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Royal Enfield Bullet 500

Royal Enfield Bullet 500 review

Starting from 1932, the Bullet model has conquered thousands of admirers all over the world with its unique design and comfortable handleability. The Bullet 500 is a result of 80 years of production development of one of the most famous Royal Endfield models.

Bullet 500 motorcycle tempers performance, reliability and matchless design with such up-to-date technological innovation as electronic fuel injection system.

Enfield Bullet 500 motorcycle comes with several special features. These include chrome plated mud-guards, sturdy cast-iron engine, electric start, disc brake, traditional 4-speed gearbox with right foot gear shift, gas filed shock absorbers, and an upgraded electrical system with a heavy duty alternators. Royal Enfield Bullet is powered by a single cylinder motorcycle, 4-stroke, 500cc engine. It delivers a peak power of [email protected] and a peak torque of 35.8Nm @3000rpm. More specs and user manual of Enfield Bullet 500 you can see in next overview.

Royal Enfield Bullet 500

Royal Enfield Bullet 500 specifications

Engine and transmission
Type: Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, OHV, SI Engine, Air Cooled
Displacement: 499cc
Bore x Stroke: 84 mm x 90 mm
Max. Power: 22 bhp @5500 rpm
Max. Torque: 35.9 nm @3000 rpm
Ignition: CB point
Carburetor: Micarb VM28

Chassis and dimensions
Ground: Clearance 140 mm
Width: 750mm
Wheel: Base 1370mm
Length: 2120mm
Height: 1080mm
Front: 3.25x19 4/6
Rear: 3.50x19 4/6
System, Head Lamp 12V, 35 W
Front: Drum Brake 280 mm
Max. Speed: 120 km/h
Front: Telescopic, Hydraulic Damping
Rear: Swing Arm with Adjustable and gas filled shock absorbers.

Royal Enfield Bullet 500
retro classic

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