Before we get into the details of this modified Bajaj Pulsar RS200 that looks quite a lot like the rather invincible Kawasaki Ninja H2, we need to mention here that the RS200 is a sufficiently well-sorted entry-level performance motorcycle that is exported to some parts of South America and South East Asia. With the launch of the Dominar 400, the RS200 is no longer the showstopper in BAL’s lineup. However, this mod job from abroad injects a heavy dose of oomph in the sportiest Pulsar on sale today. Basically, this modified Bajaj Pulsar RS200 has been given a rather comprehensive makeover that makes the motorcycle look a lot like the Kawasaki Ninja H2 hyperbike.
The front-end of the motorcycle is characterized by a fairing that comes from the mighty H2. The fairing also features red LED DRLs, which look pretty menacing when glowing in the dark. You also get gold-finished inverted forks from Ohlins. The original instrument panel and the switchgear have been retained.
Moving on, in the side profile, the Kawasaki Ninja H2 influence continues with this modified Pulsar getting a green-painted faux trellis frame to mimic the architecture of the H2. There’s also an aftermarket Akrapovic exhaust to keep things interesting. That said, it is in the side profile where it gets pretty apparent that this one’s not a Ninja H2. While suitably modified, this RS200 retains most of its side panels and its original alloy wheels. Worth a mention here is that the side panels of the fairing feature ‘Pulsar RS2’ stickers to make it clear that the customizers never wanted to create a H2-imposter in the first place.
The rear-end too doesn’t look anything like that of the H2. This RS200 loses its taillamp-integrated tail tidy arrangement and the registration plate has been mounted under the tailpiece. The thinner tires are another giveaway of the modest roots. Overall, while this modified Bajaj Pulsar RS200 doesn’t look completely like the Kawasaki Ninja H2, it takes enough inspiration from the Japanese hyperbike to look hotter, meaner and sportier. What do you think?