TEC Alloy Gas Shocks for Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 & Continental GT 650. 15 x Way Adjustable Damping/Adjustable length feature
£149.99 – £159.99
You must tell us the rider weight and if you ride with pillion the majority of the time. Please enter the details at checkout in the note section.
TEC All alloy rear gas piggyback shocks with adjustable damping to fit Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 & Continental GT 650.
3 COLOUR OPTIONS AVAILABLE (choose in the drop down option box)
Black body with Chrome plated springs
Silver (clear alloy) body with Black springs
The shocks feature:
- Our triple rate progressive springs.
- They are adjustable in length from 350mm to 390mm between centres and 35mm range of adjustment on the pre-load of the spring.
- 15 way adjustable ‘click’ damping.
- These units have long travel (80mm) which gives better comfort and ride.
- Supplied with springs for an average weight rider 70-100KG. We can also supply them with lighter or harder springs depending on your weight or how you plan to use the bike. If you have any questions just ask.
The design is much cleaner than the original shocks provided on the bike, which are a bit rounded and chunky in our opinion.
Provides better damping performance and are lighter than the original units.
Shocks are supplied ready to fit will all necessary fittings and adjustment spanner included.
Supplied with detailed written instructions.
Please watch our video series on our YouTube channel about the Interceptor for more information about looks, performance and fitting.
A quick and relatively cheap mod these shocks make a big difference to this bike.
good product. easy to fit no problems. thanks
Fast delivery. They look quite good. Easy fit, they just needed some sanded on the top mount. In a short test the bike felt different, lest wait to set preload and damping after a few kilometers. Good price-quality relationship.
I fitted my new rear shocks last week, not as easy as it should have been partly because I had to remove all the paint from the top mounts on the bike before the top mount would slide on but also because bizarrely the original shocks were both different lengths by 2 or 3mm.
I did a short test ride of 5 or 6 miles with the preload completely off and the damper setting on 5 from fully soft, the ride was clearly much better than the RE shocks but I stopped half way though the ride and backed the damping off to the first click which was noticeably more comfortable for now, I'll do a few hundred miles to bed in the springs and then look again at the settings but for now the bike feels safer and more stable, much nicer to ride, no back pain or loose fillings
They look good and fitted well just a run to. Bed them in then adjust them to suit .