Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS customised into a scrambler – Report
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No apparent changes to the engine.
The Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS has been customised into a scrambler by Malamadre Motorcycles in Indonesia. The model retains the vital mechanical features while the cosmetics have been thoroughly modded to look nothing like the Bajaj Naked Sport.
The scrambler job has involved replacing the stock headlamp and bikini fairing assembly with a classic round head lamp coated in chrome. The digital speedo unit appears to have been retained, and so does the regular fork, alloy wheels, disc brakes and the steel perimeter frame. The front tyre seems to be the stock unit while the rear tyre appears wider than the standard 130/70.
The custom fuel tank and the seat are the highlights of this mod, which give the motorcycle a retro appeal. The tank cover is similar to a cafe racer’s while the thin, long and ribbed seat is reminiscent of that on the Triumph T100. The stock underbelly exhaust system has been replaced with a narrow pipe which is likely a free flow exhaust. There is no change to the braking or the powertrain.
Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS Scrambler Mod – Image Gallery
Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS – Image Gallery
[Images: Tom Dougall]