Bajaj launched the Pulsar 200NS back in 2012. It was the first new generation of Pulsar to be launched and it took the Indian market by storm. But in 2015, to everybody's surprise, this model was discontinued.
But here is a Pulsar 200NS from Vietnam which has been blinged up to its core, inspired from the Kawasaki Z1000 motorcycle. Yes, this Pulsar has been modified not only to look like the Kawasaki Z1000 but it also tries to ride like one.
In order to achieve this, the owner of the Pulsar 200NS has rebored the engine to 350cc. We are not sure how its is done nor the results of doing this mod.
The stock 200NS produces 21bhp and 18.3Nm of torque, but the output figures of this modified Pulsar 200NS has been not revealed.
Apart from the engine, the heavily modded 200NS has been fitted with a range of equipment such as - LED headlamp, fatter 180 section rear tyre, Brembo brake calipers, Austin Racing and aftermarket exhaust system.
The modified Pulsar 200NS also features trident logo between the dual headlamp, restyled wind deflector and new instrument cluster.
It also gets carbon fiber wrapped handlebar, new levers for front brake and clutch, sharper rear section, new seats, LED taillights, rear petal disc brakes, etc.
Coming to the looks of the modified motorcycle, it looks absolutely stunning. It manages to almost look similar to the 1-litre Kawasaki Z1000.
Apart from the looks we are not aware of how this motorcycle feels to ride on the road because the owner of the Pulsar 200NS has not shared the riding experience of this modified machine.
It is speculated that Bajaj Auto will be relaunching the Pulsar 200NS in India The new motorcycle may come with additional features. The fuel Injected version of the 200NS is already in the market in countries such as Turkey, Lebanon, Indonesia, Vietnam.
The fuel injected Pulsar 200NS may be a delight to Indian customers. But until now there is no word from Bajaj about this. Although it may get ABS as an additional safety feature. The 200NS was also spotted testing in India, so we can expect a relaunch of this motorcycle in India.
Source – MOTOSaigon