Transform RE Himalayan Into Pure Enduro At Just Rs. 29,999


The ‘El Diablo’ is one proper enduro bike that not just looks raw but also claims to offer a uncompromised off road experience

The Royal Enfield Himalayan is the country’s only entry level adventure motorcycle that offers enough off road capabilities at a budgeted price. While the stock model has a decent off road potential, there are some who simply don’t get satisfied with the usual stuff. For such people, Vellore based custom shop that goes by the name Way2Speed Performance has introduced a kit that takes its inspiration from an enduro motorcycle.

The Royal Enfield Himalayan mod with the said kit has been named as El Diablo that means Devil in Spanish. If you wish to opt for one, you will have to spare Rs. 29,999.


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To start off with, the kit comes with numerous elements that offer a rugged kind of a look to the motorcycle. The kit consists of a three part Enduro quarter fairing that delivers a robust appearance to the front end. The fairing is aerodynamic and longer to serve the purpose better. All thanks to the new fairing, the builder claims that the aerodynamic drag has been reduced significantly.

The handlebar in this bike is also custom built and has been designed keeping better manoeuvrability in mind. The turning winkers have been bolted on the knuckle guards. If you opt for this kit, you will also get an option of choosing between three exhaust systems.


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The donor bike, as already said, is the Royal Enfield Himalayan and there are no changes to the powertrain. This means that the El Diablo gets its power from a 411cc, single cylinder, long stroke engine linked to a five-speed transmission system. The engine develops respective power and torque outputs of close to 24 bhp and 32 Nm.

The motorcycle gets its braking done with the help of 300mm disc brake upfront along with a 240mm disc at the rear. The suspension system of this motorcycle comprises of conventional telescopic forks at the front along with a monoshock at the rear.

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