Modified Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Dons True Retro Classic Look


The modified Royal Enfield Bullet 350 appears with custom headlamp and seats, updated frame; reflects retro classic charm

Royal Enfield motorcycles being customisation friendly machines draw various modification jobs by the customisation shops. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is a very popular motorcycle that reflects retro style, but some owners are not satisfied with that and they want to make their loved machines more retro classic with customisation. Here is a RE Bullet 350 that has been modified by JEDI Customs and it looks absolutely classic.

The unique looking motorcycle sports various custom body parts from nose to toe. It gets a completely new round shaped headlamp with black bezel and protector mesh. Turn indicators get the protector mesh too. The blackened out dual-pod instrument cluster features chrome bezel, while the wide handlebars offer greater control over the machine.


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Dubbed as Caleb, the customised motorcycle gets a chunky and muscular fuel tank with thigh pad mounted to the sides. It dons an attractive olive green paint scheme with golden lettering and the same paint scheme is visible at the side panel and mudguards as well. The motorcycle gets custom brown leather seats instead of a long seat in the stock model, offering comfortable experience to both the rider and pillion rider as well.

The taillight is flanked with turn indicators with protector mesh. A blackened out exhaust muzzle along with updated frame and suspensions enhance the appeal of the motorcycle, while the naked and completely black painted engine block area increase the retro feel of this motorcycle.


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It is not sure, if the powertrain has been updated as well. In the stock model, the 346 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine coupled with 5-speed gearbox churns out 19.80 bhp of peak power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. On the braking front, the custom motorcycle retains the same drum brake setup both at front and rear, just like the stock Royal Enfield Bullet 350.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ‘Caleb’ Gallery

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