Hyderabad-based Eimor Customers, a popular customization house that specializes in REs, has come up with yet another tastefully modified Royal Enfield Interceptor 650
This isn’t the first time that Hyderabad-based Eimor Customs has worked its magic on the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 but it’s definitely among the finest we’ve seen from this popular custom shop. The latest custom motorcycle doesn’t carry any radical changes but the set of subtle updates that has been given to it successfully makes the motorcycle look sleeker and more premium.
Up front, the modified Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 gets a new headlamp, which seems to carry a projector unit and LED DRLs. Moving forward, the original fuel tank has been retained but gets a custom silver paint job. The fuel tank also gets new decals for the Interceptor branding.
Moving forward, the modified Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 gets a custom seat, which further enhances the motorcycle’s retro appeal. Also, the side panel gets the same new paint as the fuel tank. Moreover, even the exhaust pipe is new and features an all-black finish that compliments the all-black treatment in the lower half of the motorcycle.
What this means is that this modified Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 boasts of a dual-tone silver-black treatment, with the engine, frame and suspension components getting a black paint job. Also, the motorcycle gets tribal art decals on the crank case and even a skull-shaped decal on the front mudguard.
From the looks of it, this modified Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 doesn’t get any mechanical updates. For the uninitiated, this motorcycle comes with a 648cc, air/oil-cooled parallel-twin engine that produces a maximum power of 47 HP at 7,250 rpm and a peak torque of 52 Nm at 5,250 rpm. The motor comes mated to a 6-speed transmission that works with a slipper clutch.
Also, the engine is aided by a fuel injection system. The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 even comes with disc brakes on both wheels along with an ABS (Anti-Braking System). Prices of this mod job aren’t known at the moment but what we do know is that this custom motorcycle looks really tasty.