Customizing motorcycles that are worthy of all the attention is one of the fortes of JEDI Customs, the motorcycle modification shop in Mumbai. The customizers have once again proven themselves as one of the best with their latest modified Royal Enfield Electra 5S (cast iron model) which they have christened as Stallion, the Bobber.
The overall design language of the Bobber does all the justice to its powerful name. The motorcycle was specifically brought to JEDI Customs from Rajasthan and belonged to an Army Officer posted in the area. Though the owner didn’t have an extraordinary list of custom designs to be added to his Electra 5S, he did want the essence of a Royal Enfield motorcycle to stay intact and that was something delivered by the modifiers.
Coming to the front fascia, the round headlight unit has been kept intact, though the chrome housing seen on the stock machine has been given a miss and replaced with a matte black trap housing. The fuel tank of the Stallion Bobber has been kept the same as seen on the stock motorcycle though the overall ‘Candy Maroon’ colour scheme adds to its neat profile while saving authenticity at the same time.
The customizers have further replaced the stock tail light seen on the RE Electra 5S with a single round LED unit shod on the rear mudguard. The brass detailing offered to the handlebar ends further complements the colour scheme which is also carried onto the toolbox of the modified machine. The modifiers have offered the motorcycle with the “Stallion” moniker on the toolbox in a modern font while the chrome exhaust unit seen on the stock model has also been replaced.
JEDI Customs has equipped the Stallion Bobber with a smaller exhaust unit ending in the middle of the rear tyre. In addition to this, the stock model’s longer-seat setup has also been replaced with a single-piece saddle cladded with comfortable hand-stitched leather. The black beams keeping both the front and rear mudguards in position complements the overall styling further. The modifiers have enhanced the retro looks of the motorcycle by offering the Stallion a clean chrome-buffed engine.
Apart from the cosmetic changes, JEDI Customs has not imparted any mechanical changes to the Stallion. The modified motorcycle continues to be powered by the same 346cc, single-cylinder engine that is capable of churning out a maximum power of 19.8HP @ 5250 rpm and a peak torque of 28Nm @ 4000 rpm. The engine remains mated to a 5-speed gearbox. For further inquiries and pricing details, you can contact: