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Modified KTM Duke 390 into an approachable buggy bike

Here we have the modified KTM Duke 390 into an approached-friendly roadster bike with hots of updates in ergonomics and performance.

  • KTM Duke 390 is the most affordable high-performance bike in India
  • The Modified Duke 390 video was uploaded by Vamp Video on its YouTube channel
  • Approximate cost of the custom is around Rs 1 lakh

Currently, in the Indian market, KTM Duke 390 is the most affordable high-performance bike, with the bigger engine as well as one of the most popular bikes the bike enthusiasts in our country. As cool and high rated it looks, a lot of enthusiasts also love to customize their motorcycle with mod jobs and transforms it into a unique design bike with improving performance. The modified KTM Duke 390 we have here had an extensive design element; at the front, we can see aftermarket round-shaped LED Headlamps with custom Visor as well. While the whole bike from front to rear profile features an all-blacked theme.

KTM Duke 390 modified
KTM Duke 390 modified

Little orange shades on the fuel tank and on front custom bigger visor, which gels well with the grey paint job of Bike. The fuel tank is completely changed with new bigger and with a larger capacity than stock one. The split ferries get all blacked out which gels well with the lighter grey paint scheme on the bike. As for the rear profile the pillion seat replaced with a cowl one, along with hidden taillights for a cleaner and short and shabby look. There is a custom logo on the fuel tank as well in orange color lettering. The stock riding position has been altered, the handlebars been raised while the seat has been moved upward and further back.

However, the footpegs have been shifted back and the instrument cluster now being placed on the handlebars. The bike also gets a new tire, a customized radiator, a new air filter, and an aftermarket exhaust pipe. Although, the approximate customized design costs Rs 1 lakh, which is almost a third part of the total cost of the bike, which is Rs 2.71 lakh ex-showroom. The modification is quite extensive though it will take around a month to finish the job. However, it is eye-catchy for traffic police as this type of customization has been outlawed in India. As for performance, the stock engine of KTM Duke 390 comes powered by a 373.2 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor which belts out 43.5 PS of maximum power and 37 Nm of peak torque.

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