HomeBike NewsKTM Duke 125, 200, 390 get aftermarket Xplorer kit for Rs 13.5k

KTM Duke 125, 200, 390 get aftermarket Xplorer kit for Rs 13.5k

Autologue Design, the Pune-based custom house and accessory manufacturer has designed a few touring bike accessories for the KTM Duke 125, Duke 200 and previous generation Duke 390. These are bolt on body accessories that enhance riding experience and are exclusive for rider comforts, and do not enhance performance in any way, and hence do not nullify the bike’s warranty.

The bolt on Autologue Xplorer kit, designed for KTM Duke 125, Duke 200 and previous generation Duke 390, has been detailed by them, on the Duke 390. It shows off ways in which it will make long distance touring more comfortable aboard the Duke naked streetfighter series.

The tall windscreen with an aerodynamic front face screens the rider from direct wind blasts. The kit also consists of a semi fairing design with an adjustable visor. There is also a redesigned engine bash plate and the 17” stock wheels have been fitted with dual purpose tyres enhancing its off road capabilities even further. Apart from this, there are no other changes where cosmetic or engine, brakes or suspension setup is concerned.

Ergonomics onboard the Duke 390 have also been modified with a tall set handlebar and front set foot pegs providing the rider with a more upright riding stance and hence relating to better comfort over long distance riding.

The full body kit from Analogue Designs is priced at Rs.20,500. These can also bought individually with the Fairing kit, tank extension with visor and bracket for relocation priced at Rs. 13,500, Tail panels at Rs. 3,000 and the Bash plate / belly at Rs.4,000. This custom kit is ideally suited to current Duke 390 owners who do not plan to upgrade to the new390 Adventure

Autologue Designs is also set to offer a similar kit for the new generation 390 Duke, 250 Duke and the Bajaj Dominar 400. It is also learnt that the first Xplorer Kit for the KTM Duke series would be auctioned to raise funds for Yuvraj Singh’s cancer foundation ‘Youwecan’.

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