Haldanker Custom has modified Royal Enfield Electra 350 into a scrambler cum dirt tracker; looks very mean and aggressive
Royal Enfield motorcycles seem to be favourite among the customisers who love to give the machines a new and distinctive appearance. Here we have a Royal Enfield Electra 350 customised into a scrambler cum dirt tracker by Mumbai-based Haldanker Custom. Christened as the ST350, the classic-turned-into-off-roader comes with a very aggressive and bold appearance and it can literally take on any kind of terrain.
The design has been modified heavily to give the motorcycle a dirt bike look. It gets a completely redesigned front fascia. Ditching the conventional large round headlamp, it sports dual LED units and new fog lamps as well. The handlebars come with knuckle-guards featuring LED strips working as turn indicators. The handlebars have been modified to give the rider better control over the machine in rough and bumpy terrains.
Instead of conventional instrument cluster, the customised motorcycle comes with a waterproof digital infotainment system. A mobile charging system has been installed as well. Focusing the off-roading capability of the customised motorcycle is the increased round clearance, twin mudguards up front and a raked rear mudguard. Also, it appears with a reduced height, new rider and pillion seat, a small backrest.
Fuel tank, exhaust canister also come redesigned and the colour combination of Blue and red on White body make it quite attractive. The engine has been tuned as well, but the details are not available. The regular RE Electra 350 gets power from a 346 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled twin-spark engine mated to a 5-speed transmission. This engine is capable of pumping out 19.8 bhp of peak power and 28 Nm of peak torque.
The customised motorcycle runs on multi-spoke wheels sized 19-inch at front and 18-inch at rear, wrapped in meaty dual-purpose tyres. Braking power is delivered by a front disc brake and rear drum set up. For suspension duty, the motorcycle sports adjustable front and rear suspension set up.
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