Does KTM still make the RC8?

Does KTM still make the RC8?

Only 100 track-only units available worldwide. In 2015, KTM CEO Stefan Pierer discontinued the brand’s revered RC8 model and halted future production of street-legal superbikes.

What is the CC of KTM RC8?

1195 cc

Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2014 KTM 1190 RC8 R
Engine cc (Displacement) 1195 cc
Maximum Power 173 Bhp @ 10250 rpm
Maximum Torque 123 Nm @ 8000 rpm

What’s the difference between KTM RC8 and RC8R?

The 2009 RC8R has some significant changes compared to the older RC8. The engine bore’s 2mm larger taking capacity from 1148 to 1195ccs and power is up 11bhp and torque by about 4ftlb as a result. Cast aluminium wheels have been replaced with lighter forged ones.

What engine is in an RC8?

KTM 1190 RC8

Manufacturer KTM
Successor RC8 R
Class super bike
Engine 4-stroke, V-twin 75° 1,195 cc (72.9 cu in) bore/stroke: 105 mm (4.1 in) / 69 mm (2.7 in) 4 valve per cylinder DOHC, liquid cooled Compression ratio: 13.5:1
Transmission 6 gears

Why did KTM stop RC8?

As soon as the RC16 is available for customers we will stop with the RC8.” He strongly argued that the current 173 BHP which the KTM RC8 produced was way dangerous than anything on the road. He also added this to his statement, thus signalling the end of RC8.

What is the fastest KTM motorcycle?

KTM 1290 Super Duke R (186+ MPH) – Hooliganism Prevails 75-degree V-twin motor that pumps out 180 hp and 103 lb-ft. With a curb weight of just 462 lbs., the Super Duke R is a torque monster. 0-60 MPH comes up in a swift 2.6 seconds and the 1290 Super Duke R has a restricted top speed of 186 MPH.

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