The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is among the most well-priced performance-oriented naked motorcycles you can buy in the sub-200cc segment. It offers sorted dynamics, a punchy motor, and a long list of features. The NS200 has a lot on offer. This, however, hasn’t kept its owners from modifying their motorcycles as per their tastes and requirements. One such modified Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is the motorcycle you see below.
While we’ve always maintained that the NS200, in its stock form, is a pretty handsome motorcycle, the customized version you see above looks a lot bolder due to the several modifications it carries. Highlights of the front-end include a set of upside-down front forks, sportier fender, and a wider tire. The original headlamp has been replaced with a round unit that carries a projector setup and LED DRLs. Thanks to these changes, the front-end of this NS200 looks bolder than that of the stock version. Also, the usage of upside-down forks makes the bike’s front look more premium.
The side profile is where this motorcycle gets the most number of changes. The major highlight here is the faux air-scoops that look a lot like the real ones on the Yamaha V-Max. Also, unlike the stock motorcycle, which has an underbelly exhaust, this custom bike has a beefy side-mounted end-can that seems to have come from a superbike of the last decade. Other than this, the motorcycle has lost its split grab rails for a cleaner look. At the rear, this motorcycle gets the same registration plate holder that the stock motorcycle comes with. However, all the indicators have been replaced with smaller, LED-type units. The new tailpiece doesn’t carry the twin LED headlamps of the stock motorcycle. Instead, this NS200 gets a side-mounted stop light. All these modifications come together to give this motorcycle an almost different identity.
It’s not known if this motorcycle carries any performance modifications. The NS200 gets its juice form a 199.5cc engine that outputs 23.5 PS of maximum power at 9,500 rpm along with a peak torque of 18.3 Nm at 8,000 rpm. The motor comes mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
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