The Bajaj Pulsar has been a favorite amongst many of the Indian riders and has impressed the buyers with its style and innovation. No wonder the bike has evolved into what it is today and there is high hope it continues to do so. While most of wait for a newer Pulsar, some really impatient enthusiasts who would like to go ahead in time and have the modified to suit their riding preferences. One such enthusiast is from Indonesia who has modified his bike the Pulsar 220 (Rouser 220 in Indonesia).
The modified Rouser 220 has an Aprilia delta box frame. The fairing, the fuel tank and the rear tail lamp have been taken from the Suzuki GSX 600. The bike sports upside-down forks from the Yamaha R6 along with the front disc brakes. The bike runs on 17″ inch alloy wheels and the swingarm has been taken from the Honda RVF400. Further, the muffler is derived from the BM Custom CB1000, the footstep from the Ninja 250, front brakes from the Kawasaki ER6N and fender from the Yamaha R6.
Finally, the bike gets the looks of a superbike and there is certainly a lot of ideas Bajaj can bring into its upcoming Pulsar.
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Also see - Bike Modification in India
Source - Stephan Langitan