The Royal Enfield Himalayan has been modified as a Scrambler by Grid7 Customs. The blood red paint scheme adds sophistication to the motorcycle while the brown seats bring in contrast.
Grid7 Customs have made a performance based exhaust system which is claimed to provide more power and torque output. The custom-made fuel tank has a classic appeal and resembles the new Street Twin while the side body parts of the motorcycle have also changed.
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The chassis of the Royal Enfield Himalayan Scrambler has been modified to give it the desired look. The twin headlamp setup and mudguards, along with instrumentation console are new. The front wheel is 120 mm wide while the rear gets a 140 mm unit.
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The Royal Enfield Himalayan in stock form uses a long travel front 41 mm fork with 200 mm of travel and a monoshock setup in the rear with 180 mm travel. The Himalayan is the first Royal Enfield to get a monoshock suspension.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan got the first all-new RE powerplant in a long time. The LS410 mill also gets an oil-cooler, another first one for the manufacturer, which powers this custom motorcycle.