Bajaj Pulsar CS400’s instrument cluster detailed in new spyshots

Posted on: Aug 2, 2016 - 3:02pm IST

Also features a secondary display mounted on the fuel tank.

New spyshots from Motoroids offer a much closer look at the Bajaj Pulsar CS400, ahead of its launch in the coming weeks. The CS400 will be Bajaj’s most powerful motorcycle in its lineup, when it goes on sale.

Bajaj Pulsar CS400's instrument cluster detailed in new spyshots
The spyshot offers a first look at the digital instrument cluster of the production-spec Bajaj Pulsar CS400.

The spyshots offers a first look at the digital instrument cluster of the Pulsar CS400, which displays most of the real-time info in one screen. It also has a small secondary screen on the fuel tank, although it’s unclear as to what info it displays. Other features seen in close-up shots include LED headlamps, telescopic forks, mono-shock rear suspension, single front and rear disc brakes. A single-channel ABS could be standard, while a dual-channel system could be optional.

Powering the Pulsar CS400 is a modified version of the KTM Duke 390’s 373.2 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine, which will feature Bajaj’s familiar DTS-i spark ignition system and a 6-speed transmission with revised gear ratios.

Bajaj Pulsar CS400's side detailed in new spyshots
Powering the Pulsar CS400 is a modified version of the KTM Duke 390’s 373.2 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine.

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The Bajaj Pulsar CS400 was previewed by the Bajaj Cruiser Sport concept at the Auto Expo 2014. Compared to the concept, there are very little styling changes. The only significant change is that the concept’s front suspension was an inverted fork, while the production-spec model features a conventional telescopic fork.

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[Source: Motoroids]

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