Even though Bajaj Auto has launched the Pulsar 200 NS, the Pulsar 220 continues to be a hot favorite amongst the bikers in our country. People love full faired motorcycle and Bajaj Auto is yet to launch a full faired Pulsar. The company is expected to give the Pulsar 200 NS a full fairing, calling it the Pulsar 200 SS. However details about this model are still sketchy. So what if you want a full faired Pulsar? Well you modify and get one and that is what one Pulsar 220 owner has just done. We feel, the result is simply mind blowing.
We don’t have details about the modifications and cost but expect it to be somewhere in the range of Rs. 15,000 – 20,000/-. The Pulsar 220 is painted in matte black, which along with the full fairing makes it look quite like the Suzuki Hayabusa in the above picture. The owner believes in keeping it simple and hasn’t added any sort of graphics on the bike. Sometimes less is more and in this case, it definitely is. The overall modifications make the Pulsar 220 look like a heavier bike. This is undoubtedly the best modification we have seen on the Pulsar 220.
The Bajaj Pulsar 220 is available in F variant. The S variant was discontinued earlier this year. The bike is powered by a 220c, DTS-i engine which produces a peak power output of 20.8 BHP at 8500 RPM and peak torque output of 19.12 Nm at 7000 RPM. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The company had positioned the Pulsar 220 as the fastest Indian but the record was broken by higher capacities machines within a couple of years time. The Pulsar 220 will be discontinued after two years, once Bajaj Auto brings in more variants of the second generation Pulsars.
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