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Bajaj KTM 200 Duke Bikes

Austria leading bikes manufacturing company KTM in tie up with Bajaj Auto is ready to launch KTM 200 Duke for Indian biker. During 2011 EICMA motorcycle exhibition at Milan, Austrian Bike marker had unveiled this bike. Presumably, KTM 200 Duke in India is developed with engineers of Bajaj Auto Ltd. and will be produced locally at Bajaj Auto Chakan facility near Pune. Price of the KTM 200 Duke will be kept extremely competitive in terms of features and class leading performance.

KTM 200 Duke Engine Specifications, Dimensions

KTM Duke 200 is powered by 200 cc with the 4-valve, fuel injected liquid cooled DOHC engine which can produce more than 200 PS of Power with dry weight of around 125 kg. The bike proudly flaunts ready to race genes and sports light weight upside down forks from WP suspension which boast of the same 43mm outer tube diameter as KTMís flagship road racer RC8 R. The rear suspension too comes from WP and is linked to the lightweight high quality, die cast swing arm. KTM Duke 200 has short stroke bore into stroke configuration of 72mm x 49mm, advanced mono-suspension, good ground clearance, trellis frame and radical styling. KTM expertise with performance oriented single cylinder motors, torque makes performance of the bike very good and gives excellent pickup with the help of zipper acceleration technology used in this bike. Powered coated
light weight tubular space frame inside the engine offers exceptional balance of rigidity and flex for rewarding cornering experience. It also helps in even distribution of forces. The brakes are from Bremboís sub brand Bybre with a radial four piston brake caliper. Front Brake disc is 300mm and rear disc brake is 230mm. The 17 inch cast alloy wheels are covered with grippy tubeless tyres from MRF. Front wheel has 110mm wide section
while the rear wheel has 150mm wide section. For improved handling weight is centralized by exhaust unit placed right under the engine. Keeping in mind the road conditions in India and street bike version of KTM 200 Duke, 165 mm of ground clearance is kept in order to avoid any under belly damage to bike. Over all seat height of around 810mm would be little uncomfortable for short riders. Bike will be available in White/Orange, Black/Orange & Black/Green sporty colors. Once launched KTM 200 Duke promises to be one of the most exciting bikes available in India. It is one of the most fun to ride, stylish and potent machine that will give neck and neck competition to other premium motorcycle brands in the country. The KTM Duke 200 is expected to hit the Indian roads by early January 2012 and will be sold exclusively at Bajaj Probiking dealerships. The price of KTM 200 Duke is expected in between Rs. 1.2 Lacs to 1.5 Lacs.

Main Features of KTM 200 Duke Bikes:

Sharp front styling, High Performance Braking system, Quick acceleration with large gear ration, Quick throttle response with highly aspirated 200cc engine with dual exhaust mufflers, High Suspension travel, Light Weight body structure, Rigid body design to deal with high speeds and stresses, Sporty colors and graphics.
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