The Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350, which is incredibly comfortable, has never felt this big in its whole life. Black Buck is a unique tourer with more wind protection than other cruisers in India thanks to improvements done on a standard motorcycle by Eimor Customs.
Since Eimor has worked tirelessly to make Black Buck a class-leading machine, amateur eyes cannot even deduce the identity of the donor bike from these photographs. They just raised the motorcycle up on its front 19-inch and rear 15-inch spoked rims, which have enormous wheels. The Black Buck footprints are designed for excellent grip levels and are wider than ever.
The usage of a bagger-style front fairing to surround the factory projector-studded headlamp is the piece that most impresses. It not only accentuates the bike’s enormous appearance but also the usage of enormous front and rear fenders. A distinctive 17 litre gasoline tank with a dual tone paint finish enhances the curved body shape.
The body paint on the centre part is matte black with a gloss red finish. Although there is only one comfy seat, mounts for the back seat were preserved for pillion use as necessary. One more aspect distinguishes the Royal Enfield Black Buck as a typical RE modification.
A four-pod console will also be given to you! In addition to this modification, Eimor Customs has added a music system to improve each rider’s voyage. For the “Black Buck” vibe, the chrome components on the engine compartment were further polished in black.
This exhaust is entirely black as well. The 346cc, single-cylinder engine on the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 generates 19.8 BHP at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm. The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission. Black Buck will likely weigh more than 200 kg due to its additional fairing, enormous fenders with an eagle in the front, and enormous tyres.