Built for a client (Eric S. Tonsing) with the same last name, Carbon SS “Tonsing” was Bulleteer Customs’ first-ever “Sports Bobber.” It has an amazing posture that could put some real-world performance to shame.
It was based on a Royal Enfield Electra 350, but until its registration was thoroughly investigated, it was impossible to guess. With the exception of its own 346 cc, air-cooled motor, every component of the basic motorcycle has undergone extensive modifications.
A peanut fuel tank that is rather tall is now mounted on the Royal Enfield’s frame. The rear suspension mounts are located at the end of the single, thin saddle that replaces the extra-long Royal Enfield seat.
The rear wheel of the Carbon SS is very massive, while the front alloy wheel appears to be from the KTM Duke series. The headlight is a straightforward round unit with a halogen bulb, while the front forks are traditional telescopic models with rubber covers. The small handlebar makes moving about even easier, and the rear LED light is striking from every perspective.
For the twin-cylinder aesthetic appearance, the black-finished engine also has a second empty output pipe in addition to a working exhaust. Additionally, the back fender has been cut off to show off the Carbon SS’s enormous rear tyre.
A standard RE Electra 350’s engine can produce 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm of torque. For the rear end, Bulleteer Customs developed a unique swing-arm. For the most braking power possible, both disc brakes were left intact.