Bajaj Pulsar 220 modified to look like a real superbike
Sold in many countries, the Pulsar is one of the best selling motorcycle nameplate in the world. Arguably the best Pulsar till date, the 220 was first introduced in India by Bajaj Auto back in 2007. First made-in-India motorcycle for India, to use clip-on handle bars, rear disc brakes, and a fuel injection system, Pulsar 220 FI was easily the bike-to-buy for those who wanted to upgrade from Pulsar 180 or Hero Honda Karizma.
The design and styling of Pulsar 220 was impressive for that time. Even after seven years, the same bike is being sold, albeit with minor cosmetic changes. Sadly, the 220 FI is no longer available. Bajaj never gave a reason, but many believe that it was the high price of the FI which was the reason of it’s demise. But, the 220 still survives in the form of Pulsar 220F.
Nevertheless, there are many in the world who still own the 220. One such passionate owner is Banjar Wijaya of Tangerang near Jakarta, Indonesia. Banjar has modified his Pulsar 220, which is impressive enough for the title of best modified Pulsar 220.Â Below is the image gallery of Banjar’s Pulsar modified with the help from Rudy of Blessing Motor. Following is the detailed account of mods they have used;
Body: fairing, fuel tank, rear tail model of a full custom Suzuki GSX 600 + delta box frame Aprilia.
Instrument Panel: Cover custom speedometer with carbonized accent. Front and rear lights are not changed and remain original.
Suspensions: Upside down Yamaha R6 front, then the rear swing arm Honda RVF 400 ProArm former combined monoshock & Unitrax Ninja 250.
Rims: ENKEI Honda RVF 400 width 3.5 “( front) and 4.5 “(rear), wrapped in Michelin tires front 120-70-17, 180-55-17 behind.
Muffler: Full system models BM Custom CB 1000.
Footstep: Home Ninja 250, Jupiter-Z back.
Master Brakes Front: Kawasaki ER6N.
Fender: Front Yamaha R6, carbon, behind the Kawasaki Ninja 250.
The owner has not mentioned how much is the overall expenditure for the mods, but it will not be difficult for one to guess that the cost far surpasses the buying price of Pulsar 220. So, was this a good idea? Have a look at the images below, and decide for yourself.