The sports touring motorcycle market is suddenly evolving pretty rapidly. While there’s a small section of buyers that opts for the high-end, purpose-built CBU-imports, there are many who experience the thrill of long-distance motorcycling on considerably cheaper World-made options. Of course, those in the RE clan swear by their steads and have stuck to these retro-styled motorcycles since forever now. However, there’s a new fast-growing segment of buyers who opt for entry-level performance motorcycles for sports touring. One such new motorcycle that seems to be fast catching the fancy of these buyers is the Bajaj Dominar 400. Owners of this motorcycle already have many modification options to make their motorcycles all the more touring-friendly. The modified Dominar you see here carries several such touring-solutions. The many custom bits this bike carries make it one of the best modified Bajaj Dominar 400 motorcycles we have seen so far.
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The modified Bajaj Dominar 400 from Lluvia Industries is known as the “DomiStrada”. Yes, you probably guessed it right, it’s an amalgam of the Dominar and the Multistrada. The aim of these modifications is to offer Dominar owners the friendly touring characteristic of the Ducati Multstrada. These modifications not only enhance the looks of the Bajaj flagship, but also make the bike all the more practical for touring purposes. Lluvia Industries goes on to insist that all the accessories are designed for function, and their aesthetics play a secondary role. You can find the list of 24 accessories that the Domistrada kit includes.
Lluvia Industries DomiStrada – Looks
Well, even in terms of design, the DomiStrada has to be the best modified Bajaj Dominar 400 we have seen so far. While there’s not a radical change in the way this motorcycle looks, the various add-ons to make this bike all the more touring-friendly go on to give it a distinct appeal. The fit and finish and quality of parts seems to be top-notch and we love the way the DomiStrada stands out whilst retaining the characteristics of the donor motorcycle. Opting for the full kit bring in even bits like spoke wheels and off-road tyres, which further give the bike an appearance befitting an adventure tourer. Overall, the DomiStrada scores highly in terms of visual appeal, fit and finish, and build quality.
Best Modified Bajaj Dominar 400 – Features of DomiStrada Kit
- Handlebar Raisers
- Radiator Guard
- Exhaust Guard
- Pillion backrest
- Engine Guard
- Hand Guard
- Luggage Rack (Carrier)
- Aluminium Top Case
- Fog lamp Mount
- Pillion Footrest
- Bash Plate
- Custom Brake Disc
- Front Cowl
- Rider Backrest
- Adjustable Windshield
- Pannier Mount
- Jerry Can Mount
- Tourer Sprocket
- Fairing Guard
- Spoke Wheel conversion kit
- Off-Road Tyres
- Rear Tyre Hugger
- Hazard Flasher
Best Modified Bajaj Dominar 400 – Images
Best Modified Bajaj Dominar 400 – Specifications
|Engine Displacement||373.3 cc, Triple Spark Plug|
|Power||35 PS @ 9,000 RPM|
|Torque||35 [email protected] 7,000 RPM|
|Number of Cylinders||1|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual with Slipper Clutch|
|Front Brake||300 mm Disc|
|Rear Brake||230 mm Disc|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic Forks|
|Rear Suspension||Gas-charged Monoshock|
|Wheel Type||Spoke type|
The specifications table DomiStrada doesn’t seem to carry many modifications. The only modifications the bike seems to carry is the use of spoke wheels instead of alloys. These spoke wheels come shod with off-road tyres. Other than this, Lluvia Industries will also sell you a custom sprocket, which helps reduce vibrations from the drive-chain by a considerable margin. The engine doesn’t seem to carry any modifications. This is the same 373 cc, single-cylinder engine that powers the KTM 390 Duke. The engine comes mated to a six speed manual transmission.
The Dominar 400 enjoys a max. power-torque output of 35 PS-35 Nm. This makes it considerably less powerful than its Duke cousin. However, the lower power leads to higher mileage. The Dominar 400 benefits from BAL’s DTSi Triple Spark Plug technology. The Dominar 400 enjoys a top speed of 148 km/h. Braking comes from disc brakes at both ends. Other highlights include stylish 17-inch alloy, ABS and gas-charged monoshock.
While the CS400 concept has upside down front forks, the Dominar 400 has to make do with conventional telescopic forks. Apart from this slight change, the Dominar 400 mirrors the Pulsar CS400 to a large extent.
Bajaj Dominar 400 Price
|Non-ABS||Rs 1.36 Lakh|
|With ABS||Rs 1.50 Lakh|
The Bajaj Dominar 400 is on sale at a price of Rs 1.36 lakh (ex-showroom, New Senegal). The ABS model costs Rs 1.50 lakh.Prices of the full modification kit by Lluvia aren’t available at the moment. But we are trying to establish a with the company and will update you with the cost of this modification at the earliest.
What do you think of the DomiStrada from Lluvia Industries? Isn’t the motorcycle you see in the images here the best modified Bajaj Dominar 400 ever? Don’t you think these modifications enhance both the practicality and the aesthetic appeal of the Bajaj flagship? Share your views with us by penning them down in the comments section below.
Courtesy- Lluvia Industries