Considered the ‘Dracarys’, it’s robust to inform there’s a Royal Enfield Electra 350 hiding beneath its pores and skin, due to the intensive modifications completed by Eimor Customs
A Royal Enfield 350 Electra motorbike has been tastefully customised by Hyderabad-based, Eimor Customs, which is kind of effectively-regarded for growing stunning customised bikes. This time all-around, Eimor Customs has transformed a Royal Enfield Electra 350 into a shocking cruiser bike.
Known as the ‘Dracarys’, the motorcycle attributes quite a lot of classic styling bits, though can also make use of fireplace designs, every of which can undoubtedly allow the bicycle swap heads wherever it goes. Providing consolation and ease to its rider appears to be the most important motto of the Dracarys. The first seat setup of the Royal Enfield Electra has been modified with a a lot much more ergonomic system
The body of the bike has been stretched, whereas the suspension arrange has additionally been created softer to maximise the driving consolation and ease. It should get an prolonged swingarm and a broad triple tree with extended forks on the entrance. The headlamp would appear to be influenced by the 2018 Harley-Davidson Softail.
The gasoline tank has been fully redesigned and it now capabilities all of the instrumentation. It additionally attributes ‘Dracarys’ sticker on the edges. To enhance its classic attractiveness, Eimor Customs has extra steel peaks and gildings to the motorbike. A unique fireplace sample runs from the perimeters of the gas tank to the rear panel of the motorbike.
The mudguards additionally function the an identical remedy, though the black and copper dual-tone process makes it stand out from the group. What’s much more, the bike additionally will get a backrest, which shall be efficient in providing comfort to the pillion rider.
A pair years in the past, Royal Enfield skilled renamed the Electra within the state because the ‘Bullet’, in purchase to make its services or products line-up more easy. The Bullet 350 is at the moment essentially the most cost-effective bike supplied by RE in India, and retails at a commencing worth of Rs 1.34 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
No details concerning the motorbike’s powertrain are supplied. That said, the Bullet 350 arrives outfitted with a 346 cc one-cylinder four-stroke motor that belts out 19.1 hp of max energy at 5,250 rpm, and has a peak torque output of 28 Nm, which is delivered at 4,000 rpm. The motor will come mated to a 5-velocity gearbox.