5 modification IDEAS for the Bajaj Dominar 400

The Dominar 400 has quickly gained popularity in the market. The flagship touring motorcycle from Bajaj offers a host of features and has been a decent seller in the market. The 400 cc bike looks quite good in stock form but here are a few modification ideas that can elevate the looks and functionality of the motorcycle even further. Let’s find out what they are.

Wrap it up!

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Wrapping is the easiest way to change the way your motorcycle looks. Wrapping does not take much effort and does not change the looks permanently too. It can also help with keeping the paint scratch free.

Seen here are two examples of wrapping on the Bajaj Dominar 400. The simple red matte finish wrap takes on the mud guard, biking fairing and the rear cowl. The headlamp visor also gets the matte black finish. The hand guards also get partly wrapped in red colour.

The whole colour scheme adds a nice dual tone effect to the motorcycle and makes it look unique. There are text stickers on the alloy wheels reading out the name of the motorcycle that makes it look very premium.

Another example of good wrapping is this blue wrapped Dominar. The motorcycle gets matte metallic blue wrap along with matte black wrap; the Dominar 400 looks exquisite. The colour of the wrap is similar to the flagship colour of the Bajaj Pulsar 220.

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The motorcycle also gets semi-reflective thin stickers on the edges of the motorcycle that glow when light falls on them. The wrap and the reflective lights make sure that the motorcycle grabs maximum attention wherever it goes.

Give it traits of a devil, er the Ducati Diavel!

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The Dominar shares design traits with Ducati Diavel. To make it look closer to the inspiration, Autologue Design from Pune has put out the marvellous “Domivel”. To give it a Diavel look, Autologue has added tank shrouds, a belly cover, a seat cowl and a shortened tail.

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The motorcycle also gets a new tyre hugger. The Domivel looks very neat and has been modified without taking away the character of the motorcycle and yet giving it a different and unique look. The kit is priced at 16,500 and Autologue has begun taking pre-orders for it.

Put full clothes on it!

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The naked Dominar has some good muscular attributes, but Bajaj has not launched a fully-faired version of the motorcycle. There is no doubt that fully-faired motorcycles attract a lot of attention in India. If the non-availability of a fully faired Dominar is keeping you away from it, then worry no more.

This is a render that shows how the Dominar will look like if it is fitted with a full fairing. The relaxed riding position of the Dominar can be made more aggressive with clip-on handlebars that lower the riding stance. Such a kit can be custom-built for you, by customizers such as Autologue Design.

Touring Ready

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Sahyadri, a company in Mumbai that develops accessories for motorcycles, came up with a package that will make Dominar touring friendly. The motorcycle gets a large windscreen with a mobile phone holder. The motorcycle also gets frame sliders to protect it from falls.

There are a top-box and place to tie saddle bags in the rear. Dominar comes with all-LED headlamps but to improve the vision further at night, two 18 watt auxiliary LED lamps have been placed on the crash guards.

Expedition in mind?

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The designs again thought by Autologue design looks sharp and is very practical. There is two long distance focused modifications sketches released by Autologue. Tour-X and Tourex. The Tourex kits consist of semi-fairing, a larger windscreen and foglamps integrated into the auxiliary blinkers. The Tourex also gets saddle bags matching the body colour of the motorcycle. There is also a grille that protects the headlamps for any debris.

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The other model is the Tour-X that also gets a floating semi-fairing but with a design that covers more parts of the motorcycle. The Tour-X also gets modified front mudguard. The windscreen is larger, but there are no extra LED lamps. These kits will go into production from July.

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