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Old 10th November 2009, 11:58   #1
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Fellow TEAM-BHPians,

After over a year of effort, it gives me great pride to present before you the RR700 Prostreet Turbo. The bike is now almost ready, and I think is India's (if not the world's) first turbo charged single cylinder custom bike using the antiquated Royal Enfield powerplant. The bike is the result of more than a year of hard work by its creator and conceptualiser, Ranjit Randhawa a gentleman farmer based in Kharar near Punjab. Ranjit is in my mind, one of the finest automotive brains in the country and the RR700 Prostreet is his finest creation till date.

I have entered my motorcycle in the RE Rider Mania Custom bike competition and intend to ride it to Goa for the Rider Mania taking place this month. As opposed to mostly cosmetic / visual changes, this bike sports extensive modifications to the power plant as well as the visual appearance of the motorcycle. A true custom with both custom made internals and externals.

The bike handles like a dream and performance is DEADLY. We estimate BHP output to above 40bhp and an exponential increase in the tourque. I kid you not, the bike does wheel spins in second gear when the throttle is yanked. I guess I can give more objective data when the bike is tested by an auto mag.

I am attaching a few bike pictures. The mods made to the bike are too many. However, a brief list of the bike specs and mods is enclosed.

More details will follow.

Thanks for looking...

Ride hard, ride safe
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MODS ON THE RR700

Frame, suspension and brakes

1. All new tailor made custom frame
2. Engine offset to accommodate large 200 cross section tyre
3. Custom made 17” 6 spoke front and rear alloy wheels
4. Tyre dimensions: Front: 120”, Rear: 200”
5. Mono-shock rising link rate rear suspension. Fully adjustable – load, preload, damping sourced from a CBR900RR
6. Fully adjustable front suspension sourced from a CBR 900RR.
7. Hand made fiber glass front and rear fenders with tire hugging profile
8. Custom made user friendly chain adjustment mechanism
9. Custom made 4 pot hydraulic rear sprocket brake.
10. Custom made housing and installation of rear brake master cylinder
11. 4 pot hydraulic front brakes and rotors sourced from an earlier model R1
12. Rubber bush mounted engine
13. Custom made handle bars tailor made to suit my riding stance. All wiring and cables hidden inside handle bars and frame.
14. Custom made, hand crafted twin body 20 litre capacity petrol tank

Engine

15. 535 cc stock Enfield engine souped up to 700 cc by lengthening the stroke and increasing the bore.
16. Custom modified crank shaft and connecting rod
17. Low friction, high compression piston sourced from Honda CRV SUV
18. Large CV carb sourced from a Honda 450 super 4
19. Engine compression ratio raised from a std 5.5 / 6:1 to 8.5 by reworking the head profile and tightening the squish zone
20. IHI RHB 31 turbo with custom made plumbing and fitment
21. Custom made heavy duty electrical starter motor housing and installation
22. Custom made twin spark digital ignition system to replace the stock points system
23. Stock 5 speed Royal Enfield gear box
24. Custom made gear shift mechanism. Gear shift on the left and braking system, on the right side.
25. Custom made free flow exhaust system
26. Custom made wiring harness to accommodate high voltage twin spark, powerful lights and loud horns
27. 12 V, 18 amph sealed Exide battery

Others
28. Custom made, billet aluminium Cyclops twin headlight
29. Custom made rear LED tail light
30. LED turn signals
31. Custom made digital speedometer with integrated trip meter recessed into the fuel tank
32. Custom made digital display for Neutral indicator, high beam, low beam, turn signal- recessed into the fuel tank

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Old 10th November 2009, 19:17   #2
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That's one hell of a bike you got there, I like the mods done, and the over look is fasntastic. Overall, very good, I would love to have one of these.
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Great efforts have gone in there.

All the best for the RE Rider Mania 2009. I'm sure your hardwork will payback.

Also, it would be great if we can have a picture of the fuel tank from above to understand how the speedo and other functionalities have been integrated with the tank.

Once again, great job and happy thumping.
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Super Nice! Great work!
Congrats man Yours must be the first turbocharged two wheeler in the country! Put up a video if possible, i really wanna see your baby fly!

Is it built by Antony?


Edit: How much boost is it running?

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Very neat and class modification, eagerly waiting for performance details if you don't mind sharing it.
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Wow! Amazing work and it shows how much of hard work has gone into it.. All the best for the RE Rider Mania mate!!
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Fantastic job! I think the bike would have looked even meaner and deadlier in matte black.
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Yours must be the first turbocharged two wheeler in the country!
I think a bunch of mallu college kids beat him to it
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...-turbo-ed.html
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I think a bunch of mallu college kids beat him to it
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...-turbo-ed.html
No wonder i missed that thread, you posted it on May 24th. I was in for major repair
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Thats a lovely mod job.

If you can make another one of this kind in black, Batman would be interested in buying.
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Looking at the bike again, I wonder, are there any rear breaks on the bike, looks like there are none, can see on front disks.
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Great attempt, Turbo .
can we have some more photos- Close ups, internals etc.

@ Sankar bhai, happy? i remember a post of yours longing to see a turbo Enfield.

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Looking at the bike again, I wonder, are there any rear breaks on the bike, looks like there are none, can see on front disks.
Haha.. i knew someone would miss the rear brake on this one! The rear brake disk is the rear sprocket. Caliper grabs the sprocket. Sprotor concept.

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@ Sankar bhai, happy? i remember a post of yours longing to see a turbo Enfield.
Would be more happy if he posts a video

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My god what is it?....Awesome job man. IMHO the color theme should have been better and some more chrome to the engine....
Great work man. Congrats

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Looking at the bike again, I wonder, are there any rear breaks on the bike, looks like there are none, can see on front disks.
I think he already talked about that
"9. Custom made 4 pot hydraulic rear sprocket brake."

Doesn't it have a number plate?!

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Wow very interesting mod job, how is the engine handling the turbo job. Any rough performance figures?

and greenhorn this is a petrol turbo and that was a diesel engine?
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