Modified Bajaj Pulsar 220F (Mega Photo Gallery): Bajaj Pulsar has been a symbol of power since its first day of launch in India. Extending its lineup further, Bajaj now has eight variants in its Pulsar range in India. Pulsar 220F has been a favourite among performance lovers as it comes with a blast of performance every time the throttle is revved. Even there are other high-performance Pulsars like RS200 and NS200 in the battleground, 220F has a fan following of its own.
The 220cc, 4-stroke engine is good for 20.9 HP @ 8500 rpm and 18.55 Nm @ 7000 rpm. It comes mated to a conventional 5-speed gearbox and uses 260mm front as well as a 230mm rear disc brake. The front brake offers ABS for additional braking safety on the motorcycle. 220F weighs 155 kg and retails for INR 1.05 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The model without ABS can be had for INR 98,700 for a limited period of time.
Modified Bajaj Pulsar 220F
# Modified Bajaj Pulsar 220F SuperSport
Finished in Red, White and Black shades, the Pulsar 220F can visually even beat the current generation CBR650F. The components have been replaced with premium units while the tyres are really wide for a 220cc motor. Fully faired, aerodynamic design along with its carbon fibre parts finish, makes it the best-looking custom Pulsar 220F of all time.
# Matt Black Pulsar 220F
This typical Matt Black Pulsar 220F looks like it belongs to some secret service agency from Hollywood movies. The neatly finished body remains graphic-less while its rear end flaunts a huge tyre and good looking short, chrome finished exhaust. It uses a large front disc brake and extended body panels for a bigger looking tail.
# Modified Bajaj Pulsar 220F Classic
If no one tells you that the frame, engine, suspension, front and rear tyre, along with the handlebar are from Pulsar 220F, it won’t be wrong to believe that it is a restored Yamaha classic motorcycle. Using a simple analogue speedometer unit, old fashioned indicators, green-themed body and conventional front round headlight, this 220F carries the most unique body design on a Pulsar.
# R15 Inspired Pulsar 220F
This example has different reactions of people from different angles. The one on the front will say it’s an R15 while the one at the rear will say its 220F. The situation gets difficult for those who view from the side as the motorcycle has the typical Pulsar tank and taillight while the fairing and headlight claims an R15. All in all, the black and Red theme has been a good option for this Pulsar.
# Ninja Green, R15 Inspired Pulsar 220F
Pulsar 220F here wears the typical Ninja style lime green shade and uses the R15 side fairing and front headlight for a meaner look. It uses a custom exhaust and clip-on handlebars like the R15. It has been made by KRP and looks really good from every angle.
# Modified Bajaj Pulsar 220F Scrambler
The 220F used here has been given a new body style with a custom fuel tank, brown painted body panels and scrambler design body. The rear uses a mono-shock instead of spring type suspension while the exhaust feels out of this world with its unique design and arrangement. The front headlight resembles the units used on choppers. It has been made by J&D customs.
# Random Collection of Modified Bajaj Pulsar 220F
These Pulsars have been modified according to the taste of their individual owners. Some of them merely have custom painted parts while one of them has been completely rebuilt with futuristic looks and equipment.