Today we bring you KTM RC200 modified into a racing bike which is worth Rs 52,000 and has many upgrades and visual updates.
- KTM RC200 modified into a racing bike
- This particular modification on RC200 is owned by Adarsh Suresh
- No powertrain changes have been recorded and continues to powered by a 199.5 cc liquid cooled engine
KTM is currently one of the most popular bike brands in the Indian market. Courtesy of low and high-capacity performance engine and budget-friendly price tag. Motorcycle enthusiasts love to customize their rides and tanks to aftermarket support offered, along with many modifiers that have been developed in the past four-five years. Here, we bring you the modified KTM RC200 into a racing bike and owned by Adarsh Suresh IG-@_moto pilot. The bike looks full-on tracking bike that moves at high speed on racing tracks.
While talking about the modification RC200 gets an aftermarket full body kit sourced from a Pune-based Autologue designer. At the front we have a stook visor replaced with an aftermarket one, which covers the entire face of the rider. The Dual projector headlamps remain untouched, while the visor-mounted rearview mirrors have been removed to give it better aerodynamics. The bike also gets a unique paint scheme – White, grey, and red -with black elements here and there on a bike. The tail section now features an aftermarket rear cowl in place of the pillion seat turning into a proper single-seater sports bike. As for performance KTM RC200 remains unchanged and continues to power with the same stook powertrain.
It is powered with a 199.5 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, which belts out 25.7 PS of maximum power and 19.5 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes paired with a 6-speed gearbox system. While talking about the rear fender it gets a sporty look with the rear mudguard removed and the underbelly continues to have stock exhaust keeping the rear apron to a minimum. The front fender is also custom which features a White grey red paint job. The frame has also been blacked out along with sleek-looking alloy wheels. The total modification costs Rs 52,000, comprises of body kit Rs 35,000, paint job, and graphic worth Rs 17,000. The overall design looks good and unique.