The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Scrambler you see here has been custom-made by Tokwa Party Garage, based in the Philippines. The basic profile and engine section of the motorcycle hint that no changes have been made to the frame to avoid any complications related to the stability factor of the Pulsar NS200. The bike has been equipped with custom parts that match the paint scheme on the fuel tank. The metallic finish is purely visible on every part, looking amazing on the custom-made visor that feels directly derived from a litre-class cruiser motorcycle.
The facial expressions of this typical Pulsar NS200 are totally different, all thanks to the custom LED headlight unit with a black frame. The raised front fender not just looks good but it’s a practical addition as well. The front and rear tyres are off-road friendly, getting thick treads for exceptional grip on rough surfaces and all types of terrain. Coming to the rear section, it features a completely naked frame that gets LED taillight on the outer edge and completely empty tail section. The alloy wheels have been kept in the stock condition at both ends.
The seat of this custom-made Pulsar NS200 scrambler is a single-piece unit, finished in the red shade and carrying a ribbed design for the front part. The modifiers have equipped the bike with a custom exhaust system with a raised muffler for better off-road potential and unique looks. The handlebar is clip-on type while the huge belly pan further adds protection to the lower engine components.
Mechanically, no changes have been made and the bike is powered by the same 199.5cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, producing 23.5 HP of maximum power and 18.3 Nm of peak torque. At present, the stock model of the Pulsar NS200 costs around INR 1.33 lakh for the BS6-compliant version.