A modified Dominar 400 from Bengaluru is the most powerful Dominar in Asia, gets 20% more power and torque.
Race Concepts, a car and motorcycle tuning store based out of Bengaluru, has modified the Bajaj Dominar 400 for more power and torque. The modified Dominar with 20% more power and torque than the stock bike is now Asia’s most powerful Dominar 400.
So what are the modifications done? First, the bike features a modified engine head, second, the ECU has been remapped, third, a free-flow exhaust has been installed and lastly, the modified bike is given a free flow air filter. All these changes and additions push the wheel horsepower (HP measured at the wheel) to 33 HP. The stock Dominar makes 27 HP at the wheel accounting for transmission losses. Torque has also gone up to 32 Nm from 27 Nm. At the crank, the modified Dominar is likely to produce over 40 HP of power and 40 Nm of torque, the standard Dominar makes 34.5 HP and 35 Nm of torque.
Bajaj recently launched the 2018 iterations of the Dominar 400 which got mild cosmetic updates. Mechanically, the cruiser bike remains the same. It comes powered by a 373.3cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled and fuel-injected motor that produces 34.5 HP of power and 35 Nm of torque. The vehicle is available in new Rock Matte Black, Glacier Blue and Canyon Red colours.
Modified Dominar 400
– Modified Dominar 400 in Bengaluru gets 20% more power and torque
– Bike features modified engine head, remapped ECU, free-flow exhaust
– Modified bike makes 33 HP at the wheel while the stock Dominar 400 makes 27 HP