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Modified Bajaj Pulsar RS200 with Lamborghini Green Paint

In this video, a Bajaj Pulsar RS200 has been painted in Lamborghini Green. One of the most popular bikes in the country is the Pulsar. In order to capture a large portion of the market, Bajaj sells a variant of the Pulsar in nearly all major segments in our market. It is even well-liked in the international market. As a result, it should come as no surprise that the YouTuber chose this bike to showcase in this distinctively modified version. Let’s go over the specifics here.

Rough Rider Azam created this video for YouTube. He interacts with the owner of this modified Pulsar in the video. The YouTuber owns the Yamaha R15, which he frequently features in his videos. However, the RS200 is the star of this video, with its distinctive dark green paint that you’ve probably seen on Lamborghini vehicles. Aside from the paint, this Pulsar has a modified aftermarket exhaust that has made the exhaust sound much more sporty.

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The alloy wheels have also been modified, and there are tiny carbon fibre inserts around the headlamp with a smoked effect, the wind visor has been turned black, and the handlebar nuts have also been painted black. The owner also mentions wrapping the bike in PPF (Paint Protection Film) to protect the body, particularly around the fuel tank and rear side body panels. These are the most commonly scratched bike parts. A PPF has self-healing properties and protects the motorcycle’s body from damage.

The YouTuber also inquires about the total cost of modifying this Pulsar RS200. The owner claims that the total cost of this one-of-a-kind paint is Rs 15,000. (yugatech.com) However, prior to this paint job, he had already painted the chassis. Furthermore, the custom exhaust costs approximately Rs 8,000. Taking into account all of the other minor modifications, he spent around Rs 25,000 to make this bike look like this. What do you think


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