Evotech Performance Release Product Range for KTM RC125

KTM RC125, 200 and 390

The new KTM RC range, including the 125cc, 200cc and 390cc have certainly caught the attention of many young motorcyclists as well as many seasoned bikers who like a light, agile bike with enough power to have some great fun. Evotech Performance have developed a comprehensive range of products for these motorbikes featuring design detailing and innovation EP are renowned for.

KTM Tail TidyKTM-RC125 tail tidy

Evotech Performance are known for making some of the most innovative tail tidies on the market, often incorporating our Concealed Wire Design (CWD) for the neatest wiring solutions around. The KTM RC Tail Tidy is machined from high grade aluminium ensuring a great strength to weight ratio and includes CWD to keep the wiring protected and out of sight. The EP Tail Tidy/ Fender Eliminator uses existing KTM peripheral lighting for plug and play installation requiring no alterations to the wiring loom. Carefully following the lines of the undertray and tail light, the EP fender eliminator tidies up the rear end of the RC motorcycle range, accentuating the sharp angles and slimline design of the KTM bikes.

Headlight Guard & Spindle BobbinsKTM-RC125 headlight guard & spindle bobbins

Expanding on the existing range of KTM headlight guards, Evotech Performance have produced a neat design to help protect the front lights of the KTM RC125. Following the lines of the front screen, the perforated aluminium EP guard blends in with the front of the bike, whilst ensuring that minimal light is obscured. Tucking neatly behind the screen and mounting with a single screw means that the headlight guard is very quick and easy to install. Evotech Performance spindle bobbins provide great protection to the KTM RC125 lower fork legs in the event of a crash. Using a combination of a high performance, abrasion resistant, nylon the EP spindle bobbins offer protection where it is needed whilst looking slender and compact. Evotech Performance also produce KTM paddock stand bobbins that allow the rear of the bike to be lifted off the ground for maintenance. These bobbins also help to protect the rear swing arm of the KTM RC125 in the event of a crash as they are manufactured using the same nylon and high grade aluminium as EP spindle bobbins.

Pillion Footrest Blanking GrillKTM RC125 footrest blanking plate

Removing the rear pillion footrests is a very popular modification that helps to tidy up the back end of a bike and remove unnecessary weight. Often the exposed mounting points can look ugly and unfinished. Evotech Performance have produced a guard that wraps tightly underneath the rear of the motorcycle, picking up on the pillion footrest mounts and enhancing the 'race look' of the RC125. The unique design of the EP Footrest blanking guard not only makes use of the mounting points but also helps to protect the undertray and trellis framework from road debris. Manufactured from high grade aluminium, the pillion footrest blanking guard is ultra lightweight and easily recognisable as an Evotech Performance product by the hexagonal matrix of holes as used in our radiator and oil cooler guards.

KTM Radiator GuardKTM RC125 radiator guard

The Evotech Performance radiator guard for the KTM RC125 includes our unique hexagonal matrix of holes, allowing for maximum airflow through the radiator whilst offering protection from road debris. This one piece construction, allows us to create a slender, lightweight guard without the need for a separate mesh and frame construction. EP have utilised original mounting points on the bike to attach the radiator guard in place ensuring maximum security and quick installation. The intelligent design allows the guard to be fitted without the need to remove the fairing.

KTM RC Parts Range

Evotech Performance products for the KTM RC125 also fit across the KTM range of motorcycles including the RC200 and RC390. EP will be releasing a RC390 specific radiator guard due to the increased size or the radiator to cater for the larger engine. Release dates for this product will be announced shortly.
By Dan Rack on 14 October 2014

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