The list begins with the FSK 145 fork spring kit that is designed for small sports and street bikes. The kit is also used on motorcycles like the Yamaha R25/R3, Kawasaki Ninja 250/300R, Honda CBR 250/300R, Honda CB650F and the Kawasaki ER6N. The kit comprises replacement top cap and higher performance rate springs that are claimed to deliver improved handling, cornering and braking.
The rear suspension setup can be upgraded with either the RE 911 or the RE 912 units from the STX 36 Twin family. The rear springs are available in the emulsion, piggyback or hose versions and are suitable for cruiser and cafe racer motorcycles. The setup can be specified with different damping adjustment options with or without length adjustment.
The complete suspension upgrade will cost you a massive amount of money. The front spring kit retails for approximately €245, which roughly translates to INR 18,967*. The rear setup will set you back by €970, which comes to about INR 75,094*. The total cost is INR 94,061 – and that figure excludes the shipping, import and installation charges if you plan to deliver it to India.
|Model||Interceptor INT 650||Continental GT 650|
|Product Number (Front)||FSK 145||FSK 145|
|Product Family (Front)||FSK 100||FSK 100|
|Product Type (Front)||Spring||Spring|
|Product Number (Rear)||RE 911/RE 912||RE 911/RE 912|
|Product Family (Rear)||STX 36 Twin||STX 36 Twin|
|Product Type (Rear)||Shock Absorber||Shock Absorber|
In another aftermarket modification, Royal Enfield owners can boost the performance of their motorcycles with the Powertronic ECU that is claimed to deliver 3.04 to 5.06 PS increased output than the stock motor. The peak torque is also boosted by 3 Nm, while the revised redline sits at 12,000 rpm (15,000 rpm for race setup).
For reference, the 650 Twins are propelled from a 648 cc fuel-injected, parallel twin-cylinder, air- and oil-cooled, SOHC engine that makes 47.65 PS of power at 7,250 rpm and 52 Nm of torque at 5,250 rpm in the factory setup.
*As per conversion rate on 20 July