Sunday, November 13, 2011

KTM 200 Duke Specifications



KTM 200 Duke Specifications

No. of Cylinders 1
Cubic Capacity 199.50
Bore x Stroke (mm) 72 x 49
Compression Ratio 11.3:1
Valve and Cooling DOHC 4V, Liquid Cooled, Fuel Injection
Power (Bhp/RPM) 25 Ps @ 10000rpm
Torque (Nm/RPM) 19 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Transmission 6 Speed, claw shifted
Cooling System Liquid
Front Tyre Size 110/70 x 17
Rear Tyre Size 150/60 x 17
Wheelbase (mm) 1367
Front Brake 280 mm disc
Rear Brake 230 mm disc
Fuel Capacity (liters) 10.5
Seat Height (mm) 810
Kerb Weight (kg) 136
Front suspension USD, Telescopic fork, 43mm dia
Rear Suspension Monoshock
Front fork travel (mm)140mm
Real wheel travel(mm)150mm
Headlamp 12V 60/55W H4
Battery 12V 8AH VRLA


Vehicle Features:

• Trellis Frame.
o Shortest possible connection of swing arm pivot to steering head.
o Well triangulated structure giving high rigidity.

• Aluminum swing arm.
• Upside down fork.
• Rear Mono-shock.
• Wide and radial tires.
• Front radial and rear floating caliper brakes.

• Cute looking all LED blinkers.
• KTM’s trademark orange color.
• Superbly finished AL die cast swing arm.
• Solid muscular chassis tubes on display.
• Backlit control switches.
• 5 spoke & shaped wheels.
• AL – cast rider and pillion footsteps.
• Headlamp roll ON during rolling downgrade: This means there is a vertical compensation for the angle created on an incline or decline, something like the adaptive headlight in the K1600, but way less advanced than that since the one on the KTM will not compensate for the lean.
• Zero maintenance 8 AH VRLA battery.
• Hydroformed handlebars : Better strength at clamping location.
• Finger rockers with hard carbon coating to reduce friction.
• Radial mounted front brake caliper.
• One piece forged crankshaft.

Aluminum Swing Arm
• The light alloy swingarm with directly linked WP shock absorber excels with extreme cornering stiffness and outstanding tracking stability.
• Aluminum swingarm excels in high strength to weight ratio with low unsprung mass.
• Shape and sections designed to maximize strength and reduce deflections under loads.

Suspension

• Flex resistant and high rigidity upside down forks with WP technology ensure stable and precise performance under extreme handling.
• Larger section module near the clamping with frame for better rigidity.
• Increased inner tube guide length improves rigidity
About WP: WP means White Power. For more then 30 years now, ever since it was founded in Netherlands (but now that facility is closed) WP Suspension is developing advanced suspension products to satisfy the high demands of motorcyclists, world wide. Various motorcycle manufacturers, such as BMW, Husaberg and KTM use WP Suspension products in the production of their motorcycles. In 1999 it was taken over 100% by KTM. Today it produces OEMS and aftermarkets for BMW as well as KTM at the Munderfing facility in Europe.

This what I attained after riding the K200 on the track..

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