Pulsar 220F Modified to Suzuki Hayabusa Replica

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Many people are like to transform their motorcycle to a new look so that they look unique and stand out from the crowd. Here we have the iconic bajaj pulsar 220F that modified to look like the Hayabusa which is another iconic motorcycle in the motorcycling world.

In the video, we can see that there is a Suzuki Hayabusa finished in red and black that was originally a Bajaj Pulsar 220F. The video was uploaded to YouTube by Vampvideo. Modified by BITTOO BIKE MODIFICATION. Which is a well-known modifier, popular for converting 150cc-400cc motorcycles like Hero Xtreme 150, Yamaha R15 V2, Bajaj Pulsar NS200, Pulsar RS200, and Dominar 400 into Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R. However, at first glance, likely, you will not be able to tell that it is a Bajaj Pulsar.

Pulsar 220F
Modified Pulsar 220F on Road

There has been no change made to the engine of this bike, so the changes are purely cosmetic. The typical Pulsar 220F is powered by a 220cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine, which has a maximum output of 20.1 HP along with a peak torque of 18.55 Nm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission.

There are custom handlebars, tail lights, and a front headlight set up with HIDs. The shop has also installed twin Akrapovic exhausts. The motorcycle is complete with all-new body panels. The original Pulsar body panels were returned to the customer. The host of the video says that both the exhausts are functional. However, the Pulsar 220 has a single-cylinder engine. The exhausts also come with DB killers that can be removed. Each exhaust costs Rs. 10,000. It becomes more aggressive, but still, it isn’t as loud as the original Hayabusa’s four-cylinder growl.

Pulsar 220F
Modified Pulsar Looks On-Road

The switchgear from the Pulsar has been carried forward here. A custom seat has been installed with a rear cowl and it can be taken off if the owner wishes to use the rear seat. Upside-down forks were also installed.

There is also another person in the video who worked on the motorcycle. He says that servicing the motorcycle can also be done quite easily. The fuel tank can be removed by removing the seat and unscrewing some bolts. If the engine needs some major repairing then the fairing can be removed by unscrewing bolts on either side.

As shown in the previous video of the same vlogger, the modification shop disclosed the price. They charge Rs. 1.7 lakhs to make these modifications. However, the price can increase based on the customer’s choices. For instance, the previous motorcycle in the previous video cost Rs. 2.2 lakhs. It takes at least 3 months to modify it.

Pulsar 220F

Moreover, it is important to know that such kinds of modifications are not allowed in India. If the person is questioned by the cops then the motorcycle would be seized because the changes cannot be mentioned on the registration certificate.

For further inquires and details, you can contact:

Bittoo Bike Modification

  • Address: Shop-59, Janta Market, Opposite Jhandewalan Devi Temple, Near Karol Bagh, New Delhi

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