The modified Royal Enfield Bullet 350 from 90’s dons new paint scheme; also gets custom headlamp, new transmission and new suspension
Eimor Customs is known for their exclusive mod jobs on Royal Enfield motorcycles. In recent times, we have reported about several motorcycles customised by the Eimor Customs and now here is another one. This time it is a Royal Enfield Bullet 350 from 90’s with 100,000 km reading on the odometer. The motorcycle dons a contemporary appearance and it is christened as the Graduate.
The customised motorcycle comes donning a new and unique paint scheme. It receives several components from the current generation Royal Enfield Bullet 350, including the lights, seat etc. The new lights provide better illumination, while the current model’s seat provides more comfort to the rider with better cushioning.
The motorcycle’s paint scheme adds zing to it and it grabs attention very easily. It is painted in Bluish Grey and Off White and sports Dark Brown stripes on the mudguards and side body panel as well. The headlamp gets same chrome bezel like the current model, while the muscular fatty fuel tank enhances the motorcycle’s appeal with the new paint scheme.
The changes are not only limited to cosmetic updates, but the retro looking Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has been upgraded mechanically as well. It gets a new clutch cover and new gearbox making the transmission process smoother. The wiring system is also completely new. Apart from that, the motorcycle receives two side boxes at both sides, making it visually attractive.
The current Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is powered by a 346 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine paired with a 5-speed gearbox. The engine churns out 19.8 bhp of peak power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of impressive torque output at 4,000 rpm. The customised Bullet 350 comes with a new suspension also, which improves the comfort of the rider. Overall, the motorcycle looks unique and attractive and the mechanical upgrades make it very much contemporary.
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Graduate Gallery