Royal Enfield Bullet 350 vs two Yamaha R15 V3s in a tug-of-war [Video]

The tug-of-war between the two vehicles is quite interesting to watch. Even though the result doesn’t establish much about the power of the vehicles, it sure is fun to watch. Here are two Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.0 trying to pull a Royal Enfield 350 Bullet. Who wins?

2 Yamaha YZF R15 V3 vs Royal Enfield Bullet 350

The video uploaded by Kp experiments shows two Royal Enfield bikes tied against the Royal Enfield Bullet 350. In the first attempt, one of the Yamaha R15 becomes free when the rope tied to it breaks. However, the single R15 keeps the heat on and keeps the tug-of-war alive between the two. Both the bikes can be heard revving but none of the bikes is able to pull the other successfully. Both of them can be seen doing a burnout on the dirt without getting a result.

In the next part of the video, both the Yamaha R15 bikes are securely tied with the Royal Enfield Bullet 350. When the tug-of-war starts, all the three bikes can be heard revving and doing burnouts. All the bikes are kicking dirt but without a result. In the end, there is no conclusive result. The two R15 bikes could not pull the Bullet and vice versa but it does not prove that Bullet 350’s power is as good as two R15 together.

First of all, the tug of war has been done on loose dirt surface. Because of the dirt, it is difficult for the bikes to get any traction. All the three bikes in the dirt are just doing burnouts and digging deeper in the ground rather than showing any real result and putting force on the opponent. This is why there is no difference in the result in both the attempts that were shown on the video.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 vs two Yamaha R15 V3s in a tug-of-war [Video]

Also, both the bikes belong to different segments totally. The Yamaha YZF-R15 V3 is a full-faired bike that is made to be agile and track-friendly. On the other hand, the Royal Enfield Bullet is made to be stable on the straight lines and it is not a cornering champion.

The Yamaha R15 V3 gets powered by a high-tech and much-advanced 155cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that revs high. It generates a maximum power of 19.3 Bhp at 10,000 rpm and peak torque of 15 Nm at 8,500 rpm. It gets a 6-speed transmission. Coming to the Royal Enfield Bullet 350, it gets powered by a single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that generates a maximum power of 19.8 Bhp at 5,250 rpm and peak torque of 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The bike gets a 5-speed transmission. Both Bullet and R15 are from different segments completely and cater to the different kinds of buyers in the market. The massive engine of the Bullet does not rev much and develops power at the lower RPMs, which makes it better at towing and winning tug-of-war but on road, it is much slower than the Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.