The Bajaj Pulsar NS series is one of the top selling bike duo from the company’s stables. The NS200 variant is basically the naked, streetfighter version of the fully faired RS200, albeit with slightly less power. However, what we bring you today will end any gripe you held for this bike. This is a modified Pulsar NS200 and it has been turned into one menacing looking motorcycle.
This modification has been done by Philippines based tuning house Tokwa Party Garage. Now there, the NS200 is sold under the combined Kawasaki-Bajaj brand name and the bike is rechristened as the Rouser NS200. However, it’s essentially the same bike with some minor changes to comply with the different laws. The one featured here though is on a whole different level.
Starting with the front, the first thing to grab attention is the circular all LED headlamp. It is complimented by a custom cowling on top. The front fenders have been replaced with new ones which look more like motocross units. The handle bars are kept stock but with the addition of new grips along with end mounted rear view mirrors.
Moving to the sides, there are not many changes as the tank cover, mid cowling etc. have been kept stock. The whole bike now comes in a glazed white finish with the addition of an attractive red coloured saddle. Also, the bike now features custom made skid plates at the bottom.
Coming to the rear end, the rear frame has been chopped down in order to give it a more streetfighter look. The shorter tail along with that beautiful one piece saddle add a lot of appeal tot he bike. The tail light is housed just beneath the seat and is an LED unit.
The mechanicals have not been altered with much and the changes to the bike are mostly aesthetic in nature. However, the silencer has been replaced with a custom freeflow unit which will boost the power and lend a better exhaust note to the bike. The brakes and the rims have been kept stock but the tyres have been replaced with a set of more knobby motocross themed tyres.
Certainly, this is among the better looking Bajaj Pulsar NS mod we have seen in some time. What do you think about it, is the stock motorcycle better or this bad cousin of it.