Lluvia Industries is a company that has been making lifestyle and touring accessories for motorcycles. The company recently came out with a few accessories for the Bajaj’s latest touring bike, the Dominar. The bike outfitted with these accessories is called the DomiStrada, ostensibly named after the Ducati MultiStrada.
What’s it about?
This kit gets a lot of additional stuff, making the Dominar a better long distance cruiser. The kit includes a new exhaust and radiator guard, a new hand guard, provision for a luggage rack, handle bar raisers, a back rest for the pillion, off-road tyres, a new front windscreen, possibility of half fairing, the option of a jerry can to be mounted at the rear, pannier mount, touring sprocket and a fairing guard.
The mods aren’t very drastic, but they do help to improve the practicality and the touring capability of the bike, which is what it has been built for.
The Dominar is powered by a 373cc engine making 34 Bhp and 35 Nm. This is the same engine that is on offer on the KTM Duke 390 and RC390. The Dominar has a top speed of 148 kmph. It has a liquid cooled engine which is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox with a slipper clutch. This mod job has done nothing to change the power output or the torque output of the bike.
The Dominar is on offer in two variants, one with ABS and one without. The variant with costs Rs 1.50 lakhs while the variant without costs Rs 1.36 lakhs, ex-showroom. The Dominar has been the flagship bike for the company and has also been the most powerful Bajaj bike to be on sale in the country.
It is also tech loaded, as compared to the other Bajaj bikes. It even gets as split instrument console with dual screens, something no other bike has. It is also equipped with LED lights. While the bike has only been managing to do decent units, the company hopes that sales will pick up soon.
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