T-Factorbikes modification shop specialises on Royal Enfield, Norton and Benelli bikes. The custom shop took a Royal Enfield Bullet Electra as base bike for this mod
Royal Enfield is one of the popular motorcycle brands for people who are looking for modifications. We have featured so many modifications from India, but this time it is coming from Belgium. T-Factorbikes modification shop specialises on Royal Enfield, Norton and Benelli bikes. The custom shop took a Royal Enfield Bullet Electra as base bike and completely transformed to look like Café Racer.
First they stripped out Electra completely and took the frame to start the work. Then removed all the un-necessary parts from the frame and painted it in red colour. The front get new headlamps and they made custom yokes to mount the front fork and fork top bridge. Between these two yokes, they placed headlamp and clip on handle bar.
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The front wheels are custom made and they replaced stoke brake system with Beringer front disc brake with iron brake line. The instrument cluster is a custom made unit and the handle bar is placed lower along with rear set foot pegs gives a sporty riding feel. The fuel tank is made from alloy and it is a custom unit made for Café Racer.
The custom shop has given single seat which is longer and wider to give room for the rider to move around during cornering. The battery is stored under the seat along with power commander for extra horse power from the engine. At the rear, the Café Racer comes with a small round tail lamp and custom made rear shocks from Hypero.
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One of the advantages of using Hypero is that it is completely adjustable for riders. The Café Racer is powered by same 500 cc engine from Electra but the custom shop has made so many changes including new ported head, improved airflow along with power generators helps the engine to churn out 38 hp of power instead of 32 hp from the stock engine.
The custom shop has also given K&N air-filter, which improves air-flow and the Café Racer also come with custom free flow exhaust to improve performance. The front and rear fenders are custom made for Café Racer to reduce weight and drag. T-Factorbikes hasn’t revealed details about pricing and time they took to transform Electra.