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New Pulsare 2100 B/R Interior

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Hi Gang,

Kip was kind enough to send over a few new pics of some really nice interior updates the factory has been working on.

Many of you commented that you liked the "old-style" 2100 Pulsare rounded rear bench seat, but that you also liked the integrated speaker and cup holder of the newer design.

Well from what I see, the factory has listened and done it's best incorporate the best from both designs and also, at the same time improve the overall design from an access and functionality perspective.

So going forward, the seat itself will have the rounded type corners and as you will see in the photos. The other items are being moved to a newly designed panel in front of the rear seat, which houses the speaker, cup holder as well as a crash panel and a grab handle. I'm sure you will agree it looks really sharp!

As part of this rear seat redesign, there is now the added benefits of having better access to the gas tank which has been pushed back slightly, this allows for the gas tank to now be removed more easily by just pulling the rear bench seat. There is also better access to the battery area. And finally, a in-floor ski locker has been added utilizing some of the saved space.

Kip tells me that this design will be rolled out to the 1850 B/R's and 2000's B/R's as well.

I hope you enjoy the pics! :)

I think it looks really sharp! :thumb:



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