TVS Apache RR 310 customised with BMW HP4 Race livery and stock exhaust has been replaced with Kawasaki Z800 exhaust worth Rs. 1.18 lakh
BMW HP4 Race is one of the most expensive bikes in the world and it is limited to just 750 units. The HP4 Race gets lots of advanced technologies to improve performance and it will always be a dream bike for enthusiasts. If you can’t own then the next best thing to do is to make your bike customized to look like it.
This is what the owner of this particular Apache RR 310 has done as he has given HP4 Race livery on it and the work he has done is really good. As seen on N. I. John’s YouTube Channel, the base colour of this customized Apache is white like the original one and it gets a black colour theme on the front fender and lower part of the fairing along with HP4 sticker on it.
TVS and Apache logo have been replaced by BMW logo to make it look the original one. The rear fender along with indicators and number plate holder has been removed to give a sporty look. The only mechanical change on Apache RR 310 is the stock exhaust has given way for Kawasaki Z800 sourced exhaust, which cost Rs. 1.18 lakh.
The owner has kept the bike stock and the design goes well with the new HP4 Race livery. The Apache RR 310 is the third product to come out of BMW and TVS partnership. The front gets dual LED headlamps with a big visor and the fairing design is also unique. The performance bike comes with split seats and rear get LED tail lamp.
The handlebar is a clip-on type and foot pegs are rear set, but the riding position is not committed like RC 390 as TVS has found the perfect balance between sporty and aggressive. The front get upside down forks finished in golden colour and rear get mono suspensions.
TVS Apache RR 310 is powered by 312 cc, reverse inclined single cylinder engine producing 34 PS of power at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm of torque at 7,700 rpm. This engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and the top speed is 160 kph. The braking duties are done by 300 mm petal disc at front and 240 mm at rear with dual channel ABS as standard.