This modified Mahindra Mojo from Bangalore clearly demonstrates that the tourer serves as a very versatile base for a high degree of personalization. Created by a mechanic named Allen Anand from Synergy (MTWL dealership in Bangalore) for Dheeraj, a Mojo owner, the custom motorcycle adopts a street fighter body style by ditching the very identity of the nameplate – the twin-headlamp cluster.
Rushlane has learnt that the entire project took 8 days to complete and set the owner back by around INR 37,000. Apart from replacing the stock headlamp assembly with a simple and minimal LED cluster (each element is rated at 18 W), the modified Mojo street fighter adopts KTM Duke’s handlebar, front mud-guard and rear tyre hugger.
The color theme is new too. The matte grey primary color with contrast red accents on the fuel tank, the trademark twin tubes (below the fuel tank), handlebar and the belly pan enhances the sportiness.
There are no mechanical changes to the motorcycle but going by the louder exhaust note in the video, we think the decibel killers have been removed from the silencers (could potentially lead to a slight increase in low-end torque).
The rider of the modified Mahindra Mojo remarks that there is a noticeable improvement in the motorcycle’s agility since the ergonomics have been altered and the front end became lighter due to the absence of the stock headlamp unit.