YouTubers and drag races are becoming increasingly popular these days and this is a great video to capture another interesting competition.
A drag race between the Honda H’ness 350 and RE Bullet Electra 350 is bound to be nail-biting. Both these giants are popular tourer bikes that wear the retro-themed elements with pride. As a matter of fact, that is the reason why people are so in love with the RE bikes, to begin with. However, the Bullet is quite raw and barebones compared to the H’ness, which is a bit more smooth and refined. Let us check out what the results of this drag race are.
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Honda H’ness vs Royal Enfield Bullet Drag Race
The YouTuber commences the race with the blow of 3 horns. As expected, the H’ness takes the lead from the very beginning. The bike is more powerful than the Bullet and that shows in the real-life performance too. But the sheer gap that the H’ness is able to maintain is quite surprising. But then again, Bullet is not known for its acceleration. In fact, it is the opposite of that in the sense that people prefer it to enjoy the slow ride on it. That is the reason why the H’ness was able to defeat the Bullet in this drag race. In the second attempt, the results remained the same.
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The Royal Enfield Bullet comes with a 346 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine making 19.36 PS and 28 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. This engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission. It has a double-tube spine frame with a 35 mm telescopic front fork at the front and twin rear shock absorbers with a five-step adjustable preload. The Bullet has 19-inch spoked wheels at both ends. The RE Bullet 350 ranges from Rs 1.48 lakh to Rs 1.63 lakh, ex-showroom.
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On the other hand, the Honda H’ness comes with a 348.36-cc single-cylinder air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that produces 21 PS and 30 Nm of peak power and torque. This engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission with an assist and slipper clutch for smooth gearshifts. The bike has a half-duplex cradle frame with telescopic front forks and twin shock absorbers at the rear. The prices of the Honda H’ness range from Rs 1.98 lakh and go all the way up to Rs 2.06 lakh, ex-showroom.