KTM Duke 390



The CEO has confirmed the KTM Duke 390. The Duke is full of fun, great bike, sufficient power and torque. The prices would be a bit higher than CBR 250r, which makes a ideal for urban ride. Shares similar features from her sister duke 200, but a bit of chassis tweaked. The bike is less that 150kgs and that seems pretty good consider power ratios. The b ike handles well and comes into its own whereever nimble agility is called for. The engine produces 44 HP from a 375cc displacement , means more power and speed. With full fuelled the bike weights not more than 150kg with is awsome. KTM had a missing link between 200 and 690 so here goes a 390. Well 200 should have been 190 ! . still..

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KTM keen focus is to make the design compact, the Duke 390 is a single cylinder compact engine which weights only 36kg, horrible. Forged piston, nikasil coated cylinder , four valves ,dual overhead camshafts. The power enhancing force feed lubrication with crank case lowers the crank resistance and results better lubrication. The frame is ultra light and castaluminium swingarm round off a compact package. Comes with top the line components by WP suspension, Brembo disc brakes, disengageable ABS by Bosch.




One Response to “KTM Duke 390”

  1. January 8, 2015 at 9:28 pm #

    People complain that we always do TEST RIDE reviews on performance bikes, most of them are very expensive so to end that trend we will start doing a series of reviews on low cc, more economical and easy to buy bikes. We start with this, Victor R V80 Xpress.


    This is the same company that gave us a head blowing Lifan KP150, only this time a bike that is easy to use and easy to buy. The bike is fitted with a small 80cc engine which only produces 5 BHP and 4.5 NM of torque. It has a 4 speed gear box which is very noisy at times and all the gear changes are forward.See More

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