Royal Enfield Himalayan modified by GRID7 in matt forest green colour

We all know that RE motorcycles can be modified easily. The below example of the Royal Enfield Himalayan modified by GRID7 will leave you mighty impressed. The final product is the handiwork of GRID7 Customs, a Kerala based modifier who has given the Himalayan a dual underseat exhaust, redesigned saddle, new headlight and a green colour scheme.

GRID7 Customs have done a terrific job of making this stock RE Himalayan into an exclusive piece of art. The Kerala based modifier mostly focuses on exhaust systems. In this case GRID7 did a lot of changes which make the off-road bike drool worthy.

The modified bike stands on a new set of tires. Compared to the stock model of the RE Himalayan, the GRID7 version gets 110/80 section tire at the front. Apart from that the back tire is now a 140/70-17 tire for better road grip. There are no mechanical changes to the bike.

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The under-seat exhausts are chrome coated and the number plate has been removed from the rear and attached to the left side of the bike. The motorbike gets a eye catchy green paint job which looks fabulous. All in all GRIP7 has done a great job of modifying the RE Himalayan.

Modified Royal Enfield Himalayan Photos

Royal Enfield Himalayan Specs

  • Engine Capacity – 411 cc
  • Number of Cylinders – 1
  • Maximum Power – 24.3 HP
  • Maximum Torque – 32 NM
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 15 litres
  • Number of Gears – 5
  • Seat Height – 800 mm
  • Kerb Weight – 199 kg
  • Ground Clearance – 200 mm
  • Top Speed – 145 Kmph

(Source – GRID7 Customs)

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