Bulleteer Customs has impressed us yet again with their new mod-job. This time, the Royal Enfield Interceptor INT 650 has gone under the scalpel for a unique look.
The modified Royal Enfield Interceptor INT 650 gets a scrambler motorcycle-inspired styling along with a hardware upgrade. Similar to most of the mod-jobs that we have seen from Bulleteer Customs, the motorcycle gets a full-LED headlight at the front for enhanced illumination. The aftermarket headlamp uses a round shape to retain the retro-styling.
The aftermarket headlight, however, isn’t the only highlight at the front. Unlike the stock motorcycle, the modified motorcycle uses upside-down telescopic forks that lend a beefy look. The stock front blinkers have been removed, and bar-end integrated units have been used instead for a cleaner look.
The cockpit has not witnessed a massive overhaul, and the ride-related information is available on the twin-pod instrument console. The fuel tank, too, retains the stock design, although the new paint scheme improves the aesthetics. The dual-tone colour theme has been carried to the side panels, while a leather belt design gives the modified bike a unique and an appealing look. The saddle retains the diamond stitch pattern, while the leather seat covers add old-school charm to the motorcycle.
The revised tail section includes aftermarket stoplight, blinkers and a repositioned number plate holder that now sits next to the rear shock absorber. To give the motorcycle a stealthy look, Bulleteer Customs have given the engine, wheels, headlight mask and the exhaust a black paint. The wire-spokes, fuel filler cap, instrument console surrounds and the pipe tips add a neat contrast with their chrome look.
The wheels are wrapped in dual-purpose tyres to give the motorcycle an off-road-ready look, and the rubber should provide sufficient grip for trail riding. Serious off-roading, however, will require a proper set of knobby tyres. The shock absorption department, as mentioned above, uses upside-down telescopic forks at the front and gas-charged, twin-sided springs at the rear. The braking department continues to use disc brakes on both wheels. The motorcycle comes with dual-channel ABS as standard.
Folks at Bulleteer Customs have once again delivered an admirable product and they deserve a round of applause for their modified Interceptor INT 650, Tandav 650.