When it comes to making precise changes to regular motorcycles in India, Inline3 Custom Motorcycles is without a doubt one of the best artists in the world. They have their Tony 535 back, and this time, there are some important participants in the fusion. Fans would adore to know that Tony is prepared using ingredients from three of the most well-known brands in the nation. They are KTM, Yamaha, and Royal Enfield.
The goal was to create something that would carry the tradition of each of these brands, and it had to be based on the most well-liked Yamaha chassis. The final foundation for the building of Tony is the Deltabox frame, which supports the renowned Yamaha R15. In addition to the same, KTM is used for performance components like front suspension and brakes.
The final anguish was dealt when they began seeking for a good Royal Enfield 535cc Continental GT engine, as the maker recalls. Once they had one, they began developing the mounts needed to secure it to the Yamaha chassis. While the KTM WP shock was being installed inside the Deltabox frame, the swingarm was purchased from Thunderbird.
After correcting everything on Tony, a bespoke fuel tank design was chosen, and the British Racing Green theme was completed. The Royal Enfield engine utilised here features forged Wossner pistons, performance valves and cams, and a power commander ECU from Hitchcock Motorcycles in the UK. The engine performance was improved to fit the needs of this incredibly practical chassis.
Tony is actually a mean, slim, skinny, and entirely performance-focused individual because Inline3 never supported adding unnecessary components to enhance the machine’s aesthetics. The engine’s custom-made parts produce a maximum power of about 34 HP. They had the opportunity to display the same at “The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show” in Texas, but they were unable to do so because of visa complications.