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  • [Photo Feature]: Pulsar Mania - My pulsar REDEFINED.

    Hi guys,
    This is all about the Mods done to my Beast - Pulsar. (150cc UG3)
    I'm just crazy about my bike and of course Pulsar maniac indeed.

    MODS done:
    1.Custom made front fairing like the p220s with FZ headlamp unit.I think i'm the first ever to try this combination
    2.Paint job: Body parts in metallic silver & Alloy wheels, engine, chain guard and crash guard in matt black.
    3.Clip on 2 piece handle bar.
    4.Rear tail holder.
    5.Cut seats.
    6.Removed the mud flap on the rear tyre.
    7.Removed the saree guard.
    8.Sticker work.
    9.Number plate.
    10.Remote locking & theft alarm system.

    MODS waiting to be done:
    1.Rear tyre change to 120/80 17" Zapper vyde.
    2.Silencer.
    3.K&N filter.

    I'm posting few pics here which were taken after completing all the MODs mentioned.





    Below is my stock 150cc pulsar pic.



    Guys, i need your true comments about my mods
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    32.07%
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    Good
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    Average
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    Last edited by vr2131; 10-14-2010, 09:02 AM. Reason: Upgraded The Beast :-)

  • #2
    Topic Moved and Approved.
    :)

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    • #3
      pretty good,but FZ lamp+fairing=not a great idea! FZ lamp doesn't look good when fared,but the rest are good.
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      • #4
        An Rear Sets......Would have completed the Job

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        • #5
          nice job mate..!! looks good..!
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          • #6
            Remove d chain cover and leg guard it looks sexy
            PULSAR 180 DTSI- 2007
            PULSAR 220 DTS-FI - 2008
            PULSAR 220 DTSI - 2011
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            • #7
              Originally posted by truelypulsarian View Post
              Remove d chain cover and leg guard it looks sexy
              yep sure gonna remove the chain guard n put one like in p220s & Removing the leg guard is not a good idea cos it reduces the safety of my leg as well as the bike during accidents.

              Originally posted by rachitkohli View Post
              nice job mate..!! looks good..!
              Thanx dude
              Last edited by Aryan; 12-24-2009, 12:42 PM.

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              • #8
                Moderator Message.

                @vr2131: Please don't post comments consecutively; use multi-quotes, please.
                :)

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                • #9
                  Neat job. Why did u remove the bar-end weights?
                  If Carlsberg did bikes.......

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by iSCSI View Post
                    Neat job. Why did u remove the bar-end weights?
                    Cos dis clip on 2 piece handle bars doesn't have place to fit that :-(

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                    • #11
                      @vr2131 : Nice work bro, the modifications have really come out quite good ur Bike is looking Gooood
                      No Matter Whether Guys buy 220cc Pulsars or 350cc Royal Enfields,
                      It is used only to follow a 80cc Scooty Pep...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by vr2131 View Post
                        yep sure gonna remove the chain guard n put one like in p220s & Removing the leg guard is not a good idea cos it reduces the safety of my leg as well as the bike during accidents.
                        Put the leg guard of 220 it improves d looks aswell as safety also.
                        PULSAR 180 DTSI- 2007
                        PULSAR 220 DTS-FI - 2008
                        PULSAR 220 DTSI - 2011
                        SUZUKI GIXXER - 2015

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                        • #13
                          Looks good. But remove the engine cover and the stickers. A plain silver body with black engine and other parts will look much better. The quality seems to be good too. Congrats!

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                          • #14
                            1. Since, you are going for silencer change also, Why not change the Footpegs also?

                            The P220 footpegs are a direct fit on this, only the silencer has to be mounted on the right suspension's upper end ... (Like the KRP Delhi's Performance exhaust for Pulsar is mounted)

                            2. And Naked Chain cover you can take from Discover 135 Sports. It's plastic, so you can drill a hole in the front part using a hot screwdriver, like I did on my pulsar 180 UG3.

                            3. A Shorter OR no mudguard setup would be great. I saw a pulsar without mudguard and it was looking hott!

                            4. Personally speaking, get rid of the fairing and keep a FZ like naked setup bro. Not only will it lose weight, but also look great. Fairing+ FZ Lamp doesn't merge that good... just my opinions, don't mind.

                            Overall, a great job! Cheers bro!
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                            • #15
                              My advice is similar: Get rid of the engine fairing/ belly pan fairing. It kinda looks cheap and might reduce the cooling of the engine.

                              Rest of the work looks great. You are the proud owner of a unique machine. Congratulations

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