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New KTM Duke125

Post by R1616 on Tue Nov 30, 2010 9:25 pm

Wondering why we're so infatuated with the new baby street bruiser from KTM? After all, we've already heard that, as of right now, the Austrian manufacturer has no plans to bring the 125 Duke to the Land of the Free, but as you well know, a little bit of interest on the interwebs goes a long way toward crafting future product lineups. In that vein, we're going to continue to salivate all over the new single-cylinder wonder. KTM officially introduced its new 125 at Intermot, and the company dusted off a complete list of specs at the same time.

So what can we expect from four-valve, overhead cam, liquid-cooled 125? A scant 15 horsepower and 8.8 lb-ft of torque help push the bad Duke through city traffic. Before you start scoffing, it pays to remember that this whole contraption hits the scales at a mere 282 pounds.

You want to go faster? Lose some weight.

A six-speed gearbox puts power to the rear wheel, and riders can expect a 31-inch seat height. Interestingly enough, Asphalt & Rubber is reporting that Bajaj, the newest Indian investor in KTM, was the driving force behind the creation of the Duke. Whether or not we'll see similar pushes from the company in the future remains to be seen, but we're really digging rumors of a possible 250cc version of this machine coming to America.

An Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer KTM Sport motorcycle planned to launch a new sporty bike in India. The bike will be manufactured and marketed in India by Bajaj. The Sporty Dirt bike will be called KTM Duke. KTM 125 Duke is a 125 CC bike which will appear in the Indian market within next few months. The specs and features of KTM Duke 125 cc Bike are given below.

KTM Duke 125 Bike Features

High Suspension travel
Sharp front styling
High Performance Braking system
Rigid body design to deal with high speeds and stresses
Sporty colors and graphics
High power
Quick acceleration with large gear ration
Quick throttle response with highly aspirated 125 CC engine with dual exhaust mufflers
Light Weight body structure

KTM 125 cc Duke Specifications

Dual Muffler Exhaust
Sporty Graphics and body work
Alloy wheels
Fuel capacity 13litre and 2.5 litre in reserve
Max Power 20 PS
Engine Displacement 125 CC
5 Gear
Milage : Around 30kmpl
Large-travel Telescopic suspension at the front
Large ventilated brake disk at front with dual cylinder calipers
Diamond shaped steel frame for rigid and strong structure
Mono-shock suspension at rear
High gear ratios for quick acceleration
Digital Ignition
6 Speed Manual Transmission
KTM Duke 125 cc Bike Price

The official price of KTM Duke 125 cc Bike is yet not released. As we expected the KTM 125 Duke price in India is around 1 Lakh or a little above or P 100k+ (96433.50)

Source: http://www.asphaltandrubber.com/bikes/2011-ktm-125-duke/

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