Bajaj Pulsar have been one of the most successful range of motorcycle from the Indian two-wheeler manufacturer. The NS200 in the Pulsar range is actually one of the cool looking motorcycle in the 200-cc naked street segment. Just like Royal Enfield motorcycles, people have also started modifying Bajaj Pulsars and we have seen several videos and pictures of modified Bajaj Pulsar motorcycles. Here we have another Bajaj motorcycle that has been completely modified into a rad looking Cafe Racer motorcycle. The modification on this motorcycle has been done by Hyderabad based custom house name IRONic.
First thing that you would notice when you look at the bike is that it does not look like an NS200 at all. The bike has been completely transformed and only if someone tells you that the donor bike was Bajaj Pulsar NS200, only then you would realise it. Starting with the front end, the standard headlamp and instrument cluster has been replaced with a custom made cowl. The cowl gives it a very classic Cafe racer like look. The headlamps are now round and so are the single pod instrument cluster.
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The front cowl or the fairing around the headlamp is finished in a silver or chrome finish. The cowl is connected to the fuel tank which is also a custom made unit. The short and muscular standard fuel tank has been replaced with this long unit. The tank gets a dark red (almost maroon) like fuel tank and there is an analog fuel level meter on it as well. The stock handle bars have also been replaced with clip on bars which gets silver finish.
The silver or chrome finish is also seen on other elements of the motorcycle like brake and clutch levers, front forks and the long bash plate. It looks like, the wheelbase of the motorcycle has also been slightly increased. This gives it a proportionate look and justifies the Cafe Racer look. The rear seat cover or the cowl of the motorcycle also gets a silver finish and below that is a small aftermarket tail lamp. The rear gets the same old mono shock. The wheels also get a very different treatment. Both front and the rear wheel get black coloured cap covering the whole wheel. This gives it a retro look and the tank colour inserts are also seen around the wheel cap.
The whole engine area is painted in gloss black with some of the elements getting metallic finish. It is not known whether any modifications have been done to the engine area but, from the pictures, it looks like the bike now gets a new air filter. This is without any doubt, one of the best looking modification on Bajaj Pulsar NS200 that we have seen in recent times.
Coming back to Pulsar NS200, it is one of the most aggressive looking naked street motorcycle on sale in India. It has been in the market for quite some time and has definitely started to feel a bit outdated. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is powered by a 199-cc, single-cylinder, liquid cooled engine that generates 23.2 Bhp and 18.3 Nm of torque. The bike is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. It competes with bikes like TVS Apache RTR 200 4V and KTM Duke 200 in the segment.
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