The heavily modified Benelli TNT 600 you see here has been customized by K-Speed Customs from Thailand and the 600cc motorcycle now features a unique stance, feeling higher than the stock version and carrying dark-themed bits all around its body. The stock headlight has been replaced with a small round unit while the excessively thick forks make the front end look massive in comparison to the stock model of the streetfighter.
The exhaust pipes of the four-cylinder engine can be seen flowing through the side panels and ending into a single underbelly exhaust unit. The twin under-seat exhausts of the stock model were removed as the rear end has been completely chopped to get a modern cafe racer design.
The motorcycle seems to get all its weight focused towards the front section while the modification makes the bike feel lighter in overall terms. The chassis of the bike is finished in the black shade while the body paint is matt grey on most of the panels, especially the upper portion of the fuel tank and its shrouds.
K-Speed Customs have retained the alloy wheels but the standard tyres have been replaced with Pirelli rubber on the custom motorcycle. Before being discontinued in the Indian markets, the BS4 model of the Benelli TNT 600i was available for INR 6.20 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi).
The 600cc, 4-cylinder engine was good for 85.07 Bhp @ 11,500 rpm and 54.6 Nm @ 10,500 rpm. The engine was mated to a 6-speed gearbox while the overall weight of the motorcycle in the stock condition was 231kg. It is expected that Benelli would be launching the updated BS6-compliant model of the TNT 600 in India in the coming months.
Modified Benelli TNT 600 Photos