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Royal Enfield Bullet Electra

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Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Specifications:-

  • Engine:
    Type:Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, OHV, SI Engine, Air Cooled
    Displacement:346 cc
    Bore x Stroke:70 mm x 90 mm
    Max. Power:18 bhp @ 5000 rpm
    Max. Torque:32 nm @ 3000 rpm
    Transmission:4 Speed (Right foot gear shift)
    Ignition:Transistor Coil Ignition (TCI)
    Carburetor:Micarb VM 24


  • Dimensions:
    Ground Clearance:140 mm
    Saddle Height:740 mm
    Width:750 mm
    Wheel Base:1370 mm
    Length:2120 mm
    Height:1080 mm


  • Tyres:
    Front:3.25 x 19 4/6 PR
    Rear:3.25 x 19 4/6 PR
  • Electricals:
    System, Head Lamp:12V, 35 / 35 W
  • Brakes:
    Front:Drum 7″ Dia. Twin lead / Disc Brake 280 mm – optional
    Rear:Drum 6″ Dia. Single lead
  • Speed:
    Max. Speed:100 kmph


  • Suspension:
    Front:Telescopic, Hydraulic Damping
    Rear:Swing Arm with Adjustable and gas filled shock absorbers.
  • Royal Enfield Bullet Electra is an improved version of the standard Bullet. Bullet Electra is more user friendly and is equipped with several special features.
  • As regards user convenience, the foremost is the side stand. Now it can be easily used unlike that in the basic Bullet. The switchgear is greatly improved and so is the overall paint and plating. The oil leaks from crank-case cover joints and the general wear and tear has been taken care of to a large extent.
  • The special features that have been incorporated in Royal Enfield Bullet Electra are: white dial speedometer for better visibility at night; flatter and softer ribbed seat with extra foam for long and comfortable rides; Transistor Coil Ignition (TCI) System that ensures quick take-offs; gas-filled shock absorbers for a smooth ride; and new glass wool filled short bottle silencer that delivers a meatier thump.
  • Royal Enfield Bullet Electra is powered by a single cylinder 4 stroke 350cc engine. It delivers a peak power of 18 bhp @ 5000 rpm and a peak torque of 32 Nm @ 3000 rpm. The bike gives an average of 35-40 kmpl according to the way you ride her. In relaxed more, she will difinitely give better figures


  • Modified frame with new front forks, mudguard and disc brake
    Gas filled rear dampers
    Avon Super Venom and Roadrunner tyres
    Restyled panels, indicators and tank badges
    Fresh colour schemes
    Higher gearing than previous 500cc models
  • Royal Enfield have developed a 1950’s-styled version of the new Bullet Electra-X, which pays homage to the decade during which the classic Bullet first saw the light of day.
    While the Bullet Electra-X is very much a traditional British motorcycle, its appearance is typical of the Sixties. British customers like this new machine’s performance and reliability, but some wanted something with a Fifties look, so Watsonian Squire came up with the Classic.”
    Two versions have been produced; the standard Electra Classic gets a chrome-sided tank and matching chrome mudguards front and rear, which combine to give the bike the appearance of the 1950’s Bullet at first glance.
    For those seeking something that harks back to the original Bullet of 1949, there is a Solo Saddle model. This adds a leatherette solo sprung saddle and luggage rack to the chrome tank and guards, taking the Bullet Electra into another decade altogether.

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