Bajaj Pulsar and Ducati Multistrada belong to 2 extreme segments of the market.
A prominent automobile modification house has transformed a humble Bajaj Pulsar 220 into a Ducati Multistrada. This serves as a remarkable illustration of how an ordinary Bajaj Pulsar owner can experience the essence of a Ducati Multistrada without spending a fortune. Aftermarket bike modification workshops have become incredibly skilled, enabling them to recreate nearly any motorcycle from around the world. What’s even more astounding is that at first glance, it’s often challenging for anyone to distinguish the modified Pulsar 220 from the original Ducati Multistrada. Let’s delve into the specifics of this one-of-a-kind modified Pulsar 220.
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Bajaj Pulsar 220 as Ducati Multistrada
These images have been shared on the Bursa Pulsar Indonesia page on Facebook. As you can clearly observe, the level of craftsmanship and attention to detail on this motorcycle is truly exceptional. Although the overall appearance of the bike may seem somewhat more compact and smaller in size, which is understandable, the intricate design elements are executed with precision. These include an aggressive front end with a sharp feature below the headlamp cluster, a sizable wind visor complemented by a compact handlebar, a minimalistic body structure with slender rods serving as the frame, a rugged exhaust pipe, sleek side body panels, a muscular fuel tank, a rear-mounted Jerry can, striking golden spoked wheels, and many more captivating features.
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Modifications on the Bike
- Bracket Box
- Top Box
- Tank Bag
- Mud Guard
- Front Lift 10 cm / Back 5 cm
- Front Rim Ring 19/2.5 inch (Scarlet)
- Rear Rim 17/5 inch Ring
- Front Tyre 110/80 (Metzeler)
- Rear Tyre 160/80
- Complete documents (Invoice and purchase note)
- Long Tax (2027)
- Plate B Depok
- GS Muzzle
- Engine Guard
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The 2023 iteration of the Bajaj Pulsar 220 comes equipped with a BS6-compliant 220-cc single-cylinder air-cooled DTS-i engine. This powertrain produces 20.4 PS at 8,500 RPM and 18.5 Nm at 7,000 RPM of of peak power and torque. The bike has a 5-speed transmission and rides on 17-inch alloy wheels, with a 90/90 section tire at the front and a 120/80 section tire at the rear. For braking, the front tyre is fitted with a 280 mm disc brake, while the rear boasts a 230 mm disc brake. The bike’s front suspension features telescopic suspension with an anti-friction bush, while the rear is equipped with a 5-way adjustable nitro-shock absorber suspension system. The starting ex-showroom price for the 220F model is approximately Rs 1.37 lakh.