Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTS-i has been heavily modified with custom body parts; wears black-orange paint scheme
Bajaj Pulsar is one of the most popular bike brands in Indian market for quite long time. There are several models with different engine displacement under the Pulsar badge. Here we have a Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTS-i modified into an unique looking café racer by a student of DYPDC School of Design.
The customised bike comes christened as The PulRacer. It looks radically different compared to the stock model and it has received several customised body parts. The black and orange paint scheme has given the modified bike a very unique eye-catching appearance. The stock headlamp has been replaced with a round shaped headlamp and the bezel has been painted in orange.
The instrument cluster and handlebar have been modified as well. The low hung handlebar offers a front leaning seating position and the brake and clutch levers come painted in orange. It also sports retro looking round shaped wing mirrors. The fuel tank has been customised as well and it dons a very sculpted look. The PulRacer café racer comes with a retro looking single rider seat wrapped with tan leather covering offers a comfortable riding experience.
The rear of the bike looks naked die to the absence of rear cowl and the bike boasts round shaped taillight flanked with dual round shaped turn indicators. This customised bike comes retaining the same chassis, but the body panels have been majorly updated. Apart from that, the front fender has been shortened and there is no rear cowl. It gets a black painted updated exhaust as well.
The bike runs on black alloy wheels with the front wheel receiving orange rim decal. The rear wheel comes with meaty and wider tyre. Braking duty is done by a front disc brake and rear gets a drum unit, which means braking equipments are unchanged. So far, the modified Pulsar looks very unique and attractive from every angle.
Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTS-i “The PulRacer” Gallery