Since last few weeks, we have been continuously bringing various examples of motorcycle modifications that just grabs the attention at the first glance. From Yamaha RD350s to the Pulsars, nothing is untouched by the custom bike freaks. The recent example is of a Bajaj Pulsar 150 that has been modified to look like a Royal Enfield Himalayan.
At the first instant, it is actually a bit difficult to notice that this bike is actually a modified version, that is a ‘wannabe Himalayan’ and not the Himalayan itself. The donor bike is the second generation Pulsar 150 that used to come fitted with a 143cc engine mated to a five-speed gearbox. The engine in the said Pulsar model used to crank out a maximum power output of 13.52 PS along with a peak torque of 12.28 Nm.
This modified Pulsar 150 has been fitted with the same rounded headlamp as the Himalayan. Also, the tyres fitted in this bike are dual purpose in order to challenge the terrains with ease. The bike also gets luggage panniers to support long distance touring and the brown coloured single piece seat looks stunning with the overall design. The raised up front fender along with the conventional unit lends the bike the same profile as the Royal Enfield Himalayan. The braking comes from a disc unit up front along with a drum set up at the rear. Also Read: This customised Yamaha RD350 Sun Chaser is something you should definitely not miss out on
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Source – Iqbal Mutaqin