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« on: October 04, 2009, 11:58:45 PM »

Hello.

Iíve recently shifted to Noida from Siliguri and have been using the public transport since Iíve moved here. Fed up by it, I asked my father to buy me a new bike. Although he turned down my request, he is sending my Bajaj Pulsar 150cc (the first model that was ever released) from Siliguri.

Once itís here, I want to modify the hell out of it and make it look absolutely sexy. I also want to improve its performance without lowering the mileage much. The bike is in very good shape as it is, although it turns off the ignition if you donít keep idling it all the time and the rear tyre skids around a lot.

I want to fix those drawbacks and do some other modifications, specially in the looks department. The only modification Iíve done yet is installed a self-start mechanism. Now, here is a long list of modifications Iíve read (on the Internet) can be done to a Pulsar:

Performance:
Muffler
K&N Air Filter
Jetting
Clip-on handlebars
Rear disk brake
Xenon headlamp
Gas shock absorbers
Handlebar lock (on one of the front shocks)
Automatic alarm system (Autocop)
Parking switch
Handle grips
Medicine kit
Racing chain guide
Changed sprocket
Carburetor tuning
Crank boring
Fuel-tap (with key)
Front Shock Reflectors (TVS)
Extra head lamps (on leg guards)
ExhausTec silencer
Programmable CDI
180 Block and Piston
Exhaust tuning

Looks:
Kits
Stickers (with lacquer)
Thicker, tubeless tires (Barracuda)
Tail lamp (Karizma; Unicorn)
Tyre rim (Mag wheels; Pulsar 180cc)
Sporty mirrors
Lamps (above rear tyre; rear mudguard; under front fairing; between engine and tank)
Paint job on engine (black)
Seat
Tank flap cover (scratch and leak proof)
Tank scratch guard (laminated stickers)
Pilot lamps (5-in-1 LED; blue bulbs)
Rearview mirrors with indicator bulbs
Extra silencer
Digital console


I have a budget of around Rs. 20,000. Can you guys please help me choose the best mods I can make to my bike within my rather limited budget? The one thing most important to me, besides improving performance, is that the bike should look (and sound) absolutely brand new and different after Iím done with it. I donít want a regular old Pulsar anymore.

Thank you.
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« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2009, 09:44:49 AM »

i think
Thicker, tubeless tires (Barracuda)
K&N Air Filter
Sporty mirrors
Tyre rim (Mag wheels; Pulsar 180cc)
Clip-on handlebars
Rear disk brake
Xenon headlamp
Exhaust tuning
can make a change in ur p150cc
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« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2009, 11:24:46 AM »

Modifying a Bike like Pulsar with ur budget is very difficult.

But try to get the quotation on below parts

If u need to ve a cool look, Try to get a Superbike body kit.Always take the advice from a mechanic who is specialist in altering Bikes.Otherwise kit wont suit ur pulser.Put the headlight and taillamp according to that body.Thicker, tubeless tires (Barracuda),K&N Air Filter,Fit dual exhaust which suits to the body and Hayabusa  handlebar, For performance u can go with reboring of cylinder and an oversize piston. Also enquire whether this much power can handle a Big body or not....

U ll get Decals and other related sfuffs by online purchase.....


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« Reply #3 on: October 06, 2009, 11:28:44 AM »

@vimal nair
bro any site where i get the body decals
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« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2009, 11:34:33 AM »

Normal site is ebay.in for india and ebay.com for other countries....But u can buy it from there also.


also u can find  at http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com
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« Reply #5 on: October 06, 2009, 11:42:03 AM »

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« Reply #6 on: October 06, 2009, 12:09:00 PM »

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« Reply #7 on: October 06, 2009, 11:13:31 PM »

Thanks a lot for all the replies, guys. After reading them, giving it some thought, and talking it over with my father, Iíve whittled down my list to just these eight upgrades:

K&N Air Filter
Clip-on handlebars
Rear disk brake
HID with projectors headlamp (Xenon)
Thicker, tubeless tires (Barracuda)
Tyre rim (Mag wheels; Pulsar 180cc)
Sporty mirrors
New colour

Can someone please give me an estimate of how much these things will cost me (my budget has also been lowered now to ďthe lowest possible amount you have to spend to get just the most essential things modifiedĒ)? What sort of colour should I go for (like, what quality and all that)? Will I see any performance improvement from these upgrades? What size tires would be most ideal?

And, most importantly, can someone recommend me a really good place in Delhi/NCR where I can get these things done for cheap?

Thanks, once again, to all of you for taking the time to reply.
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« Reply #8 on: October 07, 2009, 02:09:53 PM »

sOUNDS GUD,  uPDATE ALL ONCE THIS IS DONE AND UPLOAD THE PICS ALSO........

best of luck and enjoy safe ride......
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