Agung Kustian’s Pulsar 220 Supermoto Edition: When Indian motorcycles with high performance are mentioned, the Bajaj Pulsar 220F is given a special place. It was the most potent choice available at the time, dashing fans’ expectations with its dominance on Indian streets and class-leading races.
It is one of Indonesia’s most well-known Bajaj bikes, and Agung Kustian transformed it into a Supermoto machine by swapping out parts and boosting its aesthetic appeal. The frame and engine of the Bajaj Pulsar 220 were utilised as a starting point for this construction, while the remaining components were gathered from various motorcycles.
The frame was gently modified to accommodate these aftermarket components. Since this motorcycle will primarily be seen on city streets, they chose road-spec tyres, even though off-road tyres would have improved its appearance.
Golden upside-down forks that have a long travel unit from a supermoto bike were installed in place of the original front suspension. One of the most significant modifications on this modified Pulsar 220F is the bodywork.
It displays the characteristic features of a supermoto, including a flat seat, a small but well-designed fuel tank, and a slender frame. Given that this motorcycle has a single cylinder engine, high positioned dual exhausts feel more like an overkill.
Due to the increased ground clearance, huge petal disc brakes are accessible at both ends, and the ride height is absurdly high. To remain road legal, the front additionally has a high-positioned fender and the tiniest headlight feasible.
There are no specifics available regarding instrument console and performance enhancements. Stock In India, the 220cc oil-cooled and carburetor-fed engine of the Pulsar 220F is standard.
Bajaj Pulsar 220 Key Specs (Stock Model)
|Maximum Power||20.64 Bhp @ 8500 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||18.55 Nm @ 7000 rpm|
|Number of Cylinders||1|
|Number of Gears||5|
|Seat Height||795 mm|
|Ground Clearance||165 mm|
|Kerb/Wet Weight||150 kg|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||15 litres|
|Top Speed||134 kmph|