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Old 24th June 2004, 18:20   #1
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Clicked in Delhi last weekend. This is one of the best custom jobs I have seen on an Enfield till date! The execution of the dummy 2nd cylinder is done very well. The chrome has to be seen to be believed...amazing finish to it.

The handlebar, switches, pegs, twin exhausts, everything is done very well. This guy really put some serious effort into it! I jsut wish I had a better camera (actually my batteries were weak, hence the flash was low) to give justice to this job.

I met with the builder and could feel his passion as he spoke about it. He says it cost him around 60,000/- in total to do this. Everything was done himself. For those who want the same thing, or anything else done to their bikes, contact Onkarpreet at modbike@usa.com

My only gripe....the Harley logo's all over. He should have stuck with the Royal Enfield badge, or just left it without anything.

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Old 24th June 2004, 20:10   #2
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Awesome!!! brilliant job...gives me a few ideas...
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Old 25th June 2004, 00:59   #3
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Hey Rtech this is a Dummy job but a guy from Australia has actually combined two 500cc Enfeild Engines and to make a 1000cc engine for his bike!!!



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Old 25th June 2004, 01:06   #4
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awesome...how did he manage that??
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Old 3rd July 2004, 12:28   #5
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it looks great somehow i still prefer, not puttin any dummy cylinders on the bike, always ike somehting that works, well everyone has thier preference
looks awesome though, cant argue with that a very good job
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this is the best bullet i've seen in my life. wud love to get my hands on it.

btw, nobody's gonna believe its a bullet after seeing it. so , i recommend having the harley logos.
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wow coool, i wonder how did i miss this topic!
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Old 19th October 2005, 15:42   #8
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Hey !
The pictures are not available for viewing...I would like to see the Bullet...especially after reading the reviews by the others...please put up the pictures once again...and yes...anyone can help me out by letting me know about which bullet is a best buy for about 90 K...would like to know...how I can spend my money wisely...
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Old 19th October 2005, 17:23   #9
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Yeah..I also want to c the Bull! Please upload them
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Hmm...can't remember where I uploaded them! Will repost them, but not for a few days.
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Hey Rtech this is a Dummy job but a guy from Australia has actually combined two 500cc Enfeild Engines and to make a 1000cc engine for his bike!!!
I knew someone did that...I wanted to myself, was willin to buy another 500cc engine, but my mech doesn't know how to ............any more info on that?
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Old 26th May 2006, 03:32   #12
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Beats photoshop-ing any day ;-D

Awesome effort by the dude.. looks hot(never though i'd say this about an enfield).
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That is an awesome piece of metal and paint work on a bullet. The best one i have seen till date...
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look wise its kinda kool though... but whats the point of having a dummy cylinder.....
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lookin good...
but i've seen better modifications done by him(Onkarpreet of Modbike)....
i'll try getting the pics and will upload them here.....
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