Royal Enfield Musket V-Twin
Some folks tend to die in waiting for a factory-built machine over-expecting miraculous technologies worth millions but, to a hassle-free techy, personal projects like Royal Enfield Musket V-Twin motorcycle are incomparable. Aniket Vardhan from India is an industrial design engineer based in Ohio. The very thought of combining two bigger hearts beat together get its roots in the superb formation of this V-Twin engine boasting two Bullet 500cc motors combined and work together. Gradual development of the machine took two years and includes levels like building 700cc Musket at the first place and now 998cc involves creating wooden patterns first, then casting the engine heads and internals in custom metallic crankcase, and designing the vintage-styled oil pipes of copper. As for now, the machine is mounted on an old 2002 Bullet 500 frame for testing.