In India, customization of bikes. Most custom builds, especially the Bullet, are based on Royal Enfield motorcycles. The basic configuration of the bike may possibly be one of the key factors behind this.
The basis of this unique design it is difficult to understand that a Royal Enfield Bullet.
We encountered this time a little man who initially a Royal Enfield Shot, the Harley-Davidson Fat Man.
A custom motorcycle shop in Delhi took the chance to change the Bulletin a fat boy and that was too cool.
Through watching this custom building, obvious that it gave a lot of time, expertise and energy. Details will take care of. So much so that the original bike this project actually consists of, a Royal Enfield Bullet is very difficult to remember.
So, a multitude of parts was mounted such that this updated bullet. It would look the same as the original Harley-Davidson Fat Boy.
For starters, at the front end, a single-pod full-LED headlamp with LEDs available for this custom build-up. The front fork cover designed to make them look beefier. So, with a more cruiser-like travel stance, the handlebar has been removed.
The fuel tank configuration different and fitted with various chrome components. The fuel tank also fitted with a fully automated instrument console.
It seems, that the frame of the motorcycle has changed to attain the cruiser-like low-profile role.
Interestingly, though the Bullet’s original engine remained the same. It was housed inside a case close to that of the new Harley-Davidson Fat Boy V-twin model. There have been dual-exhaust tubing, too. But this is for the esthetics, we suppose.
The first 2020 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy can supply in two engine versions-Milwaukee-Eight 107 and military-eight 114. Delivering respectively 144 Nm and 156 Nm of maximum torque.
Several aftermarket parts used to look like the original Harley-Davidson Fat Boy.
The fat 200 mm section rear tire, the moving license plate, lateral turn signals. And revamped footpegs ND alloy wheels a section of the modified components used for construction.