2011 KTM Duke 200 Technical Specification [Unofficial but Very Likely]

KTM 125 Duke (shown as reference)

KTM Duke 125 have all the durability and made to be forward upgrade-able by using crankcase that can withstand higher power from the increase of power. KTM 125 Duke have about 15 horsepower, and the Duke 200 have about 24 horsepower. Other than the change in bore and stroke, almost everything remains the same. Check out the full KTM Duke 200 tech specs (unofficial) after the jump

Frame Tubular space frame of chromoly steel
Subframe Steel
Handlebar Tapered steel, DM 26/22 mm
Front suspension WP USD ø 43 mm
Rear suspension WP central shock
Suspension travel front/read 160/160 mm
Front brake Disc brake ø 280 mm
Rear brake Disc brake ø 230 mm
Rims front/rear 3,00 / 17″ x 4,00 / 17″
Tyres front/rear 110/70 x 17″ x 150/60 x 17″
Main silencer Stainless steel (KAT)
Steering head angle 65°
Trail 100 mm
Wheel base 1350 +/-15 mm
Ground clearance 185 mm
Seat height 810 mm
Fuel tank capacity approx. 11 litres (ROZ 91)
Weight (WITHOUT FUEL) approx. 118 kg

Engine Type Single cylinder, 4-stroke engine
Displacement 199.5 cc motomalaya.net
Bore x stroke 72/49 motomalaya.net
Power output (homologated) 24hp @ 10,500/min (expected)
Max. torque not known yet
Valve timing DOHC
Starter Electric starter
Transmission 6 speed
Fuel mixture generation Electronic fuel injection
Valve Timing 4 V / DOHC
Lubrication Forced oil lubrication
Secondary drive 14:45
Cooling system Liquid cooled
Clutch Wet multi-disc clutch, operated hydraulically
Ignition system Bosch

Source: compiled from Alan Cathcart (CycleNews)