Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 gets more cafe-racer-y

15/10/2019 - 19:16 | ,  ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

A modified Royal Enfield Continental GT 650, showcased at the Kustomfest 2019, gets a complete makeover and the final product looks menacingly beautiful. Christened as "The 30," the classic-modern café racer was developed by Royal Enfield along with Indonesian custom builder Krom Works Garage. The company says that 'The 30' perfectly resonates with this year’s Kustomfest theme of 'Back to The Roots'.

Modified Royal Enfield Continental Gt 650 The 30 S
The modified Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 gets a semi-fairing design, updated suspension and an even premium braking setup.

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The custom motorcycle features a minimalistic design, along with an updated hardware setup. The semi-fairing design, sans the headlight and other street-legal requirements, looks sporty. The number “30” is visible on the front fascia. The custom front fender matches the paint of the fairing. The cockpit comprises a revised setup that uses an even lower set handlebar for sportier ergonomics. A dual-tone fuel tank with pronounced recesses follows the cockpit. The rider-only setup along with a compact tail section enhances the café racer looks of the motorcycle.

The updated hardware setup comprises KYB inverted forks at the front and a Sachs mono-shock at the back. In comparison, the standard motorcycle features conventional telescopic front forks and twin-sided springs at the back. The improved braking department uses Brembo discs and Tokiko callipers. The front-wheel uses a dual-disc setup instead of a single disc on the standard Continental GT 650. The chrome plating, matte black and pearl copper colours give the motorcycle a unique look. A pair of custom exhausts are also visible on the motorcycle.

Modified Royal Enfield Continental Gt 650 The 30 R
The modified Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 gets its throttle from the Yamaha YZF-R6.

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Mechanical changes to the modified Continental GT 650 are not listed on the spec-sheet shared by Royal Enfield. For reference, the stock motorcycle draws 47 BHP at 7,250 rpm and 52 Nm at 5,250 rpm from its 648 cc parallel twin-cylinder, air & oil-cooled, SOHC, fuel-injected engine. The motorcycle uses a throttle from the Yamaha YZF-R6.

Check out the complete technical specification below:

Bike name The 30
Workshop Krom Works
Donor bike Royal Enfield
Model Continental GT 650
Year of Production 2019
Category Oil-cooled, SOHC, 648cc, Parallel-twin, Four-valve-per-cylinder engine with a 270-degree crankshaft
Year of build Early August 2019 – Late September 2019
Frame Modification Half-Rear Custom
Bodywork Steel Galvanized Custom Tank, Steel Galvanized Custom Fairing, Steel Galvanized Custom Side Panel, Steel Galvanized Custom Hornet, Steel Galvanized Front Fender
Bodywork Add On Steel Galvanized Air Scoop, Steel Galvanized Battery-box.
Seat Custom Leather Saddle
Exhaust Two on Two Stainless Steel Exhaust Custom
Front suspension KYB Upsidedown 43 mm Anodized Black
Rear suspension Sachs adjustable suspension nitrogen (mono-shock)
Swingarm Original swing arm with modification
Drive System Offset Custom Set Sprockets
Brakes & Caliper Brembo Dual Disc 310 mm, Tokico Six Pistons Double Caliper (front) , Tokico Four Pistons (rear)
Footpegs Billet Aluminium Custom
Handlebar Aluminium Clip On Custom
Hand grip Aluminium with Leather Custom
Switch Aftermarket
Lever Control Pair of Nissin Brake Master and Clutch Lever
Throttle Yamaha R6
Air Filter Velocity Stack Custom
Wheels Pair of Akront Aluminum spoke wheel
Tire Michelin Power RS 120/60 ZR 17 (front), Michelin Power RS 180/55 ZR 17 (rear)
Chain DID
Speedometer KOSO EFI Multimeter
Body Finishing Cooper Pearl with Matt finishing and chrome with silver leaf stripping. Candy Black Frame Color. Black glossy powder Coating Engine Cover.

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