Can the Bajaj Dominar 400 pull a 2,300 KG heavy tractor: Video

Can the Bajaj Dominar 400 pull a 2,300 KG heavy tractor: Video

There have been multiple instances when antics like pulling a tractor were recorded on video in the past. But most of the times, a Royal Enfield bike is involved in such situations when it comes to showing such muscle power. A Bajaj Dominar 400 owner has pulled a similar stunt. Here’s all you want to know about it.

Bajaj Dominar Vs Tractor

The Bajaj Dominar is secured to the tractor with a heavy-duty rope. The tractor is fixed with a trolley and the combined weight is estimated to be 2,300 kg, which is similar to the weight of most full-size SUVs. There is no one inside the tractor and the Dominar slowly starts to pull it. It covers a lot of distance too.

Later, the driver of the tractor also joins in to ensure that the tractor stays in a straight line. Even with the driver of the tractor on board, the Dominar was able to pull the heavy set-up without any problem. The rider says that he did not rev the engine above 2,500 rpm during the whole stunt.

While pulling heavier objects have been done by many cars in the past. SUVs have even pulled full-size planes and trains to show their power. Pulling heavy objects show how good the torque output is. The Bajaj Dominar 400 is powered by a 373cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that generates 35 Bhp at 8,000 rpm and 35 Nm at 6,500 rpm. As per the rider, the engine does not cross 2,500 rpm, which means the engine is not even developing the maximum torque it can generate when he pulls the heavy tractor. While pulling such heavy objects, features like the traction of the tyres also come into play and show the overall capability of the bike.

The Dominar 400 is one of the best value for money bike in the market. It gets a standard slipper clutch, LED headlamps, LED tail lamps and a fully digital console among many other features. Bajaj also offers optional ABS with the bike which is missing from all the Royal Enfield motorcycles in India.

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