All six motorcycles that form the Bajaj Pulsar line up have been updated to comply with BS IV norms along with specific updates to some bikes There’s a Bajaj Pulsar lurking in every die-hard Indian biker’s past is what my friend, a certified Pulsar fan if ever there was one, once said. Half a decade later, at the cusp of swinging a leg over the new range of BS IV compliant Pulsars all lined up neatly at the Bajaj test track in Chakan, I’d have to agree. Just look at that line up. If you’ve not owned any of these at some point in time or another, you’ll certainly know someone who has because the Pulsar is what truly transformed the performance motorcycling scene in India. What’s common to each of these six motorcycles is that they have all been made BS IV compliant, feature Auto Headlamp On (AHO) and have a new set of graphics. Beyond that however, some of these bikes feature a few more changes. So here goes: