On the custom Karizma, the stock fuel tank and seat section were removed to make room for this lovely curving tank and flat cafe racer seat. Right in the middle of the back wheel, the motorcycle’s taillight comes to an end.
On the motorcycle, the conventional tyres are replaced with sizable dual purpose tyres, and both wheels are available with disc brakes. A larger monoshock is used in place of the dual shocks. Rear swing arms were replaced and constructed to match the character of the front Girder forks.
Through its exquisite design, Hero Karizma Cafe Racer by Mean Green Machines appears to be nothing less than a premium concept. The motorcycle’s engine is the only feature that suggests it might be a Karizma; otherwise, it looks like something out of a Hollywood science fiction film.
The Mumbai-based modder used a unique front suspension and rear swing-arm to lengthen the motorcycle’s wheelbase. Here are the specifications for this rare machine called the “Sliver 225.”
For this superbly constructed motorcycle, Mean Green Machines employed a bespoke exhaust. Compared to the stock unit, the low-placed unit is lighter and even more efficient.
A 223 cc, single cylinder engine that produces 19.2 BHP at 7500 rpm and 19.35 Nm at 6000 rpm is the standard powerplant for the Hero Karizma. Although you can speak with the customizer directly to find out how much their product will cost, the engine performance values for the same are not available.