The Delhi based customizer, GM customs has come up with an unconventional rendition of Hero Xtreme that has been modified to resemble a Suzuki Hayabusa. Interesting, isn’t it? GM customs has done an exemplary work on the Hero Xtreme, giving attention to the minutest detail. Along with the custom bodywork, it also gets an aftermarket swingarm that supports the rear monoshoker, contrary to the regular model that comes with a twin shock absorber unit. While the telescopic front forks remain intact. Read – Hero Karizma Modified To Look Like Suzuki Hayabusa
Braking set up encompasses dual front discs one which provides energy to stop the bike, while the other unit is ostensibly added for the aesthetic appeal. At the rear end, there is a single functional disc brake.
Modified Hero Xtreme Picture Gallery
To further add to its visual appeal, the mod Hero Xtreme sports fat tyres wrapped with aftermarket alloy wheels. The digital instrument cluster and switchgear have also been retained from the stock model, while the Hayabusa logo on the handlebar clamp have been added by the customizer. Pictures & Details – Unbelievably Modified Bajaj Pulsars
Changes to this Hayabusa resembling Hero Xtreme are confined to the bodywork. That said, it continues propelling on the same149.2cc, four-stroke, single cylinder engine with 15.2hp at 8,000rpm and 12.8Nm at 6,500rpm used in the stock version. The engine is coupled to a five-speed constant mesh gearbox. For those not in the know, Hero MotoCorp had introduced a facelift of Xtreme back in 2014 that was eventually discontinued and was later replaced with Xtreme Sports.