Modified Royal Enfield Himalayan gets Flat Tracker styling from Bulleteer Customs

18/09/2019 - 19:32 | ,  ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

Bulleteer Customs have tastefully transformed another Royal Enfield motorcycle. This time it’s the Himalayan that has received a visual upgrade in the form of Flat Tracker motorcycle-inspired styling. It’s called the Stranger, and it is indeed a unique take on Royal Enfield’s homegrown adventure tourer.

Modified Royal Enfield Himalayan Flat Tracker Righ
The Flat Tracker inspired styling brings racing numbers to the front and on the sides. Hardware upgrades include inverted front forks among other changes.

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The Flat Tracker-inspired looks drop the headlight assembly for a racing plate at the front. The blinkers and the taillight have been removed too, and so have the rearview mirrors. The front fender has gone missing from the package as well for a minimalistic look. The cockpit trades the factory-installed instrument console setup for a single-pod unit that has been repositioned to sit on the lower part of the handlebar. The ignition key is installed on the right side of the engine.

The Himalayan retains the stock fuel tank. The tank gets a glossy finish, while the knee recesses get a matte treatment. The saddle on the modified motorcycle is narrower than the standard Himalayan to offer more space to move around. The pillion setup has been removed, and the modified Royal Enfield carries a rider-only layout. The flat tracker racing number plate style sides and the rear panel have been custom made. The stock paint for the engine covers has been replaced by a retro-style chrome finish.

The changes are not limited to just custom body parts. Mechanical upgrades bring a more premium suspension setup to the Royal Enfield Himalayan. The front features inverted forks while the rear retains the monoshock unit. The off-road biased 21-inch front wheel has been traded for a smaller unit. Both wheels are wrapped in off-road style tyres. The white paint for the Bulleteer Customs logo and the Stranger tag on the wheel walls adds a nice touch to the visuals. The red colour to the brake callipers further enhances the visual appeal of the motorcycle.

Modified Royal Enfield Himalayan Flat Tracker Left
In the transformation, the Royal Enfield Himalayan loses street-legal hardware such as headlight, blinkers, taillight, registration plates and rearview mirrors.

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The revised exhaust setup brings a tall-mounted unit for the modified Royal Enfield Himalayan. Changes to the engine specifications are not mentioned, and thus we assume that the Himalayan retains its stock 411 cc air-cooled, SOHC, single-cylinder motor that pumps out 24.5 BHP of max power at 6,500 rpm and a peak torque of 32 Nm at 4,250 rpm.


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