Bajaj Pulsar RS200 dual underseat exhaust looks intimidating and does bring a pile of aggression towards the performance bike
Mark Performance Racing Exhaust is an independent performance tuning company based in Mumbai. They make aftermarket exhausts based on the stock silencer and manufacture them in stainless steel and aluminium combination. Yesterday, the tuning firm posted as many as six pictures of the modified exhaust system on the Bajaj’s flagship performance bike, the Pulsar RS200.
The fully-faired RS200 in red colour has received one major change from the tuning company as the stock unit has been replaced by the under seat dual pipes with big exit openings. They are positioned in an uppish angle to perhaps make benefit from the aero efficiency of the exhaust and they bore the company’s branding with typical bluish surrounds.
Bajaj claims its own tailpipe exiting in conventional position is even ‘race-spec’ when you buy the bike and further aftermarket makeover like this meant the performance could sizzle up high a bit. The pictures caught our attention on Facebook and therefore we decided to take and post them all and hear what our readers have to say.
The Pulsar RS200 is definitely a head turner when you whistle past everyone else. Perhaps few people deemed it to be too over-styled but we never could spare a thought for them. It is powered by the 199.5 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, triple spark engine producing a massive 24.5 PS.
Bajaj’s price tag of around Rs. 1.5 lakh is justified with the twin projector headlamps, clip-on handlebars for long-distance commuting with ease, mono rear suspension, upright riding position and a single-channel ABS system. Every KTMs have their own traits, so as the Pulsars in their unique manner!
With all due courtesy to the pictures from Mark Performance Racing Exhaust and the owner of the bike, we would like to ask – is this RS200 looking bad ass? Would you appreciate an aggressively positioned and screaming dual exhaust system on the stock version of the bike? As for us, we would undoubtedly make a noise and say YES!