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TVS Apache RTR 200 gets full fairing as custom job

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The Indian two wheeler maker is working on a fully faired Apache 300 flagship bike based on the Akula 310 concept.

It seems the new TVS Apache RTR 200 has become the modifiers delight in Indonesia. Not long ago, images of an Apache modiefied into an adventure tourer surfaced and now we present you the fully faired supersport avatar.

Both mod jobs are undertaken by the same outfit as evident from the matching white-burgundy color theme and custom swing arm. Compared to the adventure variant which retained several stock components, the fully faired bike goes for extensive redesign.

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The TVS Apache RTR 200 is slowly becoming a modifier’s delight.

While the switch gears, headlamp, taillight, and saddle continue untouched, each and every body panel has been redesigned to offer an aggressive big bike appeal. The bike gets twin discs upfront, a protective cover for the fork, twin air intakes on either side of the headlamp, a tall windshield, muscular fuel tank and a sculpted tailpiece with pillion seat cover.

The bike also gets custom chassis and swing arm that are finished in burgundy. The pictures indicate that the motorcycle is being showcased at one of TVS’ showrooms, presumably in Indonesia. This could be an undertaking by the local dealer to generate interest in the Apache brand.

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This particular mod job features extensive redesigning of the bodywork and chassis.

TVS is working on a fully faired flagship Apache 300 which will derive design cues from the Akula 310 concept bike and mechancial elements from the BMW G 310 R.


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