Question about 2007 Bajaj Pulsar 150
Bajaj pulsar hock absorber not smooth
I think it is shock absorber.after 15000 km it is recommended to change the oil of shocker.
1>you may topup your shocker oil then see if their is change or not.
2>then your shocker must be tilted or damaged which can be repaired with a pressure machine or they must be changed....
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Shockers in Bajaj bikes I think are horrible. It seems to me that they use recycled shockers in new bikes. When a problem comes within warranty period they replace them with brand new ones like they have done for me for my Discover 150. In the front shocker I had very rough riding problem and they topped up the oil. I made them change the oil seal also as that is what had caused the oil level to drop. Oil had been spitting out from the seal. In the rear shocker, I made them check the gas pressure of Nitrox and that was found to be less. They replaced the rear shockers with new ones instead of refilling the gas. That made me wonder, where would that replaced item go? They did not return the replaced item to me. So that must have gone into recycling. You may look at similar solutions in your case.
Posted on Jun 20, 2012
Like what cbz. it isn't that hard though.
try re filling of shocker oil and all oil seals. might help to smooth a little. but pulsar shocker are that way.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
I have issue with back shock in my pulser 150. Its totally stuck in warranty period, i just complained in showroom , but they were not ready to resolve, last i forced to change the shock with new one. Within 1 month my shock power lost, when a weighted person is seated in back the bike , my stand scratch in humb and in level road when in turning. I complained in same showroom again, but they were again avoid me. What i do now. Any one plz tell...
Posted on Aug 01, 2014
HOCK ?? may be its shock absorber !!
well.. if u can specify which side shock absorber is troubleshooting ??
for front -- try changing the oil...!!
n for rear-- ur local mechanic will fix it..!!
replace them after 30000kms..!!
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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