Bajaj Pulsar 220F Supermoto mod [Video]
Praveen M, Engineer-turned-motorcycle journalist. I'm a sucker for cruising down the highways, and twisties in the hills.
Kustian Agung from Indonesia has modified his Bajaj Pulsar 220F into a completely different-looking Supermoto. Here's the video walkaround of the motorcycle.
According to the video, the frame has been redesigned, and custom metal-plate body panels. The design is reportedly an inspiration from the Honda CRF250R. The front upside-down forks; rear monoshock, wheels are from a Kawasaki KLX150; and the tyres are road-biased. Apart from these, the motorcycle also features a custom-made twin-exit under-seat exhaust; bash plate, crash bar with slider and a conical air filter.
The handlebars get handguards, and the ergonomics is ideal for stand-up riding as well. Other than the exhaust and air filter, the engine appears to be stock. In its stock form, the 220 cc air and oil-cooled twinspark engine develops 20.93 PS at 8,500 rpm. A peak torque of 18.55 Nm comes in at 7,000 rpm. The engine works in conjunction with a five-speed gearbox. Both front and rear come with petal discs for optimum braking power. Overall, the motorcycle seems to be perfect for both urban commute and weekend adventure.