Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Converted To Scrambler: Will Get Your Attention

Royal Enfield is one of the most popular brands when it comes to tuning motorcycles. This is because they are relatively easier to use in shops and can be modified for different body types. The most affordable motorcycle in the Royal Enfield range is the Hunter 350, which shares its underpinnings with Royal Enfield’s other J-platform motorcycles. People have started modifying their Hunter 350, which is a custom one from Neev Motorcycles.

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April 7, 2023 at 17:03 pm

The tuning shop completely changed the look of the Hunter 350, changing it to a scrambler. Neev Motorcycles had to make several CNC machined parts for this build. However, the first thing people will notice is the motorcycle’s paint scheme. It is finished in a combination of black and gray. The workshop is also galvanized, chromed and powder coated.

The lighting elements on the motorcycle have been upgraded. As such, it now features LED headlights, turn indicators and taillights. The mirrors and handles on the Hunter 350 are also new. Fork covers are used on the front suspension to protect them from dirt. The triple tree is CNC cut to enhance the front look.

Neev Motorcycles made no changes to the engine.

Several components are handcrafted for custom builds. There are new front and rear fenders. Tank details are also done by the shop. The seat is now ribbed for a Scrambler look. There are new wheel wells, sump guards and a new license plate assembly.

Also read: Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 tastefully converted into a cruiser

Aside from a new exhaust system, also developed by Neev Motorcycles, there are no changes to the engine. It’s the same 349 cc BS6 engine producing 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of torque. The duty transmission is a 5-speed unit.

First published date: April 7, 2023 at 17:03 PM CST

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