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roshan Feb 2 '16

Type                               SI, 4-stroke, Oil-cooled

Engine Capacity               197.75 cm3

Cylinder Arrangement        Single

Maximum Power               20.05 PS @ 8500 rpm / 15.09 KW @ 8500 rpm - CARB

                                       21.0 PS @ 8500 rpm / 15.46 kw @ 8500 rpm - EFI

Maximum Torque              18.1 NM @ 7000 rpm

Bore                                 66 mm

Stroke                              57.8 mm

Carburettor                        Keihin CV

Fuel Injection                    Bosch-Closed Loop

Bore to Stroke Ratio          1.14

Valve Per Cylinder              4 valves

Starting                            Electric Start

Idle Speed                       1400 ± 200rpm

Ignition                            DI - Dual Mode Digital Ignition - CARB

                                      Mapped Ignition System - EF

Power to Weight Ratio     101.9 KW/ton - CARB

                                      104.1 KW/ton - EFI

Compression Ratio           9.7 :1

Air Filter                          Paper Filter

Cooling System              Oil Cooler with Ram Air Assist

Muffler                           Twin Pipe and Twin Barrel Design

Clutch                           Wet Multi Plate - 6 Plate Design

Gear box                       5 Speed Gear Box

Max Speed                   127 km/h - CARB

                                    129 km/h - EFI

Peak Power                  20.5 PS @ 8500 rpm - CARB

                                   21.0 PS @ 8500 rpm - EFI

Peak Torque                18.1 Nm @ 7000 rpm


0-2sec (speed in kmph)     38 kmph

0-60kmph (time in sec)      3.95 sec - CARB & 3.9 sec - EFI

0-100kmph (time in sec)    12 sec

Rear Suspension               Mono Tube - Monoshock

Frame                              Double Cradle Split Synchro Stiff Frame

Front Suspension              Telescopic Forks

Battery                             12V, 9Ah

Headlamp                         60/55W, H4 Bulb with All-Day On LED Position Lamp

Tail Lamp                          LED 2.5 W

Rim Size (front)                 1.85x17"

Rim Size (rear)                  3.50x17"

Tyre Size (front)                90/90-17" Tubeless

Tyre Size (rear)                130/70-17" Tubeless

Front                               Disc (270 mm Petal type)

Rear                                Disc (240 mm Petal type)

Brake Fluid                      DOT 3 / DOT 4

ABS                               Dual-channel ABS with RLP control

Height                            1105 mm

Length                            2050 mm

Width                             790 mm

Wheelbase                     1353 mm

Ground Clearance           180 mm

Saddle Height                 800 mm

Kerb Weight                   148 kg - CARB

                                     148.5 kg - EFI

Dry Weight                     140 kg

Full                                12 L

Reserve                          2.5 L


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roshan Feb 2 '16

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crazyranga Feb 2 '16

TVS is rapidly changing from commuter bikes to performance vehicles isn't it!!!
And the BMW collaboration seems like icing on the cake now!


Lot is expected from TVS (TVS+BMW) in the forthcoming days...

roshan Feb 2 '16

@ Ranga Definetly .........Really Can't wait for the launch of TVS and BMW first collaborated beast G310 R  ....Review will be posted shortly

birjarjun Feb 3 '16

I think the bike came in a lil too late for it to make the pulsar 200 NS feel obsolete. That being said, I'd maintain that the timing of launch is good since there is hardly any other 200 CC apart from perhaps the duke 200 which can really give a stiff competition to this motorcycle... Again, what is being said is that this motorcycle is not here to break performance barriers, but is here to make for a fun ride and a good motorcycle at it. Lets wait till we get our hands on one. Speaking of the lil beamer... G310 R, fingers crossed!!!  

roshan Feb 3 '16

@ Birjarjun even i am expecting a lot from G310R......Really want to have a hands on experience on it


birjarjun Feb 5 '16

@ Roshan, I think it is going to be one of the best bikes...

roshan Feb 6 '16

Its really Awesome bro.....Acceleration wise best in the class...better than KTM 200

birjarjun Feb 9 '16

wow... nice. But I was referring to BMW G310R. I heard the Apache 200 4V is not as fast in terms of acceleration, but the chassis is very well mated with the engine. End result is a great bike for the road, poised and well balanced... But I cant say more unless I get my hands on either... the BMW or the 200 4V...

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