Question about 2011 Bajaj Pulsar 135LS
My Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS had been unused for over an year. I restored it and started using it. But, there is a steady leak of fuel from the carburetor. I am suspecting a stuck float or something. Is there a need to buy a new carburetor?
No need to buy a new carb. Simply clean it and or replace the float needle valve. Check float level also after replacing the float needle valve. Most of the time the carb gums up and causes this to happen when sitting for a long time without being run. If you are going to store your bike for a while. Drain all the fuel from the carbs and gas tank before storing. You can also use a gas stabilizer in not setting up more than 3 months.
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it may be Engine jam problem,check the OIL,
secondly it may be air chocking up in between ur engine.open up ur tank gve a hard air blow into it & close immediately
3rd water in tank,contact mechanic to clean up ur tank
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
SOURCE: Saya baru pakai Bajaj pulsar
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Hello Mr. Trisis,
Datang saja ke bengkel body atau salon motor. Di Jakarta atau Surabaya cukup banyak pilhan berbagai stang motor.
Hello Mr. Trisis,
Just come to the body shop to seek the need. In Jakarta or Surabaya quite a lot of choice of various motorcycle handlebars you can rely on.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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I speak from experience, I have a 180cc Pulsar, me and my wife both travelled on the 180cc together, we commuted approx. 100km daily and had fuel efficiency of approx 35km/l on the 180cc, I think you might still get about 30km/l on the 220cc, if it is only you travelling on the bike, the 180's top speed(with a bigger front sproket, 17 instead of 15) was about 125km/h(not pussing it in the red)
Hope this help to make up your mind, personally I would go for the 220 if it is speed you want
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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