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And hey - PEAK power is at 10k rpm! What wisdom is to set a rev limiter at peak power point?? Usually the rpms are limited at 1. Duke has its peak power at 9k rpm, 1k less than D, but has a rev limiter set at same rpm.
The way I see it - injustice has been done to our Duke and I am going to correct it! Of course, at those speeds and at 10k rpm you wish to have Dukehave a reserve of power and ride at more relaxed rpms, but that's where all this rear sprocket story kicks in! Have a little more relaxed ride at high speeds with taller sprocket BUT, anything less than T would make Duke much more tame, that's not an option.
Originally Posted by shv18 Good post my friend. A graph representing various top speeds achievable with front and rear sprocket swaps. Now as far as i am aware of 6th Gear even with the KIIRIUS remap the stock ECU doesnot allow the bike to go beyond 10, rpm though i would request the guys who have gone with the retune please clarify this. The main challenge for KIIRIUS and RD is how to make the fuel map complementary with the sprocket mod in order to try and keep the acceleration as brute as possible without compromising of FE and load the engine too much due to changes with the sprocketing.
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I just checked it, and entered stock Duke configuration, but the problem is that speeds are not accurate! At least about Duke Something I also see from your screenshots. That program shows speed of kmh at 10, rpm for 43T sprocket. However, when I talked to Abhishek from Kiirus he was mentioning "11, - 11," figures. Now, it looks like things are not really exact, or maybe the top revs differ at different gears. But they have a video on their website of Duke running Kiirus ECU on a dyno and topping at kmh.
That's an old Duke at 43T. New Dukes have 42T, and new set of sprockets with chain can be bought at service centers. I'd first try to find if there is 41T sprocket if possible and put that. Maybe even 40T could be an option Now, back to reality - I'm yet to ride a road where I can ride kmh safely.
OK, I've seen roads that can handle those speeds, but not without crazy trucks spread out at all 3 lanes, changing lanes at random will Some more details - Abhishek from Kiirus mentioned something about the top speed being limited regardless of ECU.
He says it's not about rpms but about the top speed, and that from the feedback he got from different Dukes with his ECU some were able to achieve only max of kmh, some kmh, some kmh. He says these figures vary on different bikes. Disconnecting the cord that gives the rotations of front wheel to console would remove that limit, but then the console wouldn't show the speed at all. I am not really sure what to make out of this, sounds really unlikely that different bikes would have such a limit.
I'm more inclined to believe those riders simply weren't able to achieve higher top speeds. That would explain that those "top speed limits" are different on different bikes. It probably matters how a bike was broken in during the run in period. Mine was redlined straight away and finished with run in in km, and easily hits the rev limiter at kmh at slightly more than 10k rpm new KTM ECU map.
OK, another point - I watched that kmh Duke video from Malaysia I posted, this time carefully, and I have to make a correction! The guy says it's a stock sprocket but removed rev limiter.
Well, that's not the case. If you look at the tacho, he is never going more than 10, rpms. I think he even hits the rev limiter few times.
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However, the speeds he is doing are very high. So it looks like he only has a different sprocket. The combination of rpms and speed he is going would put the sprocket size at around 37T. So, it looks like he has a stock ECU or maybe a beefed up ECU like Kiirus that gives more power to be able to pull such a tall sprocket but definitely has a tall sprocket, 37T matches his speed and revs.
In fact, if memory serves me well, someone from Malaysia has posted in this or team-bhp Duke thread a year ago or so, saying he has put 37T on his Duke!! Starting this up feels like a dragon ready to burn the road. Features The latest Duke maintains the same look of its predecessors, with the underbelly exhaust instead of the side mounts usually seen in the and But the Duke is far less bulkier and more sportier compared to the others.
Being the least costliest of the trio, it can be considered a cost-friendly alternative for the die-hard KTM fans. The beautifully illuminated console houses a cluster of features like a digital trip meter, fuel gauge, speedometer, tachometer, and odometer.
QTA Going at high speeds confidently requires absolute trust in the motorcycles brakes. Fitted with mm front disk brakes and mm rear disk brakes, the bike does halt just right. The seating of the KTM Duke 20 is comfortable enough with not much stress placed on the legs of the rider.
The Duke holds a This blasts out a maximum torque of It races from 0 to kmph in about 9 seconds and with a really good speed to gear ratio manages to reach a top speed of kmph. The weight of the bike plays a huge factor. Lightening the Users need to support the weight and easing cruising ability.