Introduced this summer, the Royal Enfield HNTR 350, here is our proofis a beautiful modern-classic built on the basis of Meteor 350 and driven by the same engine, a 349 cc single-cylinder with electronic injection capable of delivering circa 20,2 CV a 6.100 giri/min.
The work of Okeasyshop it began by removing the round-shaped headlight assembly and the instrumentation, to make way for a thin and light panel in which the LED lights are incorporated. The speedometer instead has been repositioned on the left side under the tank. The stock handlebar has been replaced by a taller one with a wider grip, while the traditional fork has been replaced by a gold anodized upside down unit and a single shock absorber has been installed at the rear. Also change the exhaustwith an upturned handcrafted terminal, emphasizing the tail and probably improves the performance of the bike.
Other changes have been made to the braking system, with Nissin pliers more performing and the saddle is now single-seat, to make room for a minimal and streamlined tail. To assemble the single-seater seat, Okeasyshop modified the frame and installed a rear subframe which is bolted to the main.
Could it be this beautiful inspirational special for the Indian House? since apparently it already is working on many new features for the next few years.
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