EIMOR Customs Envy Royal Enfield Cafe Racer - Price

EIMOR Customs are doing consistently good job in customization. They have done numerous bike modification. We usually don't think of Royal Enfield in Brat Style Cafe Racer as this is style is usually done on Commuter bike because of easiness. But today they have done something unique. EIMOR Customs have modified Royal Enfield Classic 350 which came from Warangal, Telangana.

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Café Racers have charm and elegance, at the same time have their aesthetic restrictions and limitations.

Their client wanted this bike to be old school traditional café racer, with a flatbed seat, bigger tank, big block tyres, and smaller headlight.

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For this style they have maintained the 19 and 18 wheel configuration. The mudguard arrangement has been altered unlike the Classic.

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There are front fork gators. The headlight is a yellow glass smaller one. The taillight and indicators are changed. As the headlight casing has been removed they have made an arrangement for speedometer and ammeter.

They have used Natural Rubber handle grips. Black mirrors and a crash guard has also been fitted.
The tank is a customized café racer tank with a push cap.

The air filter arrangement looks different from outside but technically is has not been disturbed, keeping in mind the long term maintenance point of view.

They have used a Megaphone exhaust with heat wrap on the bent pipe. The seat is a flatbed café racer type seat. And the seat frame is made out of a single piece of pipe which gives the seat strength and stability.

At the bottom of the seat one will notice a perforated metal sheet. That fills the gap and brings a continuity. What catches your eye is the color combination. It is a very unusual color combination, especially going for a matching green seat cover was an audacious and outrageous decision!!

This is surely going to the owners pride and envy of many and Green is the color of Envy.

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