Jan 29, 2007

Bajaj Pulsar 200: Full Specs

Technical specifications for Pulsar DTSi - 200
Specs sourced from here. For those who don't know, the BajajPulsar group on Yahoo is one of the most vibrant and insightful motorcycle groups on the web. Oh, and photo mooched from another Indian motorcycle blog: neo999

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION:
  • Type Four stroke, Natural air cooled/oil cooled.
  • No. of cylinders One.
  • Bore 67 mm Stroke 56.4 mm
  • Engine displacement 198.8 cc
  • Compression ratio 9.5 *+* 0.5 : 1
  • Idling Speed 1400 *+*100 rpm.
  • Maximum net power 18 Ps (Bajaj figures convert directly to bhp)/13.25Kw
  • Maximum net torque 17.17 Nm/1.75kg
  • Ignition system Digital CDI
  • Ignition Timing 10° 1400 rpm 28° 3500 rpm
  • Fuel Unleaded petrol. Carburettor UCAL MIKUNI BS29
  • Spark Plug : 2Nos. Champion RG4HC (Resistive)
  • Spark plug gap0.6 to 0.8 mm
  • Lubrication Wet sump, Forced
  • Starting Electric Start only
  • Clutch Wet, multidisc type.
  • Transmission 5 speed constant mesh.
  • Primary reduction 3.47 : 1 (66/19)
  • Gear Ratios 1st 26.04 : 1 (36/13) 2nd 17.67 : 1 (32/17) 3rd 12.97 : 1 (29/21) 4th 10.15: 1
  • (26/24) 5th 8.65 : 1 (24/26)
  • Final Drive Ratio 2.71 : 1 (38/14)
CHASSIS & BODY
  • Frame type Double cradle type.
  • Suspension: Front Telescopic (Stroke - 130 mm.)
  • Rear Trailing arm with coaxial gas assisted hydraulic shock absorbers and coil springs.
  • Brakes:
  • Tyres: 90x90 X 17, 49P, Tubeless
  • Tyre pressure:
  • Rims : Front : 2.50 x 17
  • Fuel tank capacity15 litres.
  • Controls :* Steering Handle bar Accelerator Twist grip type on right hand side of handle bar. Gears Left foot pedal operated Clutch Lever operated on left side of handle bar. Choke Push-Pull knob on carburettor. Brakes Front :Lever operated on right side of handle bar. Rear : Pedal operated by right foot.
  • Length :2035 mm.
  • Width : 750 mm
  • Height :1165 mm.
  • Wheel base :1350 mm.
  • Turning circle radius : 2500 mm.
  • Ground Clearance:165mm.
  • Vehicle kerb weight: 145 Kg
  • Max. total weight : 280 Kg.
ELECTRICALS
  • System 12 Volts (D.C.)
  • Battery 12V 9Ah MF type
  • Head lamp 35/35 W Pilot lamp( 2 nos ,5 W each)
  • Tail/stop lamp LED/LED
  • Turn signal lamp :10 W
  • Turn signal pilot lamp : LED
  • Side stand indicator lamp : LED
  • Hi beam indicator lamp : LED
  • Neutral indicator lamp : LED
  • Speedometer lamp : LCD Display
  • Rear No. plate Lamp : 5 W
  • Horn :12 V DC
PERFORMANCE
  • Maximum speed :130 km/h with single rider (68 kg)
  • Climbing ability : 28 % (160)
Boring in parts, eh? Okay. Here's the stuff. Bajaj is likely to launch the bike very soon, and you could see an announcement as soon as the first week of February itself. As expected, the 200 has 18 bhp on offer and is going to slot in between the 180 and 220. Which should mean roughly Rs 75000 on-road (Pune). Which, again, is great value. It has all the gizmos from the 220 but for the fuel injection.

Of all the Pulsars, I think the tank extensions on the front make this my favourite Pulsar in looks terms. Although, I'd have junked the fairing for a MT-01/FZ-1N style naked headlamp. Would have looked more aggro and different... As usual, can't wait to get my grubby paws on it...

11 comments:

Navendu said...

Correction: Just confirmed with the original poster (Venkat on Pulsar group), the tyre sizes are 90/90x17 front and 120/80x17 rear. Same as P220.

Anonymous said...

how about the kick .
i suppose its missing from bike in 200cc

Anonymous said...

i am so amazed abt this bike that i really would go and buy it and it looks much bettter than the 220 thats what i feel .... only this is that i would miss the mpfi and the rear disk break !!!! if u put that then 200 is my choice ....

amit mohar said...

I had already bought a pulsar 200 and everybody like it very much. I am too
happy when I am driving it.

suhas said...

kicker gives a miss here

honeymon.s said...

hi ! it sounds good.
i wld like to know abt the new OILCOOLED-ENGINE is that fit for indian climate..........? i heard lot of gossips regarding the new phenomenon.

could you assist me with this......?

navaneeth said...

Navaneeth

I had already brought my 200 and i really loving it on my drive. I feel very happy with its performance but here is one problem because of the service and the parts are not available as good.........?

Kiran said...

A little late in on the comments , I was looking for the difference between P220 and P200 , Transmission gear ratios and ignition maps. A few of my friends own the p200 and swear by it and don't think too highly about the P220 R. Are there any other diff between them like Cam profile , carb size among other things.

regards

Kiran

Anurag Shrivastava said...

Can any body tell me about 200 CC fuel indicators working. some times it shows more bar with less fuel and vice versa.

Rohit said...

Rohit kumar i bought 200 on d august of 2010, its damn awesum, by far had competed wid karizma r nd pulsar 220 n no1 had beaten me.... They might b a 220+ bt 200 s d mst powerful, n d lng run they might catch up bt n d city no comparison n case of acceleration n power...... I'd lyk 2 c sum1 wid 220+ beat me n cse of power...... Lng live 200.

Anonymous said...

The old version is still the best compared to naked sports