The Bulleteer Customs Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 Graphite is yet another beauty. Getting something as unique as Graphite can make your day brighter for sure when you become tired of the common designs that sell in virtually endless numbers every year.
Additionally, a matching bike is a need on Indian roadways when one wants to flaunt certain distinctive identification qualities. Graphite demonstrates how easily one can transition from a conventional cruiser to a Harley Davidson Iron 883-inspired Bobber, all without significantly impacting your wallet or regular gasoline costs.
Similar peanut-shaped fuel tanks, dual exhaust outlets, and a significant adjustment in front and rear tyre widths are added to the graphite model. The comfy dual seats of the Thunderbird have been replaced with a single seat that has a ribbed surface and the thinnest appearance feasible for rides with a low stance.
They were able to maintain the Black and Chrome engine lines by using a Thunderbird 350, and the alloy wheels are aftermarket models with unusually broad surfaces to accommodate the enormous, grippy tyres on Graphite. While the back now has a thin LED stripe for brake warning purposes, the front lamp has been replaced with an LED circular headlight casing.
A 346cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces 20 HP at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm powers the Thunderbird 350. This engine is paired with a five-speed transmission. While the front suspension now has suspension covers for the ideal black appearance, the rear disc brakes were left in place for the best possible braking performance.
For maximum vibration absorption, the number plate holder was shifted to the left side while the foot-pegs remained in place. The exact cost of the alteration has not been disclosed by Bulleteer Customs, and the rear seat option on Graphite is also unknown. For improved rider comfort, the unique exhaust system includes heat shielding wrap.