LeeAT Moto, a custom motorcycle house from Vietnam has modified the humble Bajaj Pulsar RS200 to look like a Kawasaki Ninja H2R.
The modification house has replaced the stock body panels with even more aggressively designed custom units. The brake and clutch levers are from Brembo and are adjustable. It also comes with lever protectors. The analogue-digital instrumentation is stock, but the clip-on handlebars are aftermarket for more aggressive riding position. The motorcycle features Audi headlight to give the bike a unique look.
The front end gets an Ohlins upside down front fork, and the rear retains the stock Nitrox monoshock. They seem to have fitted the trellis frame bars over the perimeter frame, which suggest that it is only for aesthetic purposes. The engine features BMW S1000RR’s Akrapovic exhaust. In its stock form, the RS200’s 199.5 cc mill makes 24.5 PS at 9,750 rpm; and 18.6 Nm at 8,000 rpm. The mill works in tandem with a 6-speed transmission.
The custom Pulsar RS200 also gets a bubble-type windscreen for better aerodynamics. Overall, the kind of equipment this bike has seems to be an overkill, especially for a small-capacity motorcycle. Nevertheless, this modified Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is indeed a head-turner.