Mojo Modified to Look Like a Z1000: The segment of the 300cc bikes has been booming for the past few years and Mahindra joined in the competition with its Mojo. Mahindra Mojo was launched back in 2015 and is revered for its sporty look and a hunky trunk. It has a unique design and already stands out in a mixed bunch of bikes.
However, modifications are often the way to go when you want your unique bike to look even more unique. Mojo 300 is a highly capable tourer and with a few tweaks here and there, the ride can be made even more comfortable. There are some who go a long way to make their machines stand out from the crowd.
This particular modified version of the Mahindra Mojo belongs to Aravind Marthandan and it seems to get its inspiration from the Kawasaki Z1000. It seems to be all the buzz in the modifications department right now.
The design of the new and modified version of the Mahindra Mojo has made the bike look even more unique than it already is. Aravind Marthandan loves the bike for its touring versatility and its looks but says that he wanted more out of his bike than just the regular riding experience.
This urge to want more out of his bike drove him to customize some of the elements of the bike to cater to his needs. There is no mechanical transformation and it is all cosmetic, making sure that the performance of the bike remains unchanged. However, the lighter front end has made the riding experience of his daily drive a lot more comfortable than the stock version.
Here are some of the modifications that Aravind Marthandan has made to his Mahindra Mojo:
- Unique Gunmetal Grey + Black paint job finished off with sticker pin-striping
- Red Alloy wheels
- Headlight case from the Kawasaki Z1000
- 4 Custom LED projectors – 2 high beam, 2 low beam
- Rear tire hugger from the Yamaha FZ25
- Indicators from the Duke 390
- Mirrors from TVS Apache
- Bar end turn indicators with hazard function
- Seat with extra cushioning
- Handlebar from the Royal Enfield Himalayan
- Custom tail tidy
- Front mudguard from the Benelli TNT 300
Mahindra Mojo Modified (Photos)