Royal Enfield Bullet 500

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Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic

Royal Enfield Bullet 500

I this 2001 Royal Bullet 500 Classic Motorcycle in after selling my BSA, I’d never have to get it running. As with just every used bike bought, it ran great on the test and then I couldn’t get it started I got it home. It had a bad ground, it was wet sumped, and it really didn’t like when it’s cold.

was mostly due to me not knowing how to properly start the motorcycle or work the 930 Concentric carburetor. Now that cleaned the Amal and learned how it it starts easily on the first or kick, cold, warm, or It’s a beautiful bike, and I was to find it for sale here in because before 2010 Enfield motorcycles were not here before that for reasons.

The only way to bring here was to buy the bike out of state, it there, put 7,500 miles on it, bring it into California and it. If you live in California and want a new Enfield Motorcycle, click link to find a dealer: The new models have hydraulic electronic fuel injection, and ignition, which is either nice, or takes all the fun out of it, depending on perspective. Either way, are more reliable and have a top speed than the older

If you’re looking for a Royal for sale, or if you just bought one and know much about here are some quick for a new Royal Enfield Bullet These tips pertain to the carbureted 4-speed Bullet models.

1) Sustained speeds 50 mph can cause permanent damage to the from overheating. Slow and go easy with it.

2) When you the bike, make sure you the piston into starting just past top … to keep the engine from wet while it is parked. See my Royal kick start video to see how to get the piston to top … center.

3) The has to be in motion when you shift If you try to shift gears when the isn’t moving, it will be to do. Do your shifting when the is in motion.

4) Learn how to kick it properly before you hurt doing it wrong. Watch my below.

5) Get a good manual and it. The best one I’ve found is by Snidall. He’s very on the Royal Enfield forums, and he his own manual, which is more than the factory manual. You can get it at

I replaced the gaskets in the Amal 930 and it leaked when I turned the gas on. I it apart and put it back together 6 and it still leaked. Then I using 2 bowl gaskets on top of each other, and it works and doesn’t leak.

I guess the top of the was stopping the float from the needle, and the extra gasket the necessary clearance. I also had to the gaskets down a little scissors around the edges to get a fit. Here’s a video of how to kick start the Royal Bullet 500 Motorcycle when if you have an Amal 930 Concentric

In case you need written they are below the video. If you the stock carburetor on your the start procedure is the same, for pressing the tickler valve, your carburetor won’t

To kick start your Enfield Bullet Classic 500

1) With the gas and ignition turned and the compression release held kick the kicker 10 times to up some compression and get the oil moving.

2) Turn the gas and ignition switch on.

3) the choke all the way on and push down on the button gently for about a second to flood the carb and the engine a little extra gas to with. If you overtickle it, you will it and it won’t want to start.

4) using the compression release kick the motor over until the kicker level and the ammeter is pointing to the left.

5) on the motorcycle’s compression release and push down on the kicker moving it a tiny bit until you a hiss and see the ammeter needle go to center position.

6) Let go of the compression lever and give it a good and it should start. You don’t to stomp too hard on it to get the bike

The bike had a sidecar rear when I bought it. I replaced it a 110/90 x 19 Avon Roadrider, works great. Here’s a of how to change the rear tire on a Enfield Bullet 500 Classic The scariest part is tilting the over on the sidestand with one while removing and replacing the with the other hand.

Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic

Put some 2x4s under the for extra clearance, and it’s quick, and not too dangerous.

Here’s a I made showing how to do a valve on the motorcycle. Valve clearance at TDC is which makes adjusting the easy. You don’t even to remove the valve covers.

adjust the pushrods by removing the cover on the side of the engine. You can be in 15 minutes and don’t need to any gaskets.

I thought about an electronic ignition kit for the Bullet, as relatively cheap, but after comments in various Royal forums, I’m sticking the points system. Everyone the points are reliable and just for the job. I put 10,000 miles on my and only adjusted the points and it ran fine, so I’ll keep the simple and run it the old-school way.

My Enfield Bullet 500 has the stock breather condenser oil tank on it, needs to be drained regularly. The is vented into the breather box, and along with the there’s a little bit of oil that vented into the box. time, the box gets full of On a motorcycle with a stock the oil would get sucked into the and gum everything up.

My bike has the breather tank to the atmosphere, so the oil won’t get sucked the carb, but it’s still a idea to drain the crankcase condenser oil tank regularly so it get clogged with oil. a video showing how to do it.

Here’s a on how to replace the primary chain and on a Royal Enfield Bullet 4-speed. My bike has 22,000 on it, and the clutch hub was ruined and needed to be and the primary chain had a bunch of rollers. I recommend you check primary chain for broken whenever you adjust it.

The whole is pretty simple. Be careful the stator, as it is easy to ruin it by a wire or two. The clutch can be replaced without removing the chain, and it is a simple job to do.

See how it all fits in the video below.

If your is fine and you just want to the primary chain on your Enfield Bullet, watch video:

Royal Enfield stopped building motorcycles in back in the 50’s, but they had a in India, which produced for the Indian market, and they are making new ones. Recently the has been updated, and they added a 5-speed transmission, and fuel injection. My bike was before those changes, and a real dinosaur, but it’s fun to ride, and it sounds better any bike I’ve ever

My bike has some custom on it, including the taillight, mini signals, Le Pera sprung saddle (which is pretty Classic Exhaust System is a lot louder than stock, but not too Amal 930 carburetor, Uni air filter, and front-fender number plate. I the previous owner put $500 $1,000 into the bike. You can get all of things in the U.S. at or you can most of them for sale on shipped directly from

Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic
Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic
Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic
Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic
Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic
Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic
Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic

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