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Bajaj's most advanced 100cc bike - Discover 100ST?

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Bajaj is going to launch the MOST TECHNICALLY ADVANCED 100cc bike next week. This move is to check the Hero/Honda's dominance with its much proven 110cc engine in Twister, Dream yuga and now Passion.

So my take on what all it should have

1. Discover ST's frame or atleast Pulsar's 135LS's

2. So Mono Shocks

3. Digital Console

4. 4 values

5. opt rear disk

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Since it reads most technically advanced, don't rule out the possibility of GDI engine.

GDI, a 2 stroke engine used in Bajaj tuk tuk was earlier speculated to be used in future small bikes.

"The GDi for the autorickshaw is a Synerject (the joint venture between Orbital Corporation of Australia and Siemens VDO) system, which has now come into India with Chennai-based UCAL as the licensed supplier. Some of the components have been developed locally for this initiative."- DNAindia

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The discover 100T is absolute crap. Bajaj has to learn the basics of physics once again. In the last 15 days, I have seen at least 3 different instances of people skidding off the bajaj latest 100T. When bajaj knows to up the power, It has to know that, it has to stiffen the chassis and provide meatier tires. Shame on you bajaj for not worrying about people's safety. The skinny tires immediately skid on hard braking. Take a leaf or two from yamaha's book. And people, When looking for a bike's price, power and mileage, please look for its safety options too. after all you carry your precious family along.

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I have seen at least 3 different instances of people skidding off the bajaj latest 100T. When bajaj knows to up the power, It has to know that, it has to stiffen the chassis and provide meatier tires. Shame on you bajaj for not worrying about people's safety. The skinny tires immediately skid on hard braking.

I agree on the undertyre part, but there are many Indian vehicles that are actually under(platformed) or undertyred.

A person buying 100cc should drive it with extra care. If he has the money to upgrade tyres on day 1 by shelling out those 2k-3k, he could easily buy a 125ST.

Bajaj should immediately change the front tyre atleast, to stop earning old names like Killer Sumo or Killer Pulsar.

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