KTM brings the street version of its Moto2 maine

KTM has revealed on social media that it is preparing a limited edition of its Moto2 motorcycle, which will be available to a number of customers around the world.

According to the available information, only 100 copies of the ebiti were certainly made in an exclusive edition.

The news itself raises certain questions, as all Moto2 machines are currently powered by Triumph three-cylinder engines. We believe that they will not be the choice for the production variant.

Those who have been diligently listening to the teaser video below, it seems that a larger cubic twin unit is waiting for us. We assume that this is KTM’s parallel twin unit, with a volume of 890 cubic meters. Such allegations are in line with the information that was originally published a few months ago, that KTM and Kramer are working on a joint project.

If you look closely, you can see the green trelis frame as it is on the Kramer GP2 890R racing motorcycle.

This suggests that KTM will be working with Kremer on a new motorcycle, which will be based on the GP2 design.

We assume that the consumer machine based on the Moto2 motorcycle has the same armor design as the racing two-wheelers, but with a few important components, the work of Kramer Studios.

So, the design of the rear part is waiting for us, with WP suspension, Brembo spikes and even Dymag wheels.

The GP2 has 130 hp with traction control, is teak 140 kg (without a full tank) and has about 100 Nm of maximum torque. There is no information about the price, but having in mind the exclusivity of the edition, we believe that it will not be at all naive.

The official debut of the KTM Moto2 uline maine is next week.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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