Rajputana Customs has transformed the iconic Royal Enfield Bullet 500 into a custom tracker.
The bike is stripped down of all the non-essential parts. It gets a bench seat with quilted stitching, and tracker handlebars. The telescopic fork is gaitered to protect it from dirt and muck. The headlight is slim, and the bike gets a beak type front fender. Even the gear shifter is drilled for weight reduction. The folks at the custom house have painted the 18-inch spoke wheels black, and have wrapped it with Ralco 120-section front and Heidenau K60 Scout 130-section rear rubber. The rear suspension looks like Paioli units from the Royal Enfield Continental GT.
The bike gets new Blue and silver paint scheme on the tank and off-road style side number plates. The Tracker comes to a halt using disc brakes on both ends. The powertrain is draped in black, and the exhaust header is heat-wrapped. They have added a megaphone-style exhaust as well. The Royal Enfield Bullet 500 in its stock form makes 27.2 bhp of power at 5,250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The engine works in tandem with a 5-speed transmission.
The modification costs INR 4.25 lakhs. It excludes the price of the donor bike. Rajputana Customs took 12 weeks for this build. Ultimately, the vintage Bullet has gotten a new lease of life with this tracker modification.