While searching for the answer to “Why Royal Enfield vibrates?” I stumbled upon different sets of answers. Some of them said, that it is due to the “Air-fuel” mixture ratio, some said that it is because of the long stroke cylinder design, which inherently makes more vibrations. So I went on a journey deep within the internet to identify the main culprit of Vibrations so we can create a smooth running Royal Enfield engine.
Classic 350 as the name suggests has a 346 cc engine yet it still can give you fuel efficiency of 40 km/l. Comparing different engines in its class we can see that the 375 cc engine on the Duke 390 return 25-30 km/l and 375 ccs triple spark on Dominar 400 returns around 28-35 km/l. Both of them are awesome performers but lose to Classic 350 in terms of fuel average or mileage. So let’s take a look behind the engine of the Classic 350 to understand how it can deliver higher average figure.
Some people love the Royal Enfield bikes like anything, whereas some hate the bike like anything. About two years ago I was asked a question by someone. “Do you love or hate Royal Enfields? ”, She said. I couldn’t really say anything at that time as I wasn’t entirely sure. I could not jump on the bandwagon of RE lovers or RE haters. But that surely created a series of questions in my mind. I had to figure it out myself.