I mean will it get loose by going into bumps and pits?
The Bajaj Pulsar has been made very carefully as everyone was expecting a high quality product from Bajaj at such a big price. Bajaj has justified the quality of making by using good quality materials and advanced technologies into their product. The Bajaj Pulsar RS200 has a very nice fairing, which would not get loose with time. The vibrations are persisting in the body, but at high speeds above 100 kmph. The quality of the motorcycle in city riding and highway cruising is still at its best, even after such a big and bulky design. The vibrations have been reduced from the earlier Pulsars, which have made this belief that Pulsars start rattling after a certain time of purchase. The things are getting more and more classy by time and the new Pulsar, with its 199.5 cc engine is one of them.