Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Modified Into Ducati Panigale V4 Superbike

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Modified Into Ducati Panigale V4 Superbike

The Ducati Panigale V4 is one of the most popular bikes among speed lovers. However, it’s not easy to afford. Therefore, a guy thought of turning his Bajaj Pulsar RS200 into his favourite Panigale V4.

This mini Ducati boasts a bunch of cosmetic as well as functional tweaks. A major portion of the original fairing has been replaced with bespoke panels. Here we have a walkaround video by the Youtube channel "v3_valtor."

Speaking of the alterations to the Pulsar RS200, some key elements are added, such as dual headlamps, blacked-out windscreen, underbelly exhaust and a rising tail section, whereas to offer it a true track-ready silhouette, some body parts are eliminated as well, which are the rear-view mirrors, rear tyre hugger and tail section.

Some of the stock parts are retained also, like the fuel tank. In terms of appearance, the modified bike closely resembles the Panigale V4 thanks to the components like the front fender, headlamp cowl, side panels, and seat design.


Furthermore, graphics are used to a great extent on this mini Ducati bike. For instance, a major portion of the fuel tank and side panels are emblazoned with the word "Panigale" in enormous letters.

It's done in a light grey tone, which stands out against the blue-black primary motif. Just underneath is the "V4" inscription in a black hue. In the lowest area of the side fairing, you can see the 'Ducati' lettering in bold. 

While the Panigale V4 comes in a dual-tone red-black colour scheme, the modified RS200 mini Ducati comes in a blue-black colour scheme. This variant is much more appealing than the original. In addition, the bike sports wider racing tyres for ideal grip and tracking capabilities.

The modifier has updated the telescopic front forks to Ohlins NPX 25/30 electronically controlled pressurised front forks and a single-sided swingarm suspension at the rear. No engine and braking system upgrades have been noted, though.