Bajaj Pulsar NS160 & NS200 win pole position in The Ultimate Drag Race

The Bajaj Pulsar NS160 and NS200 won pole positions in the recently held Drag Race titled ‘The Ultimate Drag Race’. Held on a 400 metre of tarmac strip, The Ultimate Drag Race witnessed various entry-sport motorcycles pitted against each other with the aim to find out the fastest entry-sport motorcycles in the 160cc and 200cc segments.  

In the 160cc segment five motorcycles were lined up on the drag strip including Bajaj Pulsar NS160. All the motorcycles were the latest BS6 models of similar vintage with professional riders onboard who were geared up with a proper riding jacket and riding gloves. The Bajaj Pulsar NS160 proved itself to be the fastest motorcycle in its segment with a finish within 19.63 seconds. This motorcycle is powered by a 160.3cc DTSi-FI engine which is a 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-Valve unit delivering 17.2 PS at 9000 RPM and 14.6 Nm at 7250 RPM. The Pulsar NS160 clenched the first place in this drag thanks to its brilliant acceleration.  

In the 200cc segment three motorcycles competed against each other in this drag race. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 came out victorious in the race with 18.13 seconds to complete the race. The bike is powered by a 199.5cc, 4-stroke, triple-spark engine churning out 24.5 PS at 9750 RPM and 18.5 Nm at 8000 RPM. This motorcycle is a favourite with customers in this segment and the performance of the NS200 is one of its biggest USPs.  

About ‘The Ultimate Drag Race’  

The Ultimate Drag Race was conducted on an air strip under a professional and controlled environment. The air strip was completely cordoned off and all the timings were measured using proper tools. The length of the race was 400-metres because this is the international standard for drag races and is strictly followed globally. There were proper markings for the start and end points and there was also a race steward to ensure that no rider made a false start and all of them adhered to the rules. To avoid any ambiguity, multiple runs of drag races were conducted by swapping the riders and the results were similar.