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Old 24th January 2007, 10:46   #1
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HI,

I want to modify my Pulsar-180 DTSi.
I want to replace the rear mud guard with a small one so that the rear wheel is visible from the back side of the bike. Also I want to remove the rear wheel hugger, which looks very bad.

Anybody knows a good bike modifier in chennai to do this?


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Old 24th January 2007, 11:49   #2
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why do you need a bike modifier for all this...
if i remember well the rear mudguard has two screws which can be removed by you...
also the rear wheel hugger has a two bolts on which can be easily removed....
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Joscollin if u are plniing on modifying the complete bike u need a modifier other wise just go to some spare part shop of a place where shorthandles and baileys are available u'll be guided there and gonecase i really like ur sig
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Yeah go to GP road and go to champion motors.

Also I suggest you get a progrip Tankpad (150 RS)



If your really interested I suggest you get philips crystal vision lighting for your bike, I use this too.

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HI,

I want to modify my Pulsar-180 DTSi.
I want to replace the rear mud guard with a small one so that the rear wheel is visible from the back side of the bike. Also I want to remove the rear wheel hugger, which looks very bad.
I think somebody had fiitted a yam R-1 rear mud guard in a pulsar... ..
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Old 24th January 2007, 20:39   #6
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If your really interested I suggest you get philips crystal vision lighting for your bike, I use this too.
hay buddy, how is crystal on your bike? how much is light improved.? did it go with the same bulb holder?
wondering if i can fit one on my bullet..
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^^if your bullet has p43t type halogen/bulb holder its a straight fit.
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Old 31st January 2007, 03:46   #8
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ya it will definitely fit!! its good.. will be really bright on ur bike
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