By: Anuj Farkade | Team Autobizz
Bajaj Pulsar NS200 has got a really exciting modification job in Vietnam.
The owner of this typical NS200 was obsessed with the Kawasaki Z1000 styling and carried over that angry face onto his Pulsar, resulting in an economical performance bike with litre-class naked bike essence.
The biggest surprise is that the engine has also been modified with a bigger bore, making it 350cc in displacement. Say Hello to the Pulsar NS350!
The rear tyre has been replaced with a much thicker 180-section wheel while the front fascia now uses all-LED lights.
Other key components on the motorcycle include an Austin Racing exhaust, Brembo brake callipers, an all-digital instrument console and a restyled rear-end design with LED taillights.
The handlebar has been given a carbon fibre treatment while the rear now uses a sharper design with a Z1000-inspired taillight and the absence of the plastic fender.
The only thing that makes it an NS200 is the fuel tank and its shrouds, which too merged with the little body panels around the engine.
The headlight even gets a custom visor to protect the rider from winds at higher speeds.
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