Launched at Rs. 23,424.00 – plus shipping, the Mahindra Mojo Streetfighter Kit brings something new to the table. Also, the MojoSF kit parts are available separately as well:
Headlamp cover 4992₹
Tank cover 5118₹
Radiator cover 6912₹
Seat cowl 2944₹
Above prices include GST, Shipping and Fitting would be additional.
Currently, the Mahindra Mojo Streetfighter Kit is available on the Autologue Design website not just in its entirety. The
Mahindra MOJO Xplorer Kit is said to be compatible with all variants.
The kit is available in the following colours:
Cannot find your colour? no issues, connect with them for more on this. We understand from our associate’s video custom colors can be an option as an added extra. Watch the video here –
Mahindra Mojo Streetfighter Kit – Nothing Awesome
Nothing Awesome – Indeed a title that is click bait worthy. But then again, click bait or not here is the back story:
By some members of the scribe fraternity the Mojo is written off as “Nothing”. Incidentally, the Mojo shares its “engine platform” with its cousins from CLPL – The forever bikes. The true essence of this ideology is derived from one of the established and persons of influence. Thus you see, from his opinion showed me that “Nothing lasts Forever”. But then again biased or not, perspectives are always subjective.
Autologue Design is the front runner and industry pioneer and not just a best in class KIT developer. No, we haven’t got a white envelope from them to say their work is “Awesome”. Their followers on their social media and customers are the biggest evangelists that can be. Don’t believe us?
Check these stats out:
So, thus fusing these two words together literally the Mahindra Mojo Streetfighter Kit is
. Being the first owner of the motorcycle, the SF kit and a Deadpool or Iron Man fan it is easy to say that somehow they managed to read the mind of yours truly and in two words quite literally its “ Nothing Awesome” NOTHING AWESOME
Now that we’ve got the baseline clear lets talk about the Mahindra Mojo Streetfighter Kit
Headlamp cover 4992₹
The two tone front cowl replaces the original kit and retains the base headlights and the HUD. The “angry owl” as the team involved in the development mentioned. This dual tone paint scheme and aggressive look is more towards a Wade Wilson than anyone else. Take away that red and you have night fury looking you in the eye.
They’ve done away with the somber looking single profile and the top half creates an illusion of a visor while neatly tucking in the HUD on top. The grooves in the front are reminiscent of the eyebrows on the first iteration of the MOJO.
Tank cover 5118₹
The fiber tank cover design shares its styling with the Mojo Xplorer kit adding the same bold styling here too. The contoured design blends in neatly with the original fuel tank and allows for a more chiseled look. This element it seems to share with the Domivel X and similar bloodlines.
Radiator cover 6912₹
The radiator cover is a 100% bolt on just like other components of the kit. The Radiator cover is in sync with the lines of the tank cover and completes the flow.
Belly cover 4478₹
The belly cover too is 100% bolt on and easy to install just like other parts that make up the kit. The dual tone creates an illusion of a sleeker and upgrade on design to the current one. Yet, it slightly wider than the stock belly pan.
Seat cowl 2944₹
This definitely is the show stopper in my opinion. On first itself you can see Mr. Wilson in the details. The seat cowl is aimed at being a solo riders companion nevertheless. It is evident that the Mahindra Mojo is known for its long distance touring prowess. Keeping this factor in mind, the seat cowl would be a Luggage solution compatible product.
Mahindra Mojo Streetfighter Kit – what else to look forward to:
Mahindra Mojo Streetfighter Kit – In the beginning..
In the recent past a video post on social media showed a Mahindra Mojo at Autologue Design with some “
A different looking front suspension
Dual purpose tyres that looked like Timsun T823s
Probably a lifted rear suspension
Spoke wheels – Taking the simple a+b=c equation we can also assume that: Tyre dimensions + front suspension = room for spoke wheel (adventure/rally setup) Wait, didn’t we already mention that somewhere?
Additionally, it can have some or all of these fitments:
A slightly raised headlamp for better lighting and the “adventure feel”.
Air intake duct/curtains in the design to offer additional cooling
Visor options – tall short visor in clear and smoky options
Adventure and sport Tyre options
An all new Tyre Hugger
Tail Tidy setup from Autologue Design
GPS navigator/ Smartphone holder with USB charger
This in addition to its existing lineup of accessories like:
Fog lamp mount with Fog lamps (sold separately)
Integrated Carrier and Saddle stays
Mojo Mobile Holder
With these structural alterations it can mean one of two scenarios:
A Rally spec unit being built for a forthcoming event.
A special custom build similar to the limited edition Domivel SE by Autologue Design.
Also, four years back Mahindra revealed that Four New Mojos are “Under Works”
Indeed, between 2016 and 2022 a lot has changed, to begin with the BS6 norms. This transition impacted the automotive industry. It is no hidden fact that the Mahindra Mojo shares a love hate relationship with the media and automotive enthusiasts alike. It is safe to assume that they wanted to step up to the BS6 norms while also coming up to speed, on their own terms.
Earlier, with the Ultimate Mahindra Mojo incoming – Between 2015 and 2022 here’s are a few visible changes:
Engine – BS4 and BS6 updates made as per the norms and timelines.
Power – there has been a bhp or two reduced, but then again what is on paper is not what is on the throttle
Exhaust – A single exhaust setup from dual, recently a dual exhaust setup (a one off build)
ABS – a long awaited feature finally made in roads on the 2019 iteration.
Tyres – from radials to biased setup. This allows for more options of aftermarket tyres and 10mm gain of ground clearance. Additionally, the 2020 Mojo has two different brand of tyres across two “variants”.
Front suspension – the transition from USD to telescopic is considered as a downgrade. Let’s look at it this way – in case of suspension failure the rider is not completely stranded. In USD all the oil immediately drips out almost immediately, courtesy gravity and its orientation. Also, it is allows for a conventional suspension repair shop to fix it and thus reduce downtime.
This, indeed is a new chapter for the Mahindra Mojo motorcycles. Thus, it is the ideal time for Mahindra Two Wheelers to further expand its offering and go a la carte with an all new dynamic offering.
The Mahindra Mojo XT with a MRF REVZ C tyre.
The other Mahindra Mojo, with a telescopic suspension – the platform for the UT300, BS4 and the all new Mahindra Mojo BS6.
Mahindra Mojo Streetfighter Kit: A blast from the past – More Mahindra Mojos in the HQ:
Also, in case you have lost touch with recent offerings, here is a quick look. That is, after the launch of the adventure kits for KTM and Bajaj Dominar, we also can see from their Instagram account:
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About Autologue Design
Autologue Design was launched in 2013 with a purpose to provide options and solutions to automotive enthusiasts, derived from automotive conversations. Autologue Design is joint venture by Mukul Nanda, a Post Graduate from DYPDC, and Indian Cricketer Yuvraj Singh in 2013 with an objective to cater to the Indian Automotive Enthusiasts like themselves.
“Our aim is to bring Indian automotive designing at par with global standards. We are constantly updating ourselves with current trends in international designs. Thereby making sure that the modern Indian enthusiast gets what he or she aspires for and deserves. To make sure that our end products meet quality standards, most of the detailing & manufacturing processes are kept in-house to ensure that our products are truly top-notch.”
To connect with Autologue Design click here