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New Yezdi Streetfighter 334 motorcycle ready for launch?

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Classic Legends could be planning to expand its motorcycle line-up with a new bike. Images of a new Yezdi Streetfighter 334 have emerged on the Internet which reveal that the company could be planning to introduce a new motorcycle soon. Or, is Yezdi planning to replace the Scrambler with the new Streetfighter?

The images of the motorcycle appears to be from a dealer event and the bike could be at a pre-production level. This leads us to believe that the brand could be assessing the new motorcycle and its feasibility. While the motorcycle comes with the same body and a different colourway. Yezdi in the recent past also showcased a new-retro roadster which appears to be on the same underpinnings.

Yezdi Streetfighter 334 – Design and Features

Images of the Yezdi Streetfighter reveal a rounded LED headlamp and an offset rounded instruments cluster. The motorcycle also appears to get a wide open-chested handlebar and pleated seats. The motorcycle also features Streetfighter 334 branding on the side panels and also the Yezdi Streetfighter word mark on the tank. The fuel tanks is also minus the tank grip.

However, a major change on the Streetfighter 334 is the new exhaust. The double stacked unit splits into two from its single manifold. The Streetfighter 334 also gets telescopic front forks with rubber boots, twi shock absorbers on the rear and disc brakes with ABS. Distinguishing itself from the Roadster viewed earlier, the Streetfighter features CEAT tyres.

Yedi Streetfighter 334 – Engine Speculations

Yezdi is likely to offer the 334cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that currently does duty on the Yezdi Adventure. The engine is likely to produce the same 29.36 Bhp of power and 28.21 Nm of torque matched to a 6-speed gearbox. the brand is not likely to update the engine. However, changes in the final drive are likely to offer more torque for urban riding.

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