Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS


Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS Price, Features and Specifications

Price (MRP): Rs. 51,000
Release date: December, 2010
Intro : Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS (Light Sport sports a lean and mean look that is sure to set your pulse racing even before you ride it. LED tail lamps, clip on handle bar, split seats, split grab rail, single down tube frame Gives the bike an aggressive, sporty look and feel while providing great riding comfort. At the heart of the Pulsar 135LS is an engineering marvel. 4 Valve combined with digital twin spark technology. Making the engine not just powerful and efficient but also light and compact. Worlds first and only 4 Valve DTS-i bike gives more volume of air-fuel mixture with efficient combustion. The 4 Valve DTS-i, 135cc, 13.5Ps for better power and fuel efficiency. The ExhausTEC (Torque Expansion Chamber)* technology for the exhaust technology is for quicker and better evacuation of exhaust gases. The 5 speed gearbox is for better pick-up at low speeds thus removing the need for constant gear shifts Smooth power transmission. It has Zero maintenance Battery, single down tube chassis frame, weighs less yet lends robustness. It has 5 spoke alloy wheels for easy maintenance. The LED tail lamps has less power consumption and longer life. Electric start with auto choke for hassle free and quick starting in all weather conditions. The suspensions used make riding comfort for both rider and pillion on all terrains. Battery charge indicator helps in easy monitoring of battery status. Twin pilot lamps and pass switch for better visibility during twilight. Front disc brakes are for efficient braking and enhanced safety. It has DC Ignition.
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      Engine Type : 4 stroke, air cooled, 4-valve, single cylinder, SOHC, DTS-i
      Displacement (cc) : 135
      Cylinder Layout : Single Cylinder
      Valves per cylinder : 4
      Maximum Power (PS@RPM) : 13.5PS at 9,000 rpm
      Maximum Torque (NM@RPM) : 11.4Nm at 7500rpm
      Max Speed (kmph) : 115
      0-60 kmph (seconds) : 5.0
      Highway (kmpl) : 65.0
      City (kmpl) : 50.0
      Brakes Front : Disc (Diameter 240 mm)
      Brakes Rear : Drum (Diameter 130 mm)
      Front Suspension : Telescopic Front Fork with antifriction bush (Stroke 130)
      Rear Suspension : Nitrox-assisted triple rated spring
  Fuel Tank
      Fuel Tank Capacity (litre) : 8.0
      Fuel Reserve (litre) : 2.0
      Gear Box : 5
      Clutch Type : Wet multiplate
      Front Tyre : Tube type Unidirectional - 2.75 x 17"
      Rear Tyre : Tube type Unidirectional - 100 / 90 x 17"
      Front Rim : 1.4 X 17, 5 Spoke Alloy
      Rear Rim : 2.15 X 17, 5 Spoke Alloy
      Wheel Base (mm) : 1325
  Other Features
      Type of Bike : Commuter
      Electric Start : True
      Clip-on Bars : True
      Colours Available : cocktail wine red and Mid night black
      Fuel Gauge : True
      Head Lamp : 35/35 W with 2 pilot lamps
      Tachometer : True
      Tail / Stop Lamp : LED tail lamps
      Tripmeter : True
      Tubeless Tyres : False
      Ground Clearance (mm) : 170.0
      Height (mm) : 1165.0
      Length (mm) : 2035.0
      Width (mm) : 750.0
      Kerb Weight (kg) : 122.0
      Battery : 12 V Full DC

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