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This J&D Custom BratBob was once a Bajaj Pulsar 220

JD BratBob Bajaj Pulsar 220 Custom bike

The attractive custom bobber gets bronze paint scheme, brass handlebar grips and a leather saddle.

J&D Custom & Co. has come up with an attractive BratBob custom motorcycle based on the Bajaj Pulsar 220. As you can see, the Vadodara-based outfit has stripped the semi-faired motorcycle off and rebuilt it almost completely with components which are designed and crafted in-house.

The attractive bobber retains the Pulsar 220’s front fork, engine and wheels but rest of the items are custom made including the chassis with a new rear sub-frame, a classic fuel tank and side panels. The black chassis and broze paint job complement each other very well.

JD BratBob Bajaj Pulsar 220 Custom bike profile

Every component is designed and fabricated in-house by J&D Custom & Co. except for the wheels, suspension and engine.

Other noteworthy custom elements include a yellow halogen headlamp, unmissable exhaust tube, a custom handlebar with metallic switches (trickiest element, considering that the Pulsar uses digital switchgears), handcrafted footpegs, leather saddle, brass handlebar grips, chrome toolbox, LED taillights, blinkers and indicators, etc.

The stock alloy wheels have been retained but has been given a mirror finish treatment in addition to blacked out spokes. To enhance the overall aesthetics of the bobber, J&D has used copper tubing to conceal most of the wiring. The engine appears to have been left untouched. The Bajaj Pulsar 220’s stock carbureted motor produces 21.05 PS and 19.12 Nm of torque when mated to a 5-speed transmission.

How do you like the J&D Brat Bob Bajaj Pulsar 220 custom bike?

J&D BratBob Bajaj Pulsar 220 Custom Bike – Photos


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Winner of national level automotive quiz competitions, Nithyanandh aka Nithz jumped into the blogosphere right after gaining a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Love for automobiles and an even greater drive to share his knowledge with the automotive community, Nithz is Deputy Editor at RushLane.

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