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This is a 2013 Desert Storm 500. Our client always found it difficult with the height and maneuvering. Before coming to us, in 5 years, the bike has not been rode for more than 5000 kms. The requirement was not only to reduce the height
but also to give the bike a rebirth, a new look and feel. As you can see we have resorted to 120mm tyres and 16 inch wheels. We have made vintage style big mudguards to balance out the wheel size reduction. Rear Disc system has been
installed. The mudguard fitting arrangements have been beautifully crafted. The stock headlight casing was removed, and we have made a separate housing for the speedometer and the fuel gauge. The ignition has been shifted to the oval box on
the right side. We have gone for smaller cycle type headlight with grill. The Taillight and indicators have also been tastefully selected. The new Tank looks beautiful with the sides sliced off. Both the rider seat and the pillion seat
has been made into a spring type arrangement. The backrest with the pillion seat is also in the similar shape as the mudguard stays. The exhaust as well is not a regular one. What attracts the most is the signature Eimor Customs paint job. With the tank standing out in Glossy finish, with Vintage styled Gold Leaf work and the rest of the body in matte jet black, it creates a beautiful combination. There is also a matching helmet with this bike. We call her Allura, and we
strongly believe she can allure, she can entice quite a many curious gazes.
This motorcycle is primarily a Bobber(Single seater, aggressive stance and minimalist body) and is actually brain child of our Customer, Mr. Srinivas. He had collected multiple images, and he wanted a bike which is a combination of
similar images. Thankfully, he did his research well and had pictures of bikes from the same genre/Style. We had a great discussion, decided on what will look good and what wont. The idea was to preserve the Royal Enfield's Head case and
tank, for its iconic Tiger inspired look. The work includes stretching of the wheel base by 4 inches, changing the wheels to 18 inch front and rear, and MOTO C tyres from MRF for that Bobber Look, Clubman Handle bars for an aggressive
stance, small yet beautiful fenders and its unique fittings, side number plate and tail light assembly, vintage type blinkers for rear and bar end blinkers on the front side.. The paint job on this bike includes Glossy Black on all body parts except tank. The tank has a metallic dark burgandy color to it, which looks primarily black until light falls on it. The engine is painted in black and covers are all buffed. The Megaphone silencer is just apt for this arrangement. Mr. Srinivas turned 43, and thus this bike is named 43. This motorcycle oozes out with elegance and simplicity. Please comment on below if you like the work.. Drop an email to if you want similar work for your bike.
This motorcycle custom built is done on a Royal Enfield Desert Storm 500 cc. As you can see, this bike has got a vintage World War II kind of look, much like our previous work "Johnnie". We have used 4.25x18” big block, MRF Moto C tires both front and back. They give the bike a muscular look and feel. In the rear we have installed a rear disc brake system. The front fender has been beautifully crafted to give it a sleek and slender look. The headlamp casing has been changed to 1950’s style. The fuel meter is placed on the headlight casing; we have added an ammeter (which does not come in 500cc Enfield) and shifted in a box and placed it where the left tool box comes. The handle bar has not been changed. The mirrors are standard model black mirrors. The taillight and indicators have been tastefully selected. We have made vintage style tan brown spring style seat. There is also a pillion seat. That existing tank was customized with thigh pads matching the seat upholstery. There is also use of brass at places. There is brass number plate on front mudguard The handlebar end weights are also made of brass and bear the company branding. There is also a brass token holder. We have added an ammunition box which will serve as a first aid box and an utility box. These have been fastened tight with specially made genuine leather belts. The crash bar is a military style butterfly crash guard. There are yellow fog lamps on both sides. The color is a glossy dark Prussian Blue. The wheels and other parts have been tastefully powder coated in matte black. Overall this bike was a pleasure to work on. And this bad boy is out on streets. We call him Brasco...Donnie Brasco.