In their latest project, Bulleteer Customs has given the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 a stealthy and masculine makeover called ‘Graphite’.
The custom house has stripped the stock bodywork and has replaced them with custom parts. The peanut tank gets bold ‘Graphite’ stickers which give a nice contrast to the matte black paint job. The headlamp is an LED unit, while the instrument cluster is a single-pod unit. The wide handlebars feature bar-end indicators as well. They have blackened the stock indicators and have installed at the suspension mounting points. The single low seat is ribbed, and the rear features a chopped fender with a minimalistic LED tail lamp.
The rear alloy wheel uses Pirelli Angel GT rubber, while the front alloy is shod with fat Metzeler LaserTec tyre. The custom house has widened the swingarm to accommodate the chunky tyre. The cycle parts are stock, but the front telescopic fork feature gaiters to match the look. The powertrain gets the all-black treatment and looks stock apart from the heat wrapped one-to-two custom exhausts. The footpegs are stock as well and the key slot is relocated to the downtube from the handlebar clamp. The stock 346 cc single cylinder mill makes 19.8 bhp at 5,250 rpm; and 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The engine works in tandem with a 5-speed unit.
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