This Modded Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 is a Definite Feast to Eyes!

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This modded Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 by Haldankar Customs has exterior tweaks, mechanical changes and loads of on-board features

Haldankar Customs have come up with their rendition of a Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 and in a nutshell it looks special. With a streetfighter stance, the tuning firm brought down the overall kerb weight by 35 kilograms and that could have naturally added to the sporty handling of the well-reputed retro motorcycle.

Weighing in at 160 kg now, the Mumbai-based tuner has further concentrated on upping the mechanical standards of the Thunderbird 350 and therefore there have been loads of attention to detail stuff you could actually miss while seeing the modded version.


Haldankar Customs’ Thunderbird 350 X350 v2.0 comes equipped with WP USD front forks while the rear suspension setup remains as the dual springs. A tasty addition is the new tubeless tyres wrapped around the lightweight Magnesium alloys and they might add greater grip to the tuned RE.

Other style enhancing elements include a LED headlamps with bar-end lights substituting for the stock front indicators and a thin taillamp setup. The X350 also gains Bybre brakes up front and rear as well as Mark Performance Racing’s new exhaust unit replacing the regular system.

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The other worthy design changes are sharper mirrors – which might hinder displaying the following vehicles a bit due to its unusual shape – chiseled fuel tank and shortened fenders. In order to double up the riding experience, the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 X350 v2.0 gets GPS navigation, video playback, WiFi connectivity with USB or Bluetooth provision integrated in a waterproof display.

Well, now it’s down to the ultimate question. How much do all the changes put a whole on your pocket? It is quite big though! With the fancy gizmos and mechanical modifications, Haldankar says it will cost a premium of Rs. 1,60,000 over the standard Thunderbird 250 motorcycle. It took them three months to build this beautiful piece of machine.

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