TEC Heavy Duty CNC Laser Cut Alloy Sump Guard / Protector – Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 (2019 onward)


TEC Heavy duty CNC Laser Cut Alloy Sump Guard / Protector.

Fitting video & guide below.

For the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650  and Continental GT 650 – 2019 onward

Anodised Black for a durable wipe clean finish.

Extra high at front to protect the oil filter, pipes and engine from stones and debris thrown up from the front wheel.

Designed to protect, yet still allow great airflow to the motor to aid in cooling.

We have carefully designed this to be very quick and easy to install.  Compared to the Royal Enfield accessory guard which requires the removal of the full exhaust system, engine and frame bolts.

Our guard does not require anything on the bike to be removed and all the required fittings are supplied. It can be easily installed with the basic tools in the bikes tool kit. It can also be easily loosened to change the oil and filter.

We have created a full fitting guide to help you fit your sump guard:

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Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews
Shady lane
Excellent service

All the stuff ive had from Tec has been top quality . Delivery has always been fast and fuss free . Can’t recommend them enough.

Stuart Evans
Interceptor sump guard

Excellent quality sump guard, much better than the RE original and easy to fit following the YouTube video. I would thoroughly recommend!


Esaurito??? 😭

Looks great on the bike!

The object is well made with good quality surface. I’m not an expert but I could easily mount by myself even if I preferred to check on youtube tecbike channel: very useful and clear how to do videos. You can put the link into the product papers. It looks great on the bike. Perfectly boxed for the shipment.

Ian Shuker
Sump guard

The item is good quality, my only criticism would be that no fitting instructions were supplied, if the on line video is classed as the "full fitting guide" then it's not thorough enough, that said, I'd still recommend the guard!