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Royal Enfield Cafe Racer

Joined
May 2, 2009
Messages
64
Location
Austin
#2
Holy Crap I want that bike. I eventually want a cafe racer and my Ducati in my garage. I dont see that ever happening, but now I have something to dream about.

Collin
 
Joined
Sep 27, 2007
Messages
7,195
Location
Northern Fayette County
#3
I've always wanted a Royal Enfield since I 1st saw a pic of one awhile back, one or another model is on my bucket list of bikes. Guess I'd look pretty stupid riding one with my current gear though. :lol2: I can't imagine dressing for the role. :nono: I don't want one that bad! :rofl: Seriously though, wouldn't you love to run across a Brit model garage find?:trust:
 
Joined
Oct 13, 2007
Messages
2,036
Location
Georgetown,TX.
#9
Do they have enough power to run the highway and have they fixed the imploding troubles of a few years back? I sure love the look of these bikes.
 
Joined
Feb 5, 2012
Messages
150
Location
Springtown Texas (west of DFW)
#10
Yes, the current Royal Enfields with the UCE fuel injected engine will run highway speeds no problem.

No matter how enticing that picture above looks though, just know the exhaust won't make the cut. US spec bikes get a huge catalytic converter exhaust.
 
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