Royal Enfield motorcycle are quite popular in the country. It is a well known fact that these motorcycles have a cult following not just in India but abroad as well. In the past, we have seen all sorts of experiments such as drag races, top-end races, and weird and wacky looking modifications on these motorcycles. But here we have a video in which a vlogger does something extra weird with his Royal Enfield motorcycle. He uses his Royal Enfield Bullet 350 motorcycle to make popcorn. This is one of the weirdest experiment that anyone has done using a Royal Enfield.
The video has been uploaded by Sonu Plaha on his youtube channel. The vlogger seen in the video shares his idea of making popcorn using the silencer of his Bullet 350 motorcycle. The bike according to the video was already taken for a spin and the silencer is decently warm. He then brings some dried corn kernels and puts them inside the silencer. The silencer is just warm and is not extremely hot. The bike is also turned off to ensure that the kernels won’t be pushed outside by the pressure of the air inside.
The Vlogger then asks his friend to start the motorcycle while he cover the mouth of the silencer with a black cloth. The bike is revved for quite some time and then after three minutes or so, the vlogger removes the cloth and all the kernels that have popped are pushed outside. The popcorn kernels are covered in the black smoke from the silencer. Even though, the vlogger mentioned that he would eating the popcorn after it was ready, he had second thoughts after taking a closer look at the soot covered popcorn
The silencers on Royal Enfield motorcycles do get very hot when the bike is used for some time. So. it’s actually possible for popcorn to be made using a motorcycle. However, it’s not a good idea to go ahead and eat popcorn made in a motorcycle’s exhaust. Coming to the motorcycle itself, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is an iconic machine that’s powered by the 346cc, unit construction long stroke engine. This motor makes 19.8 Bhp-28 Nm, and is paired to a 5 speed manual gearbox. Single channel ABS comes standard on this motorcycle, which now gets fuel injection as standard in order to meet the stringent Bharat Stage 6 (BS6) emission norms.