Since the KTM launch in India, back in 2012, these bikes gained instant popularity for their striking looks and enthusiastic engine and performance. Not only this, these bikes also allowed for vast modification options unlike any other bike in its class. Since there are many riders out there who would want to explore this modification world, and with this comes an array of questions like how to modify KTM? Where to modify KTM? Best modification for KTM? Where to find cheap modification for KTM? And different cheap KTM modifications available in the market today?
In the article below we try to answer some of the above question while showcasing some of the best KTM modified bike options available.
Badmaash by Rajputana Customs:
The reason why Badmaash is at the top is simple, it’s the best modification job done we have seen on any KTM in a while. The Jaipur based bike modification house ‘Rajputana Customs’, are doing what they do the best. The bike gets a number of updates in the form of blacked out 17-inch alloy wheels shod with 120-mm and 140-mm wide dual purpose Ralco rubber. All the stock fairing parts and plastics have been taken off and at the place sits newly designed panels that make this modified KTM 390 Duke looks truly badass.
Lusso Custom’s Modified KTM RC390
This modified RC390 by Lusso Custom is a true depiction of talented art work. The bike gets a bunch of visual updates in the form new panel and stickers. Also, the headlights have been modified to give it a distinctive look. The headlight assembly is designed with a side panel that covers the side angle of the front lights. Overall the RC390 graphics modification seems to have worked well for the bike, irrespective of the angle it is viewed from.
KTM Duke 200 Modification by Kunka
Kunka Motor Customs showcased this modified KTM 200 Duke a few years back at the Thailand International Auto show. The bike has been officially named as KTM Duke-T Concept 200 and it gets drool worthy modifications done in the form of dark grey colour and minimalistic design updates. It is the simplistic yet very attractive modification option for KTM Duke 200. It also gets KTM’s official power part design updates in the form of sleeker headlight, tail assembly and underbelly cover.
Autologue Design’s KTM X12 for Yuvraj Singh
This KTM 390 Duke was customized for Yuvraj Singh by Pune based bike custom house Autologue Design. Unlike the one seen above, this bike has gone through a serious number of design updates. It gets redesigned headlight assembly, tank as well as tail section to make it look like its bigger brother, the 1290 SuperDuke.
KTM 390 Street Tracker “Urban” by Bendita Macchina
This bike has been modified by the Portugal-based Bendita Macchina, as a result, the KTM 390 Duke looks nothing like it. The bike has been given a fully retro-street inspired look and the fit and finish levels look rather impressive. The front original headlamp has been swapped with a round unit, tank and tail light assembly have been totally redesigned in a minimalistic manner.
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