Motorcycle tuning is becoming more and more popular worldwide, and there are now modified custom bikes not only based on various Harleys. Many tuning companies around the world create the wildest and most curious motorcycles, which are based on the extremely popular Indian Royal Enfield machines. Even in South America, it is very popular to modify motorcycles of the brand, and the creation of the Argentine motorcycle manufacturer STG tracker caused a sensation on the net. This completely rebuilt Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Not only causes a stir on South American roads, but would certainly also be an absolute highlight in European road traffic, because pretty much everything has been changed on the machine, except for the chassis, the tank and the engine.
A different kind of off-road enduro.
This Royal Enfield conversion is obviously based on the Triumph Scrambler models, and falls immediately with theirs coarse off-road tires on. The front one wheel cover was also raised, and the headlights was provided with a grille, which is normally used to protect the machine from swirling sand or stone chips in difficult terrain or in the desert. In addition, a noticeable Fender attached to the underside, which is supposed to protect the engine from damage.
In addition, the machine was in favor of better off-road capability raised, which also increased the seat height in order to look better off-road. The Bench has also been specially made by the Argentine custom bike manufacturer, shines in saddle brown leather and is not suitable for taking a pillion passenger with you, as there are no handles, for example, and it is very short. The highlight at the stern was the tiny one Taillight integrated into the bench to create a slim look from behind.
The most noticeable component is probably the specially made one Exhaust, which was placed very high up and replaced the two standard exhaust pipes. All in all, the conversions harmonize well with each other, and the light blue tank and saddle brown seat also fit seamlessly into the modifications. This machine is not only something for off-road, but surely also causes envious looks from various bikers on the road, and not only in South America.
48 hp are completely sufficient for driving pleasure.
The custom bike is powered by a 648 cc engine driven by two cylinders, which is air-cooled. The maximum power is 48 hp and the torque is 52 Newton meters. The power is transmitted via a Six-speed manual, and a Slipper clutch belongs to the standard equipment. Thus, the motorcycle is certainly a lot of driving fun, and is also suitable for more sporty natures. Unfortunately, we do not know anything about the performance, but it should be on a sufficiently high level if you can believe the performance data sheet.
Our Summary About this custom bike based on Royal Enfield:
The Argentine motorcycle manufacturer STG Tracker proves that it knows how to build sensational custom bikes that would also meet European tastes. Especially as an off-road motorcycle, which looks much sportier than a classic enduro, this heavily modified Royal Enfield occupies a special position. If you like the bike, you can take a look at the corresponding pictures on our website. If we get more information about the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 "Scrambler" from STG Tracker, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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Modified Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 "Scrambler"!
Photo credit: STG Tracker
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