Bajaj Pulsar modification: Nine inexpensive accessories to make your bike stand out


  • Bajaj Pulsar range was quite the beginning of what instilled a hunger for performance in Indian riders at the mass market level. Ever since the first Pulsar 150 was launched in our market, the name has grown bigger and into a community of its own. While most Pulsar customers are happy with their stock motorcycles, there are some who yearn to make them better with aftermarket accessories or customisations. However, before you go ahead add these accessories to your bike, make sure they do not hinder its performance or safety. Here's a list of easily available accessories that are not so heavy on the pocket to make your Pulsar stand out. (Image: Techwheelz/for representational purpose only)

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  • Angel eyes have become quite popular with Pulsar users, especially the RS 200. Even if a customer is not keen on full customisation, the halo ring is a minimalistic add on that looks rather good. It is basically a ring of LEDs in the headlamp cluster that is available at a price of about Rs 1200. (Image: Amazon India)

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  • The idea of bar end mirrors may have cropped from dragster or bobber motorcycles. These are in fact easily available for Pulsars and while they enhance the look, they also take lesser space. A good pair will cost you about Rs 850 to 1500. (Image: Amazon India)

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  • Now onto an accessory that is not just meant to look good but serve a purpose. Fog lamps that would cost you about Rs 1500 will be a great way to enhance the ride experience in the unrelenting foggy days. (Image: Amazon India)

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  • Many motorcyclists opt for after market exhaust canisters for their motorcycles that add to the sporty appeal and may also deliver a better exhaust note. These are available at prices as low as Rs 2500 and extend to Rs 11,000, and higher if you go for better brands. You could also add bar end indicators that do look rather very good. (Image: Amazon India)

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  • If you happen to be interested in touring, there are some neat accessories in the market including luggage carriers and windscreens – long or short, transparent or tinted. (Image: Hindustan Motorcycles)

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  • Another touring accessory is a mobile phone holder for the handlebar, which would cost about Rs 500. Install one and never get lost on your trips! (Image: Amazon India) Also read: Royal Enfield modification: 12 accessories under Rs 10,000 to make your Bullet stand out

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  • Pulsar motorcycles have been a premium range and add another touch of 'premiumness' with a remote start, along with an alarm. The entire setup would cost about Rs 1500-2000. These are minimalistic additions to add some more flare to a Pulsar, however there is a lot more that can be done, for example custom alloy wheels, adjustable brake and clutch levers or you could have your bike redone by a professional motorcycle customiser. (Image: Amazon India)

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