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Enfield’s Thumping New Exhausts Are Road-Legal


Currently, Enfield has only designed these units for the Classic 350

  • There are four basic variations of a single end-can design.
  • You can get it in a peashooter, a slash cut, a straight cut or a tapered end style.
  • The end caps as well as the silencers can be found in a black or silver finish.

Continuing with its customisation schemes for the Classic 350, Royal Enfield has introduced new exhaust systems for its highly-popular motorcycle. Although the main unit is the same, what one can opt for is the finish of the end-can or the style of the end-cap. These units should be louder than the stock ones but Enfield has stated that the aftermarket end-cans meet the permissible noise limits.

The end-can as well as the end-caps arrive in either an all black or silver finish. There are four basic variations of the end-cap design -- peashooter, slash cut, straight cut and tapered end. These end-cans are straight fits on to the Classic 350. Prices start at Rs 3,300 for the slash cut, the straight cut and the tapered end costs Rs 3,450 each while the peashooter retails for Rs 3,600. Enfield claims that these units are 40 per cent lighter than the stock ones and have a 2 years warranty.

Royal Enfield is exploring with the customisation side for the Classic 350 as it recently announced an initiative where you could factory fit your bike with aftermarket accessories. Click here to know more details. Enfield does want to sell as many units of the bike as possible before the BS6 emissions kick in as we believe that the 347cc UCE motor will cease to exist from April 1, 2020. Hence, if you are looking for a retro roadster that is future ready, why not read our comparison review of the Benelli Imperiale 400, the Jawa and the Royal Enfield Classic 350.

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