With the launch of the Bajaj Pulsar CS400 getting even closer (later this month), the upcoming bike has been spotted once again, this time, missing a crucial safety feature.
The test mule spotted this time, sported no camo and didn't feature ABS either, which can be seen by the single hose going down to the brake calipers and the lack of the sensor on the brake itself.
When it does hit the roads, the CS400 is expected to sport the same 373cc liquid-cooled engine from the KTM Duke 390 and the power is expected to be a lot less compared to the Duke. The engine will send its power to the rear wheel through a 6-speed gearbox.
The CS400 sports BYBRE discs on both ends which will also be available with ABS as an option, to help bring it to a stop. The new Bajaj bike also features conventional front forks and a rear mono shock to help it deal with the rough stuff.
Design highlights include the possible LED headlamps and the secondary display on the fuel tank which compliments the normal display.