Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Fireball vs Yamaha SR400

Compare Specifications of Meteor 350 Fireball and SR400

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Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Fireball
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Yamaha SR400
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 349.00 cc 399.00 cc
Engine 349cc, SOHC Engine, Air-Oil Cooled 4-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC, 2-valves
Engine Starting -- Kick
Engine Lubrication -- Dry Sump
Clutch -- Wet, Multiple Disc
Fuel System Electronic Fuel Injection Fuel Injection
Ignition -- TCI
Cooling System Air-Oil Cooled Air Cooled
Maximum Power 20.2 BHP @ 6100 RPM 17.1 kW (23.2PS) @ 6500 rpm
Maximum Torque 27 NM @ 4000 RPM 27.4 Nm (2.8 kg-m) @ 3000 rpm
Transmission 5 Speed Constant Mesh, 5-speed
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5 --
Frame Twin Downtube Spine Frame Steel Double Cradle
Handle Bar High-Set Handlebars --
Seats Low and Wide Split Seat --
Headlamp Halogen bulbs with LED --
Taillamp LED lamp with ring-type light --
Tyres
Front 100/90 - 19" - 57P (TubelessTyre) 90/100-18M/C 54S (Tube type)
Rear 140/70 - 17" - 66P (TubelessTyre) 110/90-18M/C 61S (Tube type)
Wheel / RIM Alloy --
Brakes
Front 300 mm disc with twin piston floating caliper Hydraulic Disc, Ø 298 mm
Rear 270 mm disc with single piston floating caliper Drum
ABS Dual Channel ABS --
Suspension
Front Telescopic, 41 mm Forks, 130 mm Travel Telescopic forks
Rear Twin tube emulsion shock absorbers with 6-step Adjustable Preload Dual shock
Colors Available
Colors Yellow
Red
Matt Grey, Yamaha Black


Physical Specs
Length -- 2085 mm
Width -- 750 mm
Height -- 1095 mm
Weight -- 174 kg
Seat Height 765 --
Wheelbase 1400 mm 1410 mm
Ground Clearance 170 mm 130 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity -- 12 litres
Overview
About -- 35 years of excellence and heritage, the Bike which was launched 30 years ago by Yamaha in the Read More
Features - Semi-Digital Instrument Console
- Gear Position Indicator
- Tripper Navigation System
- USB Charging Port
Tubular high tensile steel semi-double cradle frame
Decompressor and piston position indicator for easy kick starting
Air-cooled 4-stroke single-cylinder engine
Plush front forks and twin shock rear suspension
Retro style with authentic design
Fuel injection for good fuel economy and smooth running
Classic 12-litre teardrop fuel tank
Pros and Cons
Pros -- Retro looks
Cons -- No electric start option
Absence of rear Disc brakes
Tubeless tyres are not included

Which one do you think is better? And why?
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