Royal Enfield and Eimor Customs, when mixed together, brings something really interesting to their respective fans. This time, things have gone one step above the others and the creation was named Royal Enfield Bullet Gunmaster G2.
As the story goes, Bullet G2 was sold in the 1960s in United Kingdom and was one of the most popular models of its time. The name was resurrected from that era while custom built scrambler took the place of the original G2.
The motorcycle comes with chopped front and rear fenders, single engraved seat and peanut fuel tank, all of which act as the first element for turning heads on the road. If someone loves detailing, the Black and Chrome engine finish is one of the best you could find around the industry.
The high placed custom exhaust will also help the rider get comfortable over rough terrain. The suspension tune has even helped Eimor Customs achieve better ground clearance.
The front holds a small round headlight while the addition of front disc brake makes it even more safer to ride in most conditions. The wheel at the front is huge, carrying equally good tyre at the end.
aThe rear rim is smaller while the broad tyre will help it gain good traction over all kinds of surface. The rear brake is drum while the brake lever stays on the left side. They have even replaced the gearbox with a new one for better performance in everyday riding.
Royal Enfield Bullet currently comes in three variants, Bullet 350, Bullet ES and Bullet 500. The 346 cc, single cylinder engine on the first two variants produce 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm of torque.
If this seems small, the 499 cc, single cylinder fuel injected engine on the Bullet 500 is good for 27.2 BHP and 41.3 Nm of torque. Gunmaster G2’s Emerald and Veridian Green body with silver leaf additions makes it the best looking restored motorcycle of its era.
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