TEC LOWERING Alloy Gas Shocks – Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 & Continental GT 650 – 15 x Way Adjustable Damping/Adjustable length feature
These shocks are built to order and may take up to 5 working days to built.
TEC LOWERING All alloy rear gas piggyback shocks with adjustable damping to fit Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 & Continental GT 650.
Silver (clear alloy) body with Black springs
The shocks feature:
- A lot of customers find the seat height on the new RE twins a little high. These lowering shocks allow the seat height to be dropped by a max of 2 inches.
- Our triple rate progressive springs.
- They are adjustable in length from 335mm to 347mm between centres and can lower the seat by a maximum of 2 inches.
- 15 way adjustable ‘click’ rebound damping.
- Built to order with springs to suit the rider weight. Please advise rider or pillion weight when ordering. Or springs will be supplied for average weight rider. 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.
Fantastic product, well made and easy to fit, a good tip about removing paint from the frame fixing, the bushes are a close fit, very pleased.... Alan Coling.
Found quality very good fairly easy to fit have not had chance to really try on road but have no doubt will work well. Only downside found instructions a bit poor but quick email and this was resolved very impressed with the service
The New Shocks look Great , have not fitted them yet due to the New Royal Enfield Interceptor 650cc has not arrived yet . Regard Steve
Combined with the YSS front fork upgrade, the bike is transformed from something which is rideable but always lets you know it has cheap suspension to something that feels really premium. The way the beautifully damped suspension achieves that ideal compromise between comfort and handling ability is spot on. I took Matthew's advice and went for solo springs but they are still OK for two up riding which I do occasionally. For solo riding they are simply awesome. I can't praise them highly enough, particularly at the price. An added bonus is they look better than the stock shocks too. The lowering feature allows me to place my feet flat on the floor and I am 5' 9''.