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  1. Hi All! I am a Bajaj rider in South Africa, currently fixing up my XCD 125. My main problems are the starter clutch and exhaust which needs replacing. Some cosmetics are also needed. I have access to a Bajaj XCD 135 complete engine though, and wanted to know if anyone has shoe-horned the XCD 135 engine onto the XCD125 frame. Has anyone done this? Is it a fairly simple procedure? Do I need a new loom if I do this? Finding XCD parts in South Africa is difficult, and I would really appreciate any tips or offers to help. My starter assembly is reversed. The ring-gear is furthest from the engine body. (Out-to-in: ring-gear, starter-clutch, magneto) TIA
  2. We have a very very good News for those 150cc bike lovers in 2013, who always swear by a right mix of FE & Performance. 150cc is the most conjested market in India & the most popular amongst College goers. A typical 150cc will have around 15Bhp, Disk brake, 45ish Kmpl, awesome looks, some have mono-shock.... etc. And herecomes the 150cc killer, aka Pulsar125NS. In came the news, 2 Pulsars on Cards in 2013, so as we all know one has to be the 390cc Pulsar, so that makes us think, what the other is. If you think logically, KTM has only 3 engine option, 125cc, 200cc, 390cc. So there comes the result, it has to be the 125cc Pulsar NS, since it would have the same mounting points, engine block, various other components as Pulsar 200NS. So what this bike is going to be? 125cc, air cooled(to cut cost), 15HP, Perimeter frame, Mono-Shocks, rear disk(opt to cut cost), 125kg, stylish, Fuel efficient, Awesome looking,...... A killer Composition.