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    hi
    i have just started stunting
    i want to install some safety cage on my bike
    its pulsar 200 old model
    and yeah i want some tips about that
    you pro guys plz help

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      Rip off fiber parts of your pulsar and get a stunt cage manufactured from local welding worker.
      You'll also need 12 bar.

      Get in contact with local stunting groups and start practicing with them.

      Don't practice alone ,Use proper riding gears ,Avoid street stunting


      check out the image I have attached here.
      You can get idea how to get it manufacture .
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      • #4
        thanx for replyin
        but the bar you have just shown?
        wount it be like short means would it protect my gear lever and handle both ?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by vishtomar View Post
          thanx for replyin
          but the bar you have just shown?
          wount it be like short means would it protect my gear lever and handle both ?
          Remove the fairing andget ur swingarm shortened a little. Will help pop the front easily. Keep rest of the bike stock for now.
          Dont even think about wheelie bar for now, instead install Discover's rear grab-rail. Will do wonders for you.
          Remove the Pulsar 200 gear shifter and instead install P150's gear shifter (the one with both heal and toe shifter). Otherwise a crash will always break ur footrest and will leave ur bike stuck in single gear and prevent you from practicing till you get a new footrest. P150 shifter will ensure you can practice even after a crash .
          U can weld a cage starting from leg guard connecting to the mid of ur chassic near carburetor. Best is to get innovative and build your own cage.
          Street racing is for Squids trying to make up for their small equipment

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          • #6
            Dear Friend
            is this stunt cage Fit-able for Pulsar 200 NS ?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by gauravsham View Post
              Dear Friend
              is this stunt cage Fit-able for Pulsar 200 NS ?
              Yes, you can build a cage for any bike. In case of NS you can build one that starts from Leg-guard and goes till the chassis part near footrest. Makes a very good build for stunting
              Street racing is for Squids trying to make up for their small equipment

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              • #8
                Re: installing new parts on pulsar 200

                And dont forget the frame sliders for rearside and also for front forks.....for your handle get sliders at bar ends.

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