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Brabus is bringing its performance expertise to the motorcycle world with the help of KTM. The company's first-ever motorcycle is based on the KTM 1290 Super Duke R Evo platform, which produces 180 hp and 102 lb-ft of torque. The bike features an extensive list of exclusive features that include a Monoblcok Z Lightweight 9 spoke forged wheels, a slip-on double-pipe exhaust, a custom-made heated seat, air ducts, headlight mask, carbon belly pan, CNC-machined triple clamp, CNC-machined adjustable front brake and clutch lever, CNC-machined adjustable footpegs, and a WP Apex semi-active suspension with Suspension Pro package. 

The bike will be available in Signature Black or Magma Red and each color is limited to 77 units.

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