The J&D Custom Co. has put out a new kit for your beloved Royal Enfield Classic, Bullet, Electra, and Standard 300 and 500 series that will convert it into a scrambler without involving any serious welding or mainframe cutting and if you just want to reinstate the old Royal Enfield feel to your bike, doing so won’t take a lot of effort or time.
This Scrambler kit available is identical to the quick bolt-on chopper kit that J&D Custom Co. earlier offered for the RE Thunderbird. That kit was terribly useful if you wanted to make your Thunderbird more touring-friendly without making any significant modifications to it.
There are only three major mandatory parts in this kit, the rest all the parts can be chosen according to your need mainly the Main Frame, the Tailight with rear indicators, and the seat, which is also customizable to your requirements. You could choose from three different color options for the Main Frame: Glossy Black, Rough Black, and Matte Black, though Rough Black is suggested for the riders who are meant to go for hardcore off-roading and long rides since it won’t go out of the aesthetic.
The best feature of the pillion seat is that it can be attached to the mainframe in about five minutes, along with a rack plate for transporting extra luggage. The remaining components are all simple to install and remove in accordance with your comfort and needs; the package provides all the essential mounting hardware and manuals.
You can create a custom bike look on the J&D Custom Co website by using a variety of additional kit components.
The other parts in the kit which are optional include:
- Front & Rear Mudguards.
- Saddle Stay.
- Windshield with Mounts.
- Bash Plate.
- Headlight Grills.
- Bark Busters.
- Fork Gaiters.
- Number Plate holder.
- Front Fork Brace.
Your Royal Enfield scrambler’s seat height will rise to 830mm after adding the mainframe, which is not a big variation from the stock bike. Since J&D Custom offers a warranty with each and every part and as we saw with the previous kit, the quality of the parts delivered will absolutely be high.
A nice bonus here would be that you can configure it according to your needs, so if you like it in the new avatar you can keep on adding things according to your need. The basic kit with all the mandatory parts will cost you around 12-13,000/- which is a nice deal if you want to try something new with your bike.
The required components, coupled with decent grips and front and rear mudguards, are something we’ll choose from this kit to help the bike stand out from the rest and give it a scrambler feel.
What will be your picks? Let us know in the comment section.