The flat side panels of the KTM RC390 offer plenty of room for visual modifications and sticker work, making it a blank canvas for mods. The graphic addition idea for a powered KTM logo that really shines without any external light assistance was abandoned since PH Customs (Meerut) had something different in mind.
The same idea that underlies every advertisement panel is used to power the LED light installed beneath the fairing. The concept is amazing, but much more so, the outcome unquestionably makes the rider feel satisfied.
All over the body, PH Customs employed color-changing paint that reflects a purple-green finish when viewed from various angles. To give the machine that can be seen at night with its luminous emblem that mean-machine appearance, the orange frame was coated black.
To produce a more steady profile than the bright orange wheels would have, the modification painted the alloy wheels black. A unique dual exit exhaust with a chrome finish has been added to this RC390 to increase head turns compared to the standard model.
The 373cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine in the KTM RC390 is a potent, under 6-second 0-100 kph sprinter that generates 43.5 HP and 36 Nm of torque. An automatic 6-speed transmission with a slipper clutch is included with the engine.
With a top speed of 180+ kph on straight highways and confined circuits, the RC 390 sprints faster than many twin-cylinder motorcycles in its engine segment. Excluding expenditures like registration fees and insurance premiums, the price of a new KTM RC390 is INR 2.36 lakh.