Bulleteer Customs' latest creation is called Yaksang

29/09/2018 - 10:17 | ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

Bulleteer Customs have revealed their latest creation, and it is called Yaksang. Just like every other customised motorcycle that rolls out from their garage, the Yaksang also gets a complete makeover in the form of hand-built bodywork.

Bulleteer Customs Yaksang Right Three Quarter
The ape hanger handlebar and forward set footrests give the motorcycle revised ergonomics. The dual tone paint theme looks interesting.

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At the front is a projector headlight that features all-black housing. Above is a compact instrument console that gets a chrome surround. Another custom element to the front includes the dual-tone front fender that sits above the tyre. The motorcycle rides on alloy wheels that are wrapped in MRF tyres.

The red & black paint scheme is carried on the entire bodywork. The fuel tank features red paint on the sides and black in the centre, along with the chrome, fuel filler cap. Behind the fuel tank is a ribbed, rider-only saddle that adds to the retro charm of the motorcycle. Bulleteer Customs' logo and “Carbon SS” tag occupies the side panels. At the rear, too, is a custom built rear fender that also holds a compact, aftermarket tail light. Do notice that the alloy wheel spokes at the rear are thicker than those at the front, lending a beefier look to the back.

The exhaust pipes are wrapped in heat wrap while the canister is coloured black with chrome tips at the rear.

The motorcycle also features revised ergonomics with ape hanger handlebar and forward set footpegs. The bike continues to feature a conventional, telescopic front suspension at the front while at the rear is a twin-sided shock absorber. The rear springs get a chrome finish that adds a bit more contrast to the overall design.

The front blinkers are integrated into the handlebar while the rear turn indicators are placed under the seat.

Bulleteer Customs Yaksang Right Side Profile
The blinkers have been neatly integrated into the handlebar and under the seat to give a clean look to bike.

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Mechanical specifications depend on the donor bike, and this custom modification can be applied to both, 350 and 500 cc Royal Enfield motorcycles. The 350 cc air-cooled engine on the standard bike delivers 19 hp and 28 Nm of torque. The 499 cc engine single cylinder, air-cooled engine, delivers maximum power output of 27.2 hp and 41.3 Nm of peak torque in stock form. Both motors come paired to a five-speed transmission. Disc brakes on both ends provide stopping power.

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