The Pulsar 150 was and is one of the most favorite bikes in India and with the addition of the all new 150AS, it's going to carry the legacy forward. The AS is definitely way better than it's previous Pulsar 150I.
If you see the faired bikes, you can observe 2-3 bars of hard metal fit perpendicular to the bike. The length of the bars varies according to the bike’s width and other factor. The reason behind this is because when the bike tips over, the crash bars bend inwards. This is very much risky in case of faired bikes because that will damage the fairings of the bikes, and they surely don’t come cheap.
Today bikes are getting faster and more powerful by the day. Travelling at scorching speeds is the new way to travel for many. The roads becoming smoother and wider has allowed for quicker travel. But we know that staying in a country like India, however wide the roads get and the smoother it is, one can never know what might jump out in front of you out of a sudden.
Those who thought that the front two shock absorbers of your bike were simply two piston springs, then you are simply wrong. Yes, there is a piston and there is a spring, but the spring is not powerful enough to take the entire front end load of the bike during an uneven surface. Hence for that reason the front forks of the bike are filled with a highly viscous liquid, Fork Oil.
The Pulsar AS150, which is the most powerful bike with an air cooled motor (according to BAL). We were curious to know how it fares when its pitched against its Japanese counterparts, hence took her out for a spin.