The Royal Enfield Bullet brand name was used for the first time in 1931.
A Royal Enfield Bullet G2 which was manufactured back in late 60s in the United Kingdom, has been restored by Eimor Customs. The bike is now called Royal Enfield Bullet Gunmaster G2.
The Royal Enfield Bullet Gunmaster G2 gets a new gearbox and a new point setting. The suspension setup has been overhauled with the front getting a long travel setup. The tyres are beefier and the exhaust setup is custom made. The front and the rear fender have been shortened and the fuel tank has a classic, retro appeal.
The present generation Royal Enfield Bullet is sold in three trims, Bullet 350, Bullet ES and Bullet 500. The Royal Enfield Bullet 500 also recently gained AHO, BSIV compliance and fuel injection. The 499 cc mill is capable of producing an increased 27.2 bhp of power and 41.3 Nm of torque.
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The electricals of the Royal Enfield Bullet Gunmaster G2 has been redone. The engine has been partially painted while the rest of the half is chrome. Brakes include a disc up front and a drum setup in the rear.
The Royal Enfield Bullet Gunmaster G2 has been painted in silver leaf, emerald green and Viridian Green candy combination. The badging is in gold leaf.