• Q. How is the braking system of 220?Please tell me. - Pulsar 220 F?

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    Sumit | 2 years ago

    Front breaks are too good. If you do not use bike often then rear brakes may loose the grip/air and it will act like ordinary drum brakes. This become frustrating because one starts to loose confidence. Both are disc brakes and you do not need to change disk pads so often. ABS (electronic and manual were not available at least till 2017 so I am not sure Bajaj has sourced ABS in new gen 220 bikes.)

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    Mr | 1 year ago

    Excellent in new, and become poor when it become old day by day. That means you also dying day by day means becoming old 👴, budda

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    Vijay | 1 year ago

    It's well balanced breaking when u k of how to use it... I personally use like 60% back break and 40% front break which works really good even on a emergency fast breaking

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