Carberry has started its journey in India with its Royal Enfield 1000cc priced at INR 7.35 Lakhs (ex-factory). Carberry has started its journey in India with its Royal Enfield 1000cc. Carberry Motorcycles is the same tuner that operates from Australia and now operates from India as well.
The company is often credited with building proper higher capacity Royal Enfield motorcycles and accepted the booking for the high-capacity motorcycle and those vehicles will be taking the bookings for the 1st batch of 29 motorcycles at an initial booking amount of INR 1 lakh. The deliveries of the bikes would approximately take 10 months, depending on how early an individual book the bike.
This is the company’s first Carberry Double Barrel 1000 motorcycle based on a new frame. Before this, the manufacturer has fused two existing Royal Enfield 500cc engines in a V-Twin format. This is the first time they are using the new UEC engine unit.
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The bike Carberry first worked on was the cast-iron engine that blocks for the 1000cc bike which was a perfect fit inside a heavily modified chassis to deal with the increased load and stresses. This time, Carberry has made a brand new double-cradle frame featuring front and rear disc brakes with ABS.
The engine used in this bike is 1000cc 55-degree V-Twin unit which runs a dual carburetor setup and is mated to a 5-speed gearbox linked to a seven-plate clutch and a high-strength primary chain. The new unit has the ability to produce 53 bhp of power and 82 Nm of peak torque.
This is not an official motorcycle from Royal Enfield, but rather a product from an independent modifier which was tried to collaborate with Royal Enfield for the setup. Paul Carberry, the man behind Carberry V-Twin first tied with Jaspreet Singh Bhatia from Bhilai, Chattisgarh and then moved the operations of the company to Australia.
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Carberry has started its journey in India with its Royal Enfield 1000cc priced at INR 7.35 Lakhs (ex-factory)