The best talents are often left in the cold in the name of being amateur. Well, this December Bittoo Bike Modification, Delhi surprised everyone with their excellent work. They transformed a Bajaj Dominar 400 into Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R.
This customized model looked exactly like the Suzuki Hayabusa model, available throughout Indian markets. This creation came into light from Vamp Video which is a Youtube channel offering motorcycle customizations and reliable reviews.
How Effective is this Customization?
Introduced for the first time in 1999, Hayabusa became people’s favorite for its high-speed capabilities that were never seen before. People who admire mighty bike models like this one but find them unaffordable may find customization as a great option to ride a vehicle of their choice.
In fact, the customized bike has several additional features and differences, making it even better. It comes with a redesigned console and a revised handlebar. It seems to be a complete cosmetic surgery for the bike.
Most important is the overall detailing of the vehicle. Although this one was hued into red and silver as per customer demands, you may get a color of your choice for the one you ride. It has the same Hayabusa stickers; blackened alloy wheels, and newly added dual working disc brakes. There were also several changes in the tail light. Unlike the split for Bajaj Dominar 400, the modified model has an analog fuel gauge, and speedometer
However, despite all changes, Dominar 400 is mechanically unaltered with 373.3cc, 4-valve, triple-spark, DTSi engine along with a 6-speed gearbox. There are various modifications that can be adjusted according to requirements. For instance, consider the rear, offering exactly similar rear cowl like the original Hayabusa variant. The ones with the modified bike can be removed when needed.
Motoring enthusiasts have a great opportunity unfolding before them to pursue their interest in sports bikes way more affordably. These customized bikes lack no points in finishing and prove to be a great alternative.