The ability to customise the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 made it a favourite among Indian modifiers. The motorcycle has a tonne of equipment and can be perfectly shaped to fit your preferred body type. Karma, a customised Thunderbird 350 with the fewest components from the source bike and its own attitude, is the focus of this tale. Puranam Designs has made a concerted effort to preserve its distinctive nature through the motorcycle’s excellent design and even enticing paint job.
Although the motorcycle is not intended to have a retro feel, its dark brown paint job and historical designs, which were last seen in royal palaces, give it a distinctive appearance all of its own. The custom-built Bobber has wide tyres, black-finished front and rear wheels, a floating saddle, and a single seat that is as small as humanly feasible. For effective braking, the fenders have been removed but both disc brakes have been left in place. The custom elevated exhaust is finished in Chrome, while the engine portion is finished in Black.
The fuel tank for the Thunderbird 350 Karma is specially made with enough for the two pod instrument console in between. The component is unchanged from the standard motorcycle. Even the front headlamp, which is encased in a coordinating paint job and comes from an unnamed SUV, has a distinctive quality. This unique modification job is wonderfully completed by the bar end mirrors. 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm of torque can be produced by the basic motorcycle. Karma’s lightweight design will enhance its performance.