It’s still not clear if the recently launched TVS Apache RTR 200 4V will get a full fairing from the factory or not, but some dealer from Indonesia is quick to respond with a custom built, one-off example. The extensive modifications include a full fairing that wouldn’t look too off on a Suzuki motorcycle, while its colour palette includes shades of burgundy, green and white. The fairing carefully envelops the standard TVS’s headlamp, the stock frame and the tail lamp, but comes across as a bit crude.
Other mechanical updates include a twin-disc brake setup up front, an aftermarket exhaust canister and shields for the front telescopic forks. Even the box-section steel swing arm is shaded in burgundy. Modifications to the engine, if any, are unknown, so it’d be assume that this modified Apache runs on the same 197.75 cc 4-stroke, oil cooled, 4-valve single cylinder engine. The engine generates peak power of 20.2 bhp at 8500 rpm and a max torque of 18 Nm at 7000 rpm. The fairing will also add a considerable amount of weight, pushing the stock motorcycle’s 149-kg weight by a few extra kilos.