Reddy Customs has modified quite a few vehicles in the past including the popular Mahindra Scorpio Hunk. The Maharashtra-based customization garage has released a brand new modification based on the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and it is called the “Gangster”.
The modification took 40 days to complete from the scratch and that’s the reason we have not heard from them for a long time now. The result? Well, it is here and it looks fantastic. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been completely transformed into a futuristic bike and its loud styling gives it the name of the “Gangster”. The bike has been modified specially for an upcoming movie and most probably you will see it on the posters soon.
The modified Gangster bears no resemblance with the stock Royal Enfield Classic 350 and gets customised body panels all around. The body of the bike gets a three-shade paint scheme. There is orange, silver and black. The orange highlight can be seen on headlamps, fuel tank and the side box. The bike gets a new headlamp cowl, new fuel tank with custom shrouds, engine cover and a suspended single-seat that looks extremely good.
The bike also gets a big radiator-shaped engine cover. The rear of the seat gets the orange highlights too. The job has been done with great attention to the details and the final product looks quite good. The front bumper gets a gloss-matte finish and orange highlight in the middle. The bike truly looks very futuristic.
The bike gets the stock instrument cluster, engine, suspension and handlebar. Even the electricals and the switchgear have not been altered in any way. There are chrome rearview mirrors, aftermarket tyre at the front and a new cross-spoked rim at the rear that gets a much wider tyre than the stock. The front of the bike gets an aftermarket headlamp that gets a round-shaped DRL and four LEDs in the middle, that makes it very capable for night riding.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 is powered by a 346cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces a maximum power of 19.8 Bhp and a peak torque of 28 Nm. It gets a five-speed transmission. The Classic series of Royal Enfield is the best selling product from the brand. The vintage and retro looks of the bike with modern engineering make it very popular among the youths. Royal Enfield sells more than 50,000 units of Classic 350 on an average every month, which is huge.
The exact price of the modification cost is not known. As it is made for a movie, customers can go in with their own design inspiration to the Reddy Customs. The modification garage can even make a close replica of this very same model too. Price of such modification is based on various factors like the material used and how complicated the final product is.
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