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  • Bajaj Pulsar 220 Modified: Examples, Images, Builder's List

    The Bajaj Pulsar is a well known sports bike in India which has been redeveloped through the new age models and now popular custom made not just in India but in other countries as well. The Bajaj Pulsar bikes are so popular that it's been a fact now that four out of five people prefer these sports bikes. 

    Bajaj Pulsar Bobber

    The price of the Bajaj Pulsar 220 F is Rs. 1.28 Lakh in India. In India, it is available only in one variant and in four colours. It is powered by a 220cc BS6 engine. It has a five speed gearbox and develops a power of 20.4 ps and a torque of 18.55 nm.

    In this article we are going to show you some of the best Bajaj Pulsar 220 Modifications. 

    Bajaj Pulsar Bobber

    Bajaj Pulsar Bobber

    This Pulsar 220 Bobber made by Pune-based Gabriel Motorcycles. With every motorcycle they customize for their customers, they try not to change anything with the engines and make the bike look the way the customers desire or maybe sometimes better.

    Looking at this Bobber it is very difficult to believe that it is Pulsar 220. This single seater bike is full of bespoke parts, which uses the P220’s engine, and has a custom made swingarm as well as under belly suspension which will further help in creating a low centre of gravity.

    modifications made of Bobber :-

    • Custom made Knuckle Duster Foot pegs
    • CNC cut Flame shaped Brake & Gear pedal levers
    • Custom Laser Engraved Air Filter & battery box
    • Seat
    • Turn Indicators
    • Hazard / Parking lights
    • Head light
    • Side mounted Tail lamp & number plate
    • Bar End Mirrors
    • Peanut fuel tank with a sprocket as the lid
    • Custom Silencer
    • Most Chrome made of Stainless 
    • Steel 100% rustproof
    • Rust Proof nuts, bolts and washers
    • Airbrushed Paint job
    • Heat Resistant black coating on engine and Silencer

    Bajaj Pulsar Gixxer

    There are numerous modifications on the much popular Bajaj Pulsar with different styling elements and fairing. A full fairing bike is preferred by many bikers solely for the styling of the motorcycle.

    Bajaj Pulsar Gixxer

    Before Bajaj entered into the fully faired segment with Pulsar RS200, the P220 was the only bike which offered fairing. However, that doesn’t stop Indonesia-based companies from creating their own version of a fully faired bike based on the P220. The bike still proudly holds the Pulsar brand name; it uses parts from Aprilia (the frame). The panels from the Gixxer. The upside down forks from the Yamaha R6. And uses a 180-section rear tyre and a 120mm wide one at the front (both 17 inches).

    another example of a fully faired version based on the Pulsar 220,This fully-faired Bajaj Pulsar 220F you see here has been heavily modified accounting to the needs of a customer. This model does a better job at keeping the identity of the P220 intact. In this model the fairing has been extended, while it sports a fatter rear tyre. The tail section is totally different from the P220, which shows effort made into making this custom.

    Ninja 220

    Moving on to the next awesome modified Bajaj Pulsar 220F. As we can in the picture above, the owner has replaced the stock projector headlights on the Pulsar and have replaced it with the Kawasaki Ninja 250. The bike that you see in the pictures here is P220 but with the new Ninja 250R’s front end it look amusing. 

    Ninja 220

    Bajaj Pulsar 220F Retro Classic

    The Bajaj Pulsar 220 F was first one of the fastest bikes in India ,it also made a good market in Indonesia. Then one of the custom bike builder Rudy Gunawan got a brainwave to go retro with this Pulsar 220, and in this way the Pulsar 220 ended up looking like a Triumph Bonneville. 

    Bajaj Pulsar 220F Retro Classic

    Except the engine and rolling chassis, almost everything else in this custom bike has either been fabricated, or has been sourced from other motorcycles. Thus, by all this hard work a very impressive retro-modern motorcycle was modified.

    Modifications done:

    • Complete cosmetic overhaul
    • Green-white color
    • New front and rear fenders
    • Honda Monkey sourced speedometer
    • Round headlamp
    • Green radiator shrouds
    • Yamaha L2G source fuel tank
    • Single piece leather saddle
    • Copper coloured exhaust downtube
    • New exhaust can
    • Green twin front discs

    Pulsar 150 based O-Four cafe racer

    One more interesting Modification of Pulsar 220 which is done in India, by the Bombay Custom Works. They have built the O-Four cafe racer around the Pulsar 150. 

    Pulsar 150 based O-Four cafe racer

    Modifications done:

    • The seats in this motorcycle are lowered.
    • Lowered handlebars
    • A single seat
    • A sculpted tank
    • The leather on the tank and exhaust muffler helps to achieve retro looks.
    • The bike’s pista green and brown paint enhance the rest of the look.

    Gear-Gear Motorcycles’ Cafe Racer

    Bengaluru-based Gear Gear motorcycles customiser, has customized the Bajaj Pulsar as a cafe racer but this one is a very basic one. In this bike most of the unnecessary parts are removed giving it a more minimal - looking motorcycle. The fuel tank in the bike has millions of stickers,this design makes the bike look quite busy. overall it adds character to the bike. The rest of the bike's bits are the same as the other cafe racer items like a flat tank, clip-on handlebars and a flat seat in the motorcycle. The thing which adds a new life to this bike is its Monoshock suspension and custom Lighting, what's more essentially a 15 year old bike, which is the Pulsar's first built in 2001.

    Gear-Gear Motorcycles’ Cafe Racer

    Conclusion

    These were the few modifications made out of the Pulsar 220, Which has created a good market and amazed many people with its new looks.

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