The Royal Enfield 350cc Custom in Army Green appears to be ready for battle.

Royal Enfield motorcycles are among the preferred choices of the Indian Army due to their rugged, go-anywhere nature. While Royal Enfield bikes come in a variety of colors, the olive-green color is undoubtedly the most striking on the streets.

For residents living near a cantonment or border area, olive green Royal Enfield motorcycles used by military troops are easy to detect. The majority of them have a matte surface. 'Eimor Customs' has created a custom-made Royal Enfield Standard 350 to add some more punch to the olive-green tint and make it more suited for civilian use.

Custom styling for the Royal Enfield Standard 350.

Bullet 350 was utilized for this customizing job. A lot of aesthetic adjustments have been implemented to improve the overall appearance and feel. In some ways, this unique bike also honors the Indian Army's glory and achievements.

The bike's vivid olive-green color first draws our attention. It has a glossy, almost mirror-like surface that is a visual pleasure. The Indian Army is represented by numerous insignias such as 'Satyamev Jayate' and 'Service Before Self.' These are visible on the gasoline tank and the side box lid.

The golden insignias of the Indian Army shine out against the glossy olive-green paint. Much of the bike's components, including the engine, alloy wheels, frame, and exhaust, are blacked out.

Other modifications include a front fender decoration in the shape of a thin metal strip. The headlamp has been modified with golden 5-stars, which represent the post of Field Marshal in the Indian Army. Field Marshal is the highest attainable rank in the Indian Army, equivalent to a 5-star general. It is mostly a ceremonial or military status. It has only been given twice in the Indian Army's history.

Another significant modification is the exhaust, which will most likely be an aftermarket item. It is far more streamlined and sinuous than the Bullet 350's comparatively bulkier, cylindrically formed unit. At both ends, stock tires have been replaced with dual-purpose block-pattern tires. The rest of the bike is nearly identical to the standard Bullet 350.

There are no performance updates.

This customization project is mostly concerned with aesthetic upgrades. The engine and associated gear have been kept in their original configuration. The current-generation Bullet 350 is powered by a 346cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 19.1 horsepower at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. It's paired with a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox.

The suspension system consists of front telescopic forks and twin rear shock absorbers with 5-step adjustable preload. The braking system consists of a 280 mm disc at the front and a 153 mm drum brake at the back. Anti-lock Break System (ABS) with a single channel is standard.

Bullet 350 will be released in its next-generation form soon, with an all-new engine and chassis. These modifications will be the same as those made to the Meteor 350 and Classic 350.

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