The changes starts with new visor which is bigger and taller as it will provide protection additional wind protection
Bajaj Dominar 400 design took some inspirations from Ducati Diavel as the front, rear and instrument cluster all reminds us of Diavel. We have seen so many modifications which look good but doesn’t function. Pune based Autologue Design revealed Domivel X which is based on Dominar 400 with touring friendly modifications.
The customization shop already offers body kit for Dominar 400. The changes starts with new visor which is bigger and taller as it will provide protection from wind for the rider in highways. The fuel tank cowl has been extended forward which will make it slightly easier for the Dominar to cut through air.
They have also given crash bar with frame slider along with hand guard, auxiliary LED lamps placed below headlamps and the number plate has been moved from visor to front fender. The seats, instrument cluster, handle bar and rear design continues to be stock. Autologue Design replaced stock exhaust with IXIL unit which is lighter and gives a slight power advantage over stock model with sporty exhaust note.
Apart from this, the customization shop hasn’t changed anything on the bike. The Domivel body kit available for Dominar 400 get lot more changes which include tank extension, new tail light kit, pillion seat cowl, new tyre hugger, custom belly pan and blue colour for the alloy wheels. It will take 45 days for the custom shop to built Domivel body kit.
Autologue Design hasn’t changed engine or any other mechanical parts. Bajaj Dominar 400 is powered by 373cc single cylinder engine producing 35 PS of power at 8,000 rpm and 35 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. This engine is mated to 6 speed gearbox and top speed is 148 kph.
The Dominar 400 comes with 320 mm front disc brake and 230 mm disc at rear. Bajaj is offering dual channel ABS on Dominar 400 along with slipper clutch for fast shifts. Bajaj Dominar 400 is priced at Rs. 1.58 lakh for the ABS variant and it competes against Honda CBR 250R, Royal Enfield Himalayan and KTM Duke 250.