R15 + R15 v2


R15 V2 Mud guard Tyre Hugger for old R15


Wel, this modd is just for my bike as i wouldn't suggest any of u to go for FZ bike swing arms and wheels anymore as the new r15 v2 entire rear is a direct fit for our old r15. YAYY :D !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anyway, I cant go for that as I have blown up a lot for this mod, hence thought I would mate a FZ tyre hugger with a R15 tyre hugger and volla.. the result above :P The new hugger is just clamped on to the old one (of course tightly) and the whole assembly on to the swinger arm.



R15 front fender mod SZ-X

If you guys have noticed super bikes, you would have seen the front fender has two allen key bolts holding the fender, so waned to do something like that to R15, hence started looking at all the bikes on the road for a month while I was on my way to office, It was then I saw Yamaha SZ-X. Its front fender was long enough for me to make another hole above the original existing one. Hence went to yamaha service station and bought the front fender of sz-x. make a few modification to the fender to fit on the r15, and made new two holes and fixed the grip and then on to the shocks.
Here are the photos below, you can notice the old one has just one screw and is shorter in length as compared to the new modd.





17th Aug 2013 - R15 front fender mod Pulsar 200 NS






I thought of deleting the below as I'm not gonna do any of it, but then... anyway let these photos below be here just in case..............................
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Probably will fix the new r15 v2 's front side fairing..................
or might get sum paint job done too..



64 comments:

  1. All look awesome dude. I love the last one more.
    Regards,
    Anish

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  2. dude which song plays in background? please send me the song please? its so good.

    Anish.Philip168@gmail.com

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  3. hey u hv photo shopped it rite?

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    1. yup. but not gonna do anythin above..

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  4. dude u r really amazing
    i own a blck r15 v2.0.i jst bought it recently.i want to mk some modifications.specially i want to put projector headlamps whch wl b vry pwrful.also tl me whch clr wl suit d best.i wud b grateful to u if u hlp me.tl me d costs also.if u cn den send me a modified pic of r15 v2.
    mail me in sadhu_anirban@ovi.com
    i wl b waitng fr ur rply

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    1. Hi,
      Hey you get ready made ones these days at JC Road.. they are better.
      So, dont do it yourself if u arent sure.. buy them..its about 4 to 6k...

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  5. dude....about the front fender, try cutting some part of it's front end, so it doesn't stick out so much....

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  6. wether 140/70 r17 will fit for r15 v2? plz reply

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  7. wether 140/70 r17 will fit for r15 v2? plz reply

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    1. 140 = tyre width
      70 - profile
      17 rim radius

      If you are talking abt the rear tyre Yes it will fit easily. Tyre width till 160 will fit for the v2's aluminium swing arm.
      140/70 will fit as well as 160/60.
      160/70 or 160/80 will touch the swing arm. So be careful while u buy the tyre.

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  8. cOol mOdificatiOn N cOol EditZ brO.

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  9. the picture above , is the v2 outer fairing and the one below that a straight fit to the v1 ??

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    1. yes its a direct fix.. but u gota change the inner fairing too

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  10. dude how much did the back assembly cost you? (Swing arm + Tyre assembly)

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  11. Hey Bevin, So far the best mods I've seen on an R15, Congrats!!

    I have a few question regarding your comment "new r15 v2 entire rear is a direct fit for our old r15"
    - Does it mean, if I want to change the swingarm+tire:
    * It will not require any welding or anything?
    * Need to buy Swingarm, rim & tire, chain(anything else)?
    * Any idea regarding the price of the above?

    Thanks in advance, it would be a great news for many! :)

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    1. yes dude aluminium swing arm is the same.. but u shud weld ur tail frame cos the swing arm will hit the frame of the tail. so the only welding is.. geting the frame of the tail higher up.
      costs would come up to around 19k

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  12. hey bro can u post ur video on youtube .........i would love to watch it ......thnx

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    1. sure :P would first wash it n stuff n then post a video k?
      i wana buy a saree guard for the v2.. but not available.. so aftr that sure i will.

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  13. hey dude awesome modification done !

    i need the White Odometer/Speedometer file if u cn help me out i can have them on my bike as well...!!!

    thanks,
    Gaurav

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    1. hi pls mail me for the odometer
      bevinabraham@gmail.com / yahoo.com

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  14. Spent an hour reading ur awesome mods there,Bevin.I am from Kolkata and I have a super cool looking White Fazer,bought it mainly coz I fell in love with the colour. Is it possible to change my speedo and tacho decal to something like urs? Also I would like to install the R15v2's rear disc brake as well as the tyre hugger on my ride.Hey,aren't u planning to change the rear brake light to LED? I'm also planning the same.Mail me @ ritesh_pyne@yahoo.co.in

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    1. Hey you have a Fazer, so even if u wanna make it white, i cant help you.. cos i dont have a fazer :P

      I lll tell u wat to do though :P

      Open the odometer casing.
      remove the black dial gently from the LCD display

      Go to a scanner
      take a scan of the Dial (make sure u dont change the measurements of the original image)
      Use photoshop to invert the colour (black becomes white)
      and add any coloured additional icons to it.

      Get it printed or cut on a vinyl or a HP Photopaper
      and stick it on top of the original dial and
      re assemble the whole odometer

      WOLAAAA

      white speedometer :D
      hope that helped

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  15. ur with no doubt 1 creative guy,,,i love ur mud guard idea, but yes again , u really ve blown up ur bike. its a dirt bike from rear below. anyway,,, u did try and that's what matters. cheers

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  16. If its posi to implement v2 rear parts wht bout da disc caliper ....old one can b used or u hav to buy da new one???

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    1. the old calliper wont fit on the alluminium swing arm. you will have to buy the new one + new disc.

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  17. awsme awsme auppper awsme modd dude.........

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  18. recently i bought R15 v2 red.......i wanna change the exhaust sytem....will u plz tell me hw mch it'll cost me???

    regards
    sakku

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  19. Thnx dude,

    Well there are so many exhaust baffles..
    I suggest you go to JC road, you will find one according to your need.
    It ranges from 900 to around 8k..
    If you buy a free flow ( your speed will get hampered )
    Buy an exhaust that has atleast min 1 split pipe inside the baffle..

    Cheers,
    Bevin

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  20. thanks alot buddy.
    plz post a video.or procedure that how do you assembled projector and osram bulb to ur r15
    .plz.
    aapudon@gmail.com

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    1. Hi,
      Havnt made a video yet, but if i open the headlamp next time.. i ll make one..

      Regards,
      Bevin

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    2. Bro i want know abt front fender of r15.
      I mean i have v2 ...and i need to change it.
      So plz sugest me how to fix 200ns fender.
      Does it really suit it well.?

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    3. Bro i want know abt front fender of r15.
      I mean i have v2 ...and i need to change it.
      So plz sugest me how to fix 200ns fender.
      Does it really suit it well.?

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  21. hey Bevin... Awesome modifications.. BTW could you please tell me whether a pirelli sport demon 150/70-17 rear tyre would fit on my R15 V2.0..?? looking to upgrade and yoour help would be highly appreciated! thanx in advance!

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    1. hmm.. 150- 70 -17 will fit.. but if the tyre gets punchured, it will hit against ur aluminium swing arm.
      Sorry for the late reply
      go for 150-60-17

      Regards,
      Bevin

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  22. Dude! How did you made fit rear tyre mud guard? I tried putting it to my R15 but its not looking good as you have made it. Suggest me in this!

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    1. Hi,
      Mine was fixed on a FZ swing arm (not R15 swing arm)
      FZ16 swing arm is broader, hence it fixed with ease.

      U try pulsar's mud guard for r15, the back one i mean.

      Regards,
      Bevin

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  23. dude fill frond fender of sz x really fit to it..
    what modifocation i have to do for it..
    what it will cost.

    plz reply

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    1. Hi,
      It will fit, but u have to chop many parts of it..
      If u want the superbike front look.. go for the new pulsar's NS front fender mud guard,
      It loooks way beter.. n less to chop from it.

      Regards,
      Bevin

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    2. thanks buddy.
      if ur planning to put pulsar ns fender plz make a video of it and inform me..

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  24. dude..how to make front twin disc brakes..plz post video yar....

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  25. dude..how to make front twin disc brakes..plz post video yar....

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  26. hi frnd i hv r15 v2 n i m planing to change its rear tyre bcz d origanal luks very narrow if i put 140/70 or 160/70 is it okkkk n will it afect on my pick up or avrge plz give me advise n tll me d bst tyre name also

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  27. hi.my name is sachin.i have R15 2.0 LE.i want to purchase angel eye will u able to help me?

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  28. hi.my name is sachin.i have R15 2.0 LE.i want to purchase angel eye will u able to help me?

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  29. Hi Bevin,
    will 110/80/17 tyre will fit in the front of R15 2.o front as I m going to fit 160/60/17 tyres in the rear also need ur help in front dual disc set up and can u pls provide the address or contact so that I may get flower petal disc....

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  30. How can u make it look like upside down fork ? Stickers ?

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  31. i want to know the maximum thickness (width + profile) of the tyre (front + rear) that an R15 version 2.0 can support easily , without any kind of problem. suggest me some affordable tyres.

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  32. how do u fix the extra disk on front and what is the process im big fan of urs plz tell me or call me:9885992343 praveen

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  33. how do u fix the extra disk on front and what is the process im big fan of urs plz tell me or call me:9885992343 praveen

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  34. Too good dude...you're awesome
    Love your modifications..
    But i have some questions. Please help..!
    can i fit r15 v2 tire in r15 v1 without any mod? If no what changes should i make?

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  35. hlo bro jst saw two disk plates in front wheeel on ur blog so what is the cost to make and will both disk work ?? also do let me know if i can get single sided swing arm for r15 v1.. reply me @ santosh.basnet.devil@gmail.com

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  36. hi bevin! I´m from Mexico!, bro please tell me if 150/70/17 will fit to my r15 v2?? and what about front tire??
    which is the max size tire can i put in my r15 v2 for front and rear tire without any problem??
    i´ll appreciate your opinion bro!

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  37. is it possible to install R15 v2 aluminium swing-arm in R15 v1 easily...
    if yes please tell the steps. and if No the WHY??

    Please Help me M in a great trouble.,....

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  38. Hi Bevin,
    I am interested to know whether a FZversion 2 speedometer can be fixed on my fz16 2010 model. I am planning to change it your reply will be highly helpful.
    Thanks and Regards,
    Ram

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  39. Hi bevin?
    Can I fit a yamaha winsdshield or dome better windshield to a pulsar 150 to give it a more sporty look ?

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  40. sir can you say where is a place to modife twin disc brack

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  41. Sir you install the fz swingarm had fit easily or some complications

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