Sunday, 11 December 2016

Enfield Electra 350 cc



Overview

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is an impeccable case of a cruiser which can convey all the appeal of the bike which has a place with the early primes of motorcycling, without being looking dated. This old-school bike conveys all the great emanation which a vintage cruiser conveys all through its silhoutte. The general plan and riding feel take you back to the mid many years of twentieth century, with its allure and position. This bike is an immaculate illustration that a dated outline can even now taste great to the cutting edge tongues.

Design

To be more particular, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 conveys the plan of the mid '40s of the previous century, in a more improved way. The body parts, while as yet looking like the first Bullets, are still in orchestra with the general position. The chrome completed adjusted fog light in front alongside body shaded suspension bits and front curved guard unmistakably mean you that this bike is down to its business off being a retro machine. The fuel tank is adjusted and gels well with the general outline. The back and side body boards are moderate with battery covers completed in body shading. The back games a tail light reminiscent of the old Bullets, alongside the old round orange turn markers. The things which make the Bullet 350 so uncommon are the metallic outdated Royal Enfield insignia and hand painted stripes on the fuel tank. The instrument reassure takes after a shortsighted approach with a simple speedometer, odometer and battery pointer. The nonattendance of fuel gage reminds you back to its old-gold interest, however then, it ought to have been given for cutting edge usefulness. The construct and fit and complete is normal with few niggles here and there.

Engine

The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra is a Bullet 350 with some restorative changes and minor redesigns. The outline is unmistakably Bullet, yet the Electra gets included chrome, in the front and back bumpers and the emblazoned Royal Enfield on the fuel tank. The conventional hand-painted stick striping is given a miss, just like the tank theme. The taillight is diverse too, and the Bullet Electra is accessible in four unique shades - silver, dark, blue and red. Both wheels on the Bullet Electra are 19-inch spoked wheels.

The Bullet Electra's motor is the same as that of the Bullet 350, and execution is pretty much comparable. The Electra however is insignificantly heavier, yet that doesn't mean any perceptible change in execution. The Bullet Electra offers great ride quality and mileage ranges from 35-40kmpl, contingent upon various riding conditions. Ridden level out, the Bullet Electra will post a top speed of 120kmph, yet it's most joyful cruising at around 80kmph. The Electra is for the Bullet beau who covets more chrome furthermore accompanies a discretionary front circle brake.

Specs:

Engine: 346cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke engine

Maximum Power: 19.8bhp@5250rpm

Maximum Torque: 28Nm@4000rpm

Gearbox: 5-speed constant mesh

Chassis: Single downtube

Front Suspension: Telescopic, 35mm forks, 130mm travel

Rear Suspension: Twin shocks five-step preload adjustable with 80mm travel

Kerb Weight: 187kg