Aprilia RS 125 vs Bajaj Pulsar 125 Split Seat

Compare Specifications of RS 125 and Pulsar 125 Split Seat

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Aprilia RS 125
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Bajaj Pulsar 125 Split Seat
Bajaj Pulsar 125 Split Seat

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 124.80 cc 124.40 cc
Engine Liquid cooled, single cylinder two stroke. Aluminium cylinder with Nikasil coated liner. Read valve intake. Separate lubrication 4-Stroke, 2-Valve, Twin Spark BSVI Compliant DTS-i Engine
Engine Starting Electric start Electric or Kick Start
Fuel System -- Fuel injection
Ignition -- Twin Spark
Maximum Power -- 11.8 PS @ 8500 RPM
Maximum Torque -- 10.8 NM @ 6500 RPM
Transmission 6 speed 5-speed
Gear Shift Pattern -- 1-N-2-3-4-5
Battery -- 12V Full DC MF
Seats -- Split Seat Ensure Maximum Comfort
Headlamp -- 35 W Low/High Beam
Tyres
Front 110/70 - 17 i nch 80/100 x 17 Tubeless
Rear 150/60 - 17 inch 100/90 x 17 Tubeless
Wheel / RIM -- Alloy
Brakes
Front Floating 320 mm disc. Radial caliper with four differential diameter pistons, 32 mm 240 mm Disc/130 mm Drum
Rear Single 220 mm disc. Caliper with two 30 mm pistons. 130 mm Drum
Suspension
Front Upside down hydraulic fork, 40 mm Telescopic with anti-friction bushes
Rear Swingarm with asymmetric members in thin wall box section cast aluminium. Hydraulic monoshock with adjustable spring preload. Twin Gas Shock, Nitrox Rear shock absorber
Colors Available
Colors Nero Competition, Bianco Glam. Black Red
Black Silver


Physical Specs
Length 1955 mm 2042 mm
Width 720 mm 765 mm
Height 805 mm 1060 mm
Weight 126 kg --
Kerb Weight -- 142
Seat Height -- 790
Wheelbase 1345 mm 1320 mm
Ground Clearance -- 165 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 14 litres 11.5 litres
Overview
About -- Given price is for Pulsar 125 Split Seat Disc CBS.
Price for Pulsar 125 Split Seat Drum Read More
Features Powerful 125 cc liquid cooled engine.
Analog-Digital instrumental panel with multi-functional computers.
- Sporty Design
- First-in-class Split Seat
- First-in-class Split Grab Rails
- Nitrox Rear shock absorber
- Anti-Skid Braking Technology

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