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Reply #15 on: July 02, 2020, 08:55:22 am
Roya Enfield 500 is a stylish bike. It looks bigger like a lion. Riding on royal Enfield is very very joyful. I am very thankful for this forum to share my feelings. Thank you.


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Reply #16 on: September 02, 2020, 12:03:49 am
Eagle56 - I have a stock '99 4 speed Bullet and get a lot of satisfaction out of it. The only "mods" to mine are the cone-style K&N and reconversion back to right-hand shift - gets rid of 10 pounds of sloppy, quirky linkage. Kept relatively stock (22ish BHP) we all agree they're 55-60 MPH machines. Put about $2500 in parts into one and it's a whole 'nother game, maybe 35-38 BHP and still with good reliability. ACE has polished his 535 Fireball conversion to a high gloss. A "Fireballed" engine, the Indian 5 speed, and the factory disc-brake front end and you'd really have something special. - ACR -
A brace of 1999 Bullets: 1 Red Deluxe, 1 Green Standard. Also, 1 wee orphan 1956 Fire Arrow project.