Question about 2011 Bajaj Pulsar 150
Even I own a Bajaj Pulsar 150 dtsi and even I faced the same issue with my bike a couple of years back. The engine has to face this wear and tear at some stage is understood. The life of the Piston and bore depends entirely on the frequency of the time we replace the engine oil on time. Ideally for best results, I would suggest replacing the engine oil on frequency of kilometres say approx- every 600 to 800 kms instead of the duration you follow. 3 months is pretty long for oil to be replaced. Also, I learned from my mechanic that the symptoms for such issues is white smoke being emitted from the silencer while starting your bike. Losing your top speed and the pickup. For the moment if you are seeking to know if you must undergo the repairs - I would suggest -YES and you need it very urgently to avoid any engine seizure problems. If an engine seizure occurs, then you have no other option other than towing your bike to the nearest service station.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
normally pulsar engine sound changes after 4000kms and the kind how you drive matters,if you have smooth handling til 5000kms initially then the engine,clutch,gear box sets to its maxim efficiency.. if ur a rough user then very soon u ll hav wear nd tear in clutch and gear box.. 4 ur problem ask ur service engg. to load up the SISSOR TEETH in gear box,this may reduce the engine noise...
Posted on May 16, 2009
Try replacing the spark plug.
Recheck the air-mixture screw setting....
Normal setting is 2 and half to three turns outwards....
whne you cleaned the carburator..hope you blew the jets well with compressed air.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Start at you battery and work back towards your ignition inspecting each and every harness connector...disconnect, clean with electric contact cleaner, apply a small amount of dielectric grease and reconnect, even the connectors under the seat. Take your time and it will be worth the effort. Check all the grounds too.
Posted on Jul 22, 2011
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check ur engine head and clear the head or piston and valve,then clean carburetor and air filter.and then the problem is still change ur starting coil or cdi. thank u.
Posted on Jul 18, 2012
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