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Spy shots: Is this the next Pulsar 180? EDIT: Spy shot of Pulsar 200 added

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It could also be the 150!!

The outgoing 150 isn't exactly the best 150cc bike in the market right now.

But it would be great to see the 180 making a comeback.

I hope ABS comes on all future bikes atleast as an optional extra!!

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Looks like the 200. Hope this hits the Indian market which is what pulsar is doing with the current version :D . And as Shashank said ABS should be compulsory for every bike.

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ACI has scooped a spy shot of the new Pulsar 200. This upcoming Pulsar will share similar specs to the existing 200NS, deploying a retuned version of the NS’s four-stroke, single-cylinder engine, with maximum power output close to 23.5bhp, and peak torque in the region of 1.86kgm. Expect ample technology as part of this new package, including liquid-cooling, a four-valve head and six-speed, close-ratio gearbox apart from other goodies. Final drive will be via an exposed drive chain, and the new Pulsar 200 will show off a compact, sporty exhaust system. Having experienced the willing 200NS engine, we expect the new 200 shall offer a refined, rev happy powerplant that delivers blistering acceleration and strong performance.

The sporty new Pulsar 200 will use smart alloy wheels and standard telescopic forks as front suspension, while a monoshock will do duty behind. The new 200 should deploy a steel perimeter frame. Single, drilled disc brakes will stop the upcoming new Bajaj.

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