The Bajaj Pulsar 220 has been modified into a KTM Duke 390.
Modification is a favourite job for motorcycle enthusiasts, we have seen a lot of modifications done on all types of bikes. Recently a fellow enthusiast has upgraded his Yamaha R15 V2.0 with a MID and auto folding mirrors. While this person has modified his Bajaj Pulsar 220 into a KTM Duke 390.
At first glance, you will notice the fuel tank, rear end, DRL, handlebar and the front fender are borrowed from the KTM Duke 390. This modified bike also shares the KTM Duke knuckle guards and it gets big sliders that are mounted on the trellis frame and the front fork.
The modified Bajaj Pulsar 220 has a NOS cylinder mounted below the swingarm on the right side. Well, we don’t know whether this Nitrous Oxide System is useful or added just to make it look appealing. It has a custom headlight with two LED units along with KTM DRL.
There is no upside down forks but it has a monoshock at the rear. The alloy wheels and the trellis frame gets a golden paint job, while the swingarm gets a red paint. The modified Pulsar 220 receives the KTM Duke branding on the fuel tank, tail section and even on the engine. This bike also gets a free flow air filter and a full exhaust system.
This modification took over six months and around Rs. 65,000/- and it can accommodate only the rider. The modified Bajaj Pulsar 220 remains the same in terms of performance. This bike is powered by a 220cc single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine which produces 21 BHP and 19.12 Nm torque mated to a 5-speed gearbox, unlike the KTM Duke 6-speed gearbox.
Bajaj Pulsar 220 Modified
– The fuel tank, rear styling, DRLs, handlebar are borrowed from the KTM Duke 390
– It receives Duke branding on the fuel tank, tail section and on the engine
– This modification took over six months and around Rs. 65,000/-