Bajaj Auto is finally all-set to unveil its first fully-faired two motorcycles at 2014 Auto Expo next-month, the Pulsar 200SS and Pulsar 375. While most of us wait for a fully-faired Pulsar to unveil, 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 tried to convert his Bajaj Pulsar 200NS to look like Aprilia RSV4 superbike.
For me the bike do not look like Aprilia RSV4 from any angle. The changes incorporated in this modified Pulsar 200NS are redesigned front-fascia, fuel tank, side panels, handle-bar and tyre hugger, also note the underbelly exhaust peeking-out. However, most portion of the modified bike remain true to the stock Pulsar 200NS including the step-up seat. Overall fit-and-finish of this bike seems near factory-made.
Don’t expect the upcoming Pulsar 200SS or Pulsar 375’s design, to resemble the current Pulsar 200NS from any angle. Instead, it will be an all-new design right from a scratch.
Fully-faired Bajaj Pulsar 200NS – RearView
Refresher – Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS will be powered by 200 cc engine, with SOHC 4 valve engine with triple sparks plugs producing 23.17 BHP of peak power at 9500 RPM and 18.3 Nm of peak torque at 8000 RPM, Bajaj claim the Pulsar 200 NS will hit 60 km/h in 3.61 seconds and 100 km/h in just 9.83 seconds. The Pulsar 200 NS is not the fastest Indian with a top speed of 136 km/h. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and the Pulsar 200 NS uses liquid cooling. With the use of lighter components, the Pulsar 200 NS weighs 145 kgs.
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