Pulsar NS200 has proved its potential again through this typical street performance upgrade. Keeping most of the body parts intact, the modifier has fitted a custom twin under-seat exhaust system on the motorcycle. Not just that, this modified Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is also equipped with a super-wide rear tyre, which has been fitted successfully on the same alloy wheel as that of the stock motorcycle.
When seen from the rear, the typical Bajaj tail-lights may indicate that it is a Pulsar whereas the dual under-seat exhaust system looks completely mean and attractive. The extra-wide rear tyre seems to be fitted within a custom swingarm. This Pulsar NS200 has been modified by HTRZ Modz, a specialist in custom racing exhaust systems and motorcycle modifications.
Based in Palakkad District, Kerala, HTRZ believes that your vehicle is like an important body part to you and it may need special attention, looking more or less like your very own personality. They have even worked on other projects where the riders have fitted their machines with useful custom accessories and race-spec body parts.
The current-gen model of the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is capable enough to generate 24.5HP of maximum power and 18.6Nm of peak torque from its 199.5cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine. The BS6 model of the NS200 comes with a price tag of INR 1.33 lakhs for the single-channel ABS variant. TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is the closest possible rival to the Pulsar NS200 in India. A lot of 200cc-segment buyers are mostly seen confused between the two as they perform equally well in almost every riding condition.
For further inquiries and exact pricing details, you can contact:
- Address: Shornur, bypass road, Palakkad District, Kerala, India
- Contact Person: Abdul Shahd
- Cost of Modification: Rs 28,000 (Approx.)
- Changes Made: 180-section Michelin rear tyre, dual exhausts, engine guard with sliders