The Bajaj Pulsar 200NS is set to make a comeback in India next month.
2012 was a major step ahead for Bajaj. The Bajaj Pulsar brand was not just a decade old but was also making a giant leap with the Pulsar 200NS. Their most powerful (then) and premium product which was a living testimony to their alliance with KTM. One customer in Costa Rica has gone ahead to make his Bajaj Pulsar 200NS look even more muscular.
The bike gets a new custom single-sided swingarm and a new rear sprocket. The rear tyre is a 190 section unit, used in the BMW S1000R and S1000RR. The exhaust system is new. Moving away from the compact underbelly unit, the customised Bajaj Pulsar 200NS gets a side mounted canister exhaust.
The BMW S 1000R is an all-out naked roadster based on their flagship sports bike, the BMW S 1000RR. The 999 cc four-pot mill on the bike is capable of producing 165 odd horses and 114 Nm of torque. The Bajaj Pulsar 200NS, on the other hand, gets a 199.5 cc mill which produces 23.52 hp of power and 19.3 Nm of torque.
There is no word whether the engine of the Bajaj Pulsar 200NS has received a new output. A bigger rear tyre though will mean a significant drop in performance and fuel efficiency.