Camouflaged Bajaj Pulsar CS400 spied yet again undergoing technical tests

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Our previous interactions with company insiders revealed that the fastest, most powerful Pulsar, the CS400, will be the next big product to roll out of Bajaj’s production plant. We already saw a test mule of the motorcycle in April this year courtesy one of our readers which revealed finer details about this upcoming Pulsar. In addition, we also managed to motorcycle ourselves a few weeks back, and reported in detail about the exclusive observations.

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Previous spy image revealed that the Pulsar CS400, visually, will stay exactly similar to the concept motorcycle showcased at the 2014 Auto Expo. However, the motorcycle will receive a slightly watered down headlamp cluster and a conventional telescopic front suspension.

While we are yet to hear more details about this upcoming motorcycle, folks at PowerShifters have snapped another test mule of the CS400, undergoing pre-production test runs. As seen in the image, the motorcycle An ABS ring is visible at the rear-wheel but it still isn’t confirmed whether the system is dual channeled or not.

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Bajaj Pulsar CS400 Concept

The motorcycle’s engine will be closely related to the KTM’s 373.2 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor but would employ the patented triple-spark technology. Performance numbers are likely to be significantly lower than its Austrian pocket-rocket. The engine will be mated to a 6-speed transmission.

Read : Exclusive observations from a Pulsar 400CS spotting

While there is no specific time frame mentioned about the motorcycle’s launch, we expect the CS400 to reach dealerships towards the end of the year. We would keep you posted about any further details. Till then, do let us know your views about the Bajaj Pulsar CS400 through the comments section below.

Image Source: PowerShifters

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  • Business Associates says:

    With probable power drop, its needs to be balanced by substantial price difference and increased efficiency