Royal Enfield Interceptor-Based FF650 Video

Royal Enfield Interceptor-Based FF650 Video

Check out this unique retro aftermarket kit that makes the RE 650 twins look like a genuine Cafe Racer. Aftermarket modification players have impressed us thoroughly with such a professional approach in the way the kit has been designed. While the RE 650 twins are already quite appealing when it comes to styling, these kits certainly take things to the next level. Take a look at what is being offered as a part of this kit.

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Aftermarket Kit for RE 650 Twins

This kit has been created by MK Designs India. It is a simple bolt-on kit that could be installed in as little as 2 hours. This particular kit is designed to make the bike look like the FF650 Cafe Racer (if there ever was one). Since there is no welding needed for this, it makes people happy. The lightweight fairing is made of Fiber Reinforced Plastic, which is durable and weather resistant. The entire kit comprises the fairing, 5.75-inch headlamp, custom seat panels and underbelly protector. These components ensure better aerodynamics and reduced wind blast.

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While the video features a white and greyish coloured kit, there are options like red, black and yellow too. If you are looking for even more optional accessories to be combined with the fairing, the design house also offers a rear seat cowl, shorty tail kit, tail light, body graphics and smaller turn indicators. With the entire package, the final product is sure to make heads turn. The road presence of the bikes after getting this kit is visibly commanding as seen from the video clip.

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Modified RE 650 Twins with Aftermarket Cafe Racer Kit


The RE Interceptor and Continental come with a 648-cc parallel air-cooled twin-cylinder engine that produces a healthy 47 hp and 52 Nm of peak power and torque. The transmission duties are carried by a 6-speed slipper clutch gearbox and the top speed is 160 km/h. The prices of the RE Continental GT 650 range from Rs 3.02 lakh to Rs 3.26 lakh, ex-showroom. The RE Interceptor 650 ranges between Rs 2.85 lakh and Rs 3.10 lakh, ex-showroom. How did you like this unique aftermarket kit for the RE twins?

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