Accessories for Bullet Electra

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  1. Vaneja

    Vaneja RAID Rookie

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    Suggestions needed to buy accessories for brand new Royal Enfield Electra...

    Will be posting review soon.

    Cheers,

    Vivek Aneja

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    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Bike Accessories or personal(rider) ones too ?
     
  3. Vaneja

    Vaneja RAID Rookie

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    Bike

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  5. JD666

    JD666 RAID Leader Staff Member

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    Get the following at the very minimum -

    - Front Crash guard - This particular design saves the chassis and the front down tube from getting damaged in the event of a crash

    Front crash Guard Royal Enfield.jpg

    Image copyright of the watermark holder. Also the middle bar comes handy for another reason.


    - Rear Crash Guard - Again, really really useful. Also give that additional bulk and visual appeal to the bike.

    rear guard royal enfield.jpg


    - Motorcycle Cover - Will help against rusting and ensuring the chrome retains its sheen -


    Bike cover.jpg


    You could also get a fog light fitted on the lower left side to watch out for bumps, breaks and potholes, especially in the rain. But then it depends on how good the light of the new Enfield is. On my T-Bird, it was about average, so the additional light helped, especially in Fog.

    I also fitted 2 of those cheap LED flashers at the back, again for fog only.

    Note - The wiring to the fog light should be thru a separate switch with a suitable fuse (in-line cartridge type, you get it at any bike spare shop).


    Fog light.png
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    Oh, and a Raid101 sticker on the rear :D
     
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    Vaneja RAID Rookie

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    Got The Leg Guard Done... Will be going for the fog lights after 3 days as busy with some work... oh and already ordered the bike cover online...

    Cheers & Thanks
     
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    BANHAMMER Teh Almighty BanHammer Staff Member

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    Sari guard anyone
     
  9. JD666

    JD666 RAID Leader Staff Member

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    Has to be ditched, right at the showroom. Or you can sell it to your friendly kabadi wala. But no taking bike out of showroom with that on.
     
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    BANHAMMER Teh Almighty BanHammer Staff Member

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    No love for sari clad bhartiya nari
     
  12. JD666

    JD666 RAID Leader Staff Member

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    On my bike.
    No.
     
  13. crackpot

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    Get saddle bags for the rear seat. Looks awesome.
     

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