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DC Design's custom built body kit for the Royal Enfield 500 models could cost up to Rs 2.5 lakh!

It reportedly gets a large teardrop shaped fuel tank, a flowing rear fender, a minimalist front fender, cylindrical turn indicators, circular battery box side panels with chrome garnishes, and retro-styled headlights with LED elements.

 

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UPDATE: DC Design has revealed its new custom bike based on the Royal Enfield Bullet 350. The entire customisation kit costs Rs 76,000 (exclusive of price of the stock bike); bookings to open on January 25.

 

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Check out these modified Royal Enfield Continental GTs

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Zeus Customs - Zeno Racer

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Rajputana Customs - Numero Uno

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J&D Custom Co

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Guillaume custom

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Chris Zahner

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KR Customs - Loopy

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Analog Custom Continental

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Turbo Continental GT

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Buraq Customs

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Came across some pics of this Royal Enfield Bullet Road Runner customized by Hyderabad's Eimor Customs. It's a 1970's Bullet Standard modified to look like a retro-modern street bike. 

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Another modified RE... this one's a Classic 500 modified into a cafe racer. It's received cosmetic and mechanical updates, however, Bulleteer Customs are keeping the engine mods secret. They do claim the bike has a top speed of 154km/h and can go from 0-100kph in under 9 seconds.

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The guys at Moto Essence have modified this Yamaha RD350. In addition to the body, the bike's powertrain has been reworked as well, with the original 347cc twin-cylinder mill being given a big bore kit and now displacing 420cc. The output has increased to 90hp.

The bike also gets a larger radiator, 38mm Keihin carburettors and a new exhaust system.

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This is pretty cool... Autologue Design has introduced a KTM Streetx conversion kit for the 2016 Duke 390 and Duke 200 for a sticker price of Rs 54,990. The kit includes a wider fuel tank cover, wider rear tail section, angular side panels, an extended belly pan, custom cover for the headlamp and taillamp, a radiator cover, tail tidy kit, rear seat cowl and tyre hugger.

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23 hours ago, VET5 said:

This is pretty cool... Autologue Design has introduced a KTM Streetx conversion kit for the 2016 Duke 390 and Duke 200 for a sticker price of Rs 54,990. The kit includes a wider fuel tank cover, wider rear tail section, angular side panels, an extended belly pan, custom cover for the headlamp and taillamp, a radiator cover, tail tidy kit, rear seat cowl and tyre hugger.

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Any modification done by, any other than OEM, not reliable most of the time. The quality of the accessories not upto the industry standards. These modifications looks bad as the vehicle ages.

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Loving the blue metallic wrap on this modified #Bajaj Dominar 400. It also features gloss carbon fibre wrap, gloss black alloy wheel paint, gloss red caliper paint, and a custom tan leather seat.

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Moto Exotica has modified this Yamaha RD350 into a scrambler. The upside down forks up front and monoshock in the rear are from the KTM Duke 200, while the swingarm has been custom-made.

The engine has been tuned to now peak at 9,500 rpm, and the exhaust system has been crafted in-house with stainless steel.

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This Pulsar 150 UG2 has been modified to resemble a Royal Enfield Himalayan. It's actually quite impressive!

The Pulsar's headlamp unit has been replaced, while the tank protector has been carried forward from the Himalayan too. It also features an updated seat, an off-road front mud guard, an iron rack in the rear, new tail-lamp set-up. The tank has been painted white to give it a similar colour scheme as the Himalayan as well.

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Haldanker Customs in Mumbai have modified this Royal Enfield Electra into a Scrambler-meets-Dirt Tracker.

Here are the specs:

  • Increased ground clearance for off roads and dirt tracks
  • Height of the motorcycle can be reduced by 6 inches as it has adjustable front and rear suspension which converts this dirt tracker look into a mean scrambler.
  • It has two different rear seats one fits underneath the carrier for scrambler look and other fit on the top of the carrier for double seat on off road.
  • Front 19 inch rim and rear 18 inch rim.
  • LED lights come with projector for better visibility and SPOT fog lamps during rains and foggy atmosphere.
  • Indicator-come-lever protectors on handlebar.
  • Waterproof GPS system with multimedia functions for entertainment.
  • Waterproof mobile charging facility.
  • Performance upgrades done for better performance while travelling long distances.
  • Customised rear end of the chassis welded with precision.
  • Fabrication work with minute detailing

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