Indian streets are filled with incredible aftermarket modifications when it comes to bikes and cars and this one certainly qualifies as batshit crazy.
In a weird video clip, a Hero Splendor is seen adorned with more than 100 horns. Indian aftermarket bike modification houses come up with unique and borderline impractical ideas. In this case, the bike has been installed with 130 horns which is completely unnecessary. One would never use this and moreover, it will never be street-legal. But that doesn’t stop people from attempting some out-of-the-box techniques to make their automobiles look unique.
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Hero Splendor With 130 Horns
This post has been shared on Instagram by splendor_lover and mr_khokhar_72. The video clip shows a Splendor parked in an isolated area. A few other bikes and a tractor are seen parked nearby. But the main highlight is a black Hero Splendor parked at the centre with as many as 130 horns installed on it. Because there is no place to mount these horns, a frame of horns has been created extending in all directions out of the motorcycle. There has been enough space kept in the design pattern so that the rider can get a clear view of the road ahead.
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However, it will be extremely difficult to take this bike out on the road because of the sheer width. Not to mention, something like this will never be street legal due to the noise and safety hazards. Hence, it would be a great idea to keep it as an exhibition product but should not be attempted to take out on the streets. It is a great insight into the creative minds of people which can be termed as both, impressive and dumb. We will let you decide what you think of this particular project.
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While we understand people’s desires to make their bikes and cars look unique and stand apart from the crowd, you must be aware of the repercussions that come with them. Also, you must know that almost any kind of modification to any automobile is illegal in India. Some changes can be made but you must take permission from the RTO office. Depending on the rules in each state, a few modifications are allowed. Hence, before going for any aftermarket treatment, make sure to inquire at your local RTO.