For 2022, KTM Malaysia, less than distributor Eurotech Wheel Distribution, has introduced three new styles for the Malaysia sector. These are the 2022 KTM 890 Duke R naked sports, priced at RM75,800, the 890 Adventure experience-tourer with a RM96,800 price tag tag and the RC200 sportsbike, going for RM15,888 with all selling prices excluding street tax, insurance and registration.
Setting up with the 2022 KTM RC200, this one-cylinder sportsbike requires direct goal and the current current market favourites in this course in Malaysia, the Honda CBR150R (RM12,499) and Yamaha R15M (RM14,998). With its liquid-cooled, DOHC, Bosch EFI-fed mill displacing 199.5 cc, the RC200 generates 25 PS at 10,000 rpm and 19.2 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm.
New for the RC200 is the monochrome Liquid crystal display dashboard, replacing the former mixture analogue/digital exhibit. Suspension is accomplished with WP Apex 43 mm diameter forks and WP Apex preload-adjustable monoshock even though tyre sizing is 110/70 entrance and 150/60 rear, with 17-inch wheels.
Weighing in at 160 kg with seat top established at 835 mm, the RC200 carries 13.7-litres of fuel in the tank. Common on the RC200 is two-wheel Ab muscles on a 320 mm hydraulic brake disc with radial-mounted Bybre calliper in entrance and 230 mm disc at the back, with a “Supermoto” manner making it possible for rear wheel Stomach muscles to be switched off.
Coming to “The Scalpel”, KTM’s just take on the middleweight bare sportsbike, the 2022 KTM 890 Duke R receives 115 hp at 9,000 rpm and 99 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm from its 889 cc parallel-twin motor. Gasoline injection for the 890 Duke R is by Dell’orto beneath command of a Bosch 9.1 MP Eu with a PASC slipper clutch equipped six-speed gearbox and chain last drive receiving power to the floor.
A six-axis lean angle sensor offers three trip modes – Rain, Street and Sport – and Observe mode is an choice, permitting customisation of the journey settings with the Bosch Ecu offering cornering Stomach muscles and Supermoto braking modes. Installing track method lets the rider have nine concentrations of traction regulate intervention when wheelie management can be disabled and throttle response set to one of a few distinctive degrees.
Braking is accomplished with 300 mm diameter floating discs on the entrance wheel, clamped by Brembo Stylema radial-mount 4-piston callipers though the rear makes use of a one 240 mm disc and two-piston calliper, with cornering Stomach muscles regular. For front suspension, a WP Apex 43 mm upside-down fork is used and the rear conclusion is suspended by a WP Apex mono shock, adjustable for preload.
Suspension utilizes an adjustable WP Apex 43 mm diameter fork in front and WP Apex adjustable monoshock in the rear. A dry fat of 166 kg is claimed for the Duke 890R with seat top set at 834 mm and gasoline tank ability is stated as 14-litres.
Rounding out the trio of KTMs released to Malaysia is the 2022 KTM 890 Adventure, coming with a parallel-twin energy plant displacing 889 cc and developing 105 hp at 8,000 rpm and 100 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. Power receives to the floor by way of six-speed gearbox, PASC anti-hop clutch and chain closing generate.
The 890 Experience differs from the 890 Journey R in the suspension, obtaining 200 mm of suspension journey and 233 mm of floor clearance in comparison to the R model’s 240 mm suspension travel and clearance of 263 mm. Seat height is also unique, the 890 Journey coming with a two-placement adjustable seat at 850 mm, the Adventure R having a 880 mm tall seat.
In the suspension division, a WP Apex 43 mm diameter upside-down fork with individual rebound and compression damping is equipped though the rear end is propped up with a WP Apex monoshock adjustable for rebound damping and spring preload. Braking is accomplished with twin 320 mm discs on the 21-inch entrance wheel, grabbed by four-piston radial-mount callipers even though the 18-inch rear wheel has a 260 mm brake disc and two-piston floating calliper.
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