KTM X-Bow tuned by MTM has increased its power from standard 240 HP to 318HP. With the X-Bow, KTM now presents a vision that has become reality, making the unique spirit of KTM and the racing feeling that has always been associated with it accessible to everyone, also on four wheels.

KTM X-Bow

MTM also focused here on the support of this lightweight sports car with technical know-how of the motorsport sector.

MTM not only delivers powerful engines perfectly matched for racing conditions, but also provides excellent suspension and exhaust system components.

KTM X-Bow tuned by MTM

KTM X Bow 318HP Technical Data KTM X BOW are listed below:

Engine 2.0

Capacity 1984 cc

Bore x stroke 82.5 x 92.8 mm

Compression 9.8: 1

Boost pressure (max.) 1.45 bar

Gearbox six-speed manual gearbox H circuit

Power (max.) 233 kW (318 bhp) at 6240 rpm

Torque (max.) 420 Nm at 3790 rpm

Top speed 251 km / h - depending on the tire size

Rear wheel drive

Brembo brakes VA 305 mm

4-piston fixed caliper

Nokian Hakkapelliitta-4 245/40 ZR 18 on

9.5 x 18-inch rims

Base price of the vehicle: 56,953 €

310 hp conversion kit - see pricelist 7310 €

Total price of the vehicle: 64,263 € (Prices inc VAT + installation)

End of MTM KTM X-Bow (318HP) review.

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