Royal Enfield is the most popular brand in the country for people looking for retro motorcycles with powerful engines and that trademark distinct exhaust roar.
This Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 has been modified into the world’s first custom bagger bike by TNT Motorcycles. TNT Motorcycles was founded by three mechanical engineerings based out of Delhi. Their passion for bikes and engineering propelled them to start a bike modification business. Having invested in all the necessary equipment for the workshop, all the modifications they do to various bikes are performed in-house. Check out this unique RE Interceptor 650 in the bagger edition.
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Enfield Interceptor Modified Bagger
The YouTuber records one of the founders, Naveen, explaining the modifications to this bike named Neelkantha. The blue paint shade on the bike gives it a distinct flavour and is easy to recognise on the road. The neck has been stretched forward and the height has been increased a bit too. The skeleton chassis has been extended towards the rear. The face of the bike has been completely changed with a massive fender and wind deflector surrounding the rectangular 24 LED headlamp. The front tyre is 23-inch and the alloy wheel has been imported from the U.S. The footpegs and folding footpegs have been custom designed using the original RE equipment. The handles clamps, bagger side panels, fuel tank side panels are finished in aluminium designed in-house. There are TNT logos inscribed at various places along the body.
The bagger elements are fixed in such a way that they conceal all the nuts and bolts giving the bike a smooth design. The side bags are equipped with soft-touch opening flaps, the taillamps are custom made with RE equipment. Royal Enfield has sponsored this project which is why most parts are supplied by them. The exhaust system features a free-flow pipe that is hidden inside the bag and the tip is visible at the rear.
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There have been no major changes made to the engine of the motorcycle. But there are performance filters installed in the engine increasing the amount of air that could be injected into the engine. To manage the excessive exhaust as a result of it, the free-flow exhaust pipes have been installed. The exhaust roar heard in the video is thunderous too. Another key change to the mechanical of this bike is the air ride suspension at both ends. This changes the height of the bike from 2.5 inches to 7.5 inches.