The Royal Enfield Bullet ES Yoddha has been built with a dark theme.
The Royal Enfield Bullet ES has been modified by Hyderabad-based Eimor Customs. The customised motorcycle has been the given the custom builder’s signature paint style and has various depictions of the gallantry of the Indian Army.
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The motorcycle was modified after the request of the customer whose son loves fighter planes. The saree guard has been removed while the rear mudguard and fitting system has been changed. The mudguard brackets now have clean lines. The original silhouette of the Royal Enfield Bullet ES is successfully retained.
The tiger lamps (pilot lamps) and the retro-styled round headlamp has been retained but now gets LEDs. The custom split seats add beauty to the build while the new exhaust canister and blackened engine adds soberness to the personality of the modified Royal Enfield Bullet ES.
The suspension system and brakes (front disc and rear drum setup) have been retained. The tyres though are new and look ready to take on the tarmac while the rims and spokes too have been given a black paint treatment.
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