Yes you can change both tyres and swing arm change depends on what tyre size you are going for. You need to check with some motorcycle modification house and this kind of jobs are not done in the Company service centre.
| 1 week ago
Yes you can upgrade for alloy wheels. Just rims alone should be changed if you not up-sizing the tyre.
| 1 month ago
@ Prasant | Yes you can change the wheels the cost of wheels will be around 15k
Cost of alloys is less than 10K and you can change it without changing the bend pipe.
No not the Bullet 350 but other bikes of RE will now be available with alloy wheels. You can get the alloys fitted in the bike any time even after market or at the time of purchase you can get them fitted at the showroom itself. I would suggest you to let the bike bike as it is because its a Old-school model and completely gives a Royal feeling while Riding it.
| 2 days ago
No Royal Enfield Bullet doesn't come with Alloys fitted.
I have standard Bullet 350cc (1997 model) and its gear box system is different from engine where as new engines have combine gear box and engine....in new engines if you have any problem in gearbox you have to open whole engine whereas in old engine there is a separate gearbox attached with the engine u don't need to touch the engine.....if you want to buy old model you can contact me on +91 985****329
| 1 year ago
The gear system on royal Enfield is similar to other sports bike on market. For first gear you push the lever downward then up comes Nutral and Up 2,3,4 and so on to fifth. Depending upon your comfort in bike you can choose between Standard and Cassic. Standard is a bit high then Classic. Classic gives you a low ride experience comparing to most of the Royal Enfield's.
| 1 year ago
The Gear box in Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is a slick shifting one on my personal bike........The pattern is:-1st gear is up and rest four gears down.. neutral is between 1st and 2nd gear... Bullet is a very good bike indeed........If you want real ROYAL ENFIELD feeling then you should definitely go for the Bullet.......hope your queries are solved...😄😄
Crank weight for the different models of 350 RE is different. The much older ones used to weigh much over 10.5 kgs. The new models are lesser than 10.5 kgs. Crank shafts of other competing bikes have lesser weight than the current REs.
| 1 year ago
Technically STD 350 camshaft is more heavier than classic 350 . It slow speed you can go for higher gears.8.5 Kg for classic 350 . Around 10.8 kg for STD 350 UCE engine. Cast iron engine camshaft is around 13.5 kg.
| 6 months ago
Might be 9.5 ... to reduce the torque output from self motor