• Q. Which one is better Pulsar NS200 ABS or standard?

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    Wilson | 7 months ago

    Main problem is wind blast at high speed. Tyer size is little smaller but its good because of them you can get better millage. Some time if you don't care Much about your bike gear box can be harder so care for your bike. And rear brakes are smaller as the high power of bike.

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    Nandaditya | 1 year ago

    Dual channel abs is better but if you don't drive very fast single channel is enough speeds about 60 are pretty easily controllable with single channelNo abs means you need to master the art of braking otherwise front wheel will skid and you'll fall

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    Habib | 1 year ago

    If you are an experienced rider you wount even need abs if you cant control your bike in urgent braking situations just go for abs then

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