Bajaj Dominar 400 Modified to Look Like a Suzuki Hayabusa: Ever imagined how Dominar 400 will look with Hayabusa clothes on its frame? GM Custom from Delhi not just thought about it but also made one that can be seen running on the roads with sheer perfection. Putting icing on the cake, the modifier has used a custom exhaust system with output that can bring goosebumps to sportbike fans.
The modification is neat, leaving no hint for an amateur eye to find a flaw within the design. The exhaust cans are huge, covered in gloss black and chrome finish for a contrasting look. This typical Dominar 400 even features a Hayabusa-inspired instrument console and a gloss black-finished clip-on handlebar. The modified motorcycle has been equipped with dual front disc brakes, out of which, the left one has been fitted just for styling purposes.
The alloy wheels of the stock model have been painted in the black shade while the side fairing flows neatly into the front fairing area with a single headlight. The visor is huge and practical, leaving the rider partially protected from high-speed winds on triple-digit speeds.
The Hayabusa replica you see here is based on the 2018 model of Dominar 400, and it is pretty capable and one can expect decent performance for sure. The 373.2cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine is good for 35HP of maximum power with 35NM of maximum torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. For further inquiries and pricing details, you can contact GM Custom on Facebook.
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).
Bajaj Dominar 400 Modified Into Suzuki Hayabusa
New Bajaj Dominar 400 Specs
- Displacement: 373.2cc, DOHC
- No. of Cylinders: Single
- Cooling Type: Liquid-Cooled
- Max. Power: 40 HP @ 8800 rpm
- Max. Torque: 35 Nm @ 6500 rpm
- Gearbox: 6-Speed
- Fuel System: Fuel Injection
- Front Brake: 320mm Single Disc
- Rear Brake: 230mm Single Disc
- 2-Channel ABS (Standard)
- Front Suspension: Upside Down Forks
- Rear Suspension: Mono Suspension