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Royal Enfield 1000cc Carberry Motorcycle Launched At Rs 7.35 Lakh

The new Royal Enfield 1000cc by Carberry Motorcycles is priced at Rs 7.35 lakh and the bookings are now open.

  • Shilpa Chopra
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Royal Enfield 1000cc Bike Revealed

The Australian based Carberry Motorcycles forayed into the Indian market last year and for all those enthusiasts awaiting to own the custom built 1000cc bike can now book one, as the company has opened bookings for the same. For all those not in the know, the 1000cc V-Twin bike derives power from two 500cc UCE engine units sourced from Royal Enfield. The mean machine can be had for Rs 7.35 lakh (ex-factory). While the bookings are now open, deliveries are likely to start within 4 to 7 months.

As a reminder, Paul Carberry collaborated with Jaspreet Singh Bhatia from Bhilai, Chattisgarh and moved operations to India last year. That said, the bike will be manufactured in Bhilai, Chattisgarh from where it will be exported to overseas markets. Along with bikes, the builders had also revealed plans to export engines to the custom builders in the overseas markets.

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The first batch of orders is restricted to 29 units and the waiting period is around 10 months. Although, the homologation process from ARAI is yet to be completed, but Carberry claims it is under process of acquiring the same. Also Read – Royal Enfield 750cc Motorcycle Launch Details Inside

The original model, dubbed ‘Carberry Double Barrel’ motorcycle manufactured in Australia runs on a 1000cc V-Twin cast-iron engine used in the older REs, though the new 55-degree V-Twin engine is sourced from the UCE derivative. The new engine features a dual carburettor set-up and is tuned to put out 52bhp against 82Nm of torque. Transmission duties are carried over by the 5-speed gearbox that comes with a seven-plate clutch. It additionally comes equipped with a heavy-duty starter and a heavy crankshaft.

The lifters and pump oilers get their own housings, while the exhaust system is separate from the engine system. A fuel-injected version of the bike is on the cards, though it is yet not clear as to when will it be launched.

The new Carberry Double Barrel will underpin the double cradle frame and will borrow a bunch of components with Royal Enfield. It will additionally use a host of custom components for the engine and bike along with disc brakes, muscular forks and standard ABS.

 

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