It seems like the modern aftermarket modification shops can make any motorcycle out of any motorcycle. The modification game among these players is getting stronger with each passing day.
These videos highlight the mad talent that the local modifiers have where they have developed an affordable version of the Royal Enfield out of a Bajaj CT100 and Caliber. Looking at most conversions, it is certain that the most popular choice of bike that people want is the Royal Enfield Bullet. The aftermarket bike modifiers have realised this and have developed innovative ways to make a Bullet out of possibly any old bike out there. Additionally, these versions are much more affordable compared to the original product.
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Affordable Royal Enfield From CT100
The video captures all the products that have been used to convert a Bajaj Caliber to the Royal Enfield Bullet, along with the prices of each component. The seats for the bullet cost Rs 1,000, the last part of the silencer costs Rs 550, the handlebar is worth Rs 350, the fuel tank for the bullet retails for 1,450, the iconic side panel used in the Bullet costs Rs 1,000, the fuel tank cap comes at Rs 150, the taillamp costs Rs 300, the handle handgrip can be had for as low as Rs 70, the four turn indicators cost Rs 600 (Rs 150 each), the horn can be bought for Rs 250, the front headlight costs Rs 1,000 that has a projector lamp and LED DRLs.
We must mention here that these prices are what the modifiers have given. You might add or remove any spare part from this list or buy the same components for different prices. But even if you add the cost of the engine, chassis and suspension from some other bike, the total cost to make a Royal Enfield Bullet would hover in the Rs 50,000 region. Compared to the original asking price of more than Rs 1.45 lakh, ex-showroom, this would cost you just 1/3rd.
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That is precisely the reason why so many Bullet lovers are turning to such aftermarket solutions. If you have an old bike, then you could use many parts from that as it is. In essence, this seems to be the ideal way to build your own Bullet at attractive prices.