Plain Jane Suzuki GS150 modified into a really cool streetfighter bike [Video]

The erstwhile Suzuki GS150 offered a refined engine, a 6-speed transmission, and a sufficiently long list of features. While it was a pretty well-sorted motorcycle, its design and styling made it look rather ordinary. The Suzuki GS150 motorcycle we have in the video below, however, has been transformed into something that looks much more aggressive. Here’s a look at this ‘monster’ streetfighter based on the Suzuki GS150.

At the first look, this motorcycle looks almost nothing like the donor motorcycle. The 150cc Suzuki has been totally transformed into a machine that not only looks sportier but also a bit more upmarket. The front-end is characterized by a custom headlamp cowl that replaces the bikini fairing of the stock motorcycle. The new cowl holds two pilot lamps and a projector setup. The cowl has been shaped to mimic the head of a rather devilish robot. The pilot lamps get red bulbs, which gives this motorcycle its characteristic ‘devilish eyes’. The projector setup, which has been placed lower to the aforementioned ‘eyes’, completes the ‘monster head’ of the motorcycle. The motorcycle gets bar-end-mounted rear view mirrors.

Other than this, the front-end also gets an orange paint for the multi-spoke alloy wheel. The motorcycle also gets a custom fender. The front forks have been painted to compliment the new matte dark grey paint scheme. The original handlebar, switchgear, and speedo console have been retained. The original tank has been customized thoroughly and gets massive tank extensions. Even the side panel has been customized in accordance. The single-seat setup of the stock motorcycle has been replaced with a stepped-seat setup. The motorcycle also gets an engine cowl. The rear gets even bigger changes. The original tailpiece has been modified to hold a custom tail-light arrangement. The motorcycle also gets a twin underseat exhaust instead of the original side-mounted exhaust system.

The original rear wheel has been replaced with what looks like a 14-inch wheel that belongs to a four-wheeler. This multi-spoke alloy wheel has been shod with really wide rubber. Except for the custom exhaust, this motorcycle doesn’t get any other performance-enhancing modifications.  The Suzuki GS150 was sold with a 149.5-cc, single-cylinder engine that outputs 13.8 Bhp @ 8500 rpm and 13.4 Nm @ 6000 rpm. It has been mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

Source – MotoMahal on Youtube