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24365d85ca 30.6 in. Yesterday 11:51 AM by STUTX 268 410 Attachment(s) Welcome to KTMDukeForum!. But still going ahead for the sake of estimation of the performance the CBR400R would pack in, here are a couple of video that indicate the 0-100 kph and top speeds of the Honda CBR500R.0-100 kphDyno tested top speedIn case it hasn’t been easy for you to calculate, here are the snapshots and you may draw your performance calculations:0-100 kph (5 seconds approx)Dyno tested top-speed (191 kph)Won’t be out of place to state that numbers ticking on the dyno change dramatically in real world conditions- the bike isn’t facing any wind drag in the video In conclusion, the performance graph of the CBR400R is still a secret and though many would put the Honda down, more particularly on the power-to-weight ratio- but looking at the CBR500R references, the Honda with its quick spinning parallel twin might manage to put up a good fight against the Orange Mantis.Pricing is going to play an extremely crucial role. Youll get used to seeing the small block-graph fuel gauge plunge, too, since the KTM carries just 2.6 gallonsthe smallest by 0.8 gallon! Heres the thing: For every niggle we have the KTM makes up for it five times over with a slew of lovely details. A Bonnier Corporation Company. Price: 5,099 OTR Capacity: 471ccPower: 47bhpWeight: 194kg kerb Seat height: 790mm Price: 4,500 plus OTRCapacity: 372.2ccPower: 43bhp (41.5bhp for A2)Weight: 139kg drySeat height: 800mm Our choice: CBR500R If this comparison were called ‘CBR500R vs Duke 390 for clearing the cobwebs and having a blast to your local bike meet,’ the KTM would be the winner, no question. Bargwan likes this.