Several motorcycle customizers have the sheer potential to mesmerise the audience with their work and one such recent modification by Bittoo Bike Modification (Delhi) has surpassed all the others. The worth-mentioning motorcycle customization has been brought to light by Vamp Video, a YouTube channel that delivers motorcycle customizations with honest and straightforward reviews.
Bajaj Dominar 400 Converted into Last-Gen Suzuki Hayabusa
According to the video, the customizers have modified the Bajaj Dominar 400 into the last-gen model of Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R which looks exactly like the stock Hayabusa variant that was available in the Indian market. The motorcycle has been customized for a customer that currently works in Iraq and wanted a combination of glossy red and silver for his mighty machine.
The modifiers have cosmetically converted the Bajaj Dominar 400 into the old model of the Suzuki Hayabusa with some additional traits that are not available in the stock machine. The handlebar of the motorcycle has been revised to offer an authentic Suzuki Hayabusa look while the console has also been redesigned similarly to the stock Hayabusa variant.
The overall detailing of the motorcycle looks quite authentic and cannot be recognised as a modification offered to some other motorcycle. The use of similar Suzuki Hayabusa stickers also remains the same. The modifiers have further offered the motorcycle with blackened alloy wheels similar to the Hayabusa while the addition of dual working disc brakes is a new addition. Apart from this, the modifiers have also offered the motorcycle with USD forks adorned in the gold shade.
The motorcycle’s rear has been kept similar to the old Hayabusa variant with a similar taillight and dual exhaust setup though the tail light now features yellow blinkers. The front indicators have also been offered with red lights matching the colour of the bike while the customizers have offered this modified Dominar 400 with a new ‘Night Eye’ LED headlight at the front that looks quite authentic. The modifiers have also offered a similar rear cowl that can be seen on the last-gen Hayabusa though the one offered on the modified bike can be taken out easily and features a pillion seat under it.
Apart from the above-mentioned changes, the engine of the Dominar 400 remains mechanically unaltered. Powering the modified motorcycle is the same 373.3cc, triple-spark, 4-valve, DTSi engine, which remains mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
Disclaimer: As per a recent ruling by the Supreme Court, modifying a vehicle in India is illegal. If you do modify your bike/car, it needs to get certified by the RTO (Regional Transport Office).
For further inquiries and details, you can contact:
Bittoo Bike Modification
- Address: Shop-59, Janta Market, Opposite Jhandewalan Devi Temple, Near Karol Bagh, New Delhi
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