Bajaj Pulsar RS200 modified to look like Kawasaki Ninja H2 – Take a look
The motorcycle employs an Akrapovic exhaust system. Images - LEEAT Moto.
With a sharp and expressive design, the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 possesses an inherent sporty character. So, most of the modification jobs related to the motorcycle are limited to new paint schemes and fresh graphics. However, this particular example has clearly taken things a few notches higher.
Created by Vietnam-based Leeat Moto, the custom RS200 is inspired by the Kawasaki Ninja H2 superbike. The stock front fairing has been done away with and in it’s place, sits a more aggressive unit with taller windshield, H2-like headlamp assembly (main headlamp is located at the centre and is flanked by red turn indicators) and sharp extensions with carbon fibre accent.
The motorcycle is finished in silver black dual-tone theme. The transmission case has ditched its copper finish in favor of black. Other significant changes include a two-piece clip-on handlebar, a sturdy USD telescopic front fork, and an Akrapovic exhaust system.
While the frame is left intact, there is a trellis-like visual add-on – finished Kawasaki green – below the fuel tank. The two-piece taillight has been eliminated and surprisingly, no replacement has been given!
The information on performance updates is unclear but from the looks of it, the engine and gearbox have not been fiddled with. In its stock condition, the Bajaj Pulsar RS200’s 199.5 cc liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine produces 24.5 PS and 18.5 Nm of torque. Transmission is a 6-speed unit.
Take a look at the mod job in detail in the images below.