Under one name, the Royal Enfield Thunderbird Quick Silver Edition tells a tale of style, usefulness, and originality. The motorcycle, which was created by none other than EIMOR Customs, has the cleanest character a custom bobber could have. Eimor Customs has always employed a set of 110mm and 130mm tyres for the front and rear wheels, respectively. Due to the fact that both tyres serve two purposes, the motorcycle has a bold personality.
Its visual presence is further enhanced by the matte black front fender and standard chrome telescopic forks. Twin circular headlights with chrome rings on their outer sides replace the Thunderbird’s single round headlight. The front portion seems heavy on the tyre side and light on the components. Next is the bespoke gasoline tank, which is beautifully completed in a Silver hue with Black decals and a custom Royal Enfield moniker. On the Thunderbird Quick Silver, the tank remains stock.
The motorcycle’s dual seat was also swapped out for a plush, bespoke single seat. It has a high-end appearance and would undoubtedly make long journeys easier. The luggage carrier is supported on top by a unique rear fender that closely resembles the larger cruiser-style motorcycles from Indian and Harley-Davidson. The Thunderbird Quick Silver’s spoked rims are left in the dust as those enormous tyres are mounted on multiple spoke alloy wheels, leaving the spoked rims behind. Even a black leg protection is included.
There are two engine choices for the Royal Enfield Thunderbird series. Carburetor feeding the smaller 346cc engine, which generates no less than 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm of torque. The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission. A 499cc, single-cylinder engine with 27.2 BHP and 41.4 Nm of torque powers the larger Thunderbird. Even the Thunderbird Quick Silver uses a unique, dual-outlet, black exhaust. Unquestionably, it appears more upscale than the stock version.