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DC Design Royal Enfield Classic 350 in two new colours – Red and Blue

DC Design, well versed in the art of four wheeler modifications now turns their hand to outfitting motorcycles with the new Royal Enfield Classic being its first. Royal Enfield DC2 Carbon-Shot (Custom RE Bullet 350) is being offered as a limited edition customization kit. Bookings commenced from 25th January at a down payment of INR 25,000 while delivery is promised by June 2017.

Available in three exciting colours, DC2 Carbon-Shot design kit includes several carbon fiber modifications right from a large and teardrop shaped fuel tank to a well designed rear fender. It also offers some modifications to the front fender, a circular battery box cover and carbon fiber headlamps along with LED elements and cylindrical turn indications. The seat is now a single seat in a seamless design and fitted with quality leather continued from its fuel tank while micro fender in carbon, built in LEDs for stop lamps and indicators are also evident. Have a look at the images and exhaust note video below.

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Even as DC Design has offered these modifications, the design firm has retained suspension, frame, handlebars, wheels and tyres along with instrumentation, brakes and engine. DC2 Carbon Shot will be limited in edition and restricted to just 5,000 units.

Customized Royal Enfield Himalayan

After taking a look at the DC Design Royal Enfield, here is a customized Himalayan. Inline3 Custom Motorcycles has built their 5th bike, transforming the Royal Enfield Himalayan into a salt racer. The bike sports a new body panel and tank and sits on a new platform while ride height has been lowered.

Body work is seen in aluminum while front forks sport a custom stainless triple tree with gun metal studs. Clip-on handlebars receive period grips while it is the extensive use of aluminum throughout its makeup that has resulted in a lighter weight by 20 kgs.

The Customized Royal Enfield Himalayan continues to sport its 411cc single cylinder, air cooled engine offering 24.5 bhp peak power at 6,500 rpm and 32Nm peak torque at 4,000 to 4,500 rpm. While the engine too has been given a lightweight stance, it has in no way affected performance.

Set to be showcased as a display motorcycle at South Delhi Motorcycles, the RE Himalayan receives dummy rear shock absorbers and fitted with Firestone tyres.

The all new Royal Enfield Himalayan FI made its European debut at the EICMA 2016 earlier this month. It receives analog instrumentation with speedometer, tachometer and fuel gauge along with digital display for trip readings, odometer, time, compass and ambient temperature. It will launch in European markets in early 2017 while the Indian bike maker has already appointed official importer and distributor for Europe.

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