Grewal Customs recently transformed a Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 into an Iron 883-like vehicle. The motorcycle, now known as Three-Fifty, has a brand-new attitude that is evident from its peanut tank, which is finished elegantly in Gold-Shaded Orange paint.
Three-Fifty benefited greatly from being a Thunderbird because it received the factory model’s black-finished engine bay and extra-comfortable footpegs. On this motorcycle, the factory Royal Enfield exhaust has been upgraded to be even louder. The motorcycle’s pillion seat is missing, but the rider seat is still there.
On Three-Fifty, alloy wheels with Black and Chrome stripes were utilised because stock spoke rims would not have been a viable choice for this motorcycle with a dark motif. Custom headlights and an elegant instrument console complete the look. Given that these are the greatest components available from all other conventional RE bikes, Grewal Customs left the stock suspension in place at both ends.
The 346cc, single-cylinder engine on the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 generates 20 PS at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm. The engine has a 5-speed gearbox and a top speed of 120 kmph on a stock motorbike, according to the manufacturer.