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Royal Enfield Classic 350 is one of the most preferred choices among custom bike builders in and outside the country. Now a Hyderabad-based bike modification company named Eimor Customs has come up with a modified Classic 350 that has taken the form of a laid-back cruiser. The bike has been christened Vader.

It uses completely new body panels that lend it a very interesting design. There is a beach styled, pulled-back handlebar that comes dipped in chrome and a new high-raised fuel tank with flames graphics that give it a hardcore cruiser appeal. The tank gels in with two-piece step-up seats and there is also back support for the pillion rider.

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Along with the seats, all the engine components have been blacked out. There is a fat leg guard that sits at the front, giving a very muscular touch to the bike. There are spoke wheels at either end which are shod with meaty tyres. Along with the engine components, fenders have been given an all-black theme as well, while the front suspension rod gets a silver finishing.

Another significant update that draws instant attention is the aftermarket round headlamp which embeds LED elements. Moreover, the stock indicators have also been swapped with bullet indicators for a more aggressive appeal. What remains out of proportion though is the use of the funky aftermarket exhaust that appears to be disturbing the rather gorgeous theme of the bike.

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Mechanically, the changes remain none. At the heart of the bike sits the same 349 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. The transmission is also the same five-speed unit.