Question about Bajaj Motorcycles
I purchase in nov2010 and fro the last few weeks the engine is getting hot very soon and also it is making more noise than ever... kindly tell me the problem and solution.
I have Pulsar-150cc DTSI 2010 Model, after clean service also my bike engine stated to heaten upon every 30km. please anyone knows, how to resolve this issue. please help me out soon.
Waiting for your valuable response.
Thanks in Advance !!!!
Posted on Mar 01, 2013
Check the oil level. An oil change should be carried out anyway about every 6 months, and filter change every 12. All dependent on the amount of use it gets.
Posted on Apr 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is making a tapping noise at a constant speed the valve lash gap is probably to large. It can however be a sign of a worn rod end bearing also. The valve lash should be .004 for intake and .006 for exhaust. As far as the rod end bearing the only way to measure it easily is to disassemble the lower end of the engine and use plasti-gage (available at any auto parts store) to check the gaps in the rod end to the crankshaft journal clamp up gap. You remove the lower rod end half sector then place the plasti-gage strip across the mating surfaces. The amount that the strip spreads out or does NOT spread out will indicate the actual gap after re-clamping the rod end to the crankshaft. Once you remove the end cap again you will note the plasti-gage indication.
I would start with adjusting the valve tappet lash settings first. More often than not this is the problem. Hopefully you understand the importance of ensuring the adjustments are made when the piston is at TDC. Top dead center.
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Posted on Jun 10, 2010
Use high oxtane gas in the bike for better performance and clean burning of fuel in a high output engine......Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
It could be a simple timing issue or even bad fuel. Check out your fuel.Mix or straight fuel? If mix, chk oil to fuel ratio. If straght gas, up the octane. Good luck, Ned
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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