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Two Wheeler Details:

1. Bajaj Pulsar 150:


ENGINE, POWER & TORQUE
Displacement
Maximum Power
Maximum Torque
Engine Description
Cooling
Number of Cylinders
TRANSMISSION
Gearbox
Clutch
BRAKES
Front Brake
Rear Brake
SUSPENSION
Front Suspension
Rear Suspension

WHEELS & TYRES


Wheel Size
Wheel Type
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
BATTERY
Battery Type
Capacity
Voltage
DIMENSIONS, WEIGHT & CAPACITIES
Overall Length
Overall Width
Overall Height
Ground Clearance
Seat Height
Wheelbase
Kerb/Wet Weight
Fuel Tank Capacity
PERFORMANCE & MILEAGE
0-60 kmph
0-100 kmph
Top Speed
Mileage (City, approx.)
Mileage (Highway, approx.)
Mileage (Combined, approx.)

149 cc
14.9 Bhp @ 9000 rpm
12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm
149cc, 4-stroke, DTS-i, air cooled,
single cylinder
Air Cooling
1
5 Speed
Wet Multiplate Clutch
240mm Disc
130mm Drum
Telescopic Forks
Triple rated spring, 5 way adjustable
with 105mm travel nitrox shock
absorber
90/90 x 17 - 100/90 17
17 Black Alloys

Maintenance Free
9 Ah
12V
2035.00 mm
755.00 mm
1060.00 mm
165.00 mm
785 mm
1320.00 mm
144.00 kg
15.00 litres
5.60 secs
17.50 secs
115 kmph
40 kmpl
50 kmpl
45 kmpl

Mileage (Certified)
INSTRUMENT CONSOLE
Speedometer
Tachometer
Trip Meter
Odometer
Fuel Gauge
COMFORT & CONVENIENCE
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Pass Light
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
LIGHTING
Head Light

62.1 kmpl
Digital
Analog
Digital
Digital
Digital

35W/35W Halogen

Overview
The ever-popular and highly successful Pulsar series receives a new addition with the
release of Bajajs revamped Pulsar 150, a performance commuter motorcycle that has been fully
updated to compete with new rivals such as Hondas CBF Stunner and Suzukis GS150R. It was
one of the first 150cc bikes to be released to the Indian market, so does this new version break
new ground or simply reinforce the market position of the 150?
Design and Style
The new Pulsar 150 model is designed with the all-black design theme of the elder
Pulsar sibling including the shock absorbers, alloy wheels and engines but overall it bears a
striking similarity to its sibling, the Bajaj Pulsar 180. There are plenty of stylish touches,
including the smartened heel and toe levers and the bikes newly refined tail. Its updated razorsharp taillight is unique and distinctive perhaps the best part of the updated design. Overall, the
bikes exterior is stylish and sleek, an improvement on the previous version. However, its
unfortunate that Bajaj didnt choose to update the Pulsar 150 to feature the same split seat
configuration as the Pulsar Bajaj 180.
Instrument Console
Bajaj Pulsar series has been steadily upgraded to feature digital instrument consoles. It is
also equipped with the digital console, including digital speedometer, odometer, low-fuel
warning and fuel gauge.

Engine and Gearbox


Bajaj Pulsar 150 is powered 150cc engine which develops maximum power of 14.9 Bhp
at 9000 rpm with maximum torque of12.5 Nm at 6500 rpm. The bike is fitted with a five-speed
manual transmission gear box.
Acceleration and Top Speed
The major flaw with the previous Pulsar 150 was its acceleration and gear shifts many
drivers complained that gear shifts were awkward and noisy, and that the bikes power felt
underwhelming. Thankfully, Bajaj seem to have fully addressed the issue with the new version
of the Pulsar 150. The 150 is now equipped with a 1-up, 4-down configuration, much alike that
of the Pulsar 180. In addition, the Pulsar 150 has Bajajs patented ExhausTEC (Torque
Expansion Chamber) technology, improving the engines torque when operating at low revs,
giving the bike improved pick up and acceleration. The bike can make the jump from 0 to 60
kmph in an impressive 5.6 seconds, putting it at the top of its class. It has a maximum speed of
115 kmph. The bike gives excellent pick-up in any gear, and the linear acceleration is generally
strong, although there is a noticeable drop at around 95 kmph.
Mileage
Under test conditions, the Pulsar 150 returns an average fuel mileage of 40-50 km/kmpl
on city roads, and an average of up to 62 km/kmpl on highways. Bajajs performance
motorcycles have always suffered from high fuel consumption and unfortunately the Pulsar 150,
like the other Pulsar models, guzzles fuels at a pretty high rate, which pushes up the cost of
running the bike particularly if youre a regular city commuter. Its petrol tank has a capacity of
15 litres, with a reserve capacity of 2 litres.
Comfort While Driving
Due to its staunch shock absorbers, the Pulsar 150 is a high quality ride. Its suspension
is clearly designed to provide an insulated ride on city roads. The bikes seat is wide and
comfortable, although some drivers will wish for the updated split seat setup seen on the other
Pulsar models. On the 150, the pillions seat is slightly elevated above the drivers, which some
may find unsettling.

Safety Features
Bajaj Pulsar 150 is equipped with a powerful front headlamp 12 volts, full DC with 2
35/35 W pilot lamps - for improved illumination during night time rides. Its front disc brake
provides superior performance and greatly reduces the bikes stopping distance to prevent
accidents and collisions. Wide leg guards help to protect the driver in the event of a fall.
Storage Space
The bike does not feature any on-board storage space, as is typical of performance
motorcycles of this type.
Suspension and Brakes
It is equipped with telescopic 135mm stroke suspension at the front, and at the rear
is triple-rated spring, five-way adjustable suspension with 105mm travel nitrox shock
absorbers. The suspension does a decent job of absorbing potholes and bumpy roads, but is sadly
not up to challenging road surfaces riders should certainly stick to well-maintained city roads
to avoid the jolts and vibrations.
The Pulsar 150 is equipped with 240mm disc brakes at the front and 130mm drum brakes at
the back. The large, powerful front brakes make all the difference here smaller drum brakes
would not be an equal match for its capable engine, but the sized-up disc brakes are suited to the
challenge. When applied, the brakes bring the bike to a quick and stable stop, with a braking
distance from 60 to 0 kmph on 16.33 meters, which puts it equal with other Pulsar models and
ahead of many of the competition.
Ride and Handling
Compared to other bikes in the 150cc class, the Pulsars handling is athletic and nimble.
Thanks to the patented ExhausTEC system, the bike is highly manoeuvrable in city traffic and
built-up areas. However, at low speeds the Pulsar 150 can lack responsiveness and agility. The
bike is a decent all-rounder it doesnt excel in any particular area, but ticks all the boxes for a
commuter motorcycle.

Tyre Size
At the front, the It has a 90/90 x 17 tubeless tyre; and at the back a 100/90 x 17 tubeless
tyre. The wheels are 17-inch alloys. In general, the tyres perform well, giving a stable and
comfortable ride on a variety of road surfaces, and cope well with wet and slippery conditions.

2. Honda Unicorn 160:


GENERAL INFORMATION
Note

Bike Category (cc)


Type
Status
Official Tagline
Shades/Colors
Frame/Chassis
ENGINE, POWER & TORQUE
Displacement
Maximum Power
Maximum Torque
Engine Description
Cooling
Compression Ratio
Bore
Stroke
Power-to-weight Ratio
Torque-to-Weight Ratio
Specific Output
Air Cleaner
TRANSMISSION
Gearbox
BRAKES
Front Brake

Honda CB Unicorn 150 is priced


at Rs. 67,778 (Ex-showroom
Delhi). It was re-launched in
India @ 2016 Auto Expo in Feb,
2016. Price of the bike may vary
as per applicable state
taxes/octroi etc. Please collect
exact price details from your
nearest Honda authorized dealer.
125cc-150cc
Sports Commuter
Available
Be a Wing Rider
Pearl Igneous Black, Space Silver
Metallic, Red
Diamond
149.1 cc
13.14 Bhp @ 8500 rpm
12.84 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Air-cooled, 4-Stroke, SI engine
Air Cooling
9.1:1
57.3 mm
57.8 mm
89.99 BHP per ton
87.94 NM per ton
88.12 BHP per litre
Viscous paper filter
5-Speed
240mm Disc

Rear Brake
SUSPENSION
Front Suspension
Rear Suspension
WHEELS & TYRES
Front Tyre
Rear Tyre
Wheel Type
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
BATTERY
Capacity
Voltage
DIMENSIONS, WEIGHT & CAPACITIES
Overall Length
Overall Width
Overall Height
Ground Clearance
Seat Height
Wheelbase
Kerb/Wet Weight
Fuel Tank Capacity
PERFORMANCE & MILEAGE
0-60 kmph
Top Speed
Mileage (City, approx.)
Mileage (Highway, approx.)
Mileage (Combined, approx.)
INSTRUMENT CONSOLE
Speedometer
Tachometer
Trip Meter
Fuel Gauge
COMFORT & CONVENIENCE
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Pass Light
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
LIGHTING
Head Light

130 mm Drum
Telescopic
Spring-loaded hydraulic
2.75 x 18"
3.00 X 18"
Black Alloys

7 Ah
12 V
2095 mm
756 mm
1100 mm
179 mm
790 mm
1340 mm
146 kg
13 litres
5 secs
101 kmph
50 kmpl
60 kmpl
55 kmpl
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog

Halogen (12V - 35W/35W)

THREE WHEELERS
1. Api garv (Re)

Technical Specification:Model
Engine
Type
No. of Cylinder
Displacement
Compression ratio
Max. Power, KW @ rpm
Maximum Grandability
Clutch Type
Gear Box
Suspension
Front
Rear
Steering
Brake
Tyre
Tyre Size
Tyre Type
Electrical system
System voltage, V
Battery rating, Ah
Fuel tank Capacity
Dimensions
Wheel base, mm
Overall width, mm
Overall length, mm
Overall height, mm
Rear track, mm

Api Garv (RE)


G 435 A III
Single Cylender, Naturally Aspirated Air Cooled
One
436 cc
19 : 1 [+0.5%]
7.5 bph @ 3600 rpm 50 rpm
7
Multi Disc, Wet type
Constant Mesh G.B. With 4 Forward + 1 Reverse Gear
Helical spring with Hydraulic telescope Shock
absorber
Rubber compression spring with Hydraulic telescopic Shock
absorber
Handle Bar Type
Drum brake hydraulically actuated internal expanding shoe type
4.50x10, 8PR
Cross/Tube
12DC
Electrically Operated
10.5 Ltr
1920
1455
2900
1860
1255

Min ground Clearance,


mm
Weights
Maximum GVW, kg
Kerb weight kg
Seating Capacity

175

1000
417
Driver+ 3 Passengers

2. Bajaj RE

Best in class mileage


Features
Improved 4 stroke dtsi engine
Advantage
Gives better mileage and lesser maintenance costs
Benefit
More savings and hence more profit

Bajaj RE Full Specification


Technical
specifications
Engine Type
Displacement
Max Power
Max Torque
Max speed
Gears
Clutch
Gradeability
Mileage
Seating capacity
Kerb weight
Dimensions
Tyre and wheels
Wheel base

BAJAJ RE
COMPACT Petrol
145.45 cc petrol
engine
145.45cc
6.6Kw@5000rpm
15.5 N.m@3300rpm
NA
4 forward + 1 reverse
gear
Wet multidisc type
18%
NA
Driver +3 Passengers

BAJAJ DIESEL
FUEL OPTIMA
447.3 cc engine

BAJAJ DIESEL
FUEL MAXIMA
447.3 cc engine

447.3 cc
6.19Kw@3400rpm
19.4 N.m@2600rpm
NA
5 forward + 1 reverse

307 kg
2635 x 1300 x
1692mm
NA
2000mm

371 kg
2635 x bhgty1300 x
1692mm
NA
2000mm

447.3 cc
6.19Kw@3400rpm
19.4 N.m@2600rpm
NA
5 forward + 1
reverse
Dry, Single Plate
18%
NA
Driver +3
Passengers
505kg
3063 mm x 1422
mm x 1849 mm
NA
2025 mm

Dry, Single Plate


18%
NA
Driver +3 Passengers

3. TVS King
This three wheeler is a great product from the TVS. It is available in petrol and CNG
options. The three wheeler ensures super power, style and comfort. The vehicle offers you good
mileage on road from the efficient engine. Higher warranty and lower maintenance coast makes
the TVS King a quality product. The standard accessories comes with this are water bottle
holder, magazine holder and attractive LPG and CNG gas kit covers etc. Optional accessory list
includes stylish wheel cover, floor mats, rear bumper, digital clock, Idol stand and Fm radio.

TVS King Auto Hot Technical facts 4 stroke single cylinder ISI engine
199.26cc engine displacement
7.37bhp @ 5000rpm power output
12.9Nm @ 3250rpm torque production
62mm x 66mm bore and stroke
Electric and hand start options
High energy inductive ignition

70 degrees Gradeability
4 forward and 1 reverse speed constant mesh
165mm ground clearance & 1985mm wheelbase
Trailing arm type, constant rate coil spring suspension
Drum, hydraulic brakes

Engine performance and Mileage


TVS King Auto powered by the 4 stroke single cylinder ISI engine with 199.26cc engine
displacement. The engine is powerful and can churns out 7.37bhp @ 5000rpm power output
and 12.9Nm @ 3250rpm torque production on ride. It can makes 62mm x 66mm bore and stroke.
The auto features Electric and hand start options. The ignition used is High energy
inductive ignition. The TVS King gives 7.0 degrees Gradeability. engine mated with 4 forward
and 1 reverse speed constant mesh gear speed- transmission.
The dimensions are 165mm ground clearance & 1985mm wheelbase. For safety and
stability on road it is equipped with Trailing arm type, constant rate coil spring suspension (front
and rear)and Drum, hydraulic brakes (front and rear).

1. Maintenance and its role in trouble shooting of Two Wheelers:


The routine maintenance, the day to day adjustments and minor repairs required by all the
vehicles and major overhaul of a 2 Wheeler are quite different although each of them is to keep
the Vehicle in good working order. The best way of preventing troubles in 2 Wheelers, is the
constant and systematic inspection. The fault finding should be methodical and systematic.
Proper maintenance increases trouble free running to the vehicle longer period of time.
Advantages of good maintenance:
1. Good maintenance reduces the breakdown of the Vehicle.
2. It increases safety due to reduced breakdown
3. The expenses of repairs will be minimized.
4. It increases the running life of the vehicle
5. It obtains maximum performance.

Daily Maintenance:
a) Check fuel level, refill it if necessary
b) Clean the vehicle completely
c) Check the tyre pressure when tyre is cold
d) Check whether all lights, horn and other switches are working properly
e) Check the breaks, and cables of clutch and break.
f) Check the wheel nuts.

Weekly Maintenance:
a) All the Daily maintenance tips should be followed at first.
b) Thoroughly clean the vehicle with water for keen inspection.
c) Check and top up if necessary the gear box oil level.
d) Tighten the shock absorber bolts and nuts.
e) Adjust the Brakes.
f) Tighten and lubricate the chassis joints, bolts chain, handle steering bolts etc.
g) Check the Ignition System.
h) Clean the Air cleaner.

Monthly Maintenance:
After every 2000 Kms of run or after a month, the following checking are necessary for a
Two Wheeler.
a) Check the Oil level in gearbox and top up if necessary.
b) Check the clutch and adjust it.
c) Check the gap of Spark plugs and adjust.
d) Check the Condition of belt and replace if necessary.
e) Lubricate all the parts like cable ends, gear suspension levers, clutch and brake levers, Handle
bar bottom bearing, wheel bearing etc.
f) The Carburetor should be dismantled, cleaned, checked and refilled thoroughly. GENERAL
and

PERIODICAL CHECK UP and SERVICING:


For Two Wheelers the general and Periodical Check ups are needed and also servicing at
regular intervals, so that they will give good and Trouble free performance. The Servicing is also
should be done as per the Weather conditions also. By doing periodical checkups to the vehicle
we may Prevent a major Trouble there by minimizing the repairing expenditure.

2. Preventive Maintenance For Two wheelers


For Mechanical Preventative Maintenance
1. Keep the chain and sprocket clean and adjusted. Check the chain for excess slack and look
for any signs that the chain has been slipping on the sprocket. This is much like you did to your
bicycle when you were a childyou just can not flip the motorcycle over! Put the bike on the
belly stand and spin the back wheel. Look at the teeth on the sprocket to make sure none of them
are broken or wore down.
2. Check all of the motorcycles wiring for any signs of wearing thin. Some wires will rub on
the frame and may become pinched or broken. Simple preventative maintenance can save them
from getting to that condition.
3. Look the engine over for any signs of an oil or gas leak. You can do this by checking the
ground beneath the motorcycle every time you park it somewhere. Make sure the spot you park
in is clean. If there is oil or gas under the bike when you leave then it is from your motorcycle
and you will need to determine where it is leaking.
4. Remove the motorcycle seat, or side cover to access the battery. Make sure that all connections
are tight and that there is no corrosion. Follow the cables with your hand as far as possible to
search for any visible kinks or fraying of the battery cables.
For Appearance Sake
1. Keep the motorcycle clean to safeguard the paint and chrome. The elements are hard on
paint and chrome. The motorcycle will pick up dirt and grime every time it is ridden. This tip is
especially important if you live in an area where there is sand or an ocean. Sand and salt water

will cause the chrome to pit and possibly peel. Sand can become lodged in the chains or driving
gears.
2. Wax the motorcycle to protect the paint. Sun will fade the paint over time. Applying a good
coat of wax will insure that the paint stays bright and shiny. Waxing will also help remove any
dead paint or embedded dirt that remains behind after a good hand washing. Dont forget to
apply a chrome polish if your motorcycle sports a lot of add on chrome.
3. Keep the seats soft and supple by using a quality leather cleaner and conditioner. Without
treatment the motorcycle seats will become dry and brittle due to the sun and the elements.
Keeping the seat maintained will avoid the expense of having to replace it.
For Safety Preventative Maintenance
1. Prevent an accident by checking to make sure all of the lights on the motorcycle
work. Look for cracks or loose screws in all of the lens covers. Headlights, tail lights, break
lights and turn signals make you more visible to those you share the road with. If a light does not
work, replace it before you ride.
2. Check the air pressure in the front and back tire. Refer to the owners manual or the tire
manufacturer for the suggested amount of air. Driving a motorcycle with the wrong tire pressure
will not only cause excess wear on the tire, it is dangerous. A low tire does not grip the road well
and it will affect the way the motorcycle handles.
3. Adjust the headlight beam if necessary. The headlight should not shine to the left or right. The
headlight should not shine onto the ground directly in front of the motorcycle. You can prevent
an accident by making sure you can see the other vehicles and they can see you.

3. Periodic Maintenance Schedule: Motorcycles


The maintenance schedule is based upon average riding conditions, motorcycles subjected to
severe use or ridden in dusty areas will require more frequent servicing.

S.NO Services

7501000
30
R

35004000
90
R

55006000
140
I, Top
Up

75008000
190
R

950010000
240
I, Top
Up

1150012000
290
R

1350014000
340
I, Top
Up

Air Cleaner
Element
Engine Oil
Strainer Screen

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

Engine Oil
Filter
Valve
Clearance*
Spark Plug

I, C

I, C

I, C

I, C

I, C

I, C

Battery

I,
Top
Up

I, Top I, Top I, Top I, Top


Up
Up
Up
Up

I, Top
Up

I, Top
Up

Idle speed &


CO testing

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

Drive Chain

I, L,
A

I, L,
A

I, L,
A

I, L,
A

I, L, A I, L, A

I, L, A

10

Tyres / Wheels

11

Steering pPlay
& Race
Bearing Kit*

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

12

Front Fork Oil

13

All Fasteners

Item

2
3

4
5

Kms#

Days#
Engine Oil

Subsequent
Services
Every 2000 kms
50 Days
Replace Engine
Oil every 4000
kms
Replace every
12000 kms
Clean Strainer at
the Time of
Replacing Oil
Except 2nd
Service
Replace Every
8000 kms
Inspect Adjust if
Required
Replace every
8000 kms
Every Service
Check the
Electrolyte Level
and Top up with
Distilled Water
Check the RPM
and CO and
Adjust if
Required
Inspect,
Lubricate and
Adjust Chain if
Reqd. at Every
Service
Check for Wheel
bend and Tyre
Wear/Cut
Check for any
Looseness and
Adjust if
Required
Replace Oil
Every 10000
kms
Check for any

14

incl. Engine
mounting &
Chassis Bolts*
Wheel
Bearings*

Looseness in
every Service
I

Control
CablesThrottle,
Clutch Brakes
Side Stand,
Main Stand

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

I, A

Every Service
Lubricate

17

Headlight
Focus

Check and
Adjust H/L
Focus if
Required

18

Fuel Hose

Inspect at Every
Service and
Replace Every 4
yrs.

19

Rear
Suspension*

Check Operation
Oil Leakage and
Replace if
Necessary

20

Brake Fluid

Inspect for
Leakage Replace
Every 2 Years

21

Brake Pads

Inspect for Wear


Replace if
Necessary

22

Brake Hose

Inspect every
4000 kms
replace every 4
years

15

16

# - Kms or Days as mentioned whichever occurs first

Repack Grease
Every 10000
kms
Inspect and
Adjust the Play

Three Wheeler Maintenance:


A list of three wheeler maintenance tips is given as follows:
Check the Engine Oil : As you might know that the three wheeler engine is largely
dependent upon the engine oil, the level of it should not be allowed to go down below the
recommended one. In most of the cases, 2T oil is used as an engine oil. 2T oil minimizes the
fouling of the spark plug and pre-ignition. It also reduces the chance of deposit formation and
rusting. But there is a ratio in which it should be mixed with the fuel. For a liter of the fuel, you
must not add more than 20 milliliter of 2T oil.
Drive at an ideal speed : Three wheelers must be driven between a speed of 35 km to
45 km in order to ensure longevity of the engine. The engine of the vehicle should be warmed up
before you press hard on the accelerator. For this you need to drive the three wheeler in lower
gear for some time.
Regularly check the air pressure of the tires : For better performance and smooth
driving of the three wheelers, the tires of the vehicle must have optimum air pressure. Inadequate
air pressure may lead to problems while maneuvering the three wheeler.
Check working of the braking system of the three wheelers : The break clearance
should be perfect and there should be sufficient brake fluids. Often it is seen that dust gets
accumulated on the braking system that hampers its functioning.