In early 2021, KTM's first move was to introduce the upgraded 890 Duke, which also uses an 890cc twin cylinder engine with 115HP and 92Nm of peak torque. The KTM 890 DUKE is part of the latest batch of new cars released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology today. The biggest cosmetic difference is the removal of the hump in the back seat
Same as the data shown on KTM's official website, the maximum power data of 890 DUKE published by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology is 89kW, the maximum speed is 239km/h, and the retooling mass is 184kg
In addition to the steering ABS system and tracking control system, which detect the action through the six-axis sensor, a sliding clutch and an MSR system (optional) are used to prevent the rear wheels from locking up due to severe downshifting on low coefficient of friction roads.
In addition to RAIN, STREET, SPORT, TRACK (optional) and other riding modes, the 9-section tracking control, wheel lift and throttle control all allow the owner to adjust the Settings freely
The 890 DUKE R uses a Brembo MCS radial hand pump, which allows self-adjusting of the pull rod. The front brake system is a Brembo Stylema four-piston brake caliper with 320mm dual disc. The rear brake is a single piston brake caliper with a diameter of 240mm
For the suspension, the WP APEX fully adjustable 43mm inverted forks are used, with the same aluminum alloy as the 790 DUKE on the upper and lower triangles instead of steel. For the rear suspension, the WP APEX high and low speed compression and rebound functions are adjustable
The wheelbase of the whole vehicle is 1482mm, only 7mm more than the 790. Seat height 834mm, tank capacity 14L