What Harley Davidson Dyna Has To Offer India?

The Harley Davidson Dyna has acquired the same conventional expressions as it was in World War II, all the same, with cutting-edge technology. Harley Davidson Dyna is the classiest and comfy bike. The Harley Davidson Dyna arrives in a couple of variants namely, Harley Davidson FXDC Super Glide and Harley Davidson FXDB Street Bob. Both the motorcycles are being fitted out with air cooled, twin cam 96 power train that brings forth a peak power of J1349 and acquires peak torsion of 124.73 Nm at 3,000 revolutions per minute. The fuel injection of the Harley Davidson Dyna is Electronic Sequential Port fuel injection system. The engine of the motorcycle is coupled with a 6 speed manual gearbox. The fuel tank content of the Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob is 17.7 liters while this is 18.9 liters in Super Glide. You will be getting a fuel mileage of about 3 kmpl in these bikes. Continue reading


BMW to Come With Special Anniversary Edition K1300S

BMW Motorrad, the 2 wheeler wing of BMW Group has completed 30 years with its K series bikes. To celebrate this, BMW Motorrad will be unveiling a special 30th anniversary edition of K1300S superbike at EICMA.  This bike is also known as “30 Jahre K-Modelle”. The special edition K1300S will have some cosmetic changes and will feature bigger headlights.

There is no official information about the modifications to improve the performance.  More information regarding the changes will be revealed at the EICMA. According to the rumour mills the features in this special edition include ABS brakes, BMW’s second-generation electronic suspension adjustment (ESA II), and automatic stability control (ASC). Other major features include a tinted windshield, HP shift assistant, HP footrests for rider and passenger, heated grips, on-board computer etc.

The special anniversary edition of k1300S will retain the 1293cc, 4-stroke in-line 4-cylinder-engine in the earlier model. The four valves per cylinder, 2 overhead camshafts engine with compression ratio 13:1 produces a power output of 173 bhp at 9250 rpm and 140 Nm of torque at 8250 RPM.  The top speed attainable is 170 kmph. The engine is mated to a 6 speed constant mesh gearbox.  It is built on an aluminum twin open spar type chassis and rides on BMW Duolever single strut. It has a kerb weight of 228 kgs. In this BMW braking performance is provided by 2 x four-piston calipers, 320mm discs at the front and Two-piston floating caliper, 265mm disc at the rear.  This will surely be a head turner at EICMA.

Bajaj Pulsar 375 cc Bike Coming In 2013

It has now been revealed officially that Bajaj Motors will be coming out with the much awaited and anticipated 375 cc Bajaj Pulsar bike in the year 2013. This bike has been totuted to be the real competitor for the KTM Duke 390 that is also set to arrive in India shortly. This bike is also being launched in India by Bajaj and Bajaj Motors will be launching its version of the Pulsar 375 cc bike only after the Duke 390 is launched in India. In all probability, Baja Pulsar 375 cc bike will be coming out in the middle of 2013.

The Duke 390 is awaited to be released at forthcoming Milan bike Show, 2012 in November and the motorcycle could get an Indian debut as early as March 2013. The Pulsar 375 might debut a couple of months subsequently, as it would be partaking a great deal of parts with the Duke 390, even so at a far cheaper price label. The Duke 390 motorcycle is anticipated to be priced at just about Rs. 2 lakhs in India whereas there is every possibility of the Bajaj Pulsar 375 cc to come out for Rs. 1.4 to Rs. 1.5 lakhs. So, at this price 2013 Bajaj Pulsar 375 which assures to be the most knock-down Pulsar ever constructed would create a new niche in this bike segment which could be a real challenge for other bike manufacturers in India to replicate. KTM Duke 390 would be heavily supported by the Duke 200 model and Bajaj can as well adopt the identical mechanism.