Adulthood brings with it a more conservative appearance, greater power and smoother throttle response, plus a lower price and seat height.
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|Price ||na |
|Engine type ||l-c single |
|Valve train ||DOHC, 4v |
|Displacement ||690cc |
|Bore x stroke ||104.5 x 80.0mm |
|Compression ||12.6:1 |
|Fuel system ||EFI |
|Clutch ||Wet, multi-plate slipper |
|Transmission ||6-speed |
|Claimed horsepower ||70 bhp @ 7500 rpm |
|Claimed torque ||52 lb.-ft. @ 5500 rpm |
|Frame ||Steel trellis with aluminum swingarm |
|Front suspension ||WP 43mm fork |
|Rear suspension ||WP shock with adjustable spring preload |
|Front brake ||Brembo four-piston caliper, 320mm disc with optional ABS |
|Rear brake ||Brembo one-piston caliper, 240mm disc with optional ABS |
|Front tire ||120/70ZR-17 Michelin Pilot Power |
|Rear tire ||160/60ZR-17 Michelin Pilot Power |
|Rake/trail ||26.5º/na |
|Seat height ||32.9 in. |
|Wheelbase ||57.7 in. |
|Fuel capacity ||3.7 gal. |
|Claimed curb weight ||352 lbs. |
|Colors ||White, black |
|Available ||na |
|Warranty ||na |
|Contact ||KTM North America, Inc. |
38429 Innovation Ct.
Murrieta, CA 92563
VERDICT: 4 out of 5 stars.
KTM’s original wild child has matured into a lean, entertaining and improbably useful character.