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Rear Clear line and surprisingly comfortable even on long tours: The seat of the 990 SM Comfort isn’t about upholstery alone, but has at least as R. much to do with the seat position. Details that count: carbon heat shields over the stainless steel silencers as standard.

A chassis with exactly the right combination of sporty resilience and comfort, a high-quality finish, perfect ergonomics, an ample range, refined components and the ultimate engine. Handlebar If one single detail is important, then all details are important: Shot-blasted, butted aluminium handlebar as standard.


Exhaust Stainless steel double-pipe system with two regulated catalytic converters. Shock absorber The WP shock absorber is connected directly to the swing arm and is the perfect complement to the fork. It has fully adjustable high and low speed compression damping and rebound damping.

The piston rod, like the fork, is extensively fine-polished and coated in TiAIN.


Fork As standard: Fully adjustable 48mm WP upside-down fork with particularly wide tuning range from sport to touring. The inner tubes are extensively coated with titanium-aluminium-nitrite, which works roughly as follows: First, the fork is precision-ground, then hard-chrome plated, and finally the TiAIN coating is applied. The result is around 2.5 times as hard as hard chrome and is so even and smooth that the fork is extremely sensitive.

Engine The heart of the SM is the LC8 75-Twin recognised as R the benchmark in high-revving series-produced twin-cylinders. The intelligent design with a multifunctional balance shaft makes it the lightest and most compact V2 in its class. The sophisticated engine design impresses riders through its explosive power and a very soft and even throttle response.

The optimum value is exactly in the middle between too much and too little. Experienced motorbike riders know: 155 HP might sound good, but when it comes to having fun it is more important that enough usable power is applied right where you need it as you battle to get round the bends. Especially if the HP, as here, is pulling a really low vehicle weight of 189 kg and as such can be safely controlled in all circumstances. Not convinced?

Try it out on a road test and no further explanations will be required. It’s not by chance that the LC8 is the top ranking engine in many international comparison tests. And that’s even against bikes with an additional 40 HP.

Rear-wheel brake Brembo two-piston floating calliper with 240 mm mono disk.

Front brake Precision tool: Radiallymounted Brembo 4-piston monoblock calliper, radial brake pump and two 305 type disks. Brutal if need be, foolproof to use and easy to maintain.

First Oil Filling for all KTM Engines.

Frame/weight At around 9 kg, the powder-coated frame of thin-walled chrome-molybdenum stainless steel weighs the same as a mountain bike. The consistently lightweight construction contributes to the sensationally low overall weight. Lightness that you can feel with every metre.

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