All-Chrome Royal Enfield FF650 Cafe R Custom is a Retro Eye Candy!


The Royal Enfield GT 650 Cafe Racer looks on point with the all-chrome FF650 Cafe R kit with several bolt-on parts that can be installed without needing welding, drilling, or grinding.

This chrome Royal Enfield GT 650 Cafe Racer with the custom FF650 Cafe R full fairing kit is just what a bike modification enthusiast would want. Designed by Faridabad-based MK Designs India, the kit offers bolt-on fitment with no welding, grinding or drilling required in any part of the bike. These are simple-to-install kit transforms the GT650 Cafe Racer into a stunner that’s sure to grab eye-balls out on the road.

FF650 Cafe R Fairing Kit For Royal Enfield GT650 Twins

The first thing to mention about this kit is the fact that it is 100% road legal. It comes in an attractive colour combination where the tank is Glitter & Dust (Chrome) with golden detailing at various parts. The retro style of the bike is still maintained looking at the round headlamp but the short tail section embodies the Cafe Racer vibe. The chrome-plated twin exhaust pipe looks extremely blingy. One can’t deny the fact that the bike looks heavily modified and certainly not something that you would experience on the roads every day.

Other key features and specifications of this unique construction are:

  • The handle has been lowered by 25 mm to give it a more aggressive and track stance.
  • The Full Fairing FF650 Kit includes headlamp fairing, side panels and an underbelly pan with a custom headlamp 5.75″.
  • Thee is the Cafe Racer seat and cowl XL.
  • The rear subframe (Shorty Kit XL) has been chopped and reduced in length to match the seat length.
  • There is also the option of an LED tail light strip with turn indicators.


The price of this kit is a reasonable Rs 37,990 and is easy to install with a simple bolt-on method. The underbelly pan offers a generous ground clearance of 170 mm. The designers claim that the kit improves the aerodynamics and engine ventilation of the motorcycle. What are your thoughts about this professional and detailed fairing kit?