Haldankar Customs’ Starlet began life as a RE Electra and through a minor redesigning process to achieve the desired custom bike appearance.
This time, they avoided making those significant frame modifications and instead adopted a more straightforward strategy to get the desired result. The motorcycle was completely disassembled before painting, which added to the intrigue with its distinctive hue and airbrush work on the fuel tank.
The fuel tank utilised in this instance is 20 litres, and other extras such a projector headlight, LED taillight, and rear backrest gave it a more upscale appearance than the basic Electra. To adjust the tyre sizes on both ends, the front and back fenders were modified.
With dual waterproof, detachable saddlebags, the cruiser vibe was further accentuated. The disc brake from the basic Royal Enfield Electra is kept, but the front suspension loses its cover.
The motorcycle’s spoke rims have been swapped out for 102 black and chrome-studded alloy wheels. The front wheel is 19 inches in diameter and has a 110 mm tyre on it, while the rear wheel is 17 inches and has a 140 mm broad tyre on it.
The bar end mirrors are positioned here, and the handlebar is stock. The motorcycle is available with a chrome leg guard, and for a more luxurious look, the engine is coated in black.
The 346 cc, single-cylinder engine on the Royal Enfield Electra 350 generates 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm of torque. It has a 5-speed transmission with a top speed of about 110 kmph. Since Starlet has a bespoke exhaust, it may even be able to attain a higher figure under actual driving circumstances.