Royal Enfield 650 CC Launched Price Mileage Review Specification Features Colours Images :- Royal Enfield finally launched its 650 cc flat-track motorcycle, which is based on its new platform that also reinforces the Interceptor 650 as well as the Continental GT 650. On the other hand, the flat-tracker was also revealed at the company’s UK technical centre which is located in UK and this comes just few days after Royal Enfield declared the inaugural of its ‘Slide School’, a flat-track racing school which is going to be organised in partnership with Big Rock Moto Park as well as also the FT 411, which is also a flat-track motorcycle that is based on the Royal Enfield Himalayan.
Royal Enfield 650 CC Launched in India
At the same time, the Royal Enfield 650 Flat-Tracker uses a new frame that has been also manufactured by Harris Performance and it is being owned by Royal Enfield. The box-section swingarm is also new as well as the bike uses an Ohlins monoshock in place of the twin shock absorbers on the production models.
In addition to that, there is an S&S performance big bore kit which upsurges the displacement to 750 cc. On the other hand, the state of tune is quite different along with that the bike is also fitted with pod air filters for great performance.
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The bike on the other hand, also features upswept exhaust that is quite similar to other AMA flat-track bikes. Talking about the dimensions, the size of the wheels have also been increased by an inch, from 18-inch on the stock bike to 19-inch on the flat-track version.
Coming to is parts like the handlebars, footpegs, even the yokes have been custom-built in order to provide accommodations the necessities for flat-track racing.
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Now the question arises that are the Himalayan FT 411 as well as the 650 cc ‘Twin Tracker’ just one-off concepts or are these going to lead to future production ready models too. At the same time, we also know that the championship winning Indian FTR 750 by this time gave birth to the Indian FTR 1200, which is now believed to be a good motorcycle. In addition to that it is also too early but at the same time there is certain possibility that both the FT 411 as well as the Twin Tracker might possibly make it to production with a few changes, in the coming future.