Suzuki fans are still waiting for the mighty GSX-R150 in India, getting no other option than the Gixxer SF to fulfil their faired bike needs in the country. On the other hand, Decal46 from Vietnam has modified the lightweight racer into an even more sharp machine in comparison to the stock model of the motorcycle.
The design takes inspiration from the Ninja H2 at one point, leaving all other bits exclusive to the face kit used by the modifier. The front now comes with a unique fairing, dividing the headlight into two sections and creating an illusion of a centre projector unit through the custom piece of the fairing.
Not just that, the sides now feature sharp extensions that cover some section of the headlight from the side view. The visor used here is more prominent, all thanks to the division of the wide headlight and black tint by the customizer.
In comparison to the stock model of the 150cc sportbike, the indicators are now beautifully studded into the side fairing, leaving no empty space on the side profile of the motorcycle. The entire body is finished in a white and blue theme, with the front section carrying a majority of white finish with blue inserts. The fender section on both ends stays black.
The motorcycle is also equipped with a custom Akrapovic exhaust that looks a lot better when compared to the black unit seen on the stock model of the Suzuki GSX-R150. The modified model by Decal46 also features a custom two-piece rear grab rail with a black finish.
Decal46 has used a carbon fibre finish on certain elements, adding a more race-friendly feel to the bike. The GSX-R150 is powered by a 147.3cc single-cylinder engine, producing 18.90 BHP of maximum power and 14 Nm of maximum torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. As of now, Suzuki has no plans to launch the GSX-R150 in the Indian market