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  • Q. What is the performance of this Bike?
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    The bike's 160cc motor produces 15.5PS of power at 8500rpm and 14.6Nm of torque at 6500rpm. In terms of performance the bike picks up momentum swiftly and offers a linear power delivery. However, it does lack refinement. Braking is done by a 240mm disc at the front, and 130mm drum at the rear. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic front fork and a rear gas-charged monoshock damper. The bike weighs 142 kg (kerb). The Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 is a good value for money motorcycle for its price range. The engine refinement may disappoint you, but it more than makes up for it with its fun-to-ride character. Also Read: Bajaj Pulsar NS 160: First Ride Review - https://bit.ly/2A03QQY

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    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    NS 160 is powered by 160cc motor that produces 15.5PS of power and 14.6Nm of torque. In terms of performance the bike picks up momentum swiftly and offers a linear power delivery. However, it does lack refinement. Braking is done by a 240mm disc at the front, and 130mm drum at the rear. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic front fork and a rear gas-charged monoshock damper. The bike weighs 142 kg (kerb). The Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 is a good value for money motorcycle for its price range. The engine refinement may disappoint you, but it more than makes up for it with its fun-to-ride character.

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  • Q. Has anyone upsized their tyres? If yes then are you facing any problems while cornering? Do I need to change our modify anything? Is tyre touching the chain? I have a dual disc variant and I am planning to upsize both front and rear tyre by 1 size. What do you guys have to say about it?
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    Upsizing the tires is a possibility but there will be some effects on vehicle performance. If you replace any part with a different spec, you will most probably have to change some other related parts as well. So, if you upsize your tire, there is a chance that it might start brushing the swingarm and that will result in faster wear and tear than the normal rate. ​In terms of performance, with a wider tire, the performance will also be on the decrease, which can be seen in the fuel economy and the top speed of the bike. Also, the increased contact of the tire with surface results in increased efforts to handle the bike. However, it also has some advantages like the upsized tires have better traction control on any surface. It helps in emergency braking and provides a smoother ride.

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    Mithesh | 1 month ago

    Using 130/70/17 on rear and 100/80/17 on front on ns 160 is perfectly fine as stock comes with 120/80/17 rear and 90/90/17 front. Both can be fitted to stock rim without any modifications and the tyre will rotate freely because there is enough space between the swingarm, chain etc. So you don't have to worry about tyre touching the chain. Trust me, it wont. The performance drop and milage drop is not much, close to negligible.

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  • Q. How is the performance of telescopic suspensions in NS160?
    Vivian | 3 months ago

    It's pretty good for city rides and it's also a goos tourer.

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    Abhijeet | 2 months ago

    Good for city commuting. Highway cruise is plush

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  • Q. How far can we ride NS 160? I wish to go for 700kms long ride?
    Siva | 4 months ago

    I have driven upto 400 insurance in a single day in the Hills of Meghalaya. I think max 500 can be possible in plains.

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    Abhijeet | 3 months ago

    U can manage long rides with ns 160. I have rode it about 300 kms in a day. No problem at all

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  • Q. Can we do a long ride of about 500 km on NS160?
    Sai | 6 months ago

    Yes we can. i ride my bike around 1600km.. it's really awesome experience.but do servicing before you ride.

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    Sree | 6 months ago

    Oh sure... I ride 1200km.. before long ride change the engine oil and proper services.

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  • Q. Which one has better performance NS160 or NS200?
    Abhijeet | 1 month ago

    Ns200 got more performance as it has 200 cc engine and power of 24 PS as compared to ns 160s 15.5 ps power.

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    Vikas | 1 week ago

    Ovious NS200

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  • Q. I'm confused in Bajaj Avenger Street 160 and Bajaj Pulsar NS160. Which is better in performance and look both. I want a bike for my work purpose and not for riding purpose only.
    P | 1 month ago

    If you are squid at heart go for NS. If you want couch like comfort while standing at the red light go for Avenger. Handling is better in NS. Looks should be a personal opinion. I personally find both of them attractive. If you are in a job which demands you to wear formals then avenger might be good for that purpose. But finally it comes down to your choice.

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    Siva | 1 month ago

    Both the bike share the same engine. If you prefer a relaxed riding posture, purchase Avenger. Where as the NS160 has a conventional riding posture. One thing to consider is that the NS160 is a bike which will suit taller riders better.

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  • Q. Is NS160 good for long rides likes 500-700kms, how much can it cover in a day? Is it comfortable?
    Siva | 3 months ago

    500 KM's in plains possible, but for more than 500 KMs I can't say anything. Personally I had done 400 KM's in a single day in my NS 160

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    Abhijeet | 3 months ago

    I have done about 200-250 kns rides on my ns160. I have good experience with it. Suspension and seat cushion good for rider seat

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  • Q. Is it a durable bike?
    Abhijeet | 3 months ago

    Yes. Off course durable

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    Siva | 3 months ago

    Yes definitely

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  • Q. Do this bike have engine problems because bajaj bikes are often infamous for their bad engine quality on long term performance.
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    As of now, we have not been reported by any of the engine issues regarding Pulsar NS 160. It is a good value for money motorcycle for its price range. If you are experiencing any issue regarding the performance and engine we would request you to please get it checked at the nearest authorized service centre. To check the details regarding the service centre from your respective city may check the following link: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Bajaj/Delhi

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    Chandramani | 4 months ago

    Yes there was little bit problem with engine. It can not start easily in winter and sometime its compressor is going down and it not get start. Then I start my bike by pushing on road. It happens 2 time in this winter.

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