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Meet Tejas Manek’s Bajaj PulRacer 200 Cafe Racer

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Tejas Manek is here to demonstrate that India is on the right track. The astonishing device was created by a 24 year old Pune-based automobile designer who went by the name “PulRacer.”

Meet Tejas Manek's Bajaj PulRacer 200 Cafe Racer

The moniker PulRacer, which combines the terms “custom made cafe racer” and “Pulsar” into one, makes it possible for him to fulfil his desire to operate his one-of-a-kind asset. Back on track, Indian students are now more interested in practical experience, which will undoubtedly help them claim a career that will give them confidence throughout their entire lives.

Performance was ingrained in the machine’s DNA from the moment it was created as a Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTS-i. The Pulsar 200 was renowned for its incredible acceleration, and its light body allowed riders to enjoy the conservative Pulsar design to the fullest.

Meet Tejas Manek's Bajaj PulRacer 200 Cafe Racer

Tejas studies design, so he was prepared to replace the outdated body panels with his own meticulously thought-out cafe racer design. The motorcycle was completely disassembled, and the majority of its minor parts were painted Deep Black. Even the engine and exhaust parts have a black finish.

Meet Tejas Manek's Bajaj PulRacer 200 Cafe Racer

The motorcycle’s frame was cut in half so that the single seat could be installed easily. Tan leather and diamond stitching were used to finish the seat. The fenders were even cut for a smaller one at the front and just a tyre hugger at the rear, while the front received a circular headlight with orange accents.

Meet Tejas Manek's Bajaj PulRacer 200 Cafe Racer

A handlebar that has been turned around takes the place of the Pulsar’s clip-ons. A finely crafted cafe racer fuel tank with room for the rider’s legs replaces the massive Pulsar tank. The rear foot pegs were shifted and slightly raised.

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The bigger rear tyre and orange pinstripe on the front wheel enhance this machine’s appeal even more. The alloy wheels and exhaust, as well as the brakes, were left unchanged from the factory motorcycle.

The 198.8 cc, single-cylinder engine in the Pulsar 200 DTS-i generates 18.1 BHP and 17.68 Nm of torque. The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission. The modified bike would have likely been lighter than the stock model, which weighs 145 kg. I’d want to congratulate Tejas Manek for a job well done.

Meet Tejas Manek's Bajaj PulRacer 200 Cafe Racer
Meet Tejas Manek's Bajaj PulRacer 200 Cafe Racer

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