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New Delhi based custom motorcycle builders, Sans Moto Shop, have modified a Benelli TNT 300 to make it look like a Ducati Monster. Changes made to the motorcycle are subtle, and do appear to add more to the machine.
Modifications made to the motorcycle include an all-new LED headlamp, a new handlebar that features bar end mirrors, a red stripe sticker for the front tyre, and a carbon fiber detailing on the fuel tank.
While standard models feature a single underbelly exhaust, mods on this motorcycle include dual under-seat carbon fiber exhausts. Modifications also include a new windshield, gold stickering on the front shock absorbers, and frame sliders at the front of the motorcycle.
The motorcycle features contrasting red elements against a black paint scheme that adds a sporty appeal to the motorcycle. As a video posted by Vampvideo suggests, there have been no other modifications made to the TNT 300.
Powering the modified Benelli TNT is a 300cc, in-line twin cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, eight-valve, DOHC engine that produces 37.73 brake horsepower and 26.5 Newton-meters of torque. The engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox.
Standard models arrive with a steel trestle frame, inverted telescopic forks at the front, and a traversely mounted monoshock at the rear. Braking duties are handled by twin 260mm petal discs at the front, and a single 240mm disc at the rear. ABS is offered as standard.
The Benelli TNT 300 also features and LED headlamp, an LED tail light, a digital odometer, speedometer, and trip meter, an analogue tachometer, and a side stand alarm.
Priced at Rs 2.99 lakh, ex-showroom, the Benelli TNT 300 competes with the Mahindra Mojo XT300, the BMW G 310 R, and the BMW G310GS.
In Benelli related news, the brand's new QJ SRK 600 is expected to launch in India during this year, Technically the TNT 600, the motorcycle features a new design, and some segment-first features.
The QJ SRK 600 is available (internationally) in three variants - Standard, Medium, and High. All variants are offered with different cycle parts, but arrive powered by the same engine. To know more, click here.
Thoughts About The Modified Benelli TNT 300 By Sans Moto Shop
There are limited modifications made to this machine that definitely make it more touring friendly. At a cost of Rs 25,000, we think all the modifications made to this motorcycle are fairly good.