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Looks like this place need some more life, hopefully soon we will have members sharing their bikes and cars pictures. For time being , I am sharing picture bike of Mr. Rajesh Chauhan, I have taken his consent, he is an Royal Enfield die-hard fan. Currently he own two bikes, one is machismo 500 and other he owns RE lightening. Hopefully he will himself share pictures and details about his lightening . Currently I am uploading one picture of his bike. I have more pictures but they didn't look good when uploaded to PC, I will ask him again to give me some good snaps.

So, you can see his bike, he has done chrome job on fuel tank, actually fuel tank is lot wider, it doesn't wider look in this picture. Also, you can see he has this wider and taller handlebar. Also, he has done some  job on seats to make them more comfy, you can see new classic's tail lamp, actually bike looks far more clean and impressive in real life than picture.

Believe it or not, I have driven it, its a real head turner with its all free flow pipe. I see heads turning when I ride my TB but when I rode this one, I felt that even more people are noticing you. Also its seating position is very good for long riding, felt like I am sitting on my couch.

Since our community is new, I am taking initiative to share some good modified and customized Royal Enfield aka Bullet pictures. You are invited to post pictures of bullet you / RE you find interesting and it would be great if post pictures you clicked in reality. It doesn't matter if its your own bullet or not but you can share here because you share the passion of THUMP.

I am sharing first one below:

What I liked about this is the sheer amount of  work has been done it yet it is clean.

NOTE: If you happen to be owner of any bike in this thread then please let us know, we really want to appreciate you for customization of your bike

Bikers Lounge / Wider Handlebar for RE Thunderbird bike
« on: October 11, 2012, 12:17:02 PM »
Hi, I am planning to change handlebar for my thunderbird, the current one ie. the stock handlebar is fine but I am looking for wider handling setup. I am looking something like following :

The above is taken from vardenchi modified RE.

However, I am not looking for something very wide or very tall, infact should be shorter in elevation than stock TE handle bars.  So, can I swap it with some other bike's handlebar which will give me the desired holding position or I may need to go for something custom ?

Bikers Lounge / HID lamp Assembly Royal Enfield thunderbird with Relays
« on: October 09, 2012, 06:55:57 AM »

I have recently installed HID kit in my RE thunderbird bike, the HID is working fine and as expected, however recently someone told me that I should have relay in my HID otherwise it will drain battery quickly. So far I am not finding any issue, its been few days and had a ride of an hour or so in night too . My battery is new from Aamron so may be I won't face any issue. But I am not sure, so to be on safe side, do I need relay in the circuit of HID ?
The HID has two boxes, I thought one is with relay, also my HID is AC as per written on its box. I must admit that I went for HID without any prior investigation so I am not sure if I the best stuff or proper stuff.

Any suggestion will be appreciated.

The Showoff / My red Royal Enfield thunder bird - pictures showoff
« on: October 01, 2012, 07:03:00 PM »
Here I am sharing pictures of my toy, my bike Maroon / dark red Royal Enfield Thunderbird. I will try to add more pictures, currently attaching following.

You can see I have Studds Downtown open face modular helmet, a perfect companion for this bike. I have not done any modification in bike other than removal of backrest, everything else is intact as original.

More pics will come soon..

I am planning to add left and right side box on my royal enfield thunderbird bike however, in market I was only able to find right side box. I need it for both left and right side so that I don't have to use reverse on left side.

I searched whole market and even checked studds website, I was not able to spot the studds cruiser box for left side also. So it means we can't procure left side studds cruiser box in India ?

I know saddle box are good but I am looking for plastic box as they have advantage of being waterproof as well as safer because you can lock them.

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