Royal Enfield Himalayan ‘El Diablo’ by Way2Speed Performance

14/10/2017 - 10:55 | ,   | Praveen M

Way2Speed Performance, a vehicle customisation house from Vellore, Tamil Nadu have come up with a plug and play dual sport kit for the Royal Enfield Himalayan called ‘El Diablo’.

Royal Enfield Himalayan El Diablo right side
The aluminium bash plate gets red paint job too.

El Diablo is Spanish for 'The Devil'. The kit costs INR 29,999 and comes with a host of parts which give the bike a unique look. The bike features a three-part Enduro quarter fairing. Way2Speed says the fairing is aerodynamically efficient. The high-lift front fender is aerodynamic as well and is longer for off-roading purposes. The high-set rear fender is extra-long as well.

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The bike features a custom handlebar for better manoeuvrability, and they come with knuckle guards to protect the hands while treading the path untrodden. The indicators are on the knuckle guards. The custom house says that with the new kit, the overall aerodynamic drag is reduced considerably. It took them approximately over 300 man hours to build this custom kit. It also includes saddle stays on the sides and a choice of three different exhaust systems. The body kit features a red and white paint job which is reminiscent of the Ducati Multistrada 1200 Pikes Peak.

Royal Enfield Himalayan El Diablo front left quarter
The windscreen features carbon-fibre finish.

Apart from the parts above, the motorcycle is stock. The Royal Enfield Himalayan employs an all-new 411 cc single-cylinder SOHC engine with oil-cooler and carburettor. The mill is mated to a five-speed gearbox. The motor develops 24.5 PS of power at 6,500 rpm and 32 Nm of torque at 4,000-4,500 rpm.

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The long travel 41 mm telescopic front fork and the rear monoshock with linkage are stock as well. The motorcycle rides on dual-purpose tyres shod on the spoke wheels that measure 90/90-21 at the front; and 120/90-17 at the rear. Brakes include 300 mm front and a 240 mm rear disc.

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