With the evolution of aftermarket modification players, it has become possible to make any bike look like almost any other bike. This is a great example to prove it.
This Kawasaki H2R look-alike is a result of some insane modification techniques performed on a Bajaj Pulsar RS200. The Pulsar is a household name in the Indian automobile market with a product in every segment. That makes it a popular choice for people looking to experiment with aftermarket modifications as their passion projects. But on this particular occasion, the level of modification is extremely sophisticated and detailed where a Bajaj Pulsar has been transformed into the Kawasaki H2R superbike. Check out the details.
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Pulsar Modification Into Kawasaki H2R
The video has been uploaded on YouTube and mentions that his special edition has been created in Vietnam. The base model is the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 which is quite a common product on Indian roads. The video demonstrates all the changes made to the bike. This includes things like custom made front fascia with a sporty visor, sleek and sharp panel around the custom Audi LED headlamp, silver athletic side fairing, customised fuel tank design, custom clip-on handlebar, custom bodywork, Akrapovic chunky exhaust pipe with carbon fibre tip, rugged side panel and engine protector, the green frame rods on the side complement the black and silver paint theme, custom handguard, super slim tail end with LED taillamp, custom Brembo Rossi wheels, uniquely designed number plate holder, split-seat setup and front USD forks.
The original Kawasaki H2R comes with an inline 4 cylinder setup with a 998-cc liquid-cooled fuel-injected 16 Valves DOHC engine that produces a mammoth 310 PS (326 PS with RAM Air) and 165 Nm of peak power and torque. This is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The front features dual semi-floating 330 mm Brembo discs and the rear has a single 250 mm disc. The price of this superbike in India starts at a whopping Rs 80 lakh, ex-showroom.
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Would you be willing to go for this kind of modification which could potentially be done at a much more affordable price?