EIMOR Customs recently worked on a Royal Enfield Classic Desert Storm and turned it into this mighty Neelkantha. Symbolizing power and attitude in its own way, Neelkantha has undergone a complete transformation from a street specific design to a perfectly balanced cruiser.
The modification is so intense that guessing the bike is not possible without looking having a loot at its engine. The front section now comes with retro round headlight without any Royal Enfield specific cover for both suspension and light. This results in an impressive first look with a full sized front fender. Wide tyre with thick tread and chrome finish alloy wheels completes this section.
The fuel tank is designed in such a way that overall stance of the bike gets lowered through its flowing design. It merges properly into the cruiser specific split seat that ends into a backrest. Rear fender is also custom designed and hosts a wide tyre.
The stock exhaust was replaced with this chrome dual exit unit with black heat insulation tape on the first half. Handlebar used here is sourced from Thunderbird 350 while side panels are also custom designed for perfect placement. A rear disc brake as added for better braking while a change in wheelbase was avoided on Neelkantha.
The Metallic Blue shade is further complemented by stone engraving inspired Lord Shiva’s picture on the fuel tank. One can also spot owner’s name being painted on one of the fender. Royal Enfield Classic Desert Storm comes with a 499cc, single cylinder engine producing 27.2 BHP at 5250 rpm and 41.4 Nm at 4000 rpm.
The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. Not even a single element from Desert Storm can be guessed on Neelkantha as overall stance of the motorcycle was enhanced for a premium cruiser feel. Cost of this modification can be discussed directly with Eimor Customs through their official Facebook page or email.
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