Fully Faired Bajaj Dominar Looks Ready to Take on TVS Apache RR310

For those of you who came in late, the Bajaj Dominar 400 was previewed by the Pulsar CS400 concept many years ago at the Auto Expo 2014. Back then, the Indian motorcycle manufacturer had, in fact, showed two concepts – Pulsar CS400 and Pulsar SS400. Later, the former gave birth to the Dominar while the latter is yet to see the production line. Today, however, we have yet another concept from abin_designs_511 that has offered yet another interesting take on the flagship motorcycle from the homegrown bike manufacturer. In fact, the fully faired Bajaj Dominar 400 looks as racy as the TVS Apache RR 310.

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As you can see in the images we have here, the full fairing has made the Bajaj Dominar look completely unlike the street naked we’ve known all this while. The motorcycle looks much sharper due to the addition of the carefully sculpted full-fairing. In fact, its fly screen is much more sharply raking than what you get on the Apache flagship. Its fairing is also not as big and the engine continues to be exposed to the naked eye.

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While the front-end of this fully faired Bajaj Dominar 400 has not been revealed, careful inspection reveals that the fairing holds a sleek headlamp. Also, chances are that the headlamp cluster would even hold the turn signals as they aren’t mounted on the side of the fairing. Other than this, the Dominar has remained untouched. It gets the same alloy wheels, same USDs and even the same tailpiece. Of course, all the cycle parts have also been carried over from the stock model. However, in spite of such a high degree of parts sharing, the fully-faired version looks considerably different and clearly, has an identity of its own. For reference, here’s an image in which you can clearly trace this conversion.

full fairing bajaj dominar 400 green side profile

It must be noted that the Bajaj Dominar 400 gets the same engine as the KTM 390 Duke, albeit, in a less powerful format to ensure a relaxed touring experience. The peak power output is rated at 40PS while the maximum torque is pegged at 35Nm. The motor comes mated to a 6-sped transmission. A slipper clutch is also on offer. At the time of the launch, the Dominar 400 offered only 35PS but the engine was later updated to offer 5PS of extra power.

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