Bajaj Dominar Scrambler Lino by MC Customs Ph: Bajaj Dominar is one of the most sought-after motorcycles under the brand’s portfolio that has been subjected to multiple splendid customizations in its entire life. One such Bajaj Dominar 400 customized into a scrambler motorcycle by MC Customs Ph, Philippines is worth getting all the attention considering its posh design language and the overall profile.
The customizers have christened the modified Dominar as “Lino” which is more of a neo-scrambler that features certain streetfighter characteristics and not just a stripped-down scrambler motorcycle looks. Erubz Junio, the owner of the stock motorcycle wanted it to be customized in a “modern classic” way and that was exactly what was delivered by MC Customs Ph. Erubz wanted to dedicate a custom bike as a tribute to his late father who was a big motorcycle enthusiast.
Coming to the modern-classic design, the customized Dominar Scrambler Lino has been equipped with aftermarket LED headlight while the handlebar unit has been shod with circular wing mirrors. The customizers have further tweaked the handlebar unit while the side indicators have been shod at the bar end. The customized Black Bajaj Dominar has been equipped with a brown leather seat with ribbed cushioning for utmost comfort while the same leather treatment has been offered to the handlebar grips.
The customizers have further equipped the stock motorcycle with dual-purpose sport tyres while the glossy-black paint finish accentuates its overall modern-classic design profile. Apart from the cosmetic changes, the modified motorcycle has been kept mechanically unaltered.
Powering the customized Bajaj Dominar Scrambler Lino is the same 373.3cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine that is capable of offering maximum power of 35 HP @ 8,000 rpm and a peak torque of 35 Nm @ 6,500 rpm. The engine remains mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The modified motorcycle you see here is based on the BS4-compliant model while the brand has recently updated the Dominar 400 with a BS6-compliant engine for the Indian markets.