Royal Enfield 650 Interceptor is a pretty cool looking motorcycle in stock format but things get a lot more interesting with a full fairing
Royal Enfield launched the Interceptor in 2018 and has found reasonable success among many RE loyalists and even those looking for an affordable twin-cylinder motorcycle. One of the two most powerful motorcycles from Royal Enfield looks very classy in its stock format and various customizers around the country have even managed to increase the retro charm of this streetnakaed motorcycle through a set of carefully planned motorcycles. The modification we have with us today, however, totally amazes us with the decidedly sporty look through the full fairing. The video we have below shows the neat fitment of the full fairing on the Royal Enfield 650 Interceptor.
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Prepared by MKDesigns, the full-fairing kit for the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 can be bolted on to the stock motorcycle to give it a retro sportsbike look. The colour options include metallic yellow and green that seem to pay homage to the bikemaker’s European roots. The fully fairing carries a round headlamp and windscreen that should let the ride duck down and not just save himself from the windblast at high speed but even make aid aerodynamics. While the green-coloured motorcycle even retains the GT stripe on the tank, the yellow version is devoid it. There are some more small discrepancies between the two models that arise out of placement of front registration plate, decals and rear view mirrors.
The Royal Enfield Interceptor is powered by a 648cc parallel twin-cylinder air-cooled motor that pumps out a maximum power of 47 bhp @ 7,250 RPM along with a peak torque of 52 Nm @ 5,250 RPM. The motor is shared with the 650 Cafe Racer and in both the cases, it comes mated to a 6-speed manual transmission with slipper clutch. If the manufacturer is to be believed, 80% of the maximum torque is available as low as 2,500 RPM while its output follows a flat curve till 5,250 RPM. This makes the Interceptor a very strong performer.
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We’re not sure if the customizer is offering performance upgrades along with the bolt-on fairing kit but in its stock form, the Royal Enfield 650 Interceptor is capable of hitting a top speed of 160 kmph along with delivering a claimed mileage of 25.5 kmpl. We feel that the latest modification option for this motorcycle gives it a unique look that will surely impress lovers of classic motorcycle. You can contactMKDesigns here to order a kit for your motorcycle.