Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTS-i The PulRacer cafe racer
Neelanjan Chakraborty, Motorcycle Nut, will ride, preferably race anything on two wheels!
The Bajaj Pulsar 200NS was re-introduced in India in February 2016.
The Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTS-i has been modified as a café racer by a DYPDC School of Design student. Currently pursuing Masters in Automobile Design, Tejas Manek calls his café racer as The PulRacer.
While the frame remains the same, the body panels have been given a major overhaul. The black with orange paint scheme looks beautiful and adds to the retro appeal of the café racer. The stock headlamp has been replaced by a circular unit.
The front fender is a short, custom-made unit while the fuel tank has been carved with a recess for the rider to lock the knees. The single-seat layout has a tan leather cover with the rear taillamp positioned right behind it. The absence of the rear cowl though leaves the café racer look incomplete. The handlebar unit is new and gets retro-styled circular rear view mirrors.
The suspension system remains the same, but the rear wheel has a fatter profile tyre. Brakes too remain the same front disc and rear drum unit. The exhaust unit has been modified to emerges as an upswept unit.
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