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KTM 390 Duke launched for just Rs. 1.8 lakhs ($2,964)

The compact but comprehensive digital instruments show speed, fuel level, an odometer, trip meters and a tachometer. The 390 Duke is equipped with top class, Bajaj typical illuminated switchgear, dimpled palm grips, a comfortable set of levers and good mirrors. The 10.2 litre fuel-tank offers deeply recessed, appropriate thigh support. A side stand-down warning light is standard. Overall quality and fit and finish is good, as expected.
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This tech laden motorcycle deploys a four-stroke and single-cylinder, 373.2cc engine. The 390 Duke also offers fuel-injection, liquid-cooling and a twin camshaft driven quartet of valves.
The KTM 390 Duke's near 400cc engine outputs maximum power of 43bhp at 9000rpm and peak torque of 3.57kgm at 7000rpm. This big Duke gets a six-speed gearbox that shifts in a one-down five-up pattern. In India, the 390 shall use a larger radiator, for better cooling in our torrid conditions.
The 390 Duke deploys a rigid, steel trellis frame and chunky 43mm diameter front upside down forks developed by suspension specialist WP, while at rear there's a cast alloy swingarm supporting a monoshock. The suspension setup has been tweaked to make it slightly plusher on the Indian spec bike keeping harsh Indian road conditions in mind. The 390 Duke uses an ABS enabled 300mm single disc brake in front and 230mm rear unit, a radial mounted, four piston caliper biting the front, and both controlled by steel-braided hydraulic lines.
Detailed Specifications: 
Price: Rs.  180,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)
On Sale: July 2013
L/W/H: 2002/873/1267mm
Wheelbase: 1367 +/- 15mm
Ground clearance : 172mm
Fuel tank capacity: 10.2litres
Kerb weight: 154kg
Engine layout ​​Single-cylinder, liquid cooled, four stroke
Displacement 373.2cc
Power 43bhp at 9000rpm
Torque 3.57kgm at 7000rpm
Specific output:  115.2bhp per litre
Power to weight: 279.2bhp per tonne
Gearbox: 6-speed, 1-down, 5-up
Front suspension: Upside-down forks
Rear suspension: Monoshock,alloy swingarm
Front brake: 300mm disc (ABS)
Rear brake: 230mm disc (ABS)
Wheels ​​10-spoke alloy
Rim size (f-r): 17 inches
Tyre size (f-r): 110/70 x 17–150/60 x 17 inches

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