This Royal Enfield Thunderbird customised model comes wearing scrambler look; sports customised lighting and new alloy wheels
Bulleteer Customs is known for some exciting mod jobs over stock Royal Enfield motorcycles. Here we have a Royal Enfield Thunderbird modified into a scrambler. The cruiser motorcycle comes very attractive with its customised appearance and it sports new lighting, custom instrument cluster, new seat and exhaust. Overall, the motorcycle has been designed to come with an eye-catching look.
The customisation firm has christened the modified motorcycle as Buecephuelus. It wears a dark green paint scheme, which is pretty attractive indeed. At the front, the motorcycle sports large round LED headlamp with black bezel. Apart from that, it also features a single-pod instrument cluster, custom handlebar, customised crash guard with auxiliary lamps for better lighting. The crash guard comes wrapped in black rope.
The fuel tank remains unchanged in shape and sports Bulleteer Customs painted in white colour at both sides. Speaking about the seat of the motorcycle it gets a scrambler appearance with dark brown leather and drops the usual cruiser look. The taillight has been customised as well, and the exhaust muzzle sports black paint enhancing the motorcycle’s visual appeal further.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird Buecephuelus runs on custom alloy wheels, which make it very attractive and aggressive looking and the wheel are wrapped in off-road worthy tyres. Overall, the customised Royal Enfield Thunderbird comes very unique looking.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird is available with both 350 cc and 500 cc engine options. The 350 cc variant gets power from a 346 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine pumping out 19.8 bhp of peak power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque 4,000 rpm. The 500 cc variant on the other hand, is power powered by a 499 cc unit kicking out 27.2 bhp of peak power at 5,250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird Buecephuelus Gallery