The Carbon SS Drona cruiser was born when a donor Royal Enfield motorcycle sacrificed its stock parts, and it took more than a few hundred working-hours to build a machine that is as impressive in looks as it is on the performance front. Being a Royal Enfield, few things like its exciting thump and massive stance would stay the same throughout its lifetime.
Bulleteer Customs first removed each and every part from the engine-frame combo and started assembling things in a phased manner. Starting from the rubber elements, they swapped the spoke wheels with an impressive alloy wheel setup and used dual-purpose tyres that are thicker than the stock units.
The huge fenders of the stock model gave way to these small ones, relieving the body from a few extra kilograms of metal for this amazing built. The stock exhaust even weighs too much and thus, the Carbon SS Drona cruiser features a colour-coordinated all-black exhaust with one extra faux outlet. The end tips are finished in chrome on both the pipes.
The single saddle on the Royal Enfield Drona looks very impressive and comfortable as well. The engine section is painted black while the gold finish can be spotted on the fuel tank and both the fenders. If we talk about the fuel tank, it seems highly inspired by the Harley-Davidson Iron 883’s peanut tank and looks perfect on this modified Royal Enfield motorcycle.
Bulleteer Customs went one step ahead by replacing the huge front fascia with a small round headlight that carries twin projectors. The stock suspension covers even made way for the black finished conventional forks with rubber covers on them. The least informative stock instrument console has been replaced with an aftermarket single pod unit. As of now, it is not clear whether the Drona is based on a Royal Enfield Classic 350 or a Classic 500.
For further queries and pricing details you can contact:
Bulleteer Customs (Bangalore)
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Royal Enfield Drona Photos