Pulsar RS200 Modified to Look Like a Ninja H2 Superbike: Bajaj Pulsar RS200 shocked everyone with its official entry in March 2015. After the launch of the RS200 in the Indian market, the buyers who were struggling to get their hands on the KTM RC 200, got a great 200cc option that is not just equally impressive but also saves a lot of money.
Now a few years later, Vietnam-based ‘LeeAT Moto’ has come forward with a heavily modified Pulsar RS200, which is inspired by the mighty Kawasaki Ninja H2. The motorcycle has been personally customized with aggressive bodywork and a sharper design. Let’s forget the front face for a moment but no one can deny the fact that the side fairing of the bike looks much better than the original RS200.
For those who love the superbike-inspired exhaust sound, this single-cylinder machine features an Akrapovic full-titanium exhaust system. The front fascia is almost identical to the Ninja H2 and thus, the modifier has used a centre-mounted headlight and panel-integrated turn indicators for aggressive styling.
The front visor has also grown into a full-sized unit that now gets better positioning for lesser fatigue due to wind blast. LeeAT Moto has used USD telescopic forks for better suspension abilities and at the same time, better clip-on handlebars have been used to get the perfect track-bike control from the motorcycle.
The modifier has reshaped the entire body and they have equipped the bike with a slim LED taillight. Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is already a decently powerful motorcycle, and after this modification, the lightweight parts must have made it closer in terms of performance to the KTM RC 200.
The 199.5cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engine on the motorcycle is good for 24.5 HP of maximum power and 18.7 Nm of maximum torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. At present, the BS6 model of Pulsar RS200 is available for INR 1.52 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi), and it comes with a dual-channel ABS unit as standard.
Photos: Pulsar RS200 Modified Into Ninja H2
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