Stumble upon this beautiful graphics for this already hot KTM RC390. Owned by Mr Azuan, designed by edt gfx, this RC390 has been added the original livery to its skin in nicest way possible. The large ‘ BRAAAP’ title is comical and shows that this mean that it ready to blast its throttle in full. See also the Keretapi Tanah Melayu logo on the bottom of the fairing, just to tease some of the KTM fans maybe? 3 more pictures after the jump: Continue reading “Azuan KTM RC390 BRAAAP graphic by edt gfx, Malaysia – different, nice and original”
Supersports is one of the popular bike category for so long. The category exudes speed and performance. This has been to the factor that supersports styling is the style used in professional racing namely in MotoGP and WSBK.
The particular supersports from KTM, the RC390, embodies the statement of speed and performance really well. It got all the packages to be a great supersports bike. Great chassis, great engine, high performance and of course great design.
KTM RC390 is an interesting bike in terms of design. When I see the concept first by KTM, it looks very sharp and carry the silhoutte of the KTM RC250GP which is being used in Moto3 racing series. What’s even better is that, the concept has been taken into the production with minimal changes in the overall design. It is still sharp, and most important, it is different than the rest of the supersports in its category. The iconic double front headlamp with double J LED fairing light is distinguishable from far to be a KTM. The rear lights also very interesting with a strong presence of the red light bar. This has to be one of my favourite rear light design so far. It looks different, creative and feels like it is designed by someone who knows bikes and love it very much. Continue reading “2014 KTM RC390 Review – lightweight and track-ready -RM27,500”
KTM Malaysia CKD recently invited us, and our colleagues at BikesRepublic.com to join in on its special ride to Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan. The ride took place on Saturday and was organised especially by the Austrian brand’s Kedah-based local assembly arm together with the KTM CKD Owners Club.
Up to 120 bikes took part in the mass convoy ride, comprised mostly of the Austrian brand’s two most popular CKD models – the Duke nakeds and RC supersport series. The firm had previously hosted plenty of group rides over the last few years, with this latest one to Port Dickson being its third for this year. Also present in this ride were the KTM Dukers club and its various chapters hailing from all parts of peninsula. Continue reading “We take part in the Austrian ‘orange fever’ in Malaysia during the weekend’s KTM Malaysia CKD Ride to Port Dickson 2015”
Eurotech Wheel Distribution Sdn Bhd has unveiled its duo of super sport series named RC200 and RC390 here in Shah Alam, Malaysia. The subject of this bike is to make it more track friendly and appeal to younger rider that are starting to learn to ride track bikes. Personally, I like the double headlight cluster that is enclosed in elongated frame that looks very different that what we always see. This might be the iconic look for KTM super sports bike for years to come as what BMW have done with the squinty headlight of the S1000RR.
On the first impression, this bike looks like the one bike from the racer in Moto3 series. The one in Moto3 is 250cc whereby the KTM RC200 are 199.5c and the KTM RC390 is 373.2cc. We can say that the RC series is the mix of the supersports style of the Moto3 racer and the base model from the Duke series. RC200 are able to produce maximum output of 25hp while the RC390 at 44hp. Continue reading “2015 KTM RC200 and RC390 street legal supersports machine launched in Malaysia by Eurotech Wheel Distribution Sdn Bhd – RC200 RM16,888 and RC390 RM27,500 (basic)”
KTM Malaysia CKD has posted on their FB page that shows that they are going to unveil the KTM RC200 and RC390 this 16 September. It has been unveiled at Modena, Italy last week and the arrival of the RC200 and RC390 to Malaysia is very quick. Price is estimated to be around RM18,000 for the RC200 and RM28,000 for the RC390.
via: KTM Malaysia-CKD FB