Race spec TVS Apache 200 revealed for the 2018 INMRC, makes 24 PS of power.
TVS has revealed the race-spec Apache RTR 200 Race Edition 2.0 with slipper clutch for the 2018 INMRC (Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship). The race-tuned motorcycle will is also used in the TVS One Make Novice category, TVS Ladies One Make Series and the TVS Young Media Racer Series.
The race-spec Apache RTR 200 gets a slew of mechanical changes. The bike comes powered by a 197.75cc, 4-Valve single-cylinder and oil-cooled engine that produces 24 PS at 9300 RPM. For perspective, the standard Apache 200 makes 21 PS (in the FI variant) at 8500 RPM while the Pulsar NS 200 delivers 23.5 PS of power at 9500 RPM. The vehicle boasts of a top speed of 145 km/hr and makes do with 17-inch Pirelli tyres with hydraulic dampers.
Apart from the mechanicals, the race spec Apache RTR 200 also gets a modified camshaft, retuned front and rear suspension, race-tuned intake and exhaust system and a retuned carburetor and optimised ignition system. Like the stock Race Edition 2.0, the race bike uses a slipper clutch for the 5-speed gearbox.
Race Spec TVS Apache 200
– Race tuned Apache RTR 200 Race Edition 2.0 revealed
– Bike makes 24 PS of power, 3 PS more than the regular Apache 200
– Also gets a modified camshaft and retuned front and rear suspension