Kapidhwaja is a motorcycle that pays equal attention to detail while keeping things as unique as possible. You must have seen hundreds of modified Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 motorcycles. The only place where the motorcycle’s distinctive shade of red can be seen is on the peanut-shaped gasoline tank, which is both physically and aesthetically smaller than the original one. For the ultimate finish, all other components have been either left black or polished with brass highlights. The suspension and exhaust pieces have chrome features that are easily seen, drawing attention to them as well as the wheel style and lower engine section finish.
The gasoline tank has the numeral four (4), and the seat here has a modified backrest for the pillion and improved lower back support for the rider. Here, a bespoke Swagman exhaust with a more pleasing tone than the factory unit is being used. A bespoke rear fender with support for a bigger back tyre is being used by EIMOR Customs, along with handlebar grips that match the tail light’s brass finish. Dual purpose tyres and disc brakes are now available at both ends, providing an excellent riding and braking sensation. Every piece of brass that is seen here has a bespoke etching, just like the motorcycles made by the modification.
The motorcycle’s many pods are swapped out for a single pod in the cruiser fashion. A projector headlamp is standard on the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350, but the Kapidhwaja has an LED front headlight and two additional fog lights mounted on the enormous leg protection. Even the gasoline tank cover is particularly stunning because to the bespoke etching and brass finish. This seat has the ideal amount of ribs for a pleasant ride. The 346cc, air-cooled engine that powers the Thunderbird 350 generates a whopping 28Nm of incredible low-end torque in addition to 20HP of maximum power. The engine is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission.