We have already seen so many modifications on Classic 350 but a project done by DS Design based in Chennai is different compared to other mods
Royal Enfield Classic series is the most popular model of the company in India. The Classic 350 is outselling most of its competitors and leading cruiser segment. We have already seen so many modifications on Classic 350 but a recent project done by DS Design based in Chennai is different compared to other mods.
The custom shop didn’t make body changes instead they focused on making stock body panels better. The changes start with headlamp, which retained same design but the bulb has been replaced by projectors along with circular DRL. The suspension and fender are also retained from original Classic 350.
DS Design has given matte black colour for Classic 350 with blue strips and this colour combination make the bike looks really good. Royal Enfield logo on fuel tank has been replaced by custom designed Royal Enfield sticker. The Classic name on battery box also gone and instead they have given again a custom Royal Enfield sticker.
The custom shop has given wide handle bar for Classic 350 and it is placed slightly higher. The mirrors are placed on either ends on handle bar. The instrument cluster comes from stock bike. DS Design removed pillion seat and instead given new rider seat, which is wrapped in brown leather upholstery.
The rear fender continues the same blue highlight from front and stock tail lamps are retained on this custom bike. DS Design has given new multi-spoke alloy wheels, which goes well with the overall theme of bike and the only mechanical change they made on this Classic 350 is replacing stock exhaust with new dual can exhaust.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 is powered by 346 cc single cylinder engine producing 19.8 bhp of power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. This engine is mated to 5 speed gearbox. The braking duties are handled by 280 mm disc brake at front and drum at rear. The custom shop hasn’t revealed price of modifications and time taken for it.