Till now there were just theories about Royal Enfield developing a twin-cylinder motor but it looks like those theories now have a face to put to. Spyshots have now risen on the web recommending that the plan to do so is indeed real. What can be seen in the photos beneath is a 750cc, in-line, twin-cylinder petrol engine prepared for testing. This will doubtlessly put a grin on all Royal Enfield fans, existing and in prospective.

royal-enfield-750cc-engine-spiedRoyal Enfield Continental GT spied with much rumored 750cc twin-cylinder engine.

It is anticipated that the new motor would be fueled by basically the same engine architecture construction that will figure in the new 375cc motor under development by Royal Enfield, but will instead get an inline structure for the 750cc motor. The motor as we have heard will be the most refined and without vibration motor Royal Enfield has ever created, and is likewise going to be the most capable one for the legendary brand.

From the photos, it is apparent that the motor’s fuel and air supply is taken care via carburettors, however enormous they appear to be, rather than FI. Forgetting Fuel Injection will empower Royal Enfield to cut down on expenses and accordingly will imply that the cost of the bicycle which gets the motor will be a profoundly focused one for such high cc bike.

royal-enfield-continental-gt-with-750cc-twin-cylinder-engine-spiedOil cooler a much-needed device has finally been added to a Royal Enfield motorcycle.

We can expect that that 750cc Engine will touch base with force figures around 45-50bhp while it is certain to be a torque beast and would thump out a figure north of 60Nm. We’ll keep you updated as more details about the same crop up.

 
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Source: BikePortal

 

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