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The KTM 390 models get a complete redesign with full LED headlamps, a revised motor, new exhausts, ride-by-wire throttle and colour TFT tablet-type instrument console. The 390s offer the best performance in the category owing to the high-performance 373cc engine and the lightweight chassis and bodywork. The bikes also get a host of first-in-class features like a colour TFT screen for the 390 Duke, standard switchable ABS and slipper clutch.
The new KTM RC 390 gets cosmetic updates and new features. It now gets fresh graphics and the sportier look is completed with a new muffler. Unlike the old RC 390 which has an underbelly exhaust system, the new KTM RC 390 looks better with a side-mounted exhaust. On the mechanical front, the bike now gets ride-by-wire system which improves the throttle response of the bike. Power from the 373.3cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled mill produces an output of 43.5PS at 9000rpm while max torque has been bumped up 1Nm to 36Nm at 7000rpm. The bike gets new adjustable clutch and brake levers and bigger rear view mirrors. The front disc is also a larger 320mm diameter unit while ABS remains standard. Suspension and frame of the bike remain unchanged.