Hyderabad-based Eimor Customs have modified a Bajaj Avenger as a purpose built cruiser. Loaded with poise, the motorcycle gets a new white and blue paint scheme. The grab rail is replaced by a sissy bar.
The Avenger Precision Optimizer gets a redesigned fuel tank with the filler now shifted to the right side. The fuel tank cap is custom built, and the fuel tank has the Latin inscription ‘Sol Somnium’. This is followed by the Roman numeral XXIV.V which translates to 24.5. The wraparound exhaust pipe adds a bit of ruggedness to the bike. The chrome exhaust canister brings in a bit of bling.
The new handlebar promises comfort while the new seat aims to extend that. Repositioning of the rear brake lever and gear lever will further aide in ease of riding. The customised Bajaj Avenger also gets bigger rim size with a 17-inch rim up front and 19-inch in the rear. The rear unit gets a wider profile 140 section tyre.
The headlamp is a metal cast unit, and the tail lamp unit is also new. The indicators have a bullet shape. The chrome circular rear view mirrors add a bit of classic touch.
The Bajaj Avenger is at present available in 150 cc and 220 cc version. The 220 cc twin spark, twin valve, DTS-I mill is capable of producing 19.03 PS of maximum power at 8,400 rpm and 17.5 Nm of peak torque at 7,000 rpm. The stock bike gets a 130 section rear tyre with a 17-inch rim up front and a 15-inch unit in the back.