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The collaboration of Brabus and KTM upgrades the already quick and menacing BRABUS 1300 R to the 1300 R Edition 23. Based on the KTM 1290 Super Duke R Evo, the Edition 23 gets tons of carbon fiber, CNC-machined aluminum, and special bits that both make the bike look more serious and move even better. The Edition 23 gets nine-spoke forged wheels in Platinum Black, a slip-on double pipe exhaust, a custom heated seat, carbon fiber bodywork, and CNC-machined aluminum footpegs, tank caps, and brake/clutch levers, just to name a few. In terms of performance, the engine is the KTM stock LC8 1,301cc V-twin engine that’s probably been mated to a BRABUS exhaust system for added power and sound. There’s also a P Pro Components steering damper, five riding modes, quick turn throttle twist grip, and heated grips for those chilly rides. 290 of them will be made globally, and you can pre-order now on KTM’s website.

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