Thursday, 17 March 2016
Thursday, 9 January 2014
● Remove the 2 screws of reg. no. plate.
● Remove the 4 screws of the black plastic cover.
● Now insert your hand up inside the fairing and take out the bulb
Tuesday, 31 December 2013
If you are thinking that your pulsar is not performing as it performed when it was new, then you should better check your spark plugs. The spark plugs are very important parts of petrol engines. Spark plugs can be cleaned with alcohol or kerone. For rubbing out the carbon deposit you can use sand paper. If your spark plug look as shown in the picture, then it definately needs cleaning.
To take out the spark plug you need 16mm tube spanner. You may have to take out the fuel tank a bit to unscrew the left plug.
For Pulsar's the spark plug needs to be cleaned in every 2500km. The manual says to replace both plugs at every 10000km.
Pulsar has Champion plugs as stock.
You can even opt for NGK Iridium plugs if your wallet is happy.
Tuesday, 20 August 2013
"Ab kuch to karna padega na 200 rupae jo diye hain"
Petronas Office is at Petronas Twin Towers, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia.
Thursday, 23 May 2013
This is the best modify i've ever seen on a pulsar. The modified Pulsar 220 (a.k.a. Rouser 220) that you see here is built on an Aprilia Deltabox frame. The fairing, fuel tank and most of the body panels have been taken from GSX600. The fairing supports the same headlamp and, the front end of the bike looks absolutely stunning when viewed in profile. Oh, and the Bugs Bunny ears continue to perform the duty of RVMs. The front section also gets upside-down forks from the R6 along with the R6 front disc brakes. The 17 inch rims and the swingarm seem to have been donated by a Honda RVF400. The rims come wearing Michelin rubber, with the front getting 120/70 and rear getting 180/55 spec footwear. I just love Indonesian people for their super modifications on Pulsar. God bless'em.
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