You must have come across hundreds of modified Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 bikes but Kapidhwaja is something that pays equal attention to detail while keeping things as unique as possible. The motorcycle is finished in a unique shade of Red, seen only on the peanut fuel tank that is visibly and practically smaller than the original one. All other parts are either finished with brass highlights or have been left black for the perfect finish. The chrome elements are clearly visible on the suspension and exhaust parts, further grabbing some attention through the wheel design and lower engine section finish.
The fuel tank flaunts a four (4) moniker while seat seen here comes with better lower back support for the rider and a different backrest for the pillion. The exhaust used here is a custom Swagman unit with a better note than the stock version. EIMOR Customs are using a brass finished tail light, matching handlebar grips and a custom rear fender with support for a wider rear tire. Both the ends are now available with dual purpose tires and disc brakes for an impressive ride as well as braking feel. Every brass element seen here comes with custom engraving like all other motorcycles by the modifier.
The multiple pods of the motorcycle are replaced with a cruiser style single pod. Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 comes with a projector headlight but Kapidhwaja comes with LED front headlight with two additional fog lights on the huge leg protector. Even the fuel tank cap is very impressive with the brass finish and custom engraving. The seat seen here is perfectly ribbed for a comfortable ride. Thunderbird 350 is powered by a 346cc, air-cooled engine, producing 20HP of maximum power and 28Nm of massive low end torque. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.
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“Kapidhwaja is the name of Arjuna’s chariot in Mahabharata, which means, having flag of Kapi (monkey) in his chariot. Lord Hanuman stayed on Arjuna’s flag during Kurukshetra war.”
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