Bulleteer Customs is back with another mod-job, and this time it’s the Interceptor INT 650 that has undergone subtle, yet stylish changes that make it even more appealing.
Christened as the Rudra 650, the modified Royal Enfield Interceptor INT 650 features a new paint job and inverted forks instead of conventional units. Revisions at the front also include an aftermarket headlight that comes with a projector setup and a LED DRL. The new front forks add a muscular look to the Interceptor INT 650 while the round, projector headlight gives it a modern look. The motorcycle now rides on 17-inch wheels on both ends as against 18-inch units that come as standard.
More changes come to notice in the cockpit, as the Interceptor INT 650 drops the factory-installed handlebar for a relatively low-set, clip-on style units. A few changes are also visible on the saddle, as the modified Royal Enfield Interceptor INT 650 drops the cross-stitch design for a ribbed style pattern. The dual-tone paint theme is visible on the fuel tank and on the side panel. The sides also hold the Rudra 650 branding. The stock exhaust has been traded for a custom unit for a better sound.
Apart from the changes listed above, the Royal Enfield Interceptor INT 650 continues to feature the stock specifications. Thus, shock absorption duties at the back are handled by gas-charged, twin-sided springs at the back. Braking department continues to feature disc brakes on both wheels, while the safety net comprises dual-channel ABS.
Details about any changes to the engine have not been mentioned, and thus we assume that the modified Royal Enfield Interceptor INT 650 continues to draw 52 Nm of peak torque at 5,250 rpm and 47 BHP of power at 7,250 rpm from its 648 cc parallel-twin cylinder, air & oil-cooled, SOHC motor with fuel injection system. The six-speed gearbox features an assist and a slipper clutch.
In other updates, IAB recently broke the news that Royal Enfield will soon introduce a new variant of the Thunderbird 350. The upcoming variantof the Thunderbird 350 will come with a rear drum brake and a single-channel ABS. It will compete with the lower-spec variants of the Jawa Classic and the Forty-Two.