There have been numerous modifications made to the popular 200cc Duke, but this time, we have discovered something truly unique and magnificent that will blow your mind. Yes, we are referring to the new Indonesian KTM Duke 200 that has been customised. Here, the level of customisation is completely off the charts. To give it a more retro-inspired style, it has been seen completely stripped down from its naked appearance, and trust us, it looks fantastic.
The aggressive naked KTM Duke 200’s body panels have been changed with some hand-built neo-retro body panels. The main modifications include forging a somewhat rounded headlight with LED bulbs and painting the fuel tank in two different colours to give it an antique appearance. You can see how the split set is being changed out with an unusual single-piece saddle.
The Duke 200 was given its first accommodations in the form of a towering rear fender and a stylish taillight. The under-belly engine guard had a new, odd appearance when strategically placed custom emblems and stickers were applied. The modified motorcycle had a wider set of dual-purpose tyres that might, in theory, increase its on-road power. As the new fascia is being installed, the trellis structure is being scraped.
The bespoke paint job it received was the final and most intriguing step. Metallic crimson paint with a conspicuous black border stripe covered the fuel tank. The personalised emblems are installed, and the orange pin-striping on the wheels has been bypassed. There was no mention of any engine improvements, therefore the modified motorcycle is propelled by a 200cc single-cylinder engine with a maximum output of 25 HP at 10,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 19.2 NM at 8,000 rpm. The engine is paired with a 6-speed transmission.