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Bajaj Pulsar modified into a naked Ducati motorcycle

14/06/2019 |Bajaj Pulsar 150
The 2002 Pulsar modified into a Ducati Monster by doing making some subtle cosmetical changes on the motorcycle

side angle look

Bajaj Pulsar inspired from Ducati Monster

All of us anticipate buying a big bike. But, investing money in a superbike is an expensive affair. Many enthusiasts in India make their wish come true by modifying their 150cc-200cc motorcycle into a performance bike. The main reason behind this modification is to get public attention. Following this trend of modification, a guy has customized his 2002 Pulsar 150 into a creepy looking Ducati Monster. The Italian bike maker may get a shock after knowing that India has invented the quarter-litre class version of the Monster.

front end angle of bike

Looking towards the front of the motorcycle, it gets an LED projector headlamp with half LED DRL, which I guess is inspired by the Harley-Davidson Livewire. Moreover, it also employs blue coloured LED side blinkers. Moving towards the side, the motorcycle gets a red side fairing, which looks more appealing in this Pulsar 150 than on the Ducati Monster. Ladakh trips will be quite effortless on this motorcycle, thanks to the extra cushioned seats which can accommodate 3-passengers at once. Completing the picture with a complicated looking rear, which employs a taillight directly snatched out from the Royal Enfield Thunderbird. Moreover, it employs the same LED side indicators along with a Ralco dual sport tyre for better road grip. The rear setup of the motorcycle is now upgraded with Yamaha FZ S swing arm. Suspension setup now comprises of a monoshock suspension at the rear. The motorcycle is painted in matt black colour which gets some aggressive looking red inserts on the single piece grab rail, side fairing, tank, alloy wheels, handlebar. The motorcycle still gets the conventional analogue speedometer as I was expecting it to come with a digital one.

rear end of the bike

It gets powered by a 150cc engine which produces 12 Ps of power

Powering this hot looking Pulsar is a 143.9cc, four stroke engine which churns out respective power and torque outputs of 12 Ps and 10 Nm. The transmission duties are done by a 5-speed gearbox. This modified Pulsar 150 is a piece of art. It's very difficult to differentiate it from the original Monster. To stay healthy in your life please stay away from these types of modifications or else be ready to get criticized from the people and dogs around you.