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    Hello xBhp members and riders. I'm from Malaysia. I wanna apologize beforehand if this introduction's too long. I've ridden bikes since I was a kid, and the bikes that I'm ridding now is a Yamaha FZ150i 2014.

    Recently, Malaysia's national motorcycle manufacturer Modenas has partnered-up with Bajaj Auto to sell Pulsars at our country. However, the people here kinda look down on Modenas' brand because their recent manufactured bikes were not reliable and not up to par with other brands (their old models were much more better in term of almost everything). Right now, there are lot of misunderstanding between the uninformed people, thinking that Pulsar bikes are hence not reliable because 'Modenas' brand is stickied to it, without knowing that Modenas have nothing to do with the tech or design; they only involved in assembling them. So if you stumble upon Facebook/Youtube comments condemning Pulsar from our country, I on behalf of these uninformed people apologize. Our country's media outlets are doing their best to clear this up and helped to promote the bikes.

    My brother is thinking of getting a Pulsar RS200, and I signed up here to seek everything about the bike; the maintenance, performances upgrade, possible problems and proper repairs. We both love to modify our bikes for better performance. My FZ has a good community here, there are lot of aftermarket performance upgrades and there are many old-timers and professionals who are willing to give advice regarding proper engine modifications and tuning. The Pulsar bikes on the other hand, are 'uncharted territories' since they are new. Since this is not the right thread to discuss it, I will open a proper thread if there's anything I would like to know.

    Good to meet you guys and cheers.

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    Hi lulzdoods


    Welcome to xBhp. Malaysia isn't across the globe from India, it's just a hop, skip and jump away

    Do check out the RS200 ownership thread for more information about the bike.
    Biking is not about what you have between your legs, its all about how well you use it!!!!!!!

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      Re: Hello From Across The Globe

      Haha..I know..it's just a phrase though

      I'm reading every pages on the thread now as I'm typing.

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        Re: Hello From Across The Globe

        Originally posted by lulzdoods View Post
        Hello xBhp members and riders. I'm from Malaysia. I wanna apologize beforehand if this introduction's too long. I've ridden bikes since I was a kid, and the bikes that I'm ridding now is a Yamaha FZ150i 2014.

        Recently, Malaysia's national motorcycle manufacturer Modenas has partnered-up with Bajaj Auto to sell Pulsars at our country. However, the people here kinda look down on Modenas' brand because their recent manufactured bikes were not reliable and not up to par with other brands (their old models were much more better in term of almost everything). Right now, there are lot of misunderstanding between the uninformed people, thinking that Pulsar bikes are hence not reliable because 'Modenas' brand is stickied to it, without knowing that Modenas have nothing to do with the tech or design; they only involved in assembling them. So if you stumble upon Facebook/Youtube comments condemning Pulsar from our country, I on behalf of these uninformed people apologize. Our country's media outlets are doing their best to clear this up and helped to promote the bikes.

        My brother is thinking of getting a Pulsar RS200, and I signed up here to seek everything about the bike; the maintenance, performances upgrade, possible problems and proper repairs. We both love to modify our bikes for better performance. My FZ has a good community here, there are lot of aftermarket performance upgrades and there are many old-timers and professionals who are willing to give advice regarding proper engine modifications and tuning. The Pulsar bikes on the other hand, are 'uncharted territories' since they are new. Since this is not the right thread to discuss it, I will open a proper thread if there's anything I would like to know.

        Good to meet you guys and cheers.
        Hi lulzdoods and all xBhp members. I'm from Malaysia too

        I agree with you and it is good that you took an initiative to clarify to everyone about what is going on in Malaysia regarding their perception on Pulsar bike.

        Tell your brother,once there is ready stock,wait no more for the RS200

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          Re: Hello From Across The Globe

          Welcome aboard and enjoy your stay at xBhp

          ATGATT !!!

          Cheers,
          WindPacer
          "Take a deep breath It's Just a BAD DAY, Not a BAD LIFE" - courtesy "The Unknown"

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            Re: Hello From Across The Globe

            Hi, welcome to xBhp!
            A bike on the road is worth two in the shed.

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              Re: Hello From Across The Globe

              Hi lulzdoos.Welcome to xBhp.

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                Re: Hello From Across The Globe

                Originally posted by AjoyAero View Post
                Hi lulzdoods and all xBhp members. I'm from Malaysia too

                I agree with you and it is good that you took an initiative to clarify to everyone about what is going on in Malaysia regarding their perception on Pulsar bike.

                Tell your brother,once there is ready stock,wait no more for the RS200

                Hey there! Yeah waiting for the new stocks is quite a hassle. I'm honestly surprised that the bike sold out pretty much quickly. There are few bike dealers which have available ready stock for RS200, but their prices are jacked up so much it becomes ridiculous. My brother & I decided to wait for a while until this craze calm down, and for the price to return to normal before going to the dealers again.

                Ohh, also thanks everyone.

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