Indian two wheeler manufacturer Bajaj has wide range of motorcycles in their line up. Currently Dominar 400 is Bajaj’s flagship model and is a power cruiser motorcycle. The Dominar 400 is meant to take you to long highway tours without breaking a sweat. Autologue which is a popular custom house for bikes and cars have recently introduced a kit that will make it more touring friendly. Here we have the images of a Dominar 400 with Autologue kit that wants to be an Africa Twin.
The Dominar used for this modification is the new facelifted version. Exact details of the modification kit is not available but it looks a lot like an adventure tourer in this kit. Starting from the front. The bike gets an overall treatment of red and white that resembles a lot with the paint job seen in Honda’s Africa Twin. The Bajaj Dominar with the Tour-X Kit that is what Autologue calls it. The Kit gets a higher placed fender that sits right under the headlamp. The original mudguard of the motorcycle has been retained and given the same red and white finish to match with the theme.
Coming to the side profile of the Dominar 400, we notice that the kit envelopes the whole bulky muscular design of the fuel tank on the Dominar and makes it look like a proper adventure tourer motorcycle. The kit does not cover the engine of the motorcycle completely. It is left open for proper air circulation that keep the engine cool. Coming down towards the engine there is an engine guard that protects the motorcycle. At the rear, the Dominar 400 Adventure tourer edition gets a carrier to put on all the luggage that you’ll need while going on a long trip.
On Autologue’s website the price of this Dominar Tour-X Kit is mentioned as Rs 17,280 which is great considering the kind of makeover that this kit is giving to the motorcycle. The Domnar Xplorer kit is a bot on conversion kit what this means is that one does not have to chop off anything in order to install this kit.
Bajaj Dominar is powered by a 373.3 cc single cylinder, liquid cooled engine. This engine churns out 40 Bhp of peak power along with 35 Nm of peak torque. Dual channel ABS is now standard on the Bajaj Dominar, and the engine comes mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox along with a slipper clutch as standard.