New KTM 1390 SUPER DUKE R EVO for sale in Swindon

THE LATEST MASTERPIECE
WITHOUT A DOUBT THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER AND BETTER, THE NEW ELECTRONICS ARE AMAZING ON THIS BEAST. FIRST ONE IN STOCK WILL YOU BE THE FIRST TO BUY???. KTM, Auto-High amounts to a -10mm sag setting at the rear wheel. Auto Low is theoretically +10mm sag at rear wheel, but this depends on the weight already on the vehicle. For example, a light rider might end up with only 4mm shock preload in Auto-Standard – then Auto Low can only lower by -2.5mm as 1.5mm preload is the minimum setting – which would then roughly translate to +5mm sag at the rear wheel. Suspension Pro offers three automatic preload auto-leveling settings: Low, Standard, and High. Here, the suspension is able to calculate and adapt the preload automatically based on the weight of the rider and recreate three defined geometries: Auto-Standard, Auto-Low, and Auto-High. Suspension Pro also allows for an Anti-Dive setting, which keeps the front end stiff and stable even under hard braking. However, arguably the most exciting addition is the new Factory Start setting. In the case of the 1390, the V-Twin engine size is actually 1350cc thanks to 2mm overbore pistons, up to 110mm from 108mm previously. For the first time, the LC8 now gets KTM’s Cam Shift system, better known as variable valve timing and valve lift. This amounts to two separate valve lifts depending on the engine speed, providing optimum torque down low and maximum horsepower up top – all while keeping weight and emissions to a minimum. Despite the new engine, KTM says valve clearance checks are only needed every 37,000 miles (or 60,000 km to be exact. Of course, bigger engines need bigger throttle bodies to feed it fuel and air. In this case, the throttle bodies grow to 60 mm from 56 mm, and the top-feed fuel injectors are repositioned for better fuel atomization (the lower port injector remains unchanged). Finally, to keep the engine feeling lively through the gears, both fifth and sixth gears are shorter than before. Electronics On the electronic side of things, the 1390 Super Duke sees some interesting updates. For starters, there’s a 5-inch TFT display that has been restructured to make things easier to find. It also includes a USB-C charge port. Beyond that, there’s now a tire pressure monitoring system. The interesting bit is, for 2024, the system has been further refined and now allows for custom pressure settings for track use, with the ability to program in a second wheelset. forementioned ride modes, they’re all fairly self-explanatory, especially Rain, Street, and Sport. The optional Performance mode allows a certain level of customization, with a selection of traction control intervention and throttle control. Anti-wheelie can also be switched off and Launch Control can be toggled for perfect starts. Cruise control is also available, with riders having full access to KTMconnect, too.

Switch to the optional Track mode and you get the same level of customization as Performance mode, but the UI and UX is 100% race focused. This also allows for two display settings on the 5-inch TFT display, with a focus on lap times, or telemetry data. In these modes, only key information is displayed with secondary information discarded. Anti-wheelie can be switched off and Launch Control is available for the perfect start out of the grid, but cruise control and KTMconnect are disabled.

An optional all-new Engine Brake Control feature allows riders to set the level of how much engine brake they want to experience in five levels, allowing riders to tailor their corner entry speed to suit their skill level or riding style.
KTM unveil the 2024 1390 super duke r Evo For 2024, the anti-wheelie mode has been revised to offer five separate levels between Very Low & Very High to allow for a specific maximum degree of front wheel lift. And for those who are naturally adept at wheelies, you can turn it off entirely. The ergonomics are slightly different too. Throw your leg over the 1390 Super Duke R EVO and you will immediately be met with an aggressive, performance-focused stance. The tank has been angled slightly outwards for more rider support on the tank surface at braking and improved contact when hanging off into corners. This allows the handlebar to be moved lower for better control without compromising comfort.

Orange, 1,390 cc, 2024 , 4 miles,  2 Years Manufacturers Warranty With Options To Extend, finance Available, Extended Warranty 12 or 24 months , £19,495.00.

Visit our Website for our new interactive 360 view. For full description, history and condition please contact a member of our team and request your own personalised video. Blade Motorcycles want to offer you piece of mind and confidence in your next used bike purchase. That’s why all our bikes are offered with the Blade Approved Benefits as standard. Buy with confidence from Blade Motorcycles.

KTM

1390 SUPER DUKE R EVO

Stock #: NSWM4105
Bike location: Swindon
£19,495 ASK ABOUT MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON THIS BIKE

New KTM 1390 SUPER DUKE R EVO for sale in Swindon

THE LATEST MASTERPIECE
WITHOUT A DOUBT THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER AND BETTER, THE NEW ELECTRONICS ARE AMAZING ON THIS BEAST. FIRST ONE IN STOCK WILL YOU BE THE FIRST TO BUY???. KTM, Auto-High amounts to a -10mm sag setting at the rear wheel. Auto Low is theoretically +10mm sag at rear wheel, but this depends on the weight already on the vehicle. For example, a light rider might end up with only 4mm shock preload in Auto-Standard – then Auto Low can only lower by -2.5mm as 1.5mm preload is the minimum setting – which would then roughly translate to +5mm sag at the rear wheel. Suspension Pro offers three automatic preload auto-leveling settings: Low, Standard, and High. Here, the suspension is able to calculate and adapt the preload automatically based on the weight of the rider and recreate three defined geometries: Auto-Standard, Auto-Low, and Auto-High. Suspension Pro also allows for an Anti-Dive setting, which keeps the front end stiff and stable even under hard braking. However, arguably the most exciting addition is the new Factory Start setting. In the case of the 1390, the V-Twin engine size is actually 1350cc thanks to 2mm overbore pistons, up to 110mm from 108mm previously. For the first time, the LC8 now gets KTM’s Cam Shift system, better known as variable valve timing and valve lift. This amounts to two separate valve lifts depending on the engine speed, providing optimum torque down low and maximum horsepower up top – all while keeping weight and emissions to a minimum. Despite the new engine, KTM says valve clearance checks are only needed every 37,000 miles (or 60,000 km to be exact. Of course, bigger engines need bigger throttle bodies to feed it fuel and air. In this case, the throttle bodies grow to 60 mm from 56 mm, and the top-feed fuel injectors are repositioned for better fuel atomization (the lower port injector remains unchanged). Finally, to keep the engine feeling lively through the gears, both fifth and sixth gears are shorter than before. Electronics On the electronic side of things, the 1390 Super Duke sees some interesting updates. For starters, there’s a 5-inch TFT display that has been restructured to make things easier to find. It also includes a USB-C charge port. Beyond that, there’s now a tire pressure monitoring system. The interesting bit is, for 2024, the system has been further refined and now allows for custom pressure settings for track use, with the ability to program in a second wheelset. forementioned ride modes, they’re all fairly self-explanatory, especially Rain, Street, and Sport. The optional Performance mode allows a certain level of customization, with a selection of traction control intervention and throttle control. Anti-wheelie can also be switched off and Launch Control can be toggled for perfect starts. Cruise control is also available, with riders having full access to KTMconnect, too.

Switch to the optional Track mode and you get the same level of customization as Performance mode, but the UI and UX is 100% race focused. This also allows for two display settings on the 5-inch TFT display, with a focus on lap times, or telemetry data. In these modes, only key information is displayed with secondary information discarded. Anti-wheelie can be switched off and Launch Control is available for the perfect start out of the grid, but cruise control and KTMconnect are disabled.

An optional all-new Engine Brake Control feature allows riders to set the level of how much engine brake they want to experience in five levels, allowing riders to tailor their corner entry speed to suit their skill level or riding style.
KTM unveil the 2024 1390 super duke r Evo For 2024, the anti-wheelie mode has been revised to offer five separate levels between Very Low & Very High to allow for a specific maximum degree of front wheel lift. And for those who are naturally adept at wheelies, you can turn it off entirely. The ergonomics are slightly different too. Throw your leg over the 1390 Super Duke R EVO and you will immediately be met with an aggressive, performance-focused stance. The tank has been angled slightly outwards for more rider support on the tank surface at braking and improved contact when hanging off into corners. This allows the handlebar to be moved lower for better control without compromising comfort.

Orange, 1,390 cc, 2024 , 4 miles,  2 Years Manufacturers Warranty With Options To Extend, finance Available, Extended Warranty 12 or 24 months , £19,495.00.

Visit our Website for our new interactive 360 view. For full description, history and condition please contact a member of our team and request your own personalised video. Blade Motorcycles want to offer you piece of mind and confidence in your next used bike purchase. That’s why all our bikes are offered with the Blade Approved Benefits as standard. Buy with confidence from Blade Motorcycles.

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