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Bikes and Scooters That You Can Modify

Best Customized Bike: Some bikers modify their machines for more power, while others do it to look cool, trendy, or hot. You are in for a treat if you own any of these motorcycles. They can become an ideal platform for such expressions (modifications). Bikes from Yamaha, KTM, Royal Enfield, and other motorcycle manufacturers are on the list.

Best Modified Bikes: Every enthusiast modifies their vehicle for various reasons. Despite the perception that the canvas is small, the possibilities are endless with motorcycles. The limits are endless, from making cosmetic changes to installing an air filter, changing sprockets, fitting with grippy tyres, or changing the ECU.

However, not all bikes are suitable for modification. Those that are valuable have the potential to grow into unique structures. Here are the best motorcycles that are well-suited for such a spirited performance. Additionally, if you own any of these two-wheelers, your home is a real “goldmine” (in terms of customization).

Interceptor 650/ Continental GT 650

Every member of the Royal Enfield lineup has promoted the culture of bike customization. The most enjoyable powertrain at the moment is the RE’s 650cc engine. Also, the twin-cylinder motorcycles with the lowest starting prices in the market are the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. A few minor aesthetic improvements, like a flat and wide seat, an aftermarket exhaust pipe, and a custom paint job, make the bike look better without sacrificing the basic design.

Royal Enfield Classic/Bullet

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is another motorcycle that gets some cool changes. Many examples exist, from the long wheelbase to the tall handlebar. To give the Classic 350 a classy exhaust, many enthusiasts have fitted aftermarket exhausts to the bike. Simply put, fans of the adaptation have fallen in love with the classic and the Bullet 350.

Yamaha R15

The Yamaha R15 is great for beginners to learn the “art of racing,” like the Himalayan. Yamaha has stuffed the current-gen R15 V4 with tech to make it ideal for the racecourse, including cornering ABS and traction control. Regarding the R15 upgrade, enthusiasts can choose between ECU remapping or aftermarket exhaust. For visual appeal, many enthusiasts have picked up on the quirky choices that make the R15 too similar to its bigger sibling, like the R6 or R1.

KTM RC 200/390

The RC family of super sports bikes, all based on the same trellis frame, are just as explosive as their naked counterparts. Also, according to KTM, the RC 390 has “racetrack DNA for the street.”

The most popular modifications include a remapped ECU, which changes how power is delivered or increases the rev limit. In comparison, some others include a piggyback power box that allows you to switch between modes and allows you to plug it in as needed.

Royal Enfield Himalayan

The Royal Enfield Himalayan is one of the easiest bikes to learn off-road riding. This strengthens the argument about why many Indians consider it the best ADV. Several aftermarket components that are readily available allow the Himalaya to perform its job optimally for transporting goods. Also, many people changed it to resemble a Scrambler, and the result was more exciting than the Scram 411.

Yamaha Aerox 155

Yamaha Aerox 155, the only maxi-scooter on this list, is one of the most exciting scooters you can buy, especially if you are a fan. With various unique color options, 15-inch knobby tyres, and an aftermarket exhaust for the enticing sound, Voila! You need a better machine.

KTM Duke 200/390

The KTM Duke already looks dangerous without the trim. Four different engine options offer their respective segment the highest power and torque, making them even more attractive than their direct rivals. Still, if you’re not satisfied with the factory output, an aftermarket exhaust upgrade, a sprocket with more teeth, and slick tyres (if possible) can make the KTM Duke 390 the sports bike of your dreams. There are many creative examples on the internet from which you can get more inspiration for its visual appeal.

This is not an exhaustive list. Everyone has their interpretation of a bike or scooter, as with most two-wheeler enthusiasts, and modification is a medium to express themselves. 

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