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Yuvi’s Autologue YouWeCan X-12 custom bike up for auction; KTM Duke kits launched

Autologue YouWeCan X-12

Limited edition custom kits can be easily bolted on to Duke 200 and 390 bikes without any modifications to the stock chassis.

Yuvraj Singh’s Autologue YouWeCan X-12 custom motorcycle based on the KTM Duke 390 was first showcased at the IBW 2015 in Goa earlier this year. The Pune-based custom motorcycle firm has announced that the motorcycle will soon be up for auction. Autologue X-26, another Duke-based custom job, has also been launched.

Autologue YouWeCan X-12

Yuvraj Singh commissioned Autologue YouWeCan X-12, a custom KTM Duke 390 to raise funds for his cancer charity.

The proceedings of the auction would go the southpaw cricketer’s YouWeCan cancer charity. Further, the brand has also announced the launch of limited edition KTM Duke X-26 and X-12 custom kits which can be bolted on to both Duke 200 and 390 without making any modifications to the chassis or drilling a hole. The company says that the kits were developed using Chassis Scanning, 3D Modeling, CNC machined Patterns, Woven Mat FRP and Standox 3 coat Painting.

The X-26 kit includes a tank cover, headlight, radiator cover, belly pan, sidepanels, tail tidy and tyre hugger which come at a price of INR 49,390. Buyers can also opt for rear seat cowl and anodized CNC machined components.

Autologue YouWeCan X-21 (5) custom KTM Duke kit

Apart from the bike which will be auctioned, limited edition X-12 and X-26 custom kits will also be sold as bolt-on elements.

YouWeCan X-12 bike offers more custom elements such as Two Brothers full exhaust system, BMC air filter, Race Dynamics ECU upgrade, rear set foot pegs, CNC machined custom oil caps and a custom paint scheme.

Autologue is intending to make the custom KTM Duke Kits available throughout the country and is currently seeking dealer partners.


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