I’ve received many requests for information on how to perform some DIY maintenance on the Pulsar 200NS. In this Bajaj Pulsar 200NS DIY Maintenance Guide, you’ll learn the following:
- Fuel tank cover removal.
- Fuel tank removal.
- Air filter replacement.
- Coolant replacement.
Some of the tools required:
- 8mm, 10mm and 12mm hex sockets
- Hex bit set
- Phillips-head (+ shaped) screwdriver
- Long-nose pliers
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As I had purchased my 200NS pre-owned, I really wasn’t sure if the previous owner had ever replaced the coolant. When I adopted the Indian machine, she was over 2 years old. Back then, the odometer reflected approximately 24,000km of adventure. And since Bajaj’s manual calls for a coolant replacement every 30,000km or 2 years – whichever comes first, I figured that there will be a good chance that my mechanical steed is still carrying the same coolant that it was fed from the factory.
And so I did some research and narrowed my choices to one of these 3 coolants – Evan’s Waterless Coolant, Engine Ice and Maxima’s Cool-Aide. So, the cheapo in me Continue reading “Weekend Project #1 – Replacing lime juice with grape juice”