Modified Bajaj Pulsar 150 | Beast Motors “B3.1” Project.

Bajaj Pulsar 150

If you're a big fan of small motorcycles that have gone big, then you've got to check out this Bajaj Pulsar 150 modified bike. When we mention big, we're not talking about body kits, wide tires, or paint jobs, we're talking about small engines that have been pumped up for more horsepower and torque.

Shubham Pramod Banginwar, the founder of Beast Motors Private Limited, has modified a Bajaj Pulsar 150 motorcycle, transforming it into the famous "B3.1" that we're about to reveal its specifications in details. Shubham has worked on several projects during the past three years. However, the "B3.1" grabbed our attention in particular. Are you looking forward to knowing why? Carry on reading....

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Bajaja Pulsar 150 Engine Upgrades.

For starters, the engine's capacity has been increased to reach 168 ccs. The "new" engine now has 18 Bhp. of raw power and 16.5 Nm of torque (instead of 13.8 Bhp & 13.2 Nm).

As you can guess, those modifications also affected the motorcycle's acceleration; the modified Bajaj Pulsar 150 can go from 0 to 100 km/hr in less than 7.5 seconds. Moreover, the motorcycle can hit the 132 km/hr top speed.

Beast Motors claim that their usage of iridium parts along with modified air filter and exhausts has affected the overall performance significantly. It's worth to mention that the modified Pulsar 150 still has a mileage of 68 Kmpl after the upgrades.

Words on the Indian streets say that  250 cc motorbikes shouldn't mess with the new "B3.1".

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Other Modifications.

Weight reduction has been taken into consideration while modifying the Bajaj Pulsar 150.

Its current weight is 136 kg. This modification makes sure to keep a very reasonable engine to weight ratio for the new "B3.1".

Also, some final touches have been added to the motorcycle; those include a custom cage that has positioned under the front seat, a front windshield, and red tank shrouds. Last but not least, the team have used an independent tire hugger for the modified motorbike.

Front LED lights have been added for an improved visibility, extra cushion installed in the rear seat for more comfort and wider tires have been used for enhanced stability.

Beast Motors has legally registered this modified bike. Seriously though, what else can you possibly need in a Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc modified motorcycle?

Here's a list to all of the modifications that have been performed to the Pulsar 150.

Upgraded Displacement – 168cc.

Maximum Power –  18 Bhp.

Torque – 16.5 Nm.

Top Speed- 132 kmph.

0 to 100 kmph – 6.5 to 7.5 secs.

Mileage – 68 kmpl.

Exhaust – Free Flow Muffler.

Intake – Free Flow Air Filter.

Fuel System- Re-tuned and upgraded Carburetor.

Spark Plug Material changed to Iridium Alloy.

High-Quality Bore Chrome Plated.

Front Suspension Spring Heat Treated.

Gear Changer Spring Heat Treated.

Sound – 80 Db.

Even though we couldn't spot any upgrades regarding the braking system (since more power has been added to the motorcycle), yet the "BS.1" definitely stands out from the crowd and has tons of upgrades and modifications. Would you go on a test ride with this new masterpiece?