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Royal Enfield 650 Twins DIY videos for self fix – Official

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The RE Twins – Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650, considered as one of the best motorcycles ever made by Royal Enfield have been well received, not only in India but especially in global market. These bikes have been regaled for their exceptional looks, outstanding performance and affordable pricing.

To offer better service to buyers, the company has released official video, showing off a step by step guide to diagnose issues with the 650 Twins. These ‘Do It Yourself’ or DIY videos teach you to inspect oil level, spark plug cleaning and adjustment, front and rear wheel removal, change headlamp, taillamp and turn indicator lamps, among others.

The videos offer a step by step guide to not only diagnose the issues with the 650 Twins but also act as a guide to restoring the problem so that the 650 Twins are in perfect working condition. Take a look at the video below.

Thanks to these videos, RE 650 owners will be able to diagnose and rectify the problems themselves. They would also be able to communicate the issue to a mechanic over the phone so as to solve the issue. The guide explains how to check for fuses, battery and spark plug, how to clean and lubricate the chain, etc.

The Interceptor 650 is presented in 6 colour options and priced Rs 2.51 lakhs and Rs 2.71 lakhs, while the Continental GT 650 gets 5 colour options and a price range between Rs 2.72 lakhs and Rs 2.92 lakhs. All prices ex-sh.

Royal Enfield is currently in the process of upgrading these 650 Twins to comply with BS6 emission standards prior to the 1st April 2020 deadline. Test mules have been doing the rounds and show off other feature updates as well. These updates will include a new instrument console and switchgear which will now come in with a rotary style dial on the BS6 variants.

The RE 650 Twins are powered by a 649cc, parallel twin, air and oil cooled engine offering 47 bhp power at 7,250 rpm and 52 Nm torque at 5,250 rpm mated to a 6 speed gearbox. The BS6 update will see minor changes in power output. Though Royal Enfield will not be in attendance at the 2020 Auto Expo, these updated products will be on display at the 2019 EICMA Show in Milan tomorrow.

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