Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 modified to look like a Kawasaki Ninja H2R, equipped with USD forks and Akrapovic exhaust.

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Litre-class superbikes are a fascination to many and affordable to a very few. For that section of enthusiasts to whom these crazy machines are a fascination, alterations and modifications are the only way they can get their rides to look like a superbike.

LEEAT Moto, a Vietnam-based motorcycle modifier has managed to make a Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 look like a Kawasaki Ninja H2R. The modified RS 200 might not look like an exact replica of the Ninja H2R but the attempt to make a Pulsar look like a Ninja H2R should be commended. The first thing that grabs attention in the modified RS 200 is the green-coated trellis frame. The bodywork and the fairing design take inspiration from the flagship Ninja. The motorcycle sports a custom-made H2R-like front fascia with a large windscreen. While the switchgear is retained, the modified bike gets a custom clip-on handlebar.

The vehicle uses inverted forks (gold-finished) up front while the standard Pulsar RS 200 does the job with conventional telescopic forks. For a sweet sounding exhaust, there is also a custom Akrapovic exhaust installed on the modified RS 200. Other bits include custom tail-light with side indicators, handguard and modified fuel-tank.

Pulsar RS 200 Modified

– Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 altered to look like a Ninja H2R
– The modified Pulsar gets custom fairing, handlebar, tail-light and exhaust
– Bike is custom-painted in Titanium and Black colour

Modified Bajaj Pulsar RS 200
The modified Pulsar RS 200 retains the same 24.5 PS 200cc single-cylinder engine
Modified Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Fairing
The fuel-tank and seats too have been slightly altered
Modified Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Instrument Console
The modified Pulsar RS 200 gets a custom clip-on handlebar
Modified Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Exhaust
LEEAT Moto has installed an Akrapovic exhaust which appears to be a genuine unit