The Bajaj Pulsar is an amazing bike. I like the pick-up of Pulsar, and it has great fuel efficiency. I have a 150 DTS-I and a 180 DTS-I. The top gear is like a rocket and the top speed is mind blowing.
180 Dts-i Damn Good bike. Not for everyone. Power lovers know best about it. Only thing I want to know is that if I fit a thinner rear tire, will it increase its top speed? I know it will be little unstable. But I am mad about top speed, will it increase top speed? I am 48kg. I myself could do 128 kmph.
I get mileage of 45 km pl and a top speed of 130 kph. I am 50 kg rider. I want to know how some people tweaks their exhaust to boost the top speed? My Yahoo ID is shonti_kol.
Can anyone please tell me about the DTS-I technology, how it works to improve the performance of the bike..? I'm going to go for a Pulsar 150 DTS-i... that's why I want to know about that...
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I am planning to buy a new bike in January and am more inclined towards the Pulsar 150 DTS-i. Could anyone tell me about the practical mileage, speed and power of the bike. I want a powerful and fuel efficient bike (at least 55-60 kmpl). My email id is email@example.com
I got my Pulsar 180DTSI two months back. No doubt it's got great pick up and power, but I have been having some problems with the gearshift of late. Particularly, difficulty in engaging 1st gear and gears getting jammed in rare cases. Has anybody else had such a problem? Definitely I do not expect these kind of issues from a 2 month old bike that has done less than 2000 km.
Hi, all. Actually I want to go for Pulsar 180 DTSi (new model with black engine). Could you tell me, is it good or not?
And please tell me the average and top speed of that particular one. And the on-road price, which I found is 61000. Is it reasonable or not? Waiting for your reply... please help me.
I bought a Pulsar 180 DTS-i (black) 6 days back. It's a amazing bike. Too bad I can't drive it fast because I have to wait for the first service.
The bike has a good pickup. It's definitely made for the power hungry guys in India. I'd recommend the Pulsar 180 DTS-i to anyone who doesn't care about the mileage and loves to modify it.
Hey man, which to buy, is it a Pulsar DTS-i 150cc or a 180cc bike. I know that the 150cc DTS-i is more fuel efficient than the 180cc, but still I would like to compare their power and speed. What's their power and top speed, and can I increase its top speed by tuning the sprocket wheel, and does it give any problem if I tune it? My mail id is firstname.lastname@example.org..
New to the page and need your advice very keen on buying a bike.
Either a Honda Karizma or Bajaj Avenger.
Need to use it for 18 days while on holiday in India, and then either get rid of it or more than likely, leave it behind for the use of my nephew.
Which is the better bike?
The reason I am asking for the advice is I will just buy on the basis of your experience overall.
I don't even have a choice of colour.
Hope you guys can help.
Thanks in advance,
And please tell me the average and top speed of that particular one. And the on-road price, which I found is 61000. Is it reasonable or not? Waiting for your reply... please help me. My email id is email@example.com
Well I wanna to go for 180. Please tell me the mileage and current road price of that.
And please tell me the average and top speed of that particular one. And the on-road price, which I found is 61000. Is it reasonable or not? Waiting for your reply... please help me. My email id is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi to one and All.
I am also planning to buy 180 DTSi (black). The on road price in Bangalore is 65600Rs. Expecting your valuable comments.
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I planned to buy Pulsar 150 DTSi in near future. I would like to know the very latest onroad cost of it, and its mileage and maintanance suggestions from you. My id is firstname.lastname@example.org
I need positive and negative feedback about the new Bajaj 180 DTSI.
Dude, has anyone from Bangalore bought a 180 DTSI in black?
I don't like my p180 (black 2006). I don't feel any power. Knocking problems too above 60.
I am interested to buy a new Pulsar 150cc bike, with the colour combination of Red & Black (engine). But the showroom person said that, the colour combination is only available in the Pulsar 180cc, but not available in the 150cc.
But I am so interested in buying the Pulsar 150cc bike in the above mentioned colour combination. So can anyone please help me find out how can I approach/proceed further to get the colour combination? How can I book this bike? Please help to get my dream colour combination bike. Please reply me as early as possible. Have a nice day.
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Thanks & Regards
Hi guys- need your help.
I am planning to pick up a Bajaj 180 DTS-i Pulsar however.
1. There are a lot of complaints I see on this page about the engine knocking and the gear shift problems - is this a perineal problem or can it be rectified?
2. There also seems to be a 225cc or a 250cc coming out in mid 2006 - so do I wait or just go ahead and buy this 180black.
Thanks guys in advance.
Recently I have bought a second bike, a Pulsar DTSi 150cc.
The seller bought it for 64k, now he offers it to me for 52k, it is 5-6 months old, he is a software engineer, so what do you say is it worth?? That much?
The condition is good... but about cost am not satisfied. What do you guys say?
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I am planning to buy 180 DTSi (black). I want to know what is the onroad price in Pune. Also let me know what is name of the Bajaj showroom near to Kalyani Nagar, Pune. I also do want to make a driving licence for the same. Expecting your valuable comments.
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I had a new Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i. I feel that it's the best bike, which give an average mileage of 55 to 58 in the city traffic at a speed of 20 - 40. When I ride to get the max milege on the highway, I got a mileage of 64 kmpl. THE WORST BIKE.
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