Mobile spy ktm

 

Spy pictures and speculations regarding the 2017 KTM 200/390 Dukes have been doing rounds on the internet for quite a while now. But recent spy pictures snapped in India and Europe have revealed that these upcoming small Dukes are anything but minor updates. A recent video too has emerged of a test bike here in India which even reveals little details about the bike. But we got to hear from some sources close to the company that there’s a lot more to these baby KTMs than meets the eye.

Firstly, it’s been confirmed that this is pretty much the final form for the updated model and it actually looks like a scaled-down version of the 1290 Super Duke R. In fact, one or more of the paint schemes on offer will be identical to its larger 1,301cc sibling. Although the new tank’s capacity is still unknown, the spy images reveal a more aggressive design. The interesting bit, however, is that the tank is now supposed to be all-metal; great news for those who want to use magnetic tank bags.

There’s a lot more pizazz on the bikes including a LCD instrument cluster. This will be a full colour TFT unit very similar to the one from the latest 690 Dukeand our sources tell us that this will have integration with the riders’ smartphone, and will be able to show GPS data. And just like that from the 690, the tachometer graph will change colours as the revs climb. The latest video also confirms new 4-way input switchgear to navigating the menus on this new LDC instrument cluster.

Mobile spy ktm

In 2016, KTM went all-in and replaced nearly ever model in the Motocross range... Except for their 250 SX two-stroke. Now, one year later, KTM pulled the trigger and released an all new 250 smoker for 2017. Was the wait worth it? Click play to find out.

In 2016, KTM went all-in and replaced nearly ever model in the Motocross range... Except for their 250 SX two-stroke. Now, one year later, KTM pulled the trigger and released an all new 250 smoker for 2017. Was the wait worth it? Click play to find out.

Spy pictures and speculations regarding the 2017 KTM 200/390 Dukes have been doing rounds on the internet for quite a while now. But recent spy pictures snapped in India and Europe have revealed that these upcoming small Dukes are anything but minor updates. A recent video too has emerged of a test bike here in India which even reveals little details about the bike. But we got to hear from some sources close to the company that there’s a lot more to these baby KTMs than meets the eye.

Firstly, it’s been confirmed that this is pretty much the final form for the updated model and it actually looks like a scaled-down version of the 1290 Super Duke R. In fact, one or more of the paint schemes on offer will be identical to its larger 1,301cc sibling. Although the new tank’s capacity is still unknown, the spy images reveal a more aggressive design. The interesting bit, however, is that the tank is now supposed to be all-metal; great news for those who want to use magnetic tank bags.

There’s a lot more pizazz on the bikes including a LCD instrument cluster. This will be a full colour TFT unit very similar to the one from the latest 690 Dukeand our sources tell us that this will have integration with the riders’ smartphone, and will be able to show GPS data. And just like that from the 690, the tachometer graph will change colours as the revs climb. The latest video also confirms new 4-way input switchgear to navigating the menus on this new LDC instrument cluster.

19-9-2016  · 2017 KTM Duke 390 will Feature Smartphone Integration to Sync Mobile Data KTM is working aggressively on the 2017 model of its popular streetfighter - 390 ...

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Toby Price is an Australian off-road and enduro motorcycle racer. He lives in Singleton, New South Wales, and rode for the KTM Off-Road Racing Team until October 2015.