Beast Motors Pvt. Ltd. just launched a highly modified Bajaj Pulsar 150 for the Indian fans, dedicated to all those who appreciate performance. As not many modifiers are known to alter the engine dynamics of a motorcycle inside the mod job, this product can be referred to as unique.
Beast Motors has given this particular customised Bajaj Pulsar 150 the name “B3.1.” Shubham Pramod Banginwar, who founded Beast Motors Private Limited, is the man behind the bike’s engineering and design. Apart from B3.1, Shubham has re-engineered more than a dozen motorcycles in the last three years since he is passionate about them.
He frequently takes long drives and enjoys test riding motorcycles. This gorgeous computer belongs to Shubham, and it has much more power than you might think. Not only that, but even a quarter-liter motorcycle should be afraid of the fury of this machine because a mistake in judgement will undoubtedly result in a loss.
This modified Pulsar 150, known as B3.1, has a re-bored engine that is now listed as having 168cc in displacement. Working in tandem with R.K. Customs, the work successfully increased the performance figures to 18 BHP of power and 16.5 Nm of torque.
Although it only claims a top speed of 132 kmph, the acceleration numbers are where the true magic happens. B3.1 can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 7.5 seconds while still providing 68 km/l of mileage. They have used iridium components for improved performance, and free flow air filters and exhaust contribute to the total improvement.
The B3.1’s overall body weight was decreased by Beast Motors to 136 kg, which enabled it to achieve the remarkable real-world performance results. A modified front windscreen, a cage made specifically for the front seat, and Red finishing on the tank shrouds have all been employed. For their B3.1, they used a separate tyre hugger. The factory-installed Pulsar 150 has 13.8 BHP and 13.4 Nm of torque. The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission.