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me_rathee
October 13th, 2006, 03:44 PM
Bajaj Pulsar DTS-Fi with DELPHI ENGINE MANAGMENT SYSTEM


Engine
Type
Single Cylinder Air Cooled, 4 Stroke Sohc
Valve Train
2 Valve
Displacement
220cc
Bore & Stroke
NA
Comp. Ratio
NA
Starting
Electric Start only
Ignition/fuelling
Fuel injection (DTS-Fi)
First four stroke engine in the world employing DTS-Fi technology
Intelligently controlled ignition timing for each plug
High combustion efficiency
Low performance variability between engines
Precise metering of fuel for highest outputs and lower emissions
Easy engine starts in all conditions of temperature and altitude
Best in class fuel economy [ as in beating the Karizma? Is that even a task?


First natural air-cooled 4-stroke engine in India employing a oil cooler
Maintains lube-oil viscosity even under extreme conditions of stress and ambient temperatures.
Also helps in cooling the engine internals
First high capacity engine in India to employ rollers at rocker arm pivits and camshaft interfaces for low friction
First engine in India to have electric start as the sole means of cranking


Performance
Max. Power
20 bhp (no rpm claim)
Max. Torque
1.95 kgm (no rpm claim)
Top speed
135 kph
Fuel economy
50 kpl in 'sane riding'

Transmission
Gear Box
5 Speed Constant Mesh
Clutch
New. Superior to Pulsar 180/150

Electricals
Battery
MF typre, 12V 9Ah
Head Light
Ellipsoidal projector 55W/parabolic 55W H7
Tail Light
High intensity LEDs

Chassis
Type
Double cradle (new frame)


Suspension
Front
37 mm Telescopic Hydraulic Type 130 mm travel
Rear
Ellipitical section Swing Arm With twin Hydraulic
Gas-charged Shock Absorbers; 101 mm travel

Brakes
Front
260mm Disc Type
Rear
230mm Disc Type

Tyres
Front
90/90-17 tubeless
Rear
120/80-17 tubeless First two wheeler in India to employ tubeless tyres for superior performance and safety
First vehicle in the class to employ the widest tyres
First vehicle in India to employ a hydraulically actuated 230 mm rear disc brake
Enhances braking performance and control
First bike in India to employ a large 37 mm front fork for class leading vehicle dynamics


First... India to employ a non-contact digital speedo drive for accuracy, simplicity and long life
First... India to use clip-on handlebars
First... India to use a unique damping method for damping high frequency vibrations in clip-on handlebars (patent applied for)
First... India to employ a pure sports riding position [ < position>]


First... India to incorporate a pinch clamp for front axle
o Ensures smooth parallel fork sliding action for lower fork stiction
o The usual method can force the legs to flex the tubes due to non-parallelism - high stiction
First... India to use a 3000 combination ignition cum steering lock with a twin-track pilfer proof key
First...world to employ backlit handlebar switches
First... India to employ non-contact handlebar switches for soft touch feel and zero maintenance
First...world to employ non-contact 'intelligent' self-cancelling turn signals


First... India to employ 'black mask' twin headlamps in a vertical stack configuration
First... India to employ a high wattage (H7, 55W) ellipsoidal projector lamp for white light low beam illumination
First... India to employ a high wattage (H7, 55W) compact clear lens parabolic lamp for white light high beam illumination
First... India to employ white light pilot lamp bulbs
First...India to employ a large free form orange backlit LCD speedo panel, displaying among other things the vehicle speed [ accurate to within 2 kph ], odometer, 2 tripmeters, graphic fuel level indicator and other information icons [ diagnostics: air filter choked, oil temperature, battery voltage and oil level ]
First... India to employ a stepper motor driven tachometer needle for quick undamped response
First... India to incorporate a flashing over-rev warning light in the speedo console
First... India to have an electronic speedo console which when keyed on goes through a self-diagnostic check
First... India which incorporates a flashing warning light for low fuel level
First... India to incorporate a day-night mode for the speedo console. In day mode, the indicating lights are brighter for clear visibility in ambient sunlight. In night mode, these lights reduce their brightness to prevent glare
First... India to employ a battery-saving function to automatically switch off headlamps while cranking
First... India to employ a battery-saving function to automaticallyregulates the number of continuous cranks
First... India equipped with a high-capacity O ring chain for final drive - smooth operation and long life in harsh operating conditions
First... India employing elliptical section swingarm on needle roller pivot bearings
First... India to incorporate sculpted, compact, fairing mounted rear view mirrors

First... India with sporty, sculpted two-piece grab rail for sleek big bike looks
First... India with a split seat design for easy access to tool kit and first-aid kit
First... India to sport 'twin slash' high intensity LED clear lens tail lamp, requiring zero maintenance
First... India to sport and aggressive and stylish anti-scratch tank pad to prevent damage to petrol tank paintwork due to zippers

Dimensions
Kerb Weight
150 kg
Wheel Base
1,350 mm
Length
2,035 mm
Width
750 mm
Overall Height
1,140 mm
Ground Clearance
177 mm
Tank Capacity
15 l
Forced lubrication for the transmission
Beefed up tranmission to handle high power and torque output
Engine equipped with counterbalancer for controlling vibration from large dia piston
Engine equipped with oil level inspection window
Improved fin geometry for better heat dissipation
DTS-Fi system is optimised for razor sharp response to throttle inputs


New high strength chassis designed to handle high engine outputs and making possible precise handling traits with arrow-like straightline stability
Large 260 mm front disc for precise and progressive braking
finished clear lens blinkers to complement the clear lens tail lamp
DC Ignition and lighting ensures quicker engine startups and constant illumination
Low maintenance battery to reduce frequent top-up needs
A red malfunction indicator lamp in the speedo gives the error codes in order to identify any malfunctioning fuel injection components
Sculpted looking top clamp with pinch bolts for greater rigidity
New gear shifting mechanism for a positive shift feel [really works]
New low friction shift drum for a smoother shift feel [really works]
New large capacity clutch incorporating anti-judder mechanism for superior clutch performance in all conditions
Highest power to weight ratio: 133 PS/Tonne
High flow intake and exhaust ports


Large bore, light slipper type piston
Large capacity main bearings for high output handling
Large capacity output shaft bearing to handle high loads
Equipped with a roll-over sensor to cut off fuel supply in case of a vehicle fall
Brake and shift lever pivots incorporated on the footpeg mounting to give a clean, uncluttered look
Nitrox rear shocks optimised (spring and damper ratings) for all riding conditions
High output 200 watt, 3-phase magneto
All stainless steel exhaust with a sporty aluminium clad canister
ExhuasTEC

sejwaldeepak
October 13th, 2006, 04:22 PM
Bajaj Pulsar DTS-Fi launch soon; enjoy these pictures!

Bajaj's Pulsar DTS-Fi 220cc motorcycle is waiting in the wings.

Bajaj is coming out with the new Bajaj Pulsar DTS-Fi motorcycle, following the huge success of its Pulsar DTS-i. Bajaj's answer to Hero Honda's Karizma is expected to be out in some months. The Bajaj Pulsar 180cc DTS-i took biking to a new level, and the new Pulsar DTS-Fi is all set to take it to greater heights. The Bajaj Pulsar DTS-Fi is powered by a 220cc engine and offers a cool 20bhp. With 1.95kg of torque, it would be a wonder if this bike from Bajaj does not make it to the top of the charts.


The Bajaj Pulsar DTS-Fi is expected to touch a top speed of 135kph. That is an excellent top speed in Indian conditions, probably matched only by the Kinetic Aquila - which anyway is not available in India now.

What are the big innovations in this motorcycle?

The most important feature of all is the fuel injection mechanism, which is responsible for the quick throttle and the linear power curve. The Bajaj Pulsar DTS-Fi is the first Indian motorcycle with an oil cooled engine. Together, they make for a potent combination. The Hero Honda Karizma as well as the Pulsar DTS-Fi weigh 150 kgs, and the extra 3 bhp of the DTS-Fi as well as the power delivery characteristics make this an easy Karizma-beater.


What else do we get? A longer wheelbase, factory-fitted rear and front disc brakes, an interesting front faring, an all digital meters. The LCD speedometer on the DTS-Fi is orange in colour and the entire speedometer mechanism is a pleasure to watch.

Those who have test-run the bike say that the DTS-Fi's brakes are the best in the market. The Pulsar DTS-Fi conquers corners with astonishing ease and makes you feel confident while braking.

The Pulsar DTS-Fi is the ultimate driving machine that one can expect from a highly competitive Indian two-wheeler market. The DTS-Fi offers no-compromise performance, irrespective of the terrain. The engine is low noise and is low in vibration, all thanks to fuel injection and oil cooling.

The tyres of the new DTS-Fi are tubeless and hence offers an exciting riding experience. The 55 watt projector low-beam headlamp offers a decent view of the road ahead. The fully digital dash is easy to read and difficult to mistake. The distinctive tail lamps of the Pulsar DTS-Fi adds a bit of dash. Overall, the body of the motorcycle still looks like the Pulsar family, but with sharper edges. The front faring is the difference - It is well integrated into the rest of the bodywork, and the side lights and indicators look excellent.

With a performance motorcycle, one should really not expect a high fuel efficiency/ mileage figures - still we expect the Pulsar DTS-Fi to get around 45 kilometers to a litre.

The Pulsar DTS-Fi is expected to have a price tag of Rs. 92,000 on road. Of course, the figure will change a bit when it hits the road. But anyway, thanks to Bajaj for giving the average bike enthusiast a real good bike, loaded with features and that too, at an approachable price.

downtoearth
October 13th, 2006, 04:53 PM
ahh ,, cant forget those yamaha rx 100s n shoguns ......;););)..

sejwaldeepak
October 13th, 2006, 04:56 PM
bhai rupi,, ye kuch bhi bana lein.. per yamaha RD 350, Rx 100 and Enfield jissi motorcycle koni banne dubara...:D

downtoearth
October 13th, 2006, 05:05 PM
bhai rupi,, ye kuch bhi bana lein.. per yamaha RD 350, Rx 100 and Enfield jissi motorcycle koni banne dubara...:D
theek key sey sejwal,, i have a 86 model rd 350...aaj bhi india mein isssi koi bike na hai jiska top end 165 kmph ho...aaja kisey din gurgaon ,bhai ne jaipur laag ride marwaa ke lyaaunga 165 ki speed pey :p:p

cooljat
October 13th, 2006, 10:49 PM
There's nothing like Yamaha RD350 & RX100, they're classy cults!
I dont like these pulsar, cbz shits at all!

Rock on
Jit

aabhisheksirohi
October 14th, 2006, 02:08 AM
Thank god at last these indian bike makers start thinking of providing more thrust to the engine. I'm fed up with 180 cc trade mark of local bikes.
Interesting to see how Pulsar will behave in markets.

dahiyarules
October 14th, 2006, 08:23 PM
I dont know of the kind of roads in India that would be good enough for leisure riding.

Motorcycle makers in India focus on the current market situation which consists of consumers who use motorcycles for commuting from point A to point B.

As India's infrastructure and economy improve, these same manufacturers will offer products for leisure riding.

For 92000 rupees appx, I must say that the bike is a steal.

As for the RD 350 and RX 100 enthusiasts, anyone can derive the RX 100 kind of thrust out of just any carbueretted two-wheeler engine by jetting the carbs.

It increases the fuel and air intake that give more horsepower to the bike. Your bike may not give you the same kind of mileage, but will definitely give you the heart-thumping blood pumping kind of feeling.

Click on the link below to look at some jet kits for yamaha motorcycles. I dont know if these are available in India. But even if they are, you need to find a mechanic who can work with these.

http://www.dynojet.com/jetkits/motorcycle/yamaha.aspx#50

misguidedyouth
October 14th, 2006, 11:06 PM
looks cool thanx 4 sharing info

downtoearth
October 17th, 2006, 02:55 PM
ya the performance of engine depends on air n petrol ratio n plugs,,,,if u fit this device in a 2 stroke engine ,mileage`ll decrease but u`ll get the best throttle..in the rally i heard bout this frm a friend nitin jadav, a well known harley rider....battery `ll get sm bad effects... but who cares :rolleyes::rolleyes:
I dont know of the kind of roads in India that would be good enough for leisure riding.

Motorcycle makers in India focus on the current market situation which consists of consumers who use motorcycles for commuting from point A to point B.

As India's infrastructure and economy improve, these same manufacturers will offer products for leisure riding.

For 92000 rupees appx, I must say that the bike is a steal.

As for the RD 350 and RX 100 enthusiasts, anyone can derive the RX 100 kind of thrust out of just any carbueretted two-wheeler engine by jetting the carbs.

It increases the fuel and air intake that give more horsepower to the bike. Your bike may not give you the same kind of mileage, but will definitely give you the heart-thumping blood pumping kind of feeling.

Click on the link below to look at some jet kits for yamaha motorcycles. I dont know if these are available in India. But even if they are, you need to find a mechanic who can work with these.

http://www.dynojet.com/jetkits/motorcycle/yamaha.aspx#50

aabhisheksirohi
October 18th, 2006, 01:19 AM
I dont know of the kind of roads in India that would be good enough for leisure riding.

Click on the link below to look at some jet kits for yamaha motorcycles. I dont know if these are available in India. But even if they are, you need to find a mechanic who can work with these.

http://www.dynojet.com/jetkits/motorcycle/yamaha.aspx#50

Well the roads are not that much bad as we think it would be ..
Secondly we are having all kind of bike racing n leisure riding here in Mumbai .
As mother of all bike still runs on Mumbai roads. Here is the clue ..
I think if this monster can run , others are too easy to ride..
Thirdly the jetkits you have refer in the above link is pretty old concept.
Now a days people are more interested in buying the second hand bikes from third countries. Its cheaper and easily reachable as compare to buy or order the new one from Dubai or Japan or customization with old bikes by setting up jetkits. As charges are too high for it.Mechanics are available here.

I cant say about other indian city story . Heard a lot such groups are activate in Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Bangalore, New Delhi. May be someone from these cities can through some lights on this.