Royal Enfield motorcycles have the highest scope for modification and this typical Himalayan is here to impress everyone with its good looks and a host of additional changes. GRID7 Customs, a Kerala-based modifier has built the Royal Enfield Himalayan on the same platform, adding a few bits like dual underseat exhausts, attractive green body shade, redesigned seats, and an updated headlight.
All these unique features help the motorcycle achieve exclusivity with much ease. GRID7 Customs usually concentrate more on the exhaust systems, but in this case, they have paid attention to other components as well in order to make the Himalayan adventure motorcycle look actually exotic.
In comparison to the stock model of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, GRID7 Customs has replaced the 21-inch front tyre with an 18-inch rim with 110/80 section rubber. In addition to that, the new rim at the back now supports 140/70-17 tyre size for better looks and traction.
The modifier has also removed the tailpiece and the number plate has been attached to the left portion of the swingarm. The motorcycle has been fully repainted in matt forest green colour scheme, and as we have mentioned earlier, the side-mounted stock exhaust system has been replaced with an underseat unit with dual outlets.
For further queries and pricing details you can contact:
GRID7 Customs (Kerela)
- Address: NH 47 By-pass, Marathakkara, Service Road, Opp. Federal Bank, Thrissur, Kerala.
Royal Enfield Himalayan with Dual Underseat Exhausts
Royal Enfield Himalayan Specs
- Displacement – 411 cc
- Max. Power – 24.3 HP @ 6500 rpm
- Max. Torque – 32 NM @ 4250-4500 rpm
- Number of Cylinders – 1
- Number of Gears – 5
- Seat Height – 800 mm
- Ground Clearance – 220 mm
- Kerb/Wet Weight – 199 kg
- Fuel Tank Capacity – 15 litres
- Top Speed – 145 kmph (Approx.)