The Royal Enfield Himalayan is always praised for its appealing appearance and strong engine. However, ever since the 650cc twins were introduced to the market, consumers had been waiting impatiently for the twin-cylinder Himalayan. While the company has not yet disclosed its plans to introduce the Himalayan with a 650cc engine, the one shown here has been modified to receive a larger and more potent 822cc parallel-twin engine.
The brand is currently developing the brand-new Himalayan 450, which is anticipated to hit the showrooms in 2019. A new liquid-cooled gasoline engine will be installed in the new Himalayan 450. Auto Engine, a bike modification company based in Pune that specialises in hand-built motorcycles and various custom accessories for many Royal Enfield bikes and KTM 390 Adventure, however, is the maker of this modified Royal Enfield Himalayan.
A new custom engine crankcase sits on top of two BS3 410LS cylinder heads, which are the first modification on this new modified bike. This modifier has yet to provide additional information, such as the firing sequence and internals of the engine. The combined block will produce significantly higher power figures and now has a double displacement.
Parallel-Twin Royal Enfield Himalayan Power
Peak power and torque output figures for the Himalayan’s standard version are 24.6 PS and 32 Nm, respectively. It is also important to note that Autologue Designs will be in charge of the motorcycle’s design. This year’s Royal Enfield Rider Mania 2022, which is scheduled to take place in November, will feature this modified Royal Enfield Himalayan.
The modification house has not yet released the official information regarding this construction. A test mule for the company’s upcoming new Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 was recently spotted riding in the UK. Along with enhanced capabilities, this upcoming ADV bike will have a new design, modernised mechanicals, a new powertrain, better features, and stronger performance. Royal Enfield will soon be sharing more details about the upcoming Himalayan 450.