Jedi Customs’ Royal Enfield Thunderbird Venom is absolutely outstanding. You are currently viewing the most straightforward method for transforming your Thunderbird into a powerful street vehicle. The majority of the parts utilised here were taken from other Royal Enfield motorcycles in India if you still felt that things would get difficult in the middle. The remaining were created with Venom in mind to ensure the best fit and finish. As Thunderbird has a large front and a smaller rear rim, the units used here measure equally, which restores the Royal Enfield’s dominant stance. For this ideal front attitude, the thicker forks from the Thunderbird were kept.
These rims have chrome spoke wheels in a basic black colour with a standard-sized Thunderbird disc brake on either end. Venom’s fenders are cut for the traditional high rider stance. The brand-new exhaust unit with the wrapped pipe blends in perfectly with the Thunderbird Venom’s matte black engine. Venom forgoes the Thunderbird’s well-known comfy seats in favour of a single, narrow seat with a flawlessly matched colour contrast that is modelled like a horse saddle. For maximum functionality, Jedi Customs has incorporated bar end rearview mirrors and LED front headlights.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird has two engine choices and essentially identical parts throughout. While the 499cc, single cylinder engine produces 27.2 BHP and 41.4 Nm of torque, the 346cc, single cylinder engine is capable of producing 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm. In comparison to the Thunderbird 350, the latter has fuel injection and is much more expensive. Other Indian motorcycles like the Classic and Bullet share both of these engines. This upgrade’s price was not disclosed. When riding on Indian streets, the Thunderbird Venom’s white hue looks clean and is sure to draw attention.