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Himalayan 450 Factory Racer

We have details and photos of Gary Birtwistle's Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 racer in our STORIES section.

We also have these details on the spec (or as much of it as Royal Enfield are willing to share).

This from a Royal Enfield insider, 'The bike feels inbetween a Rotax framer and a DTX bike (which makes sense as we took elements of his C&J Rotax and his Husky to find the current geometry), with the power characteristic of a big single and the lower centre of gravity of a framer, but has the stance and ergonomics of a DTX bike. Gary is able to find traction in a different way to a DTX bike.' 

Photo: Braking Point Images


Standard main frame, weight saving by cutting out unnecessary brackets ( ie, centre stand mounts and side stand mounts)

Aluminium subframe with dimple dies gussets , integrated airbox mount and battery tray.

De-rake cups (-1 deg & -1.5deg depending on track)

Custom triple trees with adjustable offset cups ( 0, 2, 4mm)

4130 chromoly swingarm

Aluminium fuel cell ( 6.5L)

Magnesium valve cover

Nitron TVT 43 front forks with DLC stanchions

Nitron R3 rear shock

Lowery Racing wheels

Custom 300mm brake disc

Interchangeable rear caliper mount ( 4 pistons and 2 pistons)

Prepreg carbon bodywork

Custom neoprene seat

3D printed airbox with quick change Twinair filter

Protaper CR high bars

Protaper clutch perch

Titanium footpegs with custom foot control plate

Apico forged brake lever

Royal Enfield Genuine Accessories adventure aluminium adjustable gear lever

Motion Pro throttle

Jenvey throttle body (bigger)

304 stainless stepped exhaust with Arrow silencer

Fully programmable ECU

Brembo integrated reservoir rear master cylinder

Engine internals (secret sauce but pretty good old-fashioned tuning)

Standard radiator

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Yukia Nanilas
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