Jaipur based Hustler Moto, a custom outfit run by Pankaj Sattawat has converted a Pulsar 150 (2004) into a Cafe Racer, calling it The Maniac.
Pankaj Sattawat, a very passionate biker has transformed the Bajaj Pulsar 150 (2004 model) to a striking and attractive Cafe Racer, christened ‘The Maniac’. Pankaj runs a custom motorcycle outfit named The Hustler Moto in Jaipur and since childhood, he dreamt about opening his custom motorcycle workshop. So he didn’t aim for a 9-5 job and chose to fulfil his dream. He believed that the Pulsar 150 was the bike that brought the Indian youth closer to performance motorcycle that they had ever been.
All the original bodywork of the Pulsar 150 is replaced with new one. The bike is painted in pearl yellow with black strips, these black lines express the unique stance of a Cafe Racer. The fuel tank has been replaced form the Yamaha RX100 because of its Cafe Racer look. Front profile of the bike is short but features a small yet classic headlamp, styled mudguard and single-piece handle bar that gives the bike a complete Cafe Racer look.
The instrument cluster of the bike is equipped with retro looking analog odometer with phone holder, GPS speedometer and offers more details on the display. The rear cowl replaces the pillion seats and there are oval shaped LED tail lights sitting under the cowl. There are even some mechanical updates like an aftermarket K&N air filter and up-jetted carburettor teamed with a handmade exhaust.
Hustler Moto Turns Pulsar 150 Into Cafe Racer
– The Hustler Moto modifies Pulsar 150 to a Cafe Racer
– Bike is painted in pearl yellow and all the new style panels are handmade
– The front comes with phone holder for GPS speedometer
– Two LED tail-lamps gives dazzled look from the rear