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Pulsar SS400, all new full bore sports motorcycle from Bajaj. In Pulsar SS400, the SS stands for Super Sports. The Pulsar SS400 is based on the same platform as the KTM Duke 390. It gets 375 cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled, FI engine with triple spark ignition technology. The 375cc engine is the modified version of KTM Duke 390 with 6 speed transmission. In, KTM Duke 390 the engine can develop maximum power 44 HP and maximum torque of 35 Nm. It will include telescopic front suspension and monoshock suspension at the rear. It will get disc brakes at the both front and rear. The Pulsar SS400 is expected to be priced at Rs.2 lakh. We can expect the launch of Pulsar SS400 by 2015.
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Bajaj Pulsar SS400 Review
Bajaj Pulsar SS400, a distant cousin of the RC 390 has been unveiled at the Auto Expo Event which may be available with a price range of around 1.9 lakhs to 2.1 lakhs. The bike is also known as Super Sport 400 and it would be a complete value for money in terms of style, performance and practicability.
The Bajaj Pulsar SS400 looks very royal and trendy while compared to its previous version with its awesome features. The front is decorated with a halogen headlamp and a mudguard mounted tail light for better vision during night time. The front also has a clip-on handle bars for easy handling of the bike.
The front fairing of the bike adds more style along with faux air intake ahead of the large tank. It boasts a decent instrument panel with digital instruments like fuel guage, speedometer, tachometer and trip meter. The full faired Bajaj Pulsar SS400 is fitted with a Metzeler Tyres which is quite impressive.
The Pulsar SS400 is provided with a maintenance free battery in order to power all the electricals. The new bike comes with a split type seating arrangement which separates the rider and pillion space and it is perfect bike for travelling long hours. Some of the important features of the Pulsar SS400 includes low fuel indicator, low oil indicator, low battery indicator, pass light and stand alarm option.
The Bajaj Pulsar SS400 is powered by a 373.2cc, 4 Stroke, Liquid-Cooled, Triple Spark, Single Cylinder Fuel Injected engine which churns out the maximum power of 44 BHP @ 9500 RPM and maximum torque of 35 NM @ 7250 RPM. The engine of the bike is mated to the six speed transmission for smooth and comfort ride. It has the option of electric start type which is easy for the rider to start the vehicle.
The Pulsar SS400 is very easy to handle with the front telescopic suspension and monoshock rear suspension which is quite good. Similarly, the braking is also good with disc brakes at both the front and rear. The front brake of the bike comes with a diameter of 300 mm while the rear comes with a 230 mm diameter.
Additionally, the bike gets an advanced braking technology known as AntiLock Braking System as standard helps to enhance the braking feature of the Pulsar SS400. These braking and suspension systems helps in ensuring the high stable performance on ride.
"The prime specs of Bajaj Pulsar SS400 are listed here. The overall length, width of the bike should give you an idea about its manoeuverability to sneak and run through the traffic jams.Engine specs of Pulsar SS400 are also listed here. With the power (in bhp) and torque (Nm) figures the most important ratios - power to weight ratio of Pulsar SS400 and torque to weight ratio. The displacement (in cc) is the measure of cubic capacity of the engine. The performance figure of the bike zero to sixty and zero to 100 in seconds will give you the sense of the power the bike possess and its on road performance. The lesser the time taken by the bike to reach 60kmph or 100kmph the faster it is over it competitors "