Bajaj Pulsar 220 modified as an offroader for Rs 2 lakhs
A Bajaj Pulsar 220 has been transformed into a supermoto offroader with customized parts. Video and Images - MotoMahal on YouTube.
Among some of the most favorite bikes both in Africa and in global markets, the Bajaj Pulsar 220 has attracted motorcycle customizers. This modified Pulsar 220 has been fitted with many customized parts that has been turned it into a supermoto offroader.
The fully faired Bajaj Pulsar 220 gets a new frame which altogether transforms its profile. It also receives a new tank and body parts along with a new seat design and handlebar all of which come together to totally change the looks of the Pulsar 220 into something more modern and adventurous.
The bash plate takes on a design inspired by the Honda CBF250R and front and rear suspension borrow the same design as seen on the Kawasaki KLX 150.
Rims on the modified Bajaj Pulsar 250 now look the same as those on the KLX150 but fitted with road going high grip tyres and spoke wheels also get added as these last longer than alloy wheels specially where off roading performance is concerned.
Modifications also include a dual exhaust system positioned under the seat and a chain tensioner that offers optimum tension. Larger petal disc brakes at the front and rear enhance braking performance as against the solid disc brakes seen on the stock model.
The modifiers have changed practically every part of the Bajaj Pulsar 220 expect for the engine which remains untouched. Apart from the cost of the bike, the modification has cost Rs 2 lakhs to the owner.