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TVS RTR VS PULSAR VS TIGGER PRICE AND ALL CONFIGURATION



The TVS Apache is a motorcycle made by TVS Motors since 2006. TVS Apache is available in five variants: Apache RTR 160 Hyper Edge, Apache RTR 180, Apache RTR 180 ABS, Apache RTR 200 4V and Apache RR 310. The “RTR” in the name stands for “Racing Throttle Response”. More than 2 million Apaches are on the road.[1]
The Apache is the first bike in India with a petal disc brake, which offers better heat dispersion thereby allowing fewer brake fades.
Since the bike is optimized for handling, the ride quality is on the stiff side.[3] Previous versions of Apache had a wheelbase of 1,260 mm (50 inches) which resulted in better turning in at the expense of stability. TVS increased the wheelbase by 40 mm (1.6 inches) to improve the stability. The Apache 180 introduced ABS to the lineup in 2011.Weight of the bike is 148 kg
The Apache RTR 180 ABS has a carbureted 180 cc engine. The engine is of short stroke nature, because of which Apache has higher acceleration figures than other bikes of similar displacement. It does 0–60 km/h in 3.9 seconds and 0–100 km/h in 12.07 seconds. Its top speed is 136 km/h, and it returns 48 km/l (150 mpg (Imperial/UK) or 2.08 l/100 km) on the highway and 40 km/l (110 mpg or 2.5 l/100 km) in city riding
TVS Apache has won awards including Performance Bike Of The Year (2008) from Business Standard Motoring Awards.[8] It was the first vehicle to get 6 prestigious awards in a row.

The original Pulsar came with a 150 cc air-cooled, single-cylinder, petrol, spark-ignited four-stroke engine which made 13 HP of maximum power. They featured a single spark plug to ignite the air-fuel mixture fed from a carburetor, simple spring shock absorbers, round headlamp dome and 1,265 mm wheelbase. Disc brakes as standard equipment was a novelty in Indian motorcycles of the early 2000s. Other standard features were parking lights and an aircraft-type fuel tank lid.

In mid-2001, the Indian Army ordered 1500 Bajaj Pulsars for its defense personnel.

The 180 cc version made 15 HP of maximum power and came with a twin-tone horn, which was optional equipment on the 150 cc version. Electric Start (ES) was offered as standard feature in the 180 cc model and optional on the 150 cc mode.
DTSi stands for Digital Twin Spark Ignition, a Bajaj Auto trademark. Bajaj Auto holds an Indian patent for the DTSi technology. The Alfa Romeo Twin-Spark engines, the BMW F650 Funduro which was sold in India from 1995 to 1997 also had a twin-spark plug technology, and the Rotax motorcycle engines, more recently Honda’s iDSI Vehicle engines use a similar arrangement of two spark-plugs. However very few small capacity engines did eventually implement such a scheme in their production prototypes.
n September 2007, Bajaj Auto filed a claim accusing that the development of TVS Flame was in violation of their patent for DTS-I.[29] TVS Motors decided to sue Bajaj Auto for libel.[30][31] On February 2008, the Madras High Court in Chennai restrained TVS from launching it with the twin spark plug technology.[32] TVS appealed against this decision, claiming that crucial evidence was not taken into account[33] and in March 2008, launched the Flame with a modified engine containing one spark plug.[34] The DTSi idea is a simple one to understand – it involved usage of two spark plugs (instead of one) per engine cylinder. On 16 September 2009, the Supreme Court of India permitted TVS Motors to manufacture and sell the 125 cc TVS Flame with Twin Spark Technology[35] till the pendency of the suit before the Madras High Court, but it shall maintain accurate records of its sales all over the country
There were several allegations of IPR infringement by Chinese manufacturers in Sri Lankan and South American markets.[38][39] Pulsar clone versions are sold in Bangladesh also.

This article is about an air-cooled, 150 cc standard bike sold in India from 2013 to 2015, in Bangladesh, 2013- still continuing. It is known as the CB150. For the liquid-cooled, 150 cc standard bike sold in Indonesia since 2012, which is related to the CBR150R, see Honda CB150R.
Honda CB Trigger or CB150 is an 150 cc single cylinder four-stroke engine motorcycle developed by Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) and introduced in 2013. The motorcycle is known as Trigger in the Indian, Sri Lankan and Bangladeshi markets. The bike is featured with advanced Combined braking system (CBS), digital instrumental panel and viscous air filter, LED tail lamps and alloy-wheels.[4] It replaced the Unicorn Dazzler. Trigger is available in black, meteor green metallic, pearl siena red and pearl sunbeam white colors.[1]

In 2015, the bike was replaced by the 160 cc CB Hornet 160R

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Top 10 New Motorcycles We’re Dying To Ride In 2018||



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These Are The Top 10 New Motorcycles We’re Dying To Ride In 2018

1. 2019 KTM 790 Duke

2018 KTM 790 Duke

Courtesy of KTM

Sean MacDonald: For me the 790 Duke is one of the most exciting bikes from the show, and also one of the biggest disappointments as it won’t be available until the fall of 2018 as a 2019 model. KTM claims the best power-to-weight ratio in the class, but the Triumph Street Triple RS makes a claimed 22 hp more and weighs around the same (but these are manufacturer-claimed dry weights). At the end of the day, I often lean toward a twin over a triple, but this really will be a bike that we just have to wait and see if it’s really all it’s cracked up to be.

Joe Gustafson: When you hear a motorcycle enthusiast speak, a common bike is spoken of that doesn’t exist. One that is fast, but not superbike fast, with the reflexes of a supermoto, that you can take on the highway, and one that looks awesome but not retro or like anything out on the road. In other words, the perfect standard motorcycle that can pull commuting and track duty while still turning heads. The 790 Duke on paper seems to suit that build. The only question for me is the price. Because high service intervals and an affordable price matter. It will certainly not be cheap, but a riding impression should seal the deal if the final product is worth it.

Read more about the 2019 KTM 790 Duke here.

2. 2018 Ducati Panigale V4

2018 Ducati Panigale V4

Courtesy of Ducati

Sean: Panigales have always had issues, but that doesn’t stop me from wanting to see what 226 hp in a bike that weighs 430 pounds feels like. The Aprilia RSV4’s mill is likely my favorite of any superbike, and I’m insanely curious to see what Ducati’s will feel and sound like. Sure, the previous Panigales (and the Superleggera) had some instabilities in the chassis, but that doesn’t mean I’m not excited to throw myself down a racetrack at 150-plus mph on this to see if it does as well.

Joe: It will be fast, it will sound like a MotoGP bike, and it will be piloted by people who wear exclusively AGV and Dainese. I couldn’t care less. Namely because I don’t have a fifth of the ability to ride this thing at the limit. I’m ultra stoked that it exists and the superbike envelope is being pushed ever further, but it’s also pricing out most people and driving the premier literbike experience to ever higher tax brackets. Looking forward to seeing it at Starbucks. Color me more salty than actually critical of this bike.

Read more about the 2018 Ducati Panigale V4 here.

3. 2018 Indian FTR1200 Custom

2018 Indian FTR1200 Custom

Couresy of Indian

Sean: Between the opportunities I’ve had to ride Indian Scouts with tracker mods from Roland Sands to my recent first experience with flat-track racing, the Indian FTR1200 could not have come at a better time. Add in the fact that this isn’t just mid-controls and bar risers but an actual chrome-moly frame and proper suspension make this thing incredibly attractive. It’s a full 20 percent lighter (100 pounds) than a stock Indian Scout, which makes that 100 hp seem a lot more lively. This could be the closest Indian come to replicating the performance of Aaron Colton’s Victory Octane “Octane 93” custom bike, and I need to ride it.

Morgan Gales: Of course I’m excited to ride the FTR1200 Custom; who wouldn’t be?! The chrome-moly frame, Öhlins suspension, Lyndall brakes—these are all the components of a custom racebike, not a production bike, so this thing is going to go, stop, and handle like a banshee. I hope Indian releases it for whatever ungodly price it wants and don’t change a damn thing. I want to ride this one, not a dumbed-down production version of it.

Joe: I’ll be excited to ride it if it ever exists. Fool me once with Project 156 shame on me, fool me twice with a Scout-powered flat-tracker for the street and I won’t get fooled

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HONDA NC750X | First impression | Review



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Extreme Turbo Motorcycle Engines 2017



This video is about Big turbo motorcycles engines. In this video are turbo bikes with biggest turbo engines. If you wanna see some extreme bikes and motorcycles powered with huge turbos watch this video.

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RC Motorcycles and Best Moments



RC Motorcycles and Best Moments 2017

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TRIKES with BIG ENGINE – BOSS HOSS (1000 Horsepower UP)



TRIKES with BIG ENGINE – BOSS HOSS (1000 Horsepower UP) 2017

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New Royal Enfield Classic 350 | Gunmetal Grey Walkaround | with Rear Disc



2018 Royal Enfield Classic 350 – Gunmetal Grey with Rear Disc Brake

Spec

Displacement – 346 cc
Maximum Power – 19.8 Bhp @ 5250 rpm
Maximum Torque – 28 Nm @ 4000 rpm
No. of Cylinders – 1
No. of Gears – 5
Seat Height – 800 mm
Ground Clearance – 135 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight – 192 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity – 13.50 litres
Top Speed – 120 kmph
Price – Rs. 1,43,000

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Rat Rod Amazing Trikes 2017



Rat Rod Amazing Trikes 2017

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