Modified Royal Enfield Classic 350 gets a subtle upgrade from Eimor Customs
While we admire extensively done modifications, it is no secret that owners may run into trouble with the authorities. Keeping that in mind, folks at Eimor Customs have given a Royal Enfield Classic 350 a subtle styling makeover. Let's have a look at this stunning Royal Enfield Classic bullet 350 modified model.
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For starters, this Royal Enfield Classic bullet 350 model retains all the stock parts. The fascia continues to feature the factory-installed headlight and blinkers. The cockpit retains the stock instrument console and the standard handlebar. However, if you look closely, the entire motorcycle has been given a stealthy look with black treatment to the fork covers, wire-spoke wheels, headlight mask, blinker mounts, engine cover, and exhaust pipe among others. The limited chrome on the motorcycle is seen around the instrument console, fuel filler cap, springs under the rider seat, and the rear springs.
The fuel tank gets a visual upgrade in the form of a custom hand-paint design, although it retains the black colour, thus avoiding the need to upgrade the registration certificate. The saddle retains the split style design but the new covers give it a more appealing look than the stock seats. The sub-frame, rear fender, taillight and blinkers' design has remained untouched.
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The engine specifications or the stock exhaust has not been altered either. Thus, the 346 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, Twinspark engine with a carburettor continues to deliver 20.07 PS at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm and is liked to a five-speed transmission. The hardware continues to feature a disc brake at the front and a drum unit at the back. The motorcycle in the photographs is the non-ABS version of the Classic 350.
Shock absorption tasks are performed by telescopic forks at the front and twin-sided rear springs. The exhaust may look different from the standard motorcycle, but that is because the heat shield has been removed and it has received a black paint.
The modification done by Eimor Custom isn’t too flashy or loud. Its subtlety makes the modified bike easy on the eyes and the detailed design on the fuel tank lend it an appealing look.
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Royal Enfield is working on the BS-VI compliant range that should debut early next year. The spy shots have shown updated range several times, revealing finer details such as revised engine layout, repositioned drive chain and rotary style switches among other changes. This motorcycle is a good example of a Royal Enfield Classic bullet 350 modified model.
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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 modified into a classic inspired from World War era
With retro in vogue, motorcycle enthusiasts are pushing the envelope to create truly unique and fascinating machines. In one such modification project, Royal Enfield Electra (which has now been renamed to Bullet) has received a complete makeover and is transformed to look like The Flying Flea of the 1940s.
The 125 cc Flying Flea or Royal Enfield WD/RE was manufactured at the time of World War II. Used by British War Office, Flying Flea was a lightweight bike that could be carried in gliders or dropped from a parachute. It was primarily used by troops to pass messages and signals at locations where radio communication was unavailable.
To achieve the Flying Flea look, a number of modifications have been carried out on Royal Enfield Bullet 350. One of the most prominent changes is at the front, where the standard telescopic forks have been replaced by a girder-type suspension. The unit comprises dual converging rods at both sides with a single spring at the centre performing the suspension duties. To accommodate the girder suspension, headlight has been pushed forward and speedometer has been placed on top. Ammeter and high-beam/low-beam switch have been mounted on top of the headlight unit.
Another important modification that has helped achieve the retro look is the classic flat seats and saddle bags. These are made from leather and come with rugged white stitching. Both are done in maroon colour, which matches the paint colour on the body.
Other key modifications include custom exhaust unit with shark fin tip, teardrop tank with increased fuel capacity, gloss black finished spoke wheels and engine, and broad and comfortable handlebars. Aural experience has also been elevated with the custom exhaust unit. It has a throaty, pulsating tone, which seems better than the stock version.
Original Flying Flea utilized a 125 cc engine and had a small, simplistic profile. As modified Royal Enfield Bullet continues using the 346 cc engine, it looks a lot beefier than Flying Flea. According to the bike modifier, it takes an average of around two months to complete such customization projects. Assistance is provided to get necessary approvals for modifications from RTO, wherever possible.
Heavily Modified Royal Enfield Bullet: Eimor Customs knows how to make a motorcycle look extraordinarily outstanding and this time, they have built a Royal Enfield Bullet that’s highly inspired from Indian Chief and looks multiple times expensive than its actual cost of completion. Known by the name ‘Chariot of Balabhadra’, this iconic motorcycle is inspired from the green chariot of Lord Krishna’s elder brother.
The inspiration source is clearly Indian Chief as the extended fenders and curvy tank design cannot be found on most motorcycles of this generation. The overall length of the motorcycle has been stretched by 4 inches, making it look more genuine and into the character of big cruisers. The stance is made so neat on the motorcycle that the rider will never feel anything less than a perfect cruising partner.
The section that starts right after the end of fuel tank is very neatly covered with custom made panels on both the sides. The exhaust remains single sided while the stock unit has been replaced with something more exciting than ever. It uses a single pod instrument console and very neatly finishes major components in chrome. A simple chrome leg guard is also available on the right place.
Balabhadra’s chariot also uses a single seat that’s quite low and comfortable for riders of all height. The motorcycle comes with a custom installed front disc brake and keeps the spirit of spoked rims alive in its built. The headlight stays simple round unit with halogen bulb while the front suspension is seen here without the traditional Royal Enfield covers.
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Fully modified bullet standard 350
- February 24, 2020
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- Price : ₹140,000.00
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The custom shop has given new wider handle bar which is positioned higher to give a comfortable riding position. The foot pegs are carried over from stock bike along with single pod instrument cluster
Dhana Stickers is an automotive customization shop based in Chennai. They focus on giving custom paint job and wrapping for two wheelers. In the latest project, they turned a Standard 350 into a Royal Enfield Classic with some modern touches. The change starts with headlamp which gets LED lamps instead of standard bulb and they are blackened for an aggressive look.
The indicators are also given same finish along with new mudguard which comes from Classic model. Dhana Stickers replaced regular forks with telescopic forks which also come from Classic 350. The fuel tank is carried over from the stock bike but they have given rubber protectors on either side of the tank. The fuel tank and other body parts are finished in orange colour.
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The custom shop has given new wider handle bar which is positioned higher to give a comfortable riding position. The foot pegs are carried over from stock bike along with single pod instrument cluster. Dhana Stickers has given new crash guard which is surrounded by nylon rope. The stock seat of Standard has been replaced by Classic seat which is lower and wider.
The rear suspension of Standard is again replaced by Classic suspension. The entire tail piece section of stock bike is taken out and instead they have given the same tail section of Classic series. The custom shop has given alloy wheels which get black finish at both front and rear as it goes well with the overall look of the bike.
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The engine appears to be carried over from stock bike as the Standard 350 is powered by 346 cc single cylinder engine producing 19.8 hp of power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. This engine is mated to 5 speed gearbox. The custom shop has given disc brakes at front and rear which might come from other Royal Enfield bikes. The cost of this modification is not yet revealed by the custom shop.
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