Fans of Royal Enfield who merely like the all-black design of the Bullet 350 would feel particularly honoured after viewing this magnificent rendition by Aghori Customs. They put a lot of effort into bringing this attitude-filled Bobber out of the metal, working on a discarded Royal Enfield Bullet 350 with a right-side gearbox. Not only that, but it now functions well and can be driven for a unique driving experience. It carries too many black components, leaving no room for the motorcycle’s stock chrome accents on either side.
While all other parts are painted matte black, the gasoline tank, front fender, and rear fender are gloss black. Wide rubber ensures a masculine posture for this Bullet 350, and the rims even fit the dark mood of the motorcycle.
The single, long seat of the bullet is replaced with a round one, and the single, Classic-inspired seat takes the place of the square wheel arch at the rear. The enormous Royal Enfield standard gasoline tank has been replaced by a peanut tank by Aghori Customs.
The front fork tubes are the only chrome components visible here, and the bulky front fascia is removed to reveal a single round headlamp with a vintage appearance. The exhaust that is being used here is a short version that has been cut.
The 346 cc, single-cylinder engine that powers the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 currently produces 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm of torque. The gearbox on this unique motorcycle is a 4-speed unit, although the engine is linked to a 5-speed unit. The astounding sales volume of Classic 350 overtook Bullet 350.