When Royal Enfield and Eimor Customs are combined, their respective followers get something extremely intriguing. This time, everything went better than before, and the creation was given the designation Royal Enfield Bullet Gunmaster G2.
According to the legend, the Bullet G2 was one of the most well-liked versions available in the United Kingdom in the 1960s. The original G2 was replaced with a custom-built scrambler, and the name was revived from that time period.
The motorcycle has a peanut gasoline tank, a single engraved seat, and chopped front and rear fenders, all of which serve as the motorcycle’s primary means of drawing attention on the road. The Black and Chrome engine finish is one of the nicest you can find in the market if you enjoy detailing.
The high-positioned unique exhaust will also aid in the rider’s comfort on unpaved surfaces. Even Eimor Customs was able to achieve higher ground clearance thanks to the suspension tweak.
A small circular lamp is mounted up front, and the inclusion of a front disc brake makes riding considerably safer under most circumstances. The front wheel is enormous and has a nice tyre at the end.
Although the rear rim is smaller, the wide tyre will help it maintain decent traction on any surface. While the brake lever remains on the left side, the rear brake is a drum brake. Even the gearbox has been replaced with a new one for improved performance when riding on a daily basis.
There are now three versions of the Royal Enfield Bullet: the Bullet 350, Bullet ES, and Bullet 500. The first two types’ 346 cc, single-cylinder engines provide 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm of torque.
If this seems insignificant, consider that the Bullet 500’s 499 cc, single-cylinder fuel-injected engine is capable of 27.2 BHP and 41.3 Nm of torque. The Gunmaster G2 is the best-looking rebuilt motorbike of its time because to its Emerald and Veridian Green body with silver leaf accents.