Bajaj PulRacer 200 - Modified Bajaj Pulsar 200 as Cafe Racer

India is proceeding onward the correct track and Tejas Manek is here to demonstrate me right. The 23 year old seeking after his Masters in Automobile Design at DYPDC School of Design (Pune) fabricated an astounding item and named it 'PulRacer'. A custom assembled bistro racer, PulRacer is a name that incorporates Pulsar and Cafe Racer into one and encourages him experience his fantasy of driving his exceptional ownership. Presently back to the track part, Indian understudies are currently more intrigued by down to earth introduction and this would unquestionably enable them to assert a certainty filled profession through their whole life.

The machine was conceived as a Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTS-i and execution was filled into its DNA from the day of its introduction to the world. Pulsar 200 was known for its insane quickening while its lightweight body helped riders get the full fun out of the moderate Pulsar plan. Tejas contemplates outline and subsequently, he was prepared to get over the old body boards with his by and by arranged bistro racer plan. The motorcycle was stripped to its center and most minor segments were done in Deep Black. Indeed, even the motor and fumes parts are done in Black.

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The edge of the motorcycle was cleaved keeping in mind the end goal to put the single seat effortlessly while the same was done in Tan cowhide and precious stone sewing. The front got itself a round fog light with Orange highlights while the bumpers were even hacked for a littler one at the front and essentially a tire hugger at the back. The clasp ons of the Pulsar is supplanted with a switched handlebar. The enormous Pulsar tank clears a path for a flawlessly completed bistro racer fuel tank with enough space for the rider's legs. The foot pegs were moved to the back and marginally lifted.

The excellence of this machine gets additionally raised with thicker back tire and Orange pinstripe on the front wheel. The brakes were kept the same as stock motorcycle and the same can be said for the fumes and additionally amalgam wheels. Pulsar 200 DTS-i utilizes a 198.8 cc, single barrel motor creating 18.1 BHP and 17.68 Nm of torque. The motor comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The stock biKE weighs 145 kg while this change would have most likely dropped some weight from the motorcycle. Congrats to Tejas Manek for this lovely ride.

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