Sahil was pursing his engineering degree in Mechanical stream when he visited us and wanted to build a café racer. He had an old pulsar with him and wanted to use that as a donor platform. His goal was to make a build as clean as possible and showcase the frame. Being from a mechanical background Sahil was a quick learner and built most of the parts in this project. The subframe was customized to attain that café racer line, a custom fuel tank and rear cowl following the same. To keep the frame, clean the battery was installed in the rear cowl. The rear brake set up was upgraded to disc brake. Rubber boots, a round old school headlight, clip-ons and biltwell grips to complete the front end. Performance k&n air filter, head-shaving and a free flow exhaust were installed to give it a power boost. The build is wrapped in red, white and black and called MISFIT.