Jordaar Version 2 By Rajputana Customs costs Rs. 27 lakh along with the donor bike making it costlier than a Toyota Fortuner
In India, we have lots of customization shops, but there is one name which stands apart from others as far as two wheeler modifications are concerned is Rajputana customs based in Jaipur. In 2014, Rajputana customs revealed Jordaar Version 1 which is based on Harley Davidson Iron 883 Sportster and now the customization shop is back with Jordaar Version 2 which is also based on same Iron 883 Sportster.
Rajputana customs have made lots of changes on the Iron 883 Sportster and the body panels are very small. The Jordaar Version 2 comes with slim fuel tank design and wide handlebar. The headlamps are again small and they are placed on a different position in the front and hidden from direct view.
The saddle is small and single piece along with new suspension components. One of the stand out feature of Jordaar Version 2 is its 11 spoke alloy wheels finished in chrome. The Jordaar Version 2 also gets Koftgari detailing which is popular in South Asia.
We could also see a pattern traced on steel is inlaid with gold and this make the custom bike stand out from other modified bikes. To make it even more unique, Rajputana customs have imported some of the parts from Damascus. The Jordaar Version 2 is powered by same 883 cc 2 cylinder fuel injected engine producing 50 hp of power at 5,500 rpm and 70 Nm of torque at 3,500 rpm.
The power is sent to rear wheels via 5 speed gearbox. The exhaust is a custom one and it is placed near the engine with heat absorbing material wrapped around. It will take 6 months for Rajputana customs to build Jordaar Version 2 and the price is Rs. 18 lakh excluding the donor bike.
If we add the price of donor bike then the total price is Rs. 27 lakh, which is very high considering that you can buy Toyota Fortuner for that price, but with premium pricing you are getting a very piece of art in two wheels.