Dating a royal enfield bullet
This model was supplied in very large numbers 1941–44 to many services and countries around the world.
Post-war, many reconditioned bikes appeared on the civilian market.
Previously available in several specifications, such as a flat-track style version of the Electra X, With Euro-4 compliant Unit Construction engine. Sold under the model name C5 in most International markets.
Features include fuel injection, solo seat and 18-inch rear wheel.
Features include a fuel-injected 500cc unit-construction engine which has been redesigned and bored out to 535cc, and cafe racer styling inspired by the historic 250cc Royal Enfield Continental, which was produced between 19.
Equipped with Brembo 300 mm front disc brake and Pirelli Sports Demon tyres in factory configuration, it represents a step up for Royal Enfield's brand integration and production quality.
Earlier bikes had Super Meteor spec Engine; but later bikes came with Constellation spec engine.
Royal Enfield Ensign, A two stroke of 148cc displacement and spring frame rear suspension, telescopic front forks, introduced in 1952/3. Based on the pre-war 350 cc side-valve bike, this model was supplied in large numbers to various military services and countries around the world, from 1939 to 1941.
In 2010, the classic iron-barrel engine was replaced with the 350 cc UCE engine.
Bullet 350 is the cheapest of all the Royal Enfield models and is devoid of an electric starter, front disc brake, and gas filled shocks. Historically sold worldwide in different variations with both 4-speed and 5-speed gearboxes (The 5-speed iron-barrel engine model was sold under the name Sixty-5).
A "Big Head" bullet was sold in the UK concurrently for the civilian market with a smaller inlet valve and Amal Monobloc carburetor.
Longest wheelbase of any post-war Royal Enfield; single Monobloc carb; distributor ignition; 16" wheels; Albion heavy-duty gearbox with AM prefix.