The Prime Project aka Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 custom by Zeus Customs is showcased at BIMS 2019
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 custom is one hell of a modification done by Zeus Customs. Named as ‘The Prime Project’, the twin cylinder custom bike is showcased at Bankok International Motor Show 2019 (BIMS 2019). There are a lot of Royal Enfield custom motorcycles made by various custom bike makers across the country but this one by Zeus Customs is drool worthy and demands attention.
Interceptor 650 Custom is made in 45 days
This Interceptor custom is said to be hand made and has all that it takes to term a bike, ‘A Cafe Racer’. The folks at Zeus Customs took 45 days to bring ‘The Prime Project’ into reality from the sketches they drew were approved by the Royal Enfield itself. The level of detail in this motorcycle is a work of art and sheer enthusiasm. One cannot deny the fact that this interceptor custom emanates luxury from every angle it is looked at. Hats off to the guys at Zeus Customs.
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Interceptor 650 Custom carries same engine
Speaking about the details, the bike’s 650cc twin cylinder is untouched and retain its chrome finish. The fuel tank is shaped in such an exotic manner that the lower part of it runs smoothly towards the rear end. Instead of regular handlebars, the custom gets lower set clip-ons. To increase the contrast in the design, golden colored lines are decorated on the fuel tank. Fuel tank cap is retained from the stock bike. The headlight cup is black in color and gets a golden bezel around the glass. Tail light is a small LED unit which looks cool. The instrument cluster is made by someone who thought out of the box and created a compass like speedometer.
Interceptor 650 Custom has a fat front tyre
The Engine, as said earlier, is left untouched. However, performance air filter, as well as free flow exhaust, might increase the power output of the motor. In its stock condition, Interceptor 650 is powered by a twin cylinder air & oil-cooled engine. The powerplant pumps out healthy 47 bhp at 7000 rpm and massive 52 Nm torque at 4000 rpm. Mated to a 6-speed gearbox, the bike does 100 kmph in 6.5 seconds and tops out around 160 kmph.
‘The Prime Project’ is developed in collaboration with Royal Enfield UK in order to increase the brand appeal in the international markets. And you ask me, they did it successfully.
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Custom Gallery
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