There are some things you just cannot hide. Take this motorcycle for instance. If you’re a motorcycle buff, you know what you’re looking at.
The Pulsar RS200 (formerly Pulsar 200SS) have slowly began appearing at some dealer yards across the country, although the motorcycle officially haven’t gotten around to the Bajaj showrooms yet, it also looks like this dealership is getting ready for the launch of its first fully-faired motorcycle – the RS200 on March 26. The location of capture is yet to be ascertained, but these snaps are taken at a Bajaj dealer yard for sure.
The RS stands for Race Sport. It will come equipped with single-channel ABS on the base version as standard fitment whereas the top-end variant will have the dual-channel ABS and fuel injection system. This makes both the version of the bike ABS equipped, although, the top-end will also be equipped with the fuel Injection system, the base version will be carburetor equipped.
The Pulsar RS200 was rumored to get the MRF Revz tyres like the Metzeler’s Sportec tyres on the KTM Duke/RC 390. Now tread pattern confirms that they come with MRF Zapper-S tubeless tyres which is similar to the ones on Pulsar 200NS known to provide excellent road grip while cornering. Other noteworthy features include steel braided brake wire like in the KTMs on the Pulsar RS200.
Both the variants share the same triple-spark 199.5cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine from the Pulsar 200NS, mated to the 6-speed gearbox. The carbureted version will straight-away carry the engine from the Pulsar 200NS which churns-out 23.52 PS at 9,500 rpm and 18.3 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm. while its fuel-injection equipped version makes 24.4 PS and 18.6 Nm of torque at the same revs.
Of course, we will be bringing you all the details you need when the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is launched. If you haven’t done so already, we earlier posted few articles about the Pulsar RS200 (formerly Pulsar 200SS) do have a look after the jump.
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