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Most people who buy a car or a motorcycle have the desire to modify it according to their taste so that their vehicle stands apart in the crowd. Especially for bikers, superbikes are the real deal, but it costs a lot of money and maintenance. So some people use a regular commuter motorcycle as a donor vehicle and modify it by putting their desired superbike kit on it.
As seen in the video posted by Vampvideo, there are two motorcycles from Bajaj that have been modified in the iconic Suzuki Hayabusa. The black one is a Bajaj NS200 and the yellow one is an RS200 and both motorcycles feature the same engine.
At the front, the motorcycle features the exact same faring as seen on the Hayabusa. It gets the same headlight unit with the low beam being a projector and the high beam being a regular reflector. Both the modified motorcycles get the front air intake duct, but they are fake. Also, the motorcycles feature traditional front forks rather than the upside-down ones along with new alloy wheels with low profile tyres.
Moving on to the side, the modified Hayabusa gets similar stickering and a fantastic paint job (which has a warranty of six months). It also gets a similar instrument cluster as seen on the actual superbike. The three-piece handlebar is from the Pulsars along with a custom SUZUKI logo embedded at the top.
As seen in the pictures the motorcycle gets a single seat and that is because there is a rear seat also, but you get a removable rear cowl. The modified Pulsars get the same kind of exhaust as seen on the GXS 1300R, but only one of them will be functional. The rear tail lights remain identical to the original superbike.
Mechanically, the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 and RS 200 is powered by a 200cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine. The unit pumps out 23.5bhp of power and 18.7Nm of peak torque and comes paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox. The price of a BS6-compliant Pulsar NS200 is Rs. 1.28 lakh while the Pulsar RS200 costs Rs. 1.48 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.
Thoughts About The Modified Bajaj Pulsar NS and RS 200
The modifier has done a brilliant job on both the motorcycles. For a distance, it will be hard to tell if it is a fake or real Hayabusa until it passes you and you are able to hear the exhaust noise.