Meet The Admec Customs’ Royal Enfield Electra Bobber

When it comes to their intact authenticity and the improved design language coexisting together, modified Royal Enfields are the talk of the town. A particularly eye-catching alteration is the 2010 Royal Enfield Electra, which has been given a bobber-style exterior. Admec Customs in Gujarat carried out the customization and provided the stock machine with a combination of red and black colour scheme that further complemented the bobber profile.

Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber

The motorcycle now has a circular halogen headlamp unit on the front fascia, and the front telescopic forks have been given a longer stance by the modifications. The Royal Enfield Thunderbird’s 180mm travel front forks were used in the 41mm front forks.

The motorcycle’s rear sports a significantly bigger 160/70-R17 tyre, and the rear suspension is handled by Paioli shocks that were removed from a Continental GT. Additionally, wider brackets that have been specially designed for the wider tyres now house the front forks.

Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber

Ralco 140/60-R17 tyres mounted on KTM rims have been installed in place of the OEM motorcycle’s front tyre. Callipers from ByBre are used in the front disc brake system. The motorcycle’s handlebar unit features a single-pod instrument cluster that was taken from the donor model, and the modified model incorporates Moxi adjustable levers. Its distinctive feature is further enhanced by the inverted wing mirrors mounted on the handlebar.

Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber

Admec Customs used a replacement gasoline tank for the Royal Enfield Electra Bobber that they obtained from Thunderbird motorcycle trash merchants. The toolbox has a white colour scheme with the number “45” scrawled on it, while the rear mudguard and the gasoline tank unit have the red and black colour scheme.

Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber

Other than this, the engine on the basic bike hasn’t undergone any mechanical modifications. The 346cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that powers the modified Royal Enfield Electra Bobber continues to produce a maximum of 19.8 Bhp at 5250 rpm and a maximum torque of 28 Nm at 4000 rpm. The engine is still connected to a 5-speed transmission. Admec Customs can deliver the motorcycle in just 15 days for a total customising cost of INR 60,000.

Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber
Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber
Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber
Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber
Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber
Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber
Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber
Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber
Meet The Admec Customs' Royal Enfield Electra Bobber

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