Question about 2007 Bajaj Pulsar 150
Speedometers are not exact and they will vary slightly, even between the same model, year etc.
Tyre size and wear also affect the reading because of the distance travelled with one complete revolution of the wheel. A new tyre with plenty of tread depth will travel further in one revolution than an older worn tyre with less tread depth. If you have two bikes and the tyre treads are different depths, just measure around them both and you will see the different circumferences. Multiply that difference by 100 and you see how much further one will travel than the other in only 100 revolutions and when you think how many times a wheel goes round on a journey, the difference is huge. This puts into perspective the 3KPH difference and also why a tyre seems to wear out quicker once it is down to half the original tread depth......I know mine seem to.
Posted on Nov 20, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the only thing i can suggest, without spending a lot of money, is to change the rear sprocket for a smaller one. This will give you a bit faster top speed.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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