2010 KTM 1190 RC8R

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2010 KTM 1190 RC8R
2010 KTM 1190 RC8R

2010 KTM 1190 RC8R
2010 KTM 1190 RC8R

2010 KTM 1190 RC8R
2010 KTM 1190 RC8R

2010 KTM 1190 RC8R
2010 KTM 1190 RC8R

2010 KTM 1190 RC8R
2010 KTM 1190 RC8R



– 2010 KTM 1190 RC8R

2010 KTM 1190 RC8R

Sharper and lighter than anything that calls itself competition: 123 Nm torque, 170 HP at 10,250 rpm and withs less than 200 kilos fully tanked.

Nonetheless, thanks to innovative solutions and meticulous detail work, we’ve achieved unsurpassed rideability – on the street and on the racetrack, in every situation – of life or riding.

– Latest generation LC8 two-cylinder, enlarged oil cooler, optimised gears, displacement: 1195 cc, power: 170 HP (125 kW)
– 7.5 kg lightweight steel trellis frame with modified chassis geometry: caster raised by 6 mm, wheel base shortened
– WP suspension 43 millimetre upsidedown fork, TiAlNi-coated
– WP shock absorber, TiAlNi-coated piston rod
– Forged Marchesini light alloy wheels with a multi-spoke design
– Radially-mounted Brembo four-piston monoblock brake callipers with reinforced 320 millimetre brake discs
– Black-coated, milled triple clamps. Fork, light alloy swing arm, brake callipers and footrest system also black-coated
– Carbon front wheel mudguard
– Adjustable vehicle and seat ergonomics

Anyone who wants a ‘Ready to Race’ 1190 RC8 chooses the extremely powerful, ultralight and extraordinarily refined ‘R’ version. The engineers have used a 2 mm larger bore to increase the displacement to 1195 cc, which, together with the other modifications, has increased the output of the powerful V2 engine to 170 HP. Comprehensive detailed work on the engine has also enabled a more direct response and further optimised rideability. Along with its other benefits, the overhauled chassis impresses through its far greater caster angle, which increases the top speed stability. The numerous high-end components include the front carbon mudguard, the premium-quality, milled triple clamps, the fully adjustable WP chassis components with a frictionreducing coating and the super lightweight, forged Marchesini wheels make the RC8 R not only more playful to handle but also faster. The race winning RC8 R also performs impressively on normal roads.

ENGINE TYPE 2-CYLINDER, 4-STROKE, V 75° · DISPLACEMENT 1,195 CC · STARTER ELECTRIC STARTER · TRANSMISSION 6 GEARS · TANK CAPACITY APPROX. 16.5 L · WEIGHT (READY TO RACE) APPROX. 182 KG (WITHOUT FUEL)

 

 

 

2010 KTM 1190 RC8R – Specifications
MSRP: See Dealer

Engine type 2-cylinder, 4-stroke, V 75°
Displacement 1195 cc
Bore x stroke 105 x 69 mm (4.13 x 2.72″)
Performance (homologated) 125 kW @ 10250 rpm
Max. torque 123 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Compression ratio 13.5:1
Starter/Battery Electric Starter/12 V 11.2 Ah
Transmission 6 gears, dog clutch engagement
Fuel Mixture Generation Keihin EFI (throttle body 52 mm (2.05″))
Control 4 V/DOHC
Lubrication Pressure lubrication with 3 Eaton pumps
Engine lubrication Motorex, SAE 10W-50
Primary drive 40:76
Final drive 17:37
Cooling Liquid cooled
Clutch Wet multi-disc clutch, operated hydraulically
Motor Management Keihin EMS


Frame Chromium-Molybdenum trellis frame, powder-coated
Subframe Aluminium
Handlebar Aluminium stump handlebar
Front suspension WP-USD Ø 43 mm
Rear suspension WP-Monoshock
Suspension travel front/rear 120/120 mm (4.7 / 4.7″)
Front brake 2 x Brembo four piston, radially bolted caliper, brake disc 320 mm (12.6″)
Rear brake Brembo two piston, fixed caliper, brake disc 220 mm (8.66″)
Rims, front/rear Cast aluminium wheels 3.5 x 17″; 6 x 17″
Tires, front/rear 120/70 ZR 17; 190/55 ZR 17
Chain X-ring 5/8 x 5/16″
Main silencer Stainless steel underfloor silencer with regulated catalytic converter
Steering head angle 66.7°
Trail 97 mm (3.82″)
Wheel base 1425 mm (56.10″)
Ground clearance (unloaded) 110 mm (4.33″)
Seat height 805/825 mm (31.69/32.48″)
Tank capacity approx. 16.5 liters/3.5 liters reserve (4.36/0.92 gal)
Weight (no fuel) approx. 182 kg (405.23 lbs)

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