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Introducing Black Marlin, a modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 from Mystik Moto

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Introducing Black Marlin a modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 from Mystik Moto

The expression of freedom on the road through cafe racing is distinctive. Long journeys are made absolutely lovely by their robust throttle response, single seat layout, and slim body form.

Introducing Black Marlin, a modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 from Mystik Moto

Through Black Marlin, a completely modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 that now has a cafe racer look, feel, and even revs, Mystik Moto met the same level of expectations.

To create the flat seat appearance on a Pulsar chassis, the front half of the frame was left intact while the back half was cut in two with a scissor. First, they swapped out the stock fuel tank for a metal tank that nearly follows the line of the brown-wrapped seat.

Introducing Black Marlin, a modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 from Mystik Moto

The gasoline tank proudly displays a golden hue, as do the front brake callipers and the gas canister for the rear suspension. Spoke wheels that were also painted in black for improved contrast were used in place of the stock alloy wheels.

Other parts in use include a unique exhaust system, side-mounted speedometer, bigger tyres, a nearly vacant headlamp area, and clip-on handlebars that are placed in an unusual way. Even though the Black Marlin has high ground clearance, the rider’s position renders them susceptible to jerks during light off-roading.

Introducing Black Marlin, a modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 from Mystik Moto

The 178.6cc, single-cylinder engine of the Bajaj Pulsar 180 generates 16.8 BHP at 8500 rpm and 14.22 Nm at 6500 rpm. The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission.

The Black Marlin would have acquired some lean strength through larger wheels and other modifications, but the base bike weights 145 kg.

Introducing Black Marlin, a modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 from Mystik Moto

Due to their larger tread, even the tyres are now heavier. Every component was expertly polished by Mystik Moto, who also proudly branded the fuel tank on both sides.

Introducing Black Marlin, a modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 from Mystik Moto
Introducing Black Marlin, a modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 from Mystik Moto
Introducing Black Marlin, a modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 from Mystik Moto

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