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Welcome to the new Bajaj Pulsar Thread 21/4/08.

 

As our community is getting mature, we feel that it is time to bring the Bajaj team to a new wholesome level. But first we must unite all pulsarian out there. Irregardless of new, old, ex pulsar rider or even if u own a Bajaj, you are welcome to join and chat in this new thread.

 

Our aim for this new thread will be :

 

1) There will be a series of touring/long or short trip outside singapore.

 

2) Some of these trip is organise by other bike group or main outing done by SBF.

 

3) Building up ours "on the road" experience.

 

4) Building up friendship with other bikes.

 

5) BUilding up the confidence level between you and ur ride.

 

There will also be couple of meetup for a short break and chatting session, every forenightly, some rounding around singapore or even go JB for a quick top up.

 

So now, we calling all pulsarian to unite under this new thread. Please remember.... a strength of one person is not enough to accomplish all this, Let us all play a part to keep and bring this New Bajaj Pulsar team to a new level.

 

Note: Previous two thread of Bajaj Pulsar (1 residing in Bike Spec & Review and the other here in Naked Bike section) had been merge into one thread and requested to be locked for our references. All pulsarian please take note.

 

Regards

 

Nemesis _5k

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Allow me to share some of the basic knowledge about Bajaj Puslar.

 

 

Bajaj Pulsar is a motorcycle brand owned by Bajaj Auto in India. The two wheeler was developed by the product engineering division of Bajaj Auto in association with famous Japanese design house Tokyo R&D

 

History

Before the introduction of the Pulsar, the Indian motorcycle market trend was towards fuel efficient, small capacity motorcycles (that formed the 80-125 cc class). Bigger motorcycles with higher capacity virtually did not exist (except for Enfield Bullet). The launch and success of Hero Honda CBZ in 1999 showed that there was demand for performance bikes. Bajaj took the cue from there on and launched the Pulsar twins in India on November 24, 2001. [2] Since the introduction and success of Hero Honda CBZ, the Indian youth began expecting high power and other features from affordable motorcycles.

 

Market position

As of 2006, the Bajaj Pulsars arguably form the most popular motorbike product in the newly emerging 150+ cc class of Indian two wheeler market.[3] Bajaj have been regularly making alterations to it to make the motorbike look fresh at all times.

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2001

The original Pulsar came with a 150 cc or 180 cc air-cooled, single-cylinder, petrol, spark-ignited four-stroke engine. They featured a single spark plug to ignite the air-fuel mixture fed from a carburetor, simple spring shock absorbers, round headlamp dome and 1,235 mm wheelbase. Disc brakes as standard equipment was a novelty in Indian motorcycles of the early 2000s. Other standard features were parking lights and an aircraft-type fuel tank lid. The 180 cc version came with Electric Start (ES) and twin-tone horn, both of which were optional equipment on the 150 cc version.

 

2003

The second generation Pulsars featured Bajaj Auto's newly developed DTSi technology[4], which increased the power rating of both versions by 1 bhp each and also increased fuel economy[5]. This model also sported a new headlamp assembly, 1,320 mm wheelbase[6], and standard twin-tone horn and trip meter.

 

 

2005

In 2005, Bajaj launched another upgrade of the Pulsar. The bike was offered with 17 inch alloy wheels as standard option, and the stance was also lowered by about 12 mm to hopefully make it look meaner but unfortunately it could not. It was the first time any bike maker in India had offered 17 inch profile wheels at the rear. The fuel tank now had a capacity of only 15 litres[7]. The power output was now further increased to 13.5 bhp @ 8500 rpm[8]. The rear shock absorbers were now gas-filled Nitrox absorbers.

 

 

2006

Bajaj introduced another version of Pulsar. New features included: pilot lamps separated from the main headlamp, turn indicators with clear lenses and amber bulb, self-cancelling turn indicator switch, flush LCD screen with digital read-out of key vehicle data, non-contact speed sensor, non-contact backlit switches, twin-stripe LED tail-light assembly and side panels altered for a sharp, tapering-towards-the-rear look. The engine had increased torque availability, reduced vibration and improved gear shift feel[9].

 

 

2007

Main article: Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi

In July 2007, Bajaj began selling the Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi, featuring fuel injection, a digital dash, and modern styling. This bike has some features which are totally new to the indian market, like the Fuel Injection itself then there's a rear disc brake and clip on handle bars

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DTSi

DTSi stands for Digital Twin Spark Ignition, a Bajaj Auto trademark. The DTSi idea is a simple one to understand - it involved usage of two spark plugs (instead of the usual choice of one) per engine cylinder.

 

Bajaj Auto holds an Indian patent for the DTSi technology. The Alfa Romeo Twin-Spark engines, the BMW F650 Funduro which was sold in India from 1995 to 1997 also had a twin-spark plug technology, and the Rotax motorcycle engines,more recently Honda's iDSI Vehicle engines use a similar arrangement of two spark-plugs. However very few small capacity engines did eventually implement such a scheme in their production prototypes. This may be the case because the idea was perhaps not observed to yield any significant or noticeable performance benefit that could be justified against the additional investment of an extra spark plug. This may well be the reason behind very few Indian motorcycles offering products based on the multiple-spark-plugs technology. In India, it has often been a subject of debate and curiosity if the multiple-spark-plug idea is of any noticeable utility or not.

 

While Bajaj claims that the Pulsar is a complete in house product, it should also be known that they had learnt a considerable know-how of building motorcycles from their erstwhile technology partner Kawasaki. Take for instance the original Kawasaki-Bajaj Eliminator, (now sold as the Bajaj Avenger) that had a different engine design than that of the current 180/200 cc Avenger series.

 

 

ExhausTEC

ExhausTEC stands for Exhaust Torque Expansion Chamber, a Bajaj Auto trademark. The technology involves use of a small chamber connected to the exhaust pipe of the engine to modify the back-pressure and the swirl characteristics, with an aim to improve the low-end performance of the bikes. This was attempted in response to the issue of a reported lack of low-end response in Bajaj's single-cylinder four-stroke engines. The ExhausTEC technology is claimed to be highly effective in improving the overall engine response, especially the low-end torque characteristics. This enhanced performance is claimed to come at no loss of top-end performance or engine smoothness.

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Fuel injection technology worldwide

As opposed to the carburetor, the fuel injection mechanism usually improves the engine startability, offers a brisker torque response to throttle changes and diagnostics features. It is possible to establish accurate closed-loop control of air-fuel ratio by using the fuel injection mechanism (as an actuator) and utilizing feedback information from an exhaust oxygen sensor (as a sensor). These two components require sophisticated manufacturing practices and therefore a closed-loop fuel injection system forms a costly proposition. It was discovered in late 1970s that accurate closed-loop control of air-fuel mixture encourages efficient destruction of exhaust pollutants in a three-way catalytic converters thereby enabling a gasoline engine to produce substantially low exhaust emission quantities as demanded by the emission standards worldwide. It is for this reason that microprocessor based fuel injection technology has been implemented widely in gasoline powered four-wheelers since early 1980s. In early 1990s, several global two-wheeler OEMs also began downsizing and adapting the fuel injection technology for use in two-wheelers; the most notable efforts[10] have perhaps been those from Honda.

 

 

Fuel injection technology in India

In India, all four wheelers since late 1990s feature microprocessor based closed-loop fuel injection technology in place of traditional carburetor to meet the Bharat emission standards imposed by the Government of India.[11] Indian two-wheeler companies have been little sluggish in comparison, however since early 2000s, they too have initiated developing the fuel injection technology to meet the emission standards of the future (early 2010s) and for customer appeal of a high-end technology.

 

The relatively late entry of fuel injection technology in Indian two-wheelers is mainly attributed to the higher cost sensitiveness of the Indian two-wheeler market in comparison with the Indian four-wheeler market.

 

It is for these reasons, introductions of fuel-injected motorcycles such as Glamour FI, Pulsar 220 into Indian market are often considered as bold, aggressive moves. The often prohibitively higher cost that fuel-injection warrants limits the application to the 'premium' segment of the motorcycle market, as is exemplified by the rather slow sales of the Glamour FI.

 

However, the early fuel injected two-wheelers in India are not expected to implement the aforesaid closed-loop control of air-fuel ratio in view of the consequent cost implications. Rather they are likely to implement the less costly option of "open-loop" or feed-forward regulation of air-fuel ratio thereby avoiding usage of (costly) exhaust oxygen sensor. Automotive experts argue that such a scheme, in comparison with the aforesaid closed-loop scheme, is often significantly less effective in reducing exhaust pollutants (see Catalytic converter#Rich Burn Spark Ignition Engines). As a result, the early fuel injected Indian two-wheelers are not likely to be significantly more environment-friendly than their carburetted counterparts. However, these fuel-injected two-wheelers are expected to outdo their carburetted counterparts in the areas of pickup, mileage, durability, dashboard diagnostics and the customer appeal of a high-end technology.

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Stay tuned for the monthly outing & events we haf for u guys

 

Singapore Bajaj Team Monthly Outing (BTMO) FAQ

 

Q: How often is BTMO held?

A: Bajaj Team Monthly Outing is usually held either:

- Every 2nd Saturday of each month from 2100hrs till late. Just check your calenders and see which Saturday is the 2nd of that month. It's that simple!

 

 

Q: Where do you people meet?

A: The meet-ups are usually held , starting at Kallang KFC in the east side, where the ex-National Stadium is.

 

Q: How do I get there?

A: From ECP towards Changi Airport:

Exit at fort road, go straight all the way, make a left turn at the end and travel onwards till you see directions on how to get to the ex-National Stadium. When you make that left turn into Stadium drive, on your LEFT, is the KFC and Macdonald's outlet. In case of bad weather, you can find us hanging around KFC itself. Make one round at the KFC and u can find other bikers beside the KFC. All marques are most welcome to join us!

 

Q: So what do we actually do there?

A: Generally, the bikers will talk about their bikes and display their aesthestically-modified or pimp ride. Technical/Aesthetic Questions and answers are often traded at the meetup. If you would like some technical assistance with installing something..or checking out a gritty problem, the enthusiasts will be most willing to help you out for free (or maybe for some food/drink which is available at KKFC & supper place ).

 

Q: I don't ride a Bajaj! Am I welcome?

A: Other marques also do attend the monthly meetup such as Fazers, Gixxers, R1s...So don't be shy! Even if you don't ride a Bajaj, we still welcome your presence. Many of the ex-bajajowners still join up with us. So really, do feel free to join us.

 

Q: But i'm new! And i don't know anyone... however i would really like to join in.

A: Well, no worries. Make use of this forum (Introduction / Newbies corner) to introduce yourself and get people to know who you are, and your ride. You'd be surprised how many people link up with long-lost friends on the forum.

 

Q: How To Make The Best Use Of The Meetup Sessions?

A: The meetup sessions are best experienced by YOUR participation. Don't be shy to talk and say hello! All of us will be willing to share any bit of information, feedback & ideas with you. From experience, we have also noticed that people who have enjoyed themselves during the 2+ hour session, are the ones who have gone around making a lot more friends, compared to those who stand around and expect people to say hi to them in the first place. So do make that first step to say hello.

 

-courtesy of S4MG

 

 

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BTMO 29 AUGUST 2010 - NEW DATE AND TIME !

 

 

This month we meet up with fellow bikers from the Phantom Group to make a TAA donation and a charity ride to the Darul Mawa Children Home :thumb:

 

 

BTMO meet-up Info :

 

Date: Sunday 29 August 2010

Time: 16h00hrs (4:00PM) (Please take note of the meetup/departure timing)

Location : Hougang Stadium

 

 

 

 

 

 

Itinerary

 

1600hrs - Gathering @ Hougang Stadium

1615hrs - Briefing before depart

Rest of the itinerary to be announced (TBA)

 

 

 

Route maps :

 

TBA

 

 

Attending: (Please indicate if coming with a pillion. If you don't have a bike but still want to join, just indicate it and someone will pillion you)

 

01. O'Ren + Pillionette

02. Glzco

03. Alvin

04.

05.

06.

07.

08.

09.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

 

- Please ensure that your motorcycle is in good working condition

- Minimum safety attire: Jeans, covered shoes. Riders and pillions not meeting this requirement will be U-Turned and lectured by myself about protective gear :angel: (PS: only lindavw is allowed to wear flip flops and shorts because he is genetically programmed to ride like that)

- Full faced Helmet and riding gear is strongly encouraged. Please bring along your rain gear

- Safety of all the riders is of our utmost concern, so no superman antics please!

- Please observe orderly convoy riding, so no overtaking between bikes, no lane splitting. Please follow the convoy leader at all times and don't freestyle !

- Please respect traffic signs and rules, as well as speed limits

 

Regards

Nemesis

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Singapore Bajaj Team DIY Session (Hazard Light)

 

 

Date : 21th DEC 08

 

Time : 11AM to estimate 4pm

 

Location: Blk 404 MCP fernvale (sengkang WEST)

Mighty Mind street directory Page 48, 1B

 

As there is a growing number of new member, It time for a next DIY session for hazard. Hazard is a essential thing we need on the road. the wiring is simple and yet doesn't void the warranty of the bike as no orignal cable is being touched.

 

For our beloved Pulsar, Hazard light that common done by other workshop, need to on the switch followed by signal light inorder to activate the hazard light. which is not ideal in any way. The one that we'll be installing is direct. Hazard light can be activate thru only one switch.

 

We need to know how many member want to fix this hazard light inorder to confirm the date and location. Also, our R&D need to go for purchase the part needed. P180 and P200 is welcome.

 

This is a non-profit DIY session. The aim is to equip our pulsar to have a better safety equipment when on the road.

 

KINDY PLEASE LIST UR NAME BELOW AND UR CONTACT NUMBER (or PM )

 

1)pokvin - 90211432 i'd like to try the cruise control too? (P200)

2)kano - 90705564 (UG3)

3)wavy - 9627-1027 (P200)

4)proradar1 - 98300770 (UG 3)

5)Goof - 98577319 (not confirm) (UG2) (bruder since u getting the hazard light stuffs, can help me buy low voltage relay. Cos me wanna fix LED signal light)

6)Jaffar aka mjbs64 - 97821440 (P200)

7)Petrified - 93829410

8) myword (Depend on date)(UG2)

9) Orleng - 90170215 (UG2.0)

10) weswes - 91708791 (P200)

11) M|rac|e - UG3.dunknwwat.. (UG3)

12) cookie_monster - 96931904 (p200)

13) sc gaban - 93360840 (UG3)

14)katana999 - 81898353 (UG3)

15) marcsuper4 - 91009082 ( p180 UG3 )

16)silverboi - 82988132 (P180 UG2)

17) quizesilver - 92714273 P180 (nt sure wat UG, the 1st few model of 180 without led brake) (btw i am nt able to join for the stated timing if there is a new later timing, pls let me know. thanks. else i will juz diy myself.)

18) Lucky21 (Ug2)

19) Zumrah (Ug3)

 

 

Those in red have already submitted their payment. those not yet pay kindly transfer $22 Posb Saving 193-27554-0. Please keep you transfer slip as a prove that payment is made. Please do so by this Wednesday. thanks

 

 

Regards

Nemesis

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Regardless of race,religion and gender.

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We carry out our duty as a team and not indivdual.

We protect the Honour and interest of the TEAM.

Because,

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Thailand trip for Pulsar Team

 

 

 

Date: 25th June 09 to 28th June 09

Place of Gathering : GP esso (25/06)

Time : 2130ETD (Estimate time of departure): 2200Hrs

Estimate Distance: 888Km

Traveling Speed : 110km/h

Number of Rest Stop : 12 stops

Expected traveling time : 12hrs (targeted)Expected Time of reaching THAI custom : 7-8AM 26th JUNE

Expected Time of checking into hotel : b4 12 noon

Expected time spend in Thailand Hatyai : Friday to Sun

Expected time of checking out thailand custom: SUNDAY after 2pm

Expected time of reaching Singapore : Monday Morning 2amTargeted time of traveling back to Singapore : 12hours

 

 

Important DOCUMENT to Bring

A copy of vehicle registration card is require to declare ownership of your bike before entering the kingdom of Thailand. The carbon copy of the vehicle import chit is to be well kept & must return before leaving Sadao, a penalty fee would be required if it's misplaced or failure to returned during your stay from your visit to Thai again before entry. A small endorse fee of rm1 or 20baht is payable for each passport. To avoid unneccessary delays at custom, prepared with all the above.

 

And Money

based on pulsar supreme F/C and on 1 x Full Tank (19L) = 450KM = (RM 35

Total Amount need for Petrol = RM 35 x 4 time = RM 140 (NO topping of petrol in thailand. Last topping up is in Malaysia)

 

Hotel Fees = Estimate SDG $60 per day. = 60 x 2 day = SDG $120(maybe cheaper)

 

Total amount NEEDED (must) = SDG 120 + 70 (RM 140) = SDG $190 x 20% spare = SDG 228.

 

 

Plus bring along some spare cash for enjoyment in thailand.... (BUy helmet and so)

 

Travel insurance

 

It will be best to have this extra insurance to cover ourself. I will check it out and update here.

 

 

BIKE Condition

 

Please ensure the bike is certifed by UM mech to ensure that the bike is in good condition to travel NOrth and back.

 

ITem to bring along (Can share among bikes)

 

2 x spark plug

1x tires repair kit

1x Light BuLb

1X Engine Oil

1x first Aid

 

IMPORTANT NOTE

 

Please ENSURE that you got enough rest before the trip.

 

Regards

Nemesis

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gd idea for the move to a more proper thread.

by the way nemesis bro, maybe can add the FAQs mentioned in the previous thread.

 

for now,can think of the different models (ug2, ug3 etc) and the plus and minus of the bike..

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So finally, the Pulsar 200 is in SG now .....

 

 

So what is the machine price for pulsar200??

1996 - Pass my class 3

2001 - toyota corolla SBT71* U (My Old Lady)

2002 to 2007 - Mazda Premacy SDY 68** Z

2007 to 2008 - Toyota wish SGR 54** D

2008 till ???? - Daihatsu Terios7 SJL 13**J

2008 - Pass my 2B

2008 - 2010 - Bajaj Pulsar 200 FBC78** Z

2009 - Pass my 2A

2010 till ???? - Suzuki GSR400 FBE 43**X

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Universe Motor Pte Ltd is the sole distributor for Bajaj in Singapore.

 

Universe Motor (UM) is managed by pioneers in motorcycle industry of Singapore. The company was formally setup in 1990 and have grown to be a leading importer and distributor of motorcycles. They wholesale to motorcycle dealers as well as retail to biker.

 

Bajaj Service Center is located at Blk 1008, Bukit Merah lane 3 #01-22 Singapore 159722. Tel: 62789928

 

Any feeback or enquiry can email them @ [email protected]

 

Opening hours

 

Monday to Friday:

9am to 7pm

 

Sat:

9am to 6am

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IMHO, .there is a total of 3 main + 2 sub version for Bajaj DTS-i,

 

UG1 (First Batch, year 2005) - come with spoke rim and chrome exhaust, Analog meter, Engine in silver colour. (RARE to see on the road)

 

UG2 ( Year 2006) - Come with sport rim, black exhaust, no engine kill switch, engine in black colour. Analog meter. Sprocket using 6 holes.

 

UG2.1 (2006) Same as UG2 except that it came with engine kill switch. sprocket using 4 holes.

 

UG3 (2007) Digital meter, Auto signal light off, Led tail light, Cystal casing for the signal light. Design of the bike looks sharper. 15 front, 43 rear

 

UG3.1 (2008) Improved version of UG 3. Less problematic. How to know the difference... look at the carb. New model, there is a serial number engrave there. Plus the Chrome cover (front) for the exhaust is different. 15 front, 43 rear

 

UG3.2 (2008) Improved version of above. matt silver exhaust heat shield, fibre carbon Digtal meter look. Sprocket size is 39

 

P200 (2008) The new digital console is an advanced version of the latest Pulsar family. Apart from the Digital Odometer, Digital Speedo Meter, Digital Fuel Gauge and two Digital Trip Meters, the console on the 200 cc Pulsar DTS-i has indicators for Air filter condition, Engine temperature, Battery voltage and Oil level, all of which contribute to enhancing rider info for trouble-free riding. Another first is the use of split seats for styling and comfort. The split grab rail perfectly compliments the new rear chiseled looks. It is also the first Indian bike to have electric start as the sole means of engine cranking, dispensing with the kick lever. REAR Sprocket size 39

 

 

All above information is based on my finding and interaction with other pulsarian. It might not be 100% but close. :cool:

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gd idea for the move to a more proper thread.

by the way nemesis bro, maybe can add the FAQs mentioned in the previous thread.

 

for now,can think of the different models (ug2, ug3 etc) and the plus and minus of the bike..

 

Will u like to assit me on that ? thanks bro...

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GUys.... Enuff with those spec and review...

 

Let talk about real thing now.... Before anythin serious planning is to be done. CAN we have a count of strength here ?

 

Irregardless if u are a ex bajaj owner, active or not active in this thread. Kindly please put ur nick and location below.

 

Those who is not in register with the forum, you can drop us a email at [email protected]

 

For those existing member, please drop us a mail and state ur nick (if have), contact number, name and location...

 

Strength Count

1) Nemesis_5k / East

2) Lindavw / East

3) Roadrunner71 / West

4) Goofrider / SENGKANG (soon to be Pasir Ris early next year)

5) FaveTp / East

5) NiteHawk / East (Ex)

6) ApeKinz / East

7) asri_pulsar180 / West (Ex)

8) Azzy / West

9) PulsarBee / East

10) Kang / East

11) Kumar / East Central

12) Paul / East

13) Martell1981 / North

14) Sham / ? (Ex)

15) Solar / Jurong (close to Jurong CC)

16) Suvespa / West

17) Totalpet / East

18) Yani / West

19) yz1983 / West (Ex)

20) weicong / West

21) spai_duhz / West

22) ruriimasu / West

23) VVJ / West

24) seroja / West

25) joajas / West

26) Flooz / ANG MO KIO

27) Lanzer / North

28) blueyeagle / WOODLANDS (Near 888 Plaza)

29) WaaDee / west

30) Sbiker / North

31) louie

32) Norrachan

35) Wavy / West

36) warhorse6901/ TAMPINES St 71

37)Petrified/north

38) pokvin / east coast

39)marcsuper4 / north - yishun

40) kano / North

41) Chaoz/ east

42)proradar1/ East

43) firefox/ WOODLANDS (near admiralty mrt, Blk 68*)

44) MyWord / East

45) proradar1 / PUNGGOL ( jus came from pasir ris haha)

46) mjbs64 / TAMAN JURONG

47) marcsuper4 / YISHUN

48) weswes / BUANGKOK

49) silverboi / WOODLANDS (beside admiralty MRT)

50) petrified / ANG MO KIO

51) SC Gaban/ Northern Hemisphere (MARSILING DRIVE)

52) cookie_monster / AMK

53) M|rac|e / Woodlands

54) MERCENARY

55) quizesilver

56) xiaoxian

57) Orleng / AMK

58) 666777/ bishan

59) katana999

60) kenshi1777

 

For those name that not inside please update.. Guys, please drop us a mail also. thanks

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Strength Count

1) Nemesis_5k / East

2) Lindavw / East

3) RoadRunner / West

4) Goofrider / East

5) FaveTp / East

5) NiteHawk / East (Ex)

6) ApeKinz / East

7) asri_pulsar180 / West (ex)

8) Azzy / West

9) PulsarBee / East

10) Kang / East

11) Kumar / ?

12) Paul / East

13) Martell1981 / ?

14) Sham / ?

15) Solar /West

16) Suvespa / West

17) Totalpet / East

18) Yani / west

19) yz1983 / west (ex)

20) weicong / west

21) spai_duhz / west

22) ruriimasu / west

23) wjyx/ west

 

For those name that not inside please update.. Guys, please drop us a mail also. thanks

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Hi bros, was looking for the pulsar thread and found out it was locked. Hope this thread is approriate for my question. How much does 3rd party insurance cost for this bike, I am 21 years old with 2 years riding exp.. roadtax is $80 per year, yes?

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Is this for technical or can post kopi session here?

 

is open to all

Regardless of race,religion and gender.

We sworn to our duty and honour.

We carry out our duty as a team and not indivdual.

We protect the Honour and interest of the TEAM.

Because,

We are all BIKERS

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Hi bros, was looking for the pulsar thread and found out it was locked. Hope this thread is approriate for my question. How much does 3rd party insurance cost for this bike, I am 21 years old with 2 years riding exp.. roadtax is $80 per year, yes?

 

I'm not very sure... perhap u will like to call UM and look for chirstopher... he can help u

Regardless of race,religion and gender.

We sworn to our duty and honour.

We carry out our duty as a team and not indivdual.

We protect the Honour and interest of the TEAM.

Because,

We are all BIKERS

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Hi bros, was looking for the pulsar thread and found out it was locked. Hope this thread is approriate for my question. How much does 3rd party insurance cost for this bike, I am 21 years old with 2 years riding exp.. roadtax is $80 per year, yes?

 

 

for NTUC third party, i think below $250 knowing you're only 21.

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I'm not very sure... perhap u will like to call UM and look for chirstopher... he can help u

 

anyway Bruder. big UPZ for you lah.. i'm considering getting the 200cc want ah.. but dun know how much the new 200cc machine price is. lazy to call them.. hahah!

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Attached below are the Techincal Spec plus the Maintenance & Lubrication Chart for Pulsar 180 from the UG3 Bike Manual.

Hope that this is useful to people that are interested in Pulsar 180.

 

Thanks to Nemesis _5k and Lindavw for our Bajaj thread.:cheers:

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