Minor changes to the mechanicals.
NY Customs, based in Alwar, Rajasthan, has modified the Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTS-i into a a cafe racer and named it the Pulsar P200GT. The modification reminisces the discontinued Pulsar 200 and sets another example of the compatibility for alteration the Pulsar family has.
The modification on the Pulsar 200 includes replacement of entire bodywork with custom-made cafe racer style panels, a bikini fairing with a standard headlamp and a pair of pilot lamps, an aftermarket clip-on handlebars in place of the regular single-piece unit, a retro fuel cap replacing the aircraft-type fuel tank lid, a hump-cowl replacing the pillion seat and an inconspicuous LED taillamp. The number plate is moved to the left side and the bike is finished with a blue paint-job and golden appliqués.
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The mechanical upgrades on the Pulsar P200GT include a K&N air filter, an up-jetted carburetor and a megaphone-type exhaust.
[Photos: NY Customs]