Meet This Modified Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 ‘Arjuna’ By Jedi Customs

Meet This Modified Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 ‘Arjuna’ By Jedi Customs

Another Bobber has been released by Jedi Customs for their Indian customers. Based on a Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350, “Arjuna” portrays strength with light dynamics and a distinctive driving style. A closer examination of this Bobber’s parts, the majority of which have been replaced with parts other than those found on stock motorcycles, uncovers several unknown facts about the parts.

The length of the front and rear mudguards has been reduced, and they now carry more chrome-finished bars for a tighter fit. Arjuna’s fenders were painted in the same colour scheme as his engine components because he is a Thunderbird by birth. With fully visible telescopic forks, a vintage headlamp, an almost nonexistent instrument dashboard, and a modified handlebar, the front feels lighter than before.

For ideal riding dynamics, Jedi Customs maintained the stock wheel with a 280mm front disc brake. The fuel tank from the Thunderbird 350 was removed to make room for this teardrop-shaped bespoke tank with a golden finish reading Arjuna. Given that the entire motorcycle’s structure is visible to the viewer, it appears that weight reduction was a key component of this alteration. The exposed air filter and color-coordinated pieces add to Arjuna’s overall positive image.

The incredibly comfortable Thunderbird seat makes way for this single seat with classic bike styling, while Jedi Customs replaced the factory chrome exhaust with a black aftermarket unit. The rear disc brake was kept, but larger rubber was installed for increased traction in place of the factory rubber. The 346cc, single-cylinder engine in the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 generates 20 HP at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm.

Riders can claim a top speed of about 100–110 kmph with this engine’s 5-speed manual transmission when it is in stock condition. The Thunderbird 350 is renowned for being a touring-friendly vehicle, providing riders with a range of roughly 750 kilometres on a single tank of petrol. Arjuna is a distinct tale because it is more city-focused and has little portions but a big attitude for those who adore exclusivity.


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