That is what Bajaj is known for doing, but I do feel that under stress and at high altitude, 200 Duke will likely return better fuel economy or at least more consistent results, thanks to fuel injection.
Duke has only ONE spark plug? cheeeeee .... even my obsolete 2002 Bullet has two!I doubt if KTM200 can even come close to IDC figure of Pulsar200, that too with two spark plugs less.
You and I both know the result of that particular conversation man .... when it doubt, refer back to our other old mutual friend's standard statement with regard to the "friend in automobile industry." Its really a small world ....For IDC numbers of KTM, you know where to go. You buddy in the automobile industry would be having the numbers with him. While, you talk to him, also ask him with Pulsar200 leaving every other bike dead, will he buy it or the KTM200/CBR250. I need to make a decision.
hi yogesh..this is what they say in all the probiking showrooms, unofficially though. also if you talk to the guys who own a duke125 in europe, they are happy to report a figure of 25kmpl, which for them is awesomeI wasn't asking for source for the FE of 200NS, but rather the 30kmpl figure he had been quoting for the 200 Duke
Detuned? As against which other version? What specs unrestricted?even the 200 Duke is slightly detuned and an Indian version, with slightly different specs.
guess you can do that will the 100kmpl kind of bikes.the angry customer behaviour i meant.Dheeraj, in all likelihood, most showrooms too would quote around 40-45kmpl for the 200 NS unofficially, as the last thing they want is an angry customer standing on top of their head!