In yet another impressive feat, a bike enthusiast has managed to create an 800cc sportsbike. It looks like a legit sports bike.
Bike enthusiasts are always coming up with new iterations of their favorite models. Now, modern technology allows them to achieve their desired results as well. In yet another showcase of Indian talent, one Tanna Dhaval has managed to create an 800cc sportsbike. It carries a sporty look. The design is clearly inspired by professional racing bikes. The modifications made to this motorcycle look very good and high-quality. Let’s take a closer look!
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Homemade 800cc Sportsbike
As you can see in the YouTube video by Tanna Dhaval, the 800cc bike is ready to take on the Indian roads. However, the minor design change is done before the final showcase. The self-custom bike carries a Red and White paint finish. There are additional highlights created with Black graphics. Overall, the 800cc bike looks like a mix of sports bikes and batmobiles. The length of the bike is quite long. On the back, the 240mm rear tire is accompanied by a dual exhaust system that gives it a cool look.
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More details about the specs and bike capabilities will be revealed in the upcoming videos by the designer. According to Tanna Dhaval, the entire process to create the custom bike took 7-8 months. The total cost of making this sportsbike is Rs 2.5 lakh excluding labour. Tanna sourced parts from various sources. For instance, the 800cc engine comes from a car while the front wheel comes from Hyosung. Another video of this motorcycle gives all the details can be seen below.
While minor things like the sound tuning are still left, the bike is almost complete. The entire process has been captured and shared on multiple YouTube videos. It is worth mentioning here that this motorcycle is not road-legal as it never went through the process of homologation. However, it can be used in a private property. It also makes for a good addition to an enthusiast’s bike collection. Creating an 800c bike that looks this good is quite an achievement and showcases the capabilities of local talent.