KTM RC 390 ADAC cup bike

KTM RC 390 ADAC cup bike

From 2014, the riders will race in the ADAC Junior Cup on the new KTM 390 RC Cup, produced in Mattighofen. Here you will find all the data.

I took a load of photos of the bike in the Kiska studio too, which you can see here.




KTM CEO Stefan Pierer: ”We developed a pure GP racing machine for the Moto3 World Championship. In contrast, the RC 390 Cup is based on a series model project. Both of these two projects were given the highest priority because the development of lower displacement, high quality street bikes are among our core activities. The new KTM RC 390, which will be available for sale in 2014 will meet a big demand for affordable, quality sport bikes for the lower displacement class.”


Engine type: single cylinder, 4-stroke
Displacement: 373.2 cc
translation: single cylinder, 4-stroke
power: Cup version approx 38 hp
Fuel System: Bosch EFI (throttle valve 46 mm)
Control: 4 V / DOHC
Engine Lubrication: Wet sump system
Cooling: Liquid cooling
Clutch : mechanical multi-disc wet clutch
engine management: Bosch EMS

Frame: Steel tube frame, powder coated
front suspension: WP-USD Ø 43 mm
Rear suspension: WP monoshock
front brake: Four-piston caliper, radially symmetrical blocked off caliper brake, brake disc Ø 300 mm
Rear brake: Single-piston brake caliper, floating caliper brake, brake disc Ø 230 mm
wheels, front / Rear: Cast aluminum wheels 3.00 x 17 “, 4.00 x 17”
Tyres, front / rear: 110/70 ZR 17, 150/60 ZR 17
Silencer: Akrapovic titanium silencer with regulated catalytic converter
Steering head angle 66.5 °
Wheelbase : 1340 + / -15 mm
Seat height: 850 mm
Fuel tank capacity: about 9.5 liters
Weight: 130 kg


  1. Christian Eldridge 10 years ago


  2. Christian Eldridge 10 years ago

    I can’t string too many words together to describe that! Wow!

  3. Eric Wischhover 10 years ago

    Looks like fun!

  4. Vamsi Punnam 10 years ago

    looks superb……..

  5. Bartosz Borowiak 10 years ago


  6. Flávio Broca 10 years ago

    q máquina!

  7. Flávio Broca 10 years ago

    q máquina!

  8. sexy this bike..i like..

  9. Matthieu Dabadie 10 years ago

    j'en veux une!

  10. Heiko Born 10 years ago

    absolute great!!!

  11. Heiko Born 10 years ago

    absolute great!!!

  12. Benjamin Aimard Onisor 9 years ago

    moi aussi elle me botte bien ;)

  13. Benjamin Aimard Onisor 9 years ago

    moi aussi elle me botte bien ;)

  14. Hero Pleasure 9 years ago

    Sounds like double whammy for competition, RC390 together with P375 can pre-empt any competition. Bajaj-KTM is doing unimaginable things within the premium section. If this can be offered at about 2.5 lakh OTR, then it’ll definitely have an effect on Ninja 300.. btw, have u people thought about milage of the bike ? It has to be atleast 40km per 1 ltr

  15. Jon Lukazukari 9 years ago


  16. Sajal Chakraborty 9 years ago

    Since this would be sharing it's engine with the Duke 390, which bangs out 43bhp, I can't understand why the RC390 CUP manages only around 40!!

    Looks just so drop dead gorgeous, but it would be a shame if the Production of the RC390 ends up producing less than what Duke 390 produces (both for Peak Power and Peak Torque). Heck I'm even expecting the RC390 to be shorter geared than the Duke 390 to it's RC persona!! :)

    Let's see what the Milan Auto Show gives us

  17. Yuvraj 9 years ago

    I must say WOW.

    Expecting to launch the akrapovic version getting launched in India asap and I will BUY.

  18. Yuvraj Dixit 9 years ago

    really looking for one there for the RC CUP akrapovic one with a double seat

  19. Alex Kharazmi 9 years ago

    Can KTM please bring the RC390 over? I would buy one over a ninja 300 or CBR250 in a heartbeat, but it simply isn't available. The demand exists, I assure you.

  20. Mandy Edwards 9 years ago

    it looks epic MAN!

  21. Mark Lathrope 8 years ago

    Bloody lovley

  22. Ahmet Cinar 8 years ago

    Mother fucker

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