2009 Pulsar 150 specifications

I am a proud owner of 2009 Bajaj Pulsar 150cc DTSi. I rarely find complete specification on Internet so I uploaded myself.

2009 Bajaj Pulsar 150cc DTSi
2009 Bajaj Pulsar 150cc DTSi

Engine Type 4 stroke, Single Cylinder, Natural air cooled.
Bore x Stroke 58.00mm x 56.40mm
Engine Displacement 149.01 cc
Compression Ration 9.5 +/- 0.5 : 1
Maximum Net Power 14.09 @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Net Torque 12.76 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Ignition System Microprocessor controlled digital CDI
Spark Plug 2 x Champion RG 4 HC.
Spark Plug Gap 0.6mm to 0.8mm
Lubrication Wet sump, Forced.
Transmission 5 speed constant mesh.
Fuel Tank Full: 15 liters. Reserve: 3.2 liters (2 liters usable)
Dimensions: Length 2055 mm
Width 790 mm
Height 1100 mm
Wheelbase 1320 mm
Minimum turning radius 2320 mm
Minimum Round clearance 165 mm
Weight Vehicle Kerb Weight 143 Kg.
Gross Vehicle Weight 273 Kg.
Suspension Front Telescopic, 135 mm stroke
Rear Triple rated spring, 5 way adjustable with 105 mm travel Nitrox shock absorbers
Brakes Front Disc Type. 240 mm Disc.
Rear Mechanically expanding shoe & drum type.130 mm Drum.
Tyre Front 90/90 x 17, 41P – Tube
Rear 100/90 x 17, 55P – Tube
Pressure
Front 1.75 Kg/cm2 (25 PSI)
Rear (Solo) 2.00 Kg/cm2 (28.5 PSI)
Rear (Pillion) 2.25 Kg/cm2 (32 PSI)
Electrical Battery 12V Full DC
Head Lamp (Low/High Beam – Watts) 35W / 35W with 2 Pilot Lamps
Fuel Tank Capacity 15 Ltrs
Reserve 3.2 Ltrs (2 Ltrs Usable)

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  3. I appreciate all the work you’ve put into your site! I’m going to Tweet this out to my followers… Definitely worth passing on!

  4. So if I’m reading this right, the complete capacity of fuel here is 18.2 l of which 17 l is usable. In other words if I’m to get my tank fully filled, it should not be more than 17 l, is this right?

  5. thanks for your information
    and also a question for you can i drive my bike in ON .at having only 3 litres at my tank for ???????????
    but then to it covered almost 100 km having it kept on — ON then for a change means turned it to reserve and to only for a small distance it covered and started making a noise frm engine so i came to know that the petrol is empty by my thought n stop the engine

    so please let me know the perfect usage of the fuel by how to fill n use it according pls pls pls pls pls

    1. If you are not using your bike in reserve(not moving fuel knob) then Pulsar has tendency of accumulating water in the tank. Its perfectly normal usually not harmful. In case that happens. You can turn off fuel knob and unscrew a small screw near carburetor there. This will flush your carburetor. If any water that will flush through a small plastic overflow pipe.

      If you think that there was no patrol in tank during ‘On’ position, And low fuel ‘Red’ light did not turn on. You need to get your patrol sensor checked.

    1. Any bike can develop an engine problem (If not rode properly). It’s a average bike, Yes, Is it expensive, No, Does this gives the value for money you are paying, Yes. You will get more then you pay, Yes. Will it beat Duke 200, No!.

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