This Bajaj Pulsar 180 Is Modified To Look Like Ducati Scrambler

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Ducati Scrambler is one of the most sought-after bikes in the market. Watch a humble Bajaj Pulsar 180 getting transformed into Ducati Scrambler

The Scrambler styled motorcycles have been popular for a long time around the world. In the modern day, Scramblers have become quite expensive and out of reach of many buyers. However, many take their humble motorcycles and transform them into scramblers. Here is one such transformation where a humble looking Bajaj Pulsar 180 gets wholly transformed into Ducati Scrambler.

The video shows that the Bajaj Pulsar 180 has been given a complete makeover and every part of the Pulsar 180 has been modified. It is based on the first-generation Bajaj Pulsar, which became quite popular in the Indian market. The rear subframe of the Pulsar gets chopped, and it is now short-tailed.

The stock headlamp of the bike gets replaced by the LED projector lamps. There are two projectors inside it, and they are stacked vertically. The headlight also gets LED DRLs. The front forks are replaced by the upside-down forks from the KTM 390 Duke. Even the handlebar gets replaced with a new one, and there are mirrors installed on it at the bar-ends.


The single-pod instrument cluster makes the bike look much more aesthetic. The Bajaj Pulsar 180 gets a lot of parts from the KTM 390 Duke. The rear monoshock is from the KTM 390 Duke, and the same goes for the exhaust muffler. The modified Bajaj Pulsar also gets a big belly pan that adds the muscular look to the bike.

At the rear, the LED tail lamps are integrated into the frame itself. Both the wheels of the bike get disc brakes now. Parts from various bikes have been picked to complete this transformation job, and it looks terrific. The fuel tank is picked from Hero Splendor, but it gets modified to look like the original Scrambler tank.

Even the stock engine of the Bajaj Pulsar 180 gets rebored and now produces more power. As per the video, the engine is now oil-cooled, and the oil-cooling system has been taken from the Pulsar 220. The total cost of the modification job is just Rs. 92,000, which makes it even more desirable.