Royal Enfield created a revolution of sorts after the launch of the 650 twins in the market. The bikes are powerful, have been built using modern technology and are great looking too. Most importantly, they are incredible value for money products. There haven’t been many examples of modified 650 twins till now since they have been launched just a few months back.
However, Bulleteer Customs have created a scrambler styled bike based on the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and we can’t help but drool over it. The mod house has been known to create some of the best custom Royal Enfield bikes in India and this addition is surely a feather in their cap.
Talking of the bike, the custom scrambler you see above has been aptly named as ‘Hooligan’ by its makers. And a hooligan it truly is. So much so that the front brake lever has a knuckle duster attached to it, just in case a fight breaks out while you brag about the bike.
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HOOLIGAN 650 walkaround ! This beasts got a Royal Enfield 535 piston for a speedometer housing and an RD 350 Piston machined into a tail light , both these legends of the past came to mind while creating this Custom 650 twin so just had to incorporate them in the build , and to do justice to the HOOLIGAN theme we've added a knuckle duster to the front brake lever just in case a brawl breaks out ! @royalenfield @interceptortwin @adityamalaker @adrian_sellers @royalenfield_650 @royalenfield_twins
The overall design of the bike is in lieu with typical scrambler motorcycles. The thick walled tires, mid mounted exhaust pipe and minimalist design all suggest the same. Let’s now get to know the bike in more detail.
The front gets gold-finished USD forks along with a short fender and a new disc brake unit. the headlight is an all LED affair but housed in an old school chrome ringed round unit. Interestingly, the all-digital instrument console is housed within a Royal Enfield 535’s piston!
Also, the rear tail light is housed in a Yamaha RD 350’s piston. Those are some really cool additions on the bike which speak volumes about the level of detailing done on the bike. The rear frame has been chopped to give the bike a Scrambler look.
The tan shade saddle further adds to the overall appeal and is a quilted single piece unit. The bike has been finished in a black and white combination that looks really good. The tank gets vertical stripes on its sides along with a big RE logo. The twin scrambler styled exhaust pipe sound good and look the part too.
The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is powered by 647cc, air-oil cooled twin cylinder engine. This newly developed motor features four valve heads with an overhead camshaft. This fuel injected motor gets a 270 degree firing angle and puts out 47 Bhp of power along with 52 Nm of torque. A 6 speed manual gearbox with a slipper clutch is standard on the bike.
There is no doubt in the fact that this modified Interceptor 650 is one hell of a looker. One glance at it and you would be completely smitten by how it looks. The Hooligan is among the few mod job which actually look natural on the bike rather than just a slopped over custom kit. A big thumbs up from us then.