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Royal Enfield motorcycles are among the most popular in India. And Royal Enfield bikes can also be modified very comfortably. The name of the bike seen in this picture is the Royal Enfield Scram 411.

Recently, a Chennai-based motorcycle company modified this great bike. For the customization of the Scrum, the company chose Crooked Motorcycles of Germany. Take a look ahead to see how Crooked has completely changed the look of the bike.

You would have never seen such a changed look of Royal Enfield

Let us tell you that while working on the project of this bike from Royal Enfield, there was a huge challenge in front of Crooked to give a completely different look and design to the bike. Also Read: This Car Created Havoc In India, Leaving Maruti Suzuki Behind And Reaching Number One

However, for this the character of the Scram 411 motorcycle had to be retained. Apart from this, the German-based company had only three weeks to complete the work. Now you can see how the modified version of the Royal Enfield bike looks.

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Let us tell you that most of the original panels of the Royal Enfield Scram 411 have been changed. Crooked has instead used the customize panel. At the same time, aluminum has been chosen for the body metal so that the bike can be given the desired look.

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The SuperScram features straight cut panels with a sharper profile. Apart from this, the custom fuel tank has been fitted under the seat by removing the stock fuel tank. It comes in the market with a snazzy pop-up filter cap.

On the other hand, the Supernova LED headlight has been added to the front of the modified Royal Enfield bike. At the same time, the taillights are customized and have been fitted into the lower part of the rear fender. Also Read: These Top 5 Cars Failed In Crash Test This Year, Putting Customers’ Safety At Risk

Things like the number plate, speedometer, and turn signals are missing from this bike. However, the pair of 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels have been retained. The Scram 411’s low fender, on the other hand, has been completely redesigned from Husqvarna’s enduro unit.

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