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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Quote Originally Posted by sagarzzz View Post
    Ok, thankz bro for your advice for now will stick to euroslips 120/80,which came with my new bike.as of till now i have not faced any problems .as bike is in run in period,after completing runin then will see how they behave..
    The stock size is best as the alloy is made for higher side profile tyres, its not wide as R15/ pulsar NS/RS, unless you change the alloy (which is not preferred), the change to narrower side wall tyres like 130/70 or 140/60 is not at all useful. The best option is to upgrade to good tyres like the MRF massetter in stock profile (120/80) which give excellent grip compared to stock and also dont face accelerated wear issues of narrow side wall tyres. Its the best i have come across for Pulsar220 so far
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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Ok,apart from mrf masseter any other tyre brand that i can look for?
    Quote Originally Posted by road_ripper View Post
    The stock size is best as the alloy is made for higher side profile tyres, its not wide as R15/ pulsar NS/RS, unless you change the alloy (which is not preferred), the change to narrower side wall tyres like 130/70 or 140/60 is not at all useful. The best option is to upgrade to good tyres like the MRF massetter in stock profile (120/80) which give excellent grip compared to stock and also dont face accelerated wear issues of narrow side wall tyres. Its the best i have come across for Pulsar220 so far

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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    MRF Metor Mogrip, MRF Zapper, Ceat Zoom, Ralco Speed Blaster
    Quote Originally Posted by sagarzzz View Post
    Ok,apart from mrf masseter any other tyre brand that i can look for?
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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Quote Originally Posted by Zapps View Post
    MRF Metor Mogrip, MRF Zapper, Ceat Zoom, Ralco Speed Blaster
    Take Ceat Zoom out of the list, it is shit compared to the Masseter, but then the rest of the options are also out the Masseter's league, the closest bet is Ralco but then I'd not bet on it as I've ridden a MC with Ralco's on both ends, they're fairly decent at best.

    If money is not an issue then you have the Pirelli Angel CT and Michellin Pilot Sport Radial to consider, but finding the right size is the hard part.

    My priority of alternatives is strictly based on grip on offer.

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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Thankz bro,so according to you mrf masseter is best 1 to get for p220?how good is its grip on wet surface?
    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinprakas View Post
    Take Ceat Zoom out of the list, it is shit compared to the Masseter, but then the rest of the options are also out the Masseter's league, the closest bet is Ralco but then I'd not bet on it as I've ridden a MC with Ralco's on both ends, they're fairly decent at best.

    If money is not an issue then you have the Pirelli Angel CT and Michellin Pilot Sport Radial to consider, but finding the right size is the hard part.

    My priority of alternatives is strictly based on grip on offer.

    Ride Safe,
    A.P.
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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Quote Originally Posted by sagarzzz View Post
    Thankz bro,so according to you mrf masseter is best 1 to get for p220?how good is its grip on wet surface?
    I’m using MRF massetter of stock size and it performs really well.

    Guys; could you please let me know the BCD (pitch) & internal diameter of the P220 disc rotor. I’m looking to upgrade my stock rotor with brembo.
    Currently I’m out of country So please throw some light on this

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinprakas View Post
    Take Ceat Zoom out of the list, it is shit compared to the Masseter, but then the rest of the options are also out the Masseter's league, the closest bet is Ralco but then I'd not bet on it as I've ridden a MC with Ralco's on both ends, they're fairly decent at best.

    If money is not an issue then you have the Pirelli Angel CT and Michellin Pilot Sport Radial to consider, but finding the right size is the hard part.

    My priority of alternatives is strictly based on grip on offer.

    Ride Safe,
    A.P.

    I’m using MRF massetter of stock size and it performs really well.

    Guys; could you please let me know the BCD (pitch) & internal diameter of the P220 disc rotor. I’m looking to upgrade my stock rotor with brembo.
    Currently I’m out of country So please throw some light on this

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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Hello Guys,
    I have Fully Modified/Rebuilt my 9 year old Pulsar 220 Streetfighter to Pulsar 220F.. All new body (Ordered original parts)
    Now please let me know what all are the necessary mods needs to be done.. have cbanged front and rear tyres too.Name:  Adobe_Post_20200119_2016550.8694131924958922.jpg
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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Quote Originally Posted by kiran ramchandran View Post
    Hello Guys,
    I have Fully Modified/Rebuilt my 9 year old Pulsar 220 Streetfighter to Pulsar 220F.. All new body (Ordered original parts)
    Now please let me know what all are the necessary mods needs to be done.. have cbanged front and rear tyres too.Name:  Adobe_Post_20200119_2016550.8694131924958922.jpg
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    Pretty clean job it seems. I did this for my street-fighter too. Can you post a bigger picture of the bike with fairing?
    Last edited by rvibin; 4 Weeks Ago at 04:03 AM.
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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Now you got your own rattle-toy.
    Quote Originally Posted by kiran ramchandran View Post
    Hello Guys,
    I have Fully Modified/Rebuilt my 9 year old Pulsar 220 Streetfighter to Pulsar 220F.. All new body (Ordered original parts)
    Now please let me know what all are the necessary mods needs to be done.. have cbanged front and rear tyres too.

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    Default Re: Pulsar 220 DTSI

    Quote Originally Posted by Zapps View Post
    Now you got your own rattle-toy.
    No bro, i have studied abt it quite well and had Installed rubber bushes in necessary areas.. It dsnt rattle at all... lil vibes at the mirrors though but will sort it out..
    Today i have installed KTM indicators.. I will post the pic in a while!
    Have plans to install belly cowls too!
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