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RalphRatcliff Posted - 10/11/2019 : 10:22:07
So how does that power translate to performance on the streets? Well, for starters, the 0-100 run takes up 10.2 seconds & the bike goes on to a company claimed the top speed of 135 kmph [url=https://autoportal.com/newbikes/bajaj/pulsar-200-ns/]bajaj 200 cc bikes[/url]. This aptly named hooligan inspires you to rev the nuts off her and the perimeter frame, monoshock rear suspension & disc brakes front and back are more than enough to keep you grinning inside your helmet. The broad tyres help keep things on an even keel. Running 17 inch tubeless MRF Eurogrip tyres, the front is a 100/80 section & the rear is a 130/70. The unique tread pattern helps keep the bike firmly planted during aggressive cornering. The bike is quite forgiving but takes serious inputs to muscle it around technical corners. It does not bite back should you manage to put her firmly in the corner, but do tread with care. The wider turning radius will mean that you will not be able to flick it so easily.

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