheers!
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    You the maan!

    Now can you help me find such a workshop manual for my CT100B.
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    2015 - Bajaj Pulsar 220F (Currently 31k) < Garage Queen!
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    Post Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinprakas View Post
    You the maan!

    Now can you help me find such a workshop manual for my CT100B.
    Unfortunately I don't own though dear bud, but will let you know if I come across. I wonder if there is any.

    Cheers!
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    Went on a ride today, motorcycle is fine.

    In the picture the red motorcycle is also a P220 at heart, with a UG3 P150 Chassis, P220 Swing Arm, FZ rear alloy and Front End Including speedometer and forks.

    Was built by a fellow enthusiast. Since chain and sprockets are from FZ and the motorcycle is super light, it can outrun a stock P220 without breaking a sweat, had a hard time keeping up with today.

    P.S. My main stand had to be removed as with P135 suspensions it was barely touching the ground.
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    The Ride was Good, but Life is short, spend it Wisely!
    Adios Comrades!
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    So after delaying the obvious I finally got about to taking a closer look at my AF drain tube which I'd squeezed into a nookie soon after I got the bike and totally forgot about ever since, the stock tube was useless as I'd squished the life out of it while tucking it away and the end result was that over time it got mangled pretty bad.

    Since Bajaj didn't have a replacement available at the nearby store, I got myself a braided diesel fuel line of 8mm which I used for the drain and a 6mm tube I used for the fuel line, since these tubes are designed to last ages compared to the stock tubes that thin out every couple of thousand km's.

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    The drain tube was routed through the hollow tube under the chassis and on to the other side for support and easy access since I intend to drain it during every oil change as I'd found quite a bit of oil trapped inside there when I popped it off for the first time, was too pissed to squeeze in the stock stopper, hence used a bolt instead.

    Since I was unable to put the clip on properly I had to take the AF box off to do the same, which is irritating as I had to remove the battery, foot-peg sub-frame etc...etc..;

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    The manifold connected to the AF Box came off and I simply put it back in and laced a bit of fevibond on the outside.

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    From where I could see the vacuum piston looks solid even after 40k+, though I did notice red residue on the manifold.

    While I was at it I simply touched the shorter manifold between the head and the carb and I see that it is worn out quite a bit as the head-side ring-clamp was a bit loose even though it was tightened to its limits, twisted it until if felt tight, this isn't the right fix but I was too lazy.

    Since access was an issue I had to take the CDI temporarily off, and while I was at it snapped a picture of its part-number;

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    BS4 people, do share the part number and picture of your CDI when you get the time, would like to know if its the same or if it has been changed.

    P.S. I used jack stands to keep the motorcycle steady and used a regular scissor jack to support the exhaust while I took off the sub-frame which was originally holding it in place.

    My shifter linkage is flipped as that is how I've been riding since I got the CT100B, so as to avoid confusion while shifting between motorcycles, hence its GP Style i.e Up- Downshift, Down- Upshift.

    As for oil, I'm on my second bottle of Waxpol 20W50 and this thing is magic, to simply put it, this is a cheaper Motul 3100 Gold that works just as well, a couple more hundreds and I'll be changing to Rimula R4 or my 3rd and final bottle of Waxpol depending on where I'd be when I cross over.

    Cheers,
    A.P.
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    2015 ~ 2017 TVS Wego (Totaled at 18k)
    2015 - Bajaj Pulsar 220F (Currently 31k) < Garage Queen!
    2017 - Bajaj CT100B (Currently 21k) < 'Golden Quadrilateral' Runner!

    The Ride was Good, but Life is short, spend it Wisely!
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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinprakas View Post
    As for oil, I'm on my second bottle of Waxpol 20W50 and this thing is magic, to simply put it, this is a cheaper Motul 3100 Gold that works just as well, a couple more hundreds and I'll be changing to Rimula R4 or my 3rd and final bottle of Waxpol depending on where I'd be when I cross over.

    Cheers,
    A.P.


    Only thing I can comment as of now is about waxpol !!!

    I'd used waxpol chain lube and polish once.It was fine enough. How good the waxpol engine oil ? Is it mineral/SS Oil ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aswinlogi View Post
    Only thing I can comment as of now is about waxpol !!!

    I'd used waxpol chain lube and polish once.It was fine enough. How good the waxpol engine oil ? Is it mineral/SS Oil ?
    Its Mineral IIRC, and for the introductory price of Rs.228/- per 1.2L it was too good to be true, but now they've jacked it back to MRP at 325/- but still the performance is good because only on the Motul 3100 Gold and Waxpol Force-P have I noticed a thing peculiar to Pulsar's, on the Shell's and other oils when shifting there used to be two clicks i.e When you shift mid-shift there's a slotting feeling after which you have to go a little further for the gear to properly sot in, if you stop at first slot feel then gear pops out on hard acceleration.

    With both Motul 3100 Gold and Waxpol Force-P the mid-shift slotting has gone completely, there's only the final slotting into place, makes shifting super quick and slick, like on my friends Yamaha.

    Tomorrow or rather today, after a 100+ km commute I have planned to change oil to Rimula R4, its 15W40 hence not the recommended grade but I'm curious to see how it goes, the oil is running wonderfully on my CT100B and a friends Splendor, will post an update after putting some miles on the Rimula.
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    2015 ~ 2017 TVS Wego (Totaled at 18k)
    2015 - Bajaj Pulsar 220F (Currently 31k) < Garage Queen!
    2017 - Bajaj CT100B (Currently 21k) < 'Golden Quadrilateral' Runner!

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    Hi, I have rear suspension issues on my 220 as it's not that effective. Can anyone suggest where the refill of gas and oil for shocks is done in Bangalore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by navmurali View Post
    Hi, I have rear suspension issues on my 220 as it's not that effective. Can anyone suggest where the refill of gas and oil for shocks is done in Bangalore?
    Instead of that I'd suggest replacing them. The pair cost 2000 Rs. the last time I checked.
    Even I needed a replacement but stiffening up helped in my case since it was bottoming out way too much and was becoming harsher. I'll replace it in near future though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akash.Yadav View Post
    Instead of that I'd suggest replacing them. The pair cost 2000 Rs. the last time I checked.
    Even I needed a replacement but stiffening up helped in my case since it was bottoming out way too much and was becoming harsher. I'll replace it in near future though.
    I knew the replacement cost but atleast for now I want to try repairing it as I never experienced what it would be like.

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