Bajaj Dominar 400 has been modified by a Thailand-based motorcycle customiser K-Speed. Called ‘Diablo Cyclops’ the modified Dominar now features a street scrambler design instead of a sports cruiser.
The new modified Dominar, the Diablo Cyclops is on display at Bajaj’s Auto’s pavilion at 2020 Bangkok International Motor Show. Despite COVID-19 Pandemic, the auto show has been organised with all the basic safety guidelines. The K-Speed’s modified Bajaj Dominar 400 retains several stock elements like wheels, engine, fuel tank, suspension unit, chassis and others.
The motorcycle misses out on fenders aka mudguards. The seat height has been adjusted, which makes it look taller than the regular model. K-Speed has also altered the rider triangle to suit the needs of an off-road ready motorcycle. The motorcycle is not likely to offer go-anywhere character of a scrambler, but it gets aggressive styling.
The K-Speed Diamblo Cyclops, modified Dominar has all-black colour theme. It features single-pod LED headlamp, knobby tyres, cover mirrors placed on the bar end, auxiliary lamps on the custom crash guards and underbody exhaust system, and new switches. The rear lamps and turn signals are placed under the seat.
Powering the motorcycle is the same 373.3cc liquid-cooled DOHC single-cylinder engine that is capable of producing 39.4bhp at 8,650rpm and a peak torque of 35Nm at 7,000rpm. It is paired to a 6-speed gearbox along with slipper clutch.
Source – K-Speed FB