K-Speed Customs modified the Royal Enfield 650 Interceptor and was christened "Royal Brat". This is a fitting name for the Royal Enfield 650 modified, with its extensive changes after the market, which includes not only cosmetic upgrades but also its performance parts.
The newly launched RE Interceptor 650 is customized with larger multi-spoke wheels and more bulky tires. This required the front and rear fenders to also be replaced for custom fenders, which are shorter and sportier and more compact than those seen in the stock model.
Secondly, K-Speed Customs also gave the Royal Brat a new, rounded headlight unit, a modified chrome-treated fuel tank, new handlebars and upholstered seats were replaced with a custom cushioned seat.
A small aftermarket rear lamp was added to the back along with a custom exhaust and chrome accents on the engine. The suspension has also been modified with telescopic forks at the front, getting larger leggings, while the rear dampers also get shorter compared to what is seen in your stock model.
Mechanically, the modified RE Interceptor 650 maintains the same engine as the standard model. It continues to be powered by a twin-engine 648cc twin engine that delivers peak power of 47 hp at 7,250 rpm and torque of 52 Nm at 5,250 rpm coupled to a 6-speed transmission.
Meanwhile, the Royal Enfield 650 Twins – Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650, launched in India in November 2018, are gaining in demand both in the country and in global markets. They currently run a waiting period of up to 5-6 months.
The Chennai automaker has therefore decided to increase production from 2,500 current motorcycle units to about 4,000-5,000 units per month, which could help significantly reduce the waiting period. Royal Enfield also plans to set up a manufacturing facility in Thailand where the 650 twins will be brought in as CKD units with assembly operations to begin later this year.