KTM has taken the wraps off the new 890 Duke, the successor to the KTM 790 Duke that’s been discontinued following the implementation of Euro 5/ BS6 emission norms. The KTM 890 Duke is positioned below the KTM 890 R, the more powerful variant that debuted in 2021.

  • 889cc engine makes 115hp and 92Nm of torque

  • Gets updated WP Apex front suspension 

  • Seat height is 5mm lower than the 790 Duke’s

2021 KTM 890 Duke: engine and electronics

The KTM 890 Duke uses the Euro 5/ BS6-compliant 889cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled LC8c engine that also powers the 890 Duke R, albeit in a lower state of tune. Instead of the R’s 121hp, the 890 Duke’s engine is tuned to produce 115hp and 92Nm, which is 10 more horsepower and 5 more Newton metres of torque than the KTM 790 Duke’s engine. In addition, KTM claims that this engine features an increased rotating mass, by 20 per cent,…

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