The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 has been given an adventure touring makeover, to look similar to the Triumph Tiger 800.
Mr. Pawan from Bengaluru owns this custom Bajaj Pulsar NS200. ‘Scienty Ravi’ from Bengaluru’s ScientyKraft custom shop has modified his motorcycle. The bike features headlight guard; a full-size crash guard protecting the radiator sides and the engine; and a skid plate at the bottom as well. The metal frames are made out of mild steel. Other additions include KTM 390 Duke-derived handlebar with knuckle guards; adjustable windscreen and pillion backrest for added comfort. Additionally, there are saddle stays on the sides and a top pannier mounting frame behind the pillion backrest.
The modifications have resulted in a weight gain of around 12 kg. However, to offset the weight gain, the motorcycle features an aftermarket exhaust with aluminium casing and a BMC air filter. The combination should offer a slight performance gain, but the numbers are not given. The stock Bajaj Pulsar NS200 employs a 199.5cc single cylinder SOHC mill with liquid cooling. It makes 23.5 PS of power at 9,500 rpm and 18.3 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm.
For suspension, the bike employs telescopic front fork and a rear Nitrox monoshock with canister. The front fork appears to be slightly elongated for better ground clearance. The motorcycle uses 280 mm front and a 230 mm rear disc. The 17-inch stock alloy wheels retain the stock 100-section front and 130-section rear tubeless tyres. The fuel tank can hold 12 litres.
[Source: Bigbang Biker]