It is incredible what a simple paintjob can do to the appearance of a motorcycle like this Bajaj Pulsar RS200. These days, people are flocking to the aftermarket car modification houses for various customizations. While some of these are quite hardcore and over-the-top, there are some subtle ones too. In fact, it is amazing to see how little, but thoughtful alterations could change the entire road presence of any vehicle. Let us check out one such example here.
You may also like: Watch Bajaj Pulsar 220 Modified into Yamaha R1M
Bajaj Pulsar RS200 with Paintjob
These images come from mr__herbee_ on Instagram. Essentially, this Pulsar owner has painted his entire bike black. This also includes the body panels and engine components. Interestingly, the rear alloy wheel is also black. However, the front alloy is white. Apart from that, the body graphics have been removed. Instead, the bright yellow paint scheme covers the areas around the fuel tank, fairing and underbelly. That incorporates the most striking element of the exterior design. Keen observers would also notice the bigger wind visor which adds to the whole charm.
You may also like: Bajaj Pulsar RS200 vs Yamaha R15 M Long Drag Race
The Bajaj Pulsar RS200 boasts a familiar 199.5-cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected single-cylinder engine that delivers 24.5 PS of power at 9,750 RPM and 18.7 Nm of torque at 8,000 RPM. This engine is paired with a 6-speed transmission for smooth gear shifts. It’s supported by a perimeter frame and features a telescopic fork with an anti-friction bush in the front and a Nitrox gas-charged monoshock absorber with a Canister at the rear for handling suspension duties.
You may also like: First 0-100 km/h Acceleration Test of Hero Karizma XMR 210 – VIDEO
In terms of braking, the front sports a 300 mm disc, while the rear is equipped with a 230 mm disc, both benefiting from a dual-channel ABS system. The motorcycle has a weight of 166 kg and a 13-litre fuel tank. Its wheelbase measures 1,345 mm, and it offers a ground clearance of 157 mm. Riding on 17-inch alloy wheels, it features a 100-section tyre in the front and a 130-section tyre in the rear. This bike retails for Rs 1.74 lakh, ex-showroom. We must advise our readers to consult your local RTO before going for a new paint to see if it is legal in your area.