The Riyal Enfield Bullet Electra ‘Parantapa’ gets LED lamps, custom fuel tank and seat; dons olive green camouflage paint scheme
Royal Enfield motorcycles have remained the favourite for army men in India and the adventure enthusiasts too loved these motorcycles. The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra sports the retro charm for which the Chennai-based manufacturer’s motorcycles have been known for. Hyderabad-based Eimor Customs has given a 2011 Bullet Electra unique look by customising it according to the Assam-based owner’s preference who serves in the Indian Army.
The particular Bullet Electra has been christened as Parantapa and it pays tribute to the Bombay Sappers battalion of Indian Army. Apart from the eye-catching olive green camouflage paint scheme, the motorcycle also features several custom parts. It gets LED headlamp with chrome bezel and the turn indicators too come bearing LED units. The handlebars receive brown leather grip and brass end capping.
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The fuel tank has been customised with redesigned brown leather cushioned thigh pads matching the customised seat that also gets brown leather wrapping. There is a black grab bar at the back and it gets LED taillight. Both the front and rear fenders have been shortened. Some very interesting styling features of this motorcycle are the logos, insignias and quotes from Bhagwat Gita painted in golden and fluorescent green.
The motorcycle also wears the graphic that denotes the awards the Bombay Engineer Group has won so far. Apart from that, the motorcycle gets chrome finished custom exhaust, 19-inch front wheel and 15-inch rear wheel with multi-spoke appearance. Braking duty is done by front disc brake and drum brake at rear.
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The customised Royal Enfield Bullet Electra comes with a retro looking custom helmet that matches with the paint scheme of the motorcycle. The engine block, handlebar, leg-guard are painted in black enhancing the appeal. Power source for the motorcycle is unchanged. Therefore it churns out the same power and torque out as the stock model.
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