We recently stumbled upon a YouTube video that captures the Bajaj Dominar 400 hit a speedometer indicated top speed of 194 kmph which sounds fishy to us. The description also suggests that the motorcycle is running on stock ECU which further questions the authenticity of the video as the Dominar 400, in the factory tune, does about 155-160 kmph in the top gear.
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So what’s brewing here? Given that the motorcycle is running with a stock ECU, the top speed of 194 kmph is most likely a speedometer error and NOT a new top speed. Some may argue that the motorcycle gets a revised gear ratio, but even that cannot push the top speed to as high levels as indicated in the video. Check out the video below (Courtesy: ride with urus):
Disclaimer: We do not support rash riding on public roads. Always adhere to the speed limit and follow all the traffic rules.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 uses a 373cc liquid cooled, fuel injected, triple spark, single cylinder engine that is tuned to deliver 34 hp of power @ 8,000 rpm and 35 Nm of peak torque @ 6,500 rpm. This engine is paired to a six speed gearbox.