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  • Pulsar 200 DTS-i

    Bajaj Pulsar 200 Dtsi




    Tech Specs

    Engine


    Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled with oil cooler, DTS-i Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled with oil cooler, DTS-i
    Bore (mm) X Stroke (mm) 67 X 56.4
    Displacement (cc) 198.84
    Fuelling "Carburettor (Ucal - Mikuni BS 29)"
    Compression ratio 9.5 (+ 0.5) : 1
    Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 18.02 @ 8000
    Max. Torque (NM @ rpm) 17.17 @ 6000
    Starting Self (only)


    Transmission


    Clutch Wet multiplate
    No. of gear & pattern 5 (1-down 4-up)
    Primary reduction 3.47
    Final reduction 2.71
    Gear ratio
    First 2.77
    Second 1.88
    Third 1.38
    Fourth 1.08
    Fifth 0.92


    Chassis


    Type Double cradle down tube
    Suspension
    Front Telescopic (33mm dia)
    Rear Nitrox hydraulic shock absorber
    Brakes
    Front Disc (260 mm)
    Rear Drum(130 mm)
    Tyre
    Front 90 / 90 X 17"
    Rear 120 / 80 X 17"
    Fuel tank capacity 15 liter full; 3 liter reserve


    Dimensions


    Overall Length (mm) 2035
    Overall Width (mm) 750
    Overall Height (mm) 1115
    Wheel base (mm) 1345
    Ground Clearance (mm) 165
    Kerb weight (kg) 145


    Electricals


    Battery (Voltage & current) 12v, 9Ah
    Head lamp (wattage) 35 /35
    Tail / stop lamp 5 / 21
    Horn DC, 2 numbers














    All the proud owners of pulsar 200, please post all your queries and experiences here.

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    Last edited by sunilg; 12-04-2012, 06:08 PM.
    its all about CC...

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    Topic Approved.
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    • #3
      hi guys

      hi guys how r u all,its been now 12500km on red hot babe,i just love her,i dnt knw what happend here??????i came back almost after 3-4 months,so lets start a new spin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!xbhp rocks,will post some pics soon...

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      • #4
        It's been almost one month since I got myself a blue P-200. I have done about 1,500 kms. till now, and I am loving the whole feel of the machine. Although, I personally feel the Classic had better "pull" as compared to the P-200, but that's just me I guess.

        Can't wait for the running in to complete. Will be riding out soon enough!
        Last edited by Aryan; 09-23-2008, 01:01 PM.
        :)

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        • #5
          hi aryan bhai,how r u,congrats for the new p2 ride safe and do a proper runin,i m telling u its realy gonna help u with the bike on laterstage,i have seen bikes giving tractor sound at probiking within 3 months,all the best for your bike,n keep on updating us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by rohitarora View Post
            hi aryan bhai,how r u,congrats for the new p2 ride safe and do a proper runin,i m telling u its realy gonna help u with the bike on laterstage,i have seen bikes giving tractor sound at probiking within 3 months,all the best for your bike,n keep on updating us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
            Yup, I know and thanks for reiterating the fact that nothing is more important than a proper run-in..I am strictly adhering to the run-in procedures..
            :)

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            • #7
              Hi Aryan, Congrats on your second Pulsar.
              How about a Classic P180 Vs. P200 Comparo..??


              Last edited by payeng; 09-23-2008, 01:16 PM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by payeng View Post
                Hi Aryan, Congrats on your second Pulsar.
                How about a Classic P180 Vs. P200 Comparo..??

                It will come, let me complete the run-in first..

                As far as the first impression is concerned, as compared to the Classic 180, the P-200 feels a lot more sure-footed as far as the whole machine is concerned. Moreover, the posture of the bike is more sportier than the Classic. The P-200 has a front heavy seating position, which I personally don't have any qualms about. As for the looks, I have always preferred the naked, brute looks of the Classic which I will still maintain. But the faux tank scoops of the P-200 looks gorgeous to me!

                As far as the ride goes, it definitely is better than the Classic. Going through bad roads or potholes, it feels way better composed than the Classic. But, one thing which I will again mention here is that the Classic had that grunt, that pull right from the word go, which the P-200 is missing; although once passed the 4k RPM, it does seem to pull nicely... I also miss the throaty exhaust note of the Classic 180.

                The digital instrumentation is something that I am still getting used to. Although I am used to the analogue instrumentation of the Classic, the digital console is something which I just love to gawk at..

                All in all, the experience thus far has been fantastic! Rest, after the run-in is complete..
                :)

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                • #9
                  Hi i have a 10 month old 200 which has run some 97xx kms, mine is the 2007 model, and so it's rivets where the exhaust and downpipe meet are slowly coming off, it seems this particular batch of 200's as well as 220's has this strange problem, and added to this i've had a pretty bad crash yesterday leaving my tank scratched and dented badly, therefore i need an estimate on these parts

                  1. 200 Tank
                  2. Tank Shroud (do these come in pairs or do they change each seperately)
                  3. Speedo console

                  Also the insurance tells me that i can claim only upto Rs. 10,000 without an F.I.R. so what do i do if this repairs exceed 10k? Also i intend to claim a replacement exhaust under warranty as my bike has a defective one, but the guys at PBK are telling me that since the bike has met with an accident it has to claimed under insurance, and the exhaust itself costs a whopping Rs. 7,000! how can i make change it under warranty?
                  I'm too intelligent to the unintended, and too dumb for the obvious.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by EL LOCO DIABLO View Post
                    Hi i have a 10 month old 200 which has run some 97xx kms, mine is the 2007 model, and so it's rivets where the exhaust and downpipe meet are slowly coming off, it seems this particular batch of 200's as well as 220's has this strange problem, and added to this i've had a pretty bad crash yesterday leaving my tank scratched and dented badly, therefore i need an estimate on these parts

                    1. 200 Tank
                    2. Tank Shroud (do these come in pairs or do they change each seperately)
                    3. Speedo console

                    Also the insurance tells me that i can claim only upto Rs. 10,000 without an F.I.R. so what do i do if this repairs exceed 10k? Also i intend to claim a replacement exhaust under warranty as my bike has a defective one, but the guys at PBK are telling me that since the bike has met with an accident it has to claimed under insurance, and the exhaust itself costs a whopping Rs. 7,000! how can i make change it under warranty?
                    tank is for around 4-4.5k(red) depends on the colour
                    tank panels are for around 200 for one(red) i think depends on the colour
                    speedo unit digital got a unit manufactured by pricol for 1680
                    2002 Pulsar 180 classic, 2010 Pulsar 220 Dts-i F, 2009 Yamaha FZ-S, 2001 Honda Activa

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                    • #11
                      ^^ Thanks man, now that put's some perpective when i take my bike to PBK for service, also if the exhaust issue doesn't clear up with these guys at PBK i think i'm going to have to go in for an aftermarket one, does anybody know where TerTRAC is in Chennai, i need its address, can i get a custom exhaust done for about 3000-4000 rupees? i'm not looking for any fancy end-cans

                      And great news for all you bikers looking to buy a Pulsar next year, P200 and P220 are getting upgrades, the 200 is said to come with a Fi system and the 220 will sport blacked-out engine bay, alloys and will also sport a first time ever carbon fibre end-can! (Courtesy- Bike India Oct.2008)
                      Last edited by EL LOCO DIABLO; 09-24-2008, 03:30 PM.
                      I'm too intelligent to the unintended, and too dumb for the obvious.

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                      • #12
                        @El Loco: What happened? How did you crash? Damn!!
                        :)

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                        • #13
                          A guy on an M80 swerved right into my path while i was riding at a healthy 65-70kmph through a green signalled intersection, i avoided him sharply, the bike bucked and threw me over while it nearly landed up-side-down banging up the left side of the tank ripping the plastic shroud clean off it's brackets, cracked my speedo-console, totally decimated my front fender, probably broke the headlamp brackets too, the left side and rear of the tail is also scraped considerably, but i walked away from this fiasco with nothing but bad thoughts about the M80 guy, who had meanwhile comfortably fled even with a Police mammu in the scene
                          I'm too intelligent to the unintended, and too dumb for the obvious.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by EL LOCO DIABLO View Post
                            A guy on an M80 swerved right into my path while i was riding at a healthy 65-70kmph through a green signalled intersection, i avoided him sharply, the bike bucked and threw me over while it nearly landed up-side-down banging up the left side of the tank ripping the plastic shroud clean off it's brackets, cracked my speedo-console, totally decimated my front fender, probably broke the headlamp brackets too, the left side and rear of the tail is also scraped considerably, but i walked away from this fiasco with nothing but bad thoughts about the M80 guy, who had meanwhile comfortably fled even with a Police mammu in the scene
                            Damn! That sounds really bad; glad that you were okay though..Feel bad for the P-200..
                            :)

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                            • #15
                              Well i'm worried my bike might go out of shape, it's just a ten-month old
                              I'm too intelligent to the unintended, and too dumb for the obvious.

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