The KTM RC 390 has spent some time in the Indian market and is quite old now. You can easily find it in the second-hand market for a price of Rs 1.5 to 1.6 lakhs, but there are a lot of factors to consider when buying a second-hand sub-middle weight supersport. Let’s look at them one by one.
Even though it's the front tyre, it's way too costlier than other tyres, in fact you can get a good rear tyre for the price of the front Metzeler. So here we go, let's start with the list of the tyre options for the Duke/RC 390 depending on the usage.
Hi, I am Darshan from Mumbai age 21. I am a true biker and fond of bikes a lot. Recently bought a KTM RC390. The day from I bought my bike I started riding with all the proper riding gears and following the traffic rules. Bike is my passion now. Each day I wake up I feel like just sit on the bike and ride for miles and hours that gives me the immense pleasure and that pleasure I cannot get it from doing any other thing.
Taking a gander at these bikes and it takes you back to 80's and 90's, the point at which the Japanese European passage level sportbikes were attractive set up together and boosted performance to coordinate. The characteristics of the striking identity of its full developed kin from RC8 1190. Grown as a team with KTM's autonomous outline studio in Anif– Salzburg, Austria, over the previous decade, has turn into the true style focal point of KTM.
In one shocker of an unveiling event at the Tokyo Motor Show, KTM, out of nowhere unveiled the new KTM Duke250 and the RC250 which is claimed as their strongest 250cc mill. And if their claimed power figures of 31.3 Ps at 9000 RPM and 24 Nm at 7250 RPM are to be believed, you would not disagree as well. Sound something familiar here?
KTM, for the masses this name appears as the name of an Austrian motorcycle brand. For me KTM stands for Kamaal Tez-tarrar Motorcycle. Since the day one KTM offerings were the most desired, brute, and the powerful motorcycles in their respective segments.
The Austrians did their job perfectly with their Dukes. Dukes had that oomph factor, performance, styling, sound and more over their price tag was so less, that they sell like hot cakes. Dukes took over everyone from those who wanted a commuter with mind-boggling performance to a tourer to guys who spend their weekends on tracks.