Federal Moto gives an "old" Duke a big revamp

Less is most definitely more.
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Federal Moto's battle plan with this 2013 KTM Duke was to reduce it to its bare essentials. The bike builder took of all the excess plastic and anything else that wasn't necessary and created the "Daisy Duke." Federal Moto started with the removal of the stock air intake system and kept the original fuel tank. 

A custom-made subframe and seat completed the rear and its shorter design gives a striking appearance unlike any KTM you've ever seen before. They've also added Renthal fat bars, front and rear fenders, Biltwell Renegade Grips, rear LED lighting, dual headlamps, and a new titanium-wrapped exhaust system. 

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