The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is currently the most popular motorcycle in its class, outselling all others that cost more than INR 1 lakh. Not only that, but the Classic 350 manages to sell more units than certain well-known sport series motorcycles while costing INR 1.40 lakh. For Mr. Sachin, ParPin’s Garage modified this standard Classic 350 Matte Yellow Edition to include a brand-new Matte Yellow paint job on the fuel tank. The Classic 350 has undergone the adjustments listed below.
They left the engine unpainted, finished the bespoke exhaust in black, and left the engine bay in factory shape. The exhaust, however, retains its factory appearance but has a smaller can and a larger outlet pipe. A large leg guard, broader handlebar, and headlight cluster in Matt Black are added at the front. Even the front fork covers are matte black, and the middle of the fender has silver accents with the RE logo.
The spoked wheels from the vintage 350 have been swapped out for this special set of alloy wheels. The front wheel has the same enormous rim size as the rear wheel but a smaller unit with a 140 section TVS tyre. The Classic 350’s rear end has been cut, and an extra wide custom fender has been added. Now a single seater, the motorcycle is brimming with attitude from every direction. The circular rearview mirrors were preserved in their original state.
The 346 cc, single-cylinder engine on the Royal Enfield Classic 350 generates 20 PS at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm. The motorcycle’s factory max speed is claimed to be between 110 and 120 kmph, and the engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission. It weights 192 kg, which is a lot because the BS4 update made the bike slightly heavier. The motorcycle is even available in Redditch Edition with a Red, Blue, and Green fuel tank when it is in standard condition. Due to Yellow’s exclusion from the Classic range, ParPin’s Garage’s usual Classic 350 appears even more distinctive.