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BAJAJ Motorcycle Parts Manuals PDF, Wiring Diagrams

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Bajaj Cheetak Parts List
Bajaj_Cheetak_Parts_List
Bajaj_Cheetak_Parts_List.pdf
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Bajaj Chetak Microfiches
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Bajaj_Chetak_Microfiches.pdf
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Bajaj Chetak Wiring Diagram
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Bajaj_Chetak_Wiring Diagram.pdf
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Bajaj Legend Parts List
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Bajaj_Legend_Parts_List.pdf
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Bajaj Super Wiring Diagram
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Bajaj_Super_Wiring Diagram.pdf
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Bajaj Classic Wiring Diagram
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Bajaj_Classic_Wiring Diagram.pdf
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Bajaj Super Excel Wiring Diagram
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Bajaj_Super_Excel_Wiring Diagram.pdf
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Bajaj Cheetak owners manual
Bajaj Cheetak owners manual
Bajaj Cheetak owners manual.pdf
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Bajaj V12
Bajaj V12

History of Bajaj Motorcycles

Some BAJAJ Motorcycle Parts Manuals, Wiring Diagrams PDF are above the page - Cheetak, Super, Excel, Legend.

 

The Indian brand Bajaj Auto, founded in 1945, ranks third in the world in the production of motorcycles. Initially, the company was in the sale of 2- and 3-wheel carts (rickshaws), popular among the Indian population.

 

After 14 years in 1959, Bajaj Auto acquired a state license for the production of rickshaws and was engaged in their production.

 

By 1970, production volumes were increasing significantly, in total about 100 thousand rickshaws were produced at that moment, and in 1986 this figure reached 500 thousand units.

 

In the same year, Bajaj Auto partnered with Kawasaki. All Bajaj motorcycles were sold through a single chain of stores in Asia under the Bajaj-Kawasaki brand. In addition, the Indian company has established licensed production of sports bikes Kawasaki Ninja 300 and Ninja 600.

 

In 2007, Bajaj Auto acquired a 17% stake in the Austrian company KTM, and in 2008 increased these assets to 38 percent.

 

As of 2016, Bajaj Auto Holding owns a 48% stake in KTM. An Indian company produces KTM models such as Duke and RC. To date, Bajaj owns several powerful factories located in the cities of Aurangabad, Chakan and Pantnagar.

 

The total production capacity is more than 5 million units of equipment per year. Modern equipment and the latest technologies allow us to produce high-quality equipment at a competitive price in compliance with all quality and safety requirements.