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Royal Enfield Interceptor Series 2

Re: Royal Enfield Interceptor Series 2

Postby FastFred » Wed Aug 01, 2012 10:06 am

Your right Onder. The main bearings are huge but ti does feel fragile.
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Re: Royal Enfield Interceptor Series 2

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Re: Royal Enfield Interceptor Series 2

Postby jimbo » Wed Feb 10, 2016 10:34 pm

I now have my 1970 S2 Interceptor. Rode it briefly. It was quite powerful, comparable to a Norton( kind of). Much more a kick in the pants than the ole Squirrel. :shock: But I have much work to do, pretty much everything needs to be serviced as it was neglected for years. So I am going to do a through clean up and maintenance on it and resist any restoration as there very few original ones around anymore. Seems like pretty super restored ones are all you see , if you see any at all . So no new paint, no new chrome, no new plate just much grease from my old elbows :D
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Re: Royal Enfield Interceptor Series 2

Postby Onder » Sun Feb 14, 2016 8:47 am

You are entirely correct in keeping it original. I lost control on that!

Good luck and keep us posted.

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