2008 Royal Enfield Bullet 500es Classic

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2008 Royal Enfield Bullet 500es Classic
2008 Royal Enfield Bullet 500es Classic

– 2008 Royal Enfield Bullet 500es Classic

2008 Royal Enfield Bullet 500es Classic

Available in a collection of classic colors, trimmed with hand-painted pinstripes, featuring a 5-speed transmission, seven inch double leading shoe front brake and a dual seat. The Classic’s striking, one-color appearance sets it apart from any other motorcycle in the market.

Available as either a 500cc with limited 350cc availability for vintage racers.


 

FEATURES:

Striking, one-color appearance

Five-speed transmission

Electric start and a kick starter standard

Hand-polished aluminum castings and hand-lined gas tank

Featuring Pagani turn signals, Avon Speedmaster Mk. II tires

Available in four classic colors, trimmed with hand-painted pinstripes

Limited quantities of 4-speed, kick start available to meet vintage racing standards

 


SPECIFICATIONS USA – 2008 Royal Enfield Bullet 500es Classic:
$4995 MSRP


Engine Four Stroke, OHV
Bore & Stroke 8.4 cm x 9.0 cm
Cubic Capacity 499 cc
Compression Ratio 6.5 to 1
Engine Output/Torque 22 BHP @ 5400 RPM
Electrical 12 volts
Ignition Battery & Coil
Lubrication Dry Sump
Positive Plunger Type
Clutch Multi-plate
Oil-immersed
Transmission 5 Speed
Constant Mesh
Gear Shift Lever-Operated
1 Down & 4 Up
Suspension – Front Telescopic Hydraulic
Suspension – Rear Twin Shock Absorbers
Brakes- Front Twin Lead – Drum 7”
Brakes- Rear Drum 6”
Pedal-operated (right side)
Tires – Front 3.25 x 19
Tires – Rear 3.50 x 19
Tank Capacity 3.8 gallons
Reserve 0.33 gallons
Fuel Consumption 70 mpg
Dimension – L x W x B 82.25 x 27.25 x 41.5 in
Wheel Base 53.5 inches
Ground Clearance 5.5 inches
Seat Height 30 inches
Maximum Speed 75 mph
Dry Weight 370 lbs


Specifications and features are subject to change

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