The stunning Chandigarh shows yet another amazing design, this time by Tarunpreet Singh, a mechanical engineering graduate from PEC. He turned his personal Royal Enfield Bullet 350 into a Scrambler, which appears to have significantly less weight than the Bullet 350.
He asserts that the bike incorporates parts from the KTM RC 390, RE Thunderbird, and possibly the RE Classic. In addition to this, the motorcycle also features a variety of special components.
The owner of Black Hawk faced numerous obstacles while working with Madhav Kad and Dilraj Singh Mand to finish his expensive possession. The motorcycle has a unique spherical LED headlamp up front, as well as USD forks and a front disc brake from a KTM RC 390. The back fender and exhaust on the Black Hawk have been removed. To replicate a rough horse saddle, the seat has also been cut.
After studying mechanics and systems for years, Tarunpreet proceeded to install a petrol tank in a RE Thunderbird and purchase tyres with thicker treads from Sec 21, Chandigarh.
Even painting the rims black for the genuine Black Hawk definition, the engine was powder coated and the paint job was accomplished. Both the pinstriping and the emblem were meticulously restored to preserve the legacy of RE.
Tarunpreet was disappointed when he received no job offers during the campus placement drive, but he is now glad that the time he was given was worthwhile.
Black Hawk employs the factory RE engine without any performance enhancements, and by chopping the rear end, the motorcycle’s number plate is now on the left side. Even the location of the bike lock is distinctive.
The owner wants to continue working on the bike in order to add a contemporary instrument console and even more amenities like a rear disc brake and ABS. He finished this project just one day before his birthday.