KTM Duke 200 modified into a retro-styled scrambler in Indonesia.
We have seen various modifications of the KTM Duke 200 but this particular Duke 200 from Indonesia is one of the most attractive looking ones. A video on the same has been shared on YouTube too. The modified KTM Duke 200 might remind you of the Benelli Leoncino.
The KTM Duke 200 loses all its body panels and gets custom, hand-built units. The altered Duke 200 gets a stubby front fender and a classic round-shaped headlight. The retro inspiration continues on to the fuel tank as well. It gets a teardrop shape and is finished in dual-tone paint. A single-piece seat replaces the split seat setup and the rear gets a tiny tail light and a high set mudguard. The modified KTM Duke 200 gets an underbelly engine guard and a side-mounted aftermarket exhaust.
The motorcycle also gets some tweaks to its trellis frame to accommodate the styling changes. As one can infer from the images, the bike runs on knobby (dual-purpose) tyres. Mechanical modifications are unknown yet but it is likely that the modified KTM Duke 200 is mechanically unchanged. The stock KTM Duke 200 draws power from a 199.5cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor that produces 25 HP of power and 19.2 Nm of torque. The powertrain comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
KTM Duke 200 Modified
– A KTM Duke 200 modified into a retro-looking scrambler in Indonesia
– The modified bike looks nothing like the Duke 200
– Mechanical modifications are unknown yet
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