For the Indian market, the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 features a standard naked street fighter look. Its muscular front fascia, low fairing, and high stance make it the greatest design under INR 1 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Not only that, but the same motorcycle also lends itself to numerous modifications, one of which can be seen coming straight from Indonesia. This standard NS200, which injects the KTM bloodline into this Pulsar, is the best naked motorcycle modification ever made. Everything for this beast has been carefully chosen.
The motorcycle receives a unique front fascia with a smaller headlight and a thicker front wheel. The same model’s standard telescopic forks are changed out for thicker USD-painted forks. To make room for double disc brakes with a larger diameter, the front disc brake is removed.
The motorcycle’s alloy wheels have been replaced with wider ones to accommodate the larger tyres, and the colour scheme used here matches that of the front forks. This handlebar is an aftermarket model that is broader than the factory model.
Additionally, this Bajaj Pulsar has colour contrast inserts and bar-end rearview mirrors. The Pulsar NS200’s single exhaust is replaced by a dual Akrapovic exhaust, and the engine receives a custom-built under-guard.
The motorcycle’s swing-arm was specially made for it, allowing the owner to easily move the larger wheel and have a longer wheelbase. At the very conclusion, a tyre-hugger sums up the expanded length.
These modifications give the Pulsar NS200 a completely new appearance and place it beyond all other bikes in its category. Judho Pralistyo, an Indonesian, is the bike’s proud owner. (Thegamedial.com)