The most distinctive Royal Enfield Classic 500 ever seen in India is being presented by FTC (Full Throttle Customs). For this usual variation, the word “Futuristic” would be appropriate. The motorcycle seems like it belongs in a sci-fi film set in the year 2100. Few things were made simpler than ever by being Classic 500. Because of their straightforward running dynamics, Royal Enfields offer hundreds of chances for modifications, thus cutting out the entire rear portion would have been a delight for Full Throttle Customs. With no rear fender or other extras, the Classic 500 is significantly lighter.
With a lighter front fender and black alloy wheels in favour of chrome spoke rims, weight savings are further increased. Now since they are designed for racing, the tyres will unquestionably aid in increasing grip levels. Although the front suspension remains stock, the choice of a matte black paint on the covers achieved the ideal synchronisation. The original headlight on the Classic 500 was replaced with this unique, theme-appropriate unit by Full Throttle Customs. Once we’ve finished examining all of these minute modifications, not to mention the new exhaust can’s stubby shape, the real thing will continue to appear familiar.
In order to provide the appearance of a missing fuel tank from certain angles, Full Throttle Customs used a standard current style frame. It has see-through points for a unique aesthetic and resembles the skeleton of a motorcycle that has been 3D printed. The FTC logo is also visible on both sides of the lower seat panel. In order to provide a comfortable ride, the rear springs were not replaced. The 499cc, fuel-injected engine on the Royal Enfield Classic 500 gives it a strong 27.2 BHP and 41.4 Nm of torque. The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission.