Some aftermarket bike modifiers develop such detailed products that one is not able to detect the donor model. This is one such specimen.
This modified BMW Cafe Racer is actually a Bajaj Pulsar 180. Now, you would be forgiven for not recognising the donor model at all. The aftermarket bike modifiers put so much attention to details that it becomes almost impossible to know that a Pulsar could be turned into a premium motorcycle. Let us check out the details of the changes made to this ‘regular’ bike.
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Bajaj Pulsar Modified Into BMW Cafe Racer
The video has been uploaded on YouTuber and the vlogger takes us through all the modifications done to the bike. Starting from the front, the bike features the trademark rounded headlamps with projector lights and circular LED DRLs on the rims, the suspension rod has been kept from the Pulsar but painted golden to give a sporty appearance, the rod is covered by the rubber protector, the alloy wheels are directly carried over from the donor bike albeit the tyres are much chunkier to match the profile of a sports bike.
The body also comprises of custom side panels, creative graphics with sophisticated design patterns, pearl blue colour theme, modified handmade fuel tank with BMW logo, blacked out engine and other mechanical bits to complement the blue shade, clip-on handlebars with new handgrip, digital display, new lock system, premium diamond-cut padded tan seats with beige stitching, anti-glare 180-degree side view mirrors, grilled turn indicators, custom sporty exhaust system, with chrome finished bolts. The rear section has an upright stance with an LED taillamp strip, a custom black rear tyre hugger to complete the overall superbike appearance.
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What has not changed, however, is the 178.6-cc fuel-injected, air-cooled engine. It still produces a decent 17 PS of peak power and 14 Nm of peak torque. It has a 5-speed gearbox and a 15-litre fuel tank. The Pulsar 180 gets ABS at both wheels. The front has a telescopic suspension system, while the rear features a 5-way adjustable Nitrox shock absorber. Let us know your feelings about this unique modified Bajaj Pulsar 180 into a BMW Cafe Racer.