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 22hp@5600rpm 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 specifications
Engine and transmission
Type: Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, OHV, SI Engine, Air Cooled
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
Wheel: Base 1370mm
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.