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2016 Ktm Duke 390 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2016 MileageMileage:750
Location:

Manchester, Connecticut, United States

Manchester, Connecticut, United States
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KTM Duke 390 photos

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KTM Duke 390 tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle has an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

KTM Duke 390 description

2016 KTM Duke 390 - Black

20116 KTM Duke 390 - Black
VIN# MD2JGJ40XGC272879
In excellent like new condition with 750 Miles
No crashes , Never Dropped
KTM OEM Warranty until 3/16/2017

Accessories included in this auction follow:
KTM billet valve caps
KTM billet front and rear brake reservoir covers
KTM comfort drivers seat
KTM touring windscreen
KTM tank pad
KTM owners manual
KTM two ignition keys 
Bags Connection Evo Tankring adapter
Custom footpeg enlarger ( not installed )
Custom adjustable brake and clutch levers
DIY Radiator Guard
SW-Motech rear rack ( Not installed )
All OEM parts removed or replaced

Moto blog

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Pit Biking; good clean fun for all the family

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Report: KTM Developing 375cc Twin for Bajaj

Tue, 08 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Austrian manufacturer KTM is reportedly working on a new 375cc Twin-cylinder engine for Indian partner Bajaj. Bajaj owns a 47% stake in KTM and the two companies have worked together in the past for the KTM Duke 125 and Duke 200 as well as the Bajaj Pulsar 200NS (pictured above). According to India’s Business-Standard, KTM and Bajaj are collaborating on a new 375cc engine at Bajaj’s research and development facility in Akurdi, India, outside of Pune.