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  • Q. I want engine cylinder block for KTM RC 390.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    In order to check availability and price details of spare parts, we would suggest you to contact the nearest authorised service center. Check out authorised dealership details.

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    Owais
    Owais | 3 weeks ago

    I need this part

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    Owais
    Owais | 3 weeks ago

    I need this part

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KTM 2022 rc 390 User Reviews

  • Nice one ☺️ speed 🚅 khatarnak

    Nice one ☺️ speed 🚅 khatarnak hai bhai op bolte bap hai

  • 5.0
    I never had experience on

    I never had experience on the bike but its one of my dream bike.Hope to buy it soon.

  • Everything Is Just Different

    I have ridden a classic 350 for six years. The RC 390 feels like the opposite end of the spectrum. From the power delivery to the cruising, everything is just different. 1. Difference is the riding posture: The position is committed yet not too good that it hurts your wrist and neck too much. I ride 80 km in a day, 40 km on one side in traffic, and I did not find it too difficult. 2. Handling: The RC 390 handles are incredibly agile and sharp. 3. Power: The power delivery is thankfully not too good, at least at the bottom end of the throttle and the ride by wire smoothens the acceleration. Also, I noticed that the traction control kicks in, and sometimes gives a dead throttle when I twist the accelerator too much. The bike does come to its own after 6000 rpm, there is a very noticeable boost in the acceleration, which is incredibly cool, and one of the best parts of the motorcycle. 4. Refinement: As I stated earlier, coming from a bullet that has a very smooth ride in lower rpm is not the case with the RC 390, there is quite a bit of knocking when you're in a higher in lower speed. The engine starts knocking loudly when your 6th gear is at anything below 45kmph. But anything above 6000 rpm and the engine floats has no vibrations. 5. Suspension: Which is suitable for soaking in many bumps. In conclusion, even if you are an enthusiast. This bike is not meant for the city the RC 200, which I test ride. Would be a better deal than any of the twin-cylinder competitors and would also be a great option if you're looking for refinement and comfort. The bike price is a whooping 4.2 lacs which may be a bit too much, and the mileage is around 20kmpl.

  • Back sitter

    Comfortable while riding and as well as back sitter, Mileage is about 35 to 37 km/l, Pickup is not as racing bike n i don't like it, Service cost is around 12k to 15k, Engine performance is decent for me, Built quality is mush better than most of the bike, I like my bike but as a youth i like to have a racing bike

  • Best bike but color is not

    Best bike but color is not perfect for this type of bike.Finally bike is best for rider.

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