Glamour Bike Modified: Examples, Price, Kits

Glamour is a brand of motorcycle made by Hero Motocorp, one of the largest motorcycle manufacturers in India. The Hero Glamour is a popular motorcycle in the Indian market and is known for its fuel efficiency and reliable performance. It is powered by a 125cc air-cooled engine and features a modern design with a fully digital instrument panel and LED headlight. The bike also comes with a range of features such as a front disc brake, alloy wheels, and a tubeless tire. It is available in a range of colors and is suitable for daily commuting in urban areas.

Here are the list of examples of Hero Glamour Modification:
BikeGlamour Modified
Examples3
Modification TypeKits, Accessories, Wrap, Customisation
Bike TypeScrambler, Tracker, Cafe Racer
PriceINR 10000 - INR 80000

1. Glamour bike Modified into Scrambler by Nikhil Customs

They have used Ralco off-road tyres on both side. Himalayan handlebar is used. Fuel tank is handmade. Rear section of the bike is chopped off. Single longer seat with leather covering is used. Overall bike has black color scheme with silver color on fuel tank and side panels with black color strips.

2. Glamour modified into R80 Type Scrambler by Legal Kustom Motorcycles


They have completely modified this bike. This bike is road legal as modifiers have taken all the necessary permissions from RTO. Fuel Tank is taken from Splendor. Luna Round Headlight is used. Ralco off-road tyres are used on both sides. Yamaha FZ handlebar is fitted. Rear frame has been chopped off and rear suspension is replaced with pulsar nitrox shockers. Aftermarket glasswool exhaust system is used.

3. Hero Glamour modified as Tracker "Impala" by Legal Kustom Motorcycles

This 2007 model is heavily modified to give some killer looks. Custom made Fuel tank is used with RX 100 Fuel cap. Fuel tank got Punisher sticker on top and Impala branding on sideways.  Single seat with cowl at the back. Custom made handle bar is fitted for perfect riding position. Headlight are 60W -12V each with car relay. Mud guard is taken from Pulsar 135.

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