Eimor customs haven’t revealed the price of Envy Café Racer, but these modifications will certainly help the owner standout from other Classic 350s
Eimor customs are a customization shop based in Hyderabad which focuses on custom motorcycles, custom air-brushing and custom paint jobs. The customization shop revealed a new café racer based on Royal Enfield 350 which is named as Envy.
The owner of this Classic 350 wanted his bike to look like an old school café racer and he wants to use this bike for a long time also, so the changes are made accordingly. The changes start with headlamp design as the company replaced the stock one with a smaller headlamp with Yellow colour.
The removal of stock headlamp freed up some space and in this position, Eimor added twin-pod instrument cluster in which one has a speedometer and the other one has ammeter. The tank design follows the café racer theme and it is a unique one. The seat is flat with diamond pattern and it sits on a pipe frame for better stability.
The colour theme is green and black in which green is given for body parts and black for mechanical bits. The stock tail lamp and indicators are replaced by custom ones with LEDs. Eimor customs used natural rubber for the handlebar. The mudguard design is also different along with black mirrors and crash guards which are mandatory.
The arrangement of air-filter is different from the outside, but they haven’t made changes. Most of the mechanical parts are carried over from stock bike as the wheels are same 19 inches on front and 18 inches on rear, but the tyres are different with block pattern and wheels are finished in black colour.
Envy Café Racer is powered by the same engine from Classic 350 which is 346 cc single cylinder unit producing 20.8 hp of power at 5,250 rpm and 28 nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. This engine is mated to 5 speed gearbox. Eimor customs haven’t revealed the price of Envy Café Racer, but these modifications will certainly help the owner stand out from other Classic 350s.