Question about 2007 Bajaj Pulsar 150
A 4-stroke engine on the pulsar should not produce blue smoke. The cause for the same could have been the engine got overheated. Blue smoke generally signifies oil burning, and if it does it immediately after start up, then goes away, that usually means valve seals are worn out. You would have to get to the engine , to see where the problem is.
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