Bulleteer Customs’ modified Royal Enfield Electra 350: Cafe Racers have devoted fans all over the world. They do not need to worry about cost-cutting or other methods that are typically seen in motorbike kinds with big sales volumes because the majority of them are built by luxury brands in India. Due of these factors, Cafe Racers are a preferred outcome of the majority of mod jobs in India.
This common illustration, which goes by the name Chief and is based on the Royal Enfield Electra, In Bulleteer Customs’ range, it belongs to the Bratrod series of motorcycles. Use of an orange tank on a black body is one of the best contrasting options for high-end bikes since it looks absolutely lovely.
Chief comes with 120mm front and 140mm rear tyres for a more muscular appearance, trimming both fenders for the benefit of larger tyres. Because spoke wheels would not have suited the character, they are utilising black alloy wheels. Rear disc addition increases stopping power even more.
The engine was painted a dark shade of black, and the rear has the customary high-positioned fender and long, ribbed seat. Now that the front suspension has rubber coverings, the handlebars are clip-on style and are mounted significantly higher for a more comfortable sitting position. Right now, a single instrument pod console is perched directly over the bespoke headlight.
The majority of the exhaust pipe is covered with heat shielding tape, and bespoke exhausts would improve power delivery and overall sound. For an even more upscale appearance, they used bar mounted indicators. The front disc brake and electric starter are standard equipment on the Royal Enfield Electra. It has a 346cc, single-cylinder engine with 20 HP and 28 Nm of torque at 5250 and 4000 rpm, respectively.
RE Electra 350 Key Specs
|Maximum Power||20 HP @ 5250 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||28 Nm @ 4000 rpm|
|Number of Cylinders||1|
|Number of Gears||5|
|Seat Height||800 mm|
|Ground Clearance||135 mm|
|Kerb/Wet Weight||187 kg|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||13.50 litres|
|Top Speed||100 kmph|