This custom Royal Enfield Classic 350 sports a dashing paint job

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Check out this modified Royal Enfield Classic 350 manufactured by Hyderabad-based EIMOR Customs

Royal Enfield follows like a cult in India, and the brand has seen a lot of success in recent years. Lots of RE motorcycle owners love to customize their rides, and there are plenty of workshops across the country that specialize in converting to Royal Enfield bikes like EIMOR Customs.

Recently, EIMOR Customs Pictures of a modified Royal Enfield Classic 350 have been shared, naming the project “King“Although the changes are fairly subtle, the main one is a bright color work in royal blue. The paint finish is top notch, and it goes well with the retro-inspired design. According to the garage, this is the favorite color of the owner who wanted a new application without any structural changes.

Other than that, the motorcycle gets a custom engine guard, which seems to be inspired by butterfly wings. We also see custom leather seats and leather knee pads, both with a kilted pattern. The headlamps, engine block, fuel filler cap, rearview mirror cover and exhaust chrome finish have been retouched to make the bike look more shiny.

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Stock wire-spoke wheels have been replaced by aftermarket dual-tone alloy wheels, and tires are new. This custom motorcycle also gets beautiful monarch butterflies and flowers painted on the battery cover and airbox. These are hand-painted pictures, and they add to the charm of the bike Black-out motorcycle frames, handlebars and engine guards are good in contrast.

As mentioned earlier, the modes are fairly sophisticated, and most motorcycles have stock, including headlights and taillights. It preserves the original old-school charm of the Classic 350. It’s not a loud, attention-grabbing custom work, but rather a part of the automotive industry. Needless to say, we find the overall styling extremely tasteful.

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No changes were made to the motorcycle power train. It is powered by the previous generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 (carbureted version), powered by a 346cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder motor that produces a maximum power of 19.8 PS and a maximum torque of 28 Nm. It is associated with a 5-speed sequential transmission.

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