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Thread: Bajaj pulsar 150- chain sprocket Change

                  
   
   
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    Bajaj pulsar 150- chain sprocket Change

    I had fitted 140/60 Tyre in my Bajaj Pulsar 150 and had also done some modification in my bike swing arm and chain sprocket. I知 planning to fit the chain sprocket of FZ16 in pulsar. Well I want to ask is it possible to fit the Yamaha FZ16 chain sprocket in pulsar.

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    Rather than replacing with the Yamaha FZ16 you must replace the chain sprocket with the other variant of Bajaj pulsar. Bajaj pulsar 200 rear sprockets is having one tooth less as compare to older version of Bajaj pulsar. And for doing this you don’t need to do any sort of modification.

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    You must change the sprocket with the Bajaj pulsar 180 rather than changing it with the Yamaha FZ16 sprocket as there would be no issue. After this I’m sure you will feel the reduction in vibration will feel slightly increase in acceleration.

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    You must only change the front sprocket rather than changing the whole setup as change would be more if you replace the front sprocket and not the rear one.

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    Yes this can be possible. You can get it done by the local mechanic but I don’t think increasing the size will going to boost your bike performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KuljeetSingh View Post
    I had fitted 140/60 Tyre in my Bajaj Pulsar 150 and had also done some modification in my bike swing arm and chain sprocket. I知 planning to fit the chain sprocket of FZ16 in pulsar. Well I want to ask is it possible to fit the Yamaha FZ16 chain sprocket in pulsar.
    i am using pulsar with fz16 rear tyre assembly last 2 years.. i have also done some mode in my pulsar 150.. fitted 140/60 tyre... with its rim and all parts of that rim which are necessary.. even brake shoe, rod, bearing, brake plate, break lever, dampers, collar, wheel axel .. without changing swing arm.... but done some mode in swing arm... also i have fitted old assy of pulsar's chain sproket and hub,.. but i need to change it...
    if you have done already then tell me if it is working fine or not...

    have u changed swing arm or just done some mode like.. cutting inner edge... ?

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