Royal Enfield has always been the favorite choice among the bike modification houses. Several start-ups across the nation specialize in modifying and customizing Enfields. Neev Motorcycles, a Delhi based bike modification, and alteration house, has come with customized Interceptor 650. The name that they have chosen for the customized version is highly unique-Tamraj.
Tamraj looks ravishingly gorgeous with new paints altogether. It comes with hand-built body parts. Some attractive aftermarket accessories have also been used to adorn the beast. Tamraj is the perfect amalgamation of style, creativity, and technology.
Neev Motorcycles has succeeded in customizing body parts like shorter fenders, tank top cover, belly pan, front suspension covers, and so on. The front part looks all the more stunning because the original headlight has been replaced with a slim circular LED headlight. The front suspension forks have got fork gaiters. The rear subframe has also been cut short. The modification accommodates a single seat. They have made the rear fender negligible. In its place, a mini circular-shaped LED tail light can be seen.
The most prominent alteration that shocked the world is the 5-inch wide tube tyres shod onto 16 inches spoke wheels. The tailor-made free-flow exhaust also has made the riders go crazy. Tamraj looks exceedingly luscious in black paint. Header pipes in chrome have added an element of contrast. Neev Motorcycles has decided that the original twin-pod instrument panel need not be a part of Tamraj.
However, Neev Motorcycles has not altered the mechanics of Tamraj. It sports the 648CC parallel-twin liquid-cooled engine. The engine is capable of delivering 52 Nm and 47 PS of maximum power. Also, the engine comes with a six-speed manual gearbox.
If you have already made up your mind for riding a Tamraj, then you have to pay a hefty amount of Rs 1.90 lakh to get your Interceptor 650 modified into Tamraj.