Autologue Design is a Pune-based customizer that is known for some of the most mouth-watering kits available for production-spec motorcycles. It was launched in 2015 by Mukul Nanda, a Transport Designer, and Cricketer Yuvraj Singh, with an objective to inspire passionate bikers like themselves to break free from the boundaries of what is offered to everyone and instead transform it into their exclusive possession. Autologue Designs comes with the aim #GoOutOfStock which really stands for their new innovative and constantly updating kits and projects.
The stock KTM RC series is obviously a good weapon for track days, although if you want to get more out of it and enjoy your time on the track without making major changes to the bike, the Autologue Design RCX2 kit is the solution to go.
The RCX2 kit was co-developed with Sagar Sheldekar popularly known as Sarge and is designed for riders that would like to get the most out of their time on the track. The kit has been designed by Autologue in such a way that every curve on the racetrack will seem like an ordinary turn.
The RCX2 Kit includes a new fairing with a bubble visor, a shortened engine belly cover, and a compact tail section, which you can order as a kit or separately depending on your needs. The belly cover is not compatible with the BS6 versions of the RC series. The kit is compatible with all RC390, RC200, and BS4/BS6 RC125. The whole body kit would cost you at least Rs.25,600.
This kit from Autolouge does not include any mechanical advancements; instead, it is a basic Bolt-On kit that can be installed without any welding or physical modifications to your bike. A question that will occur in your mind is how the kit will perform better on the track if Autologue is not providing any mechanical improvements.
The answer is that the parts included in the kit greatly improve the bike’s aerodynamics; the front face now has a bubble visor, headlamp cover, and mirror-less finish; you can also remove the headlight assembly to make the bike lighter; the larger visor helps to lower the weight and add more space to tuck-in when riding straight. In comparison to the factory parts, the bolt-on parts are simple to replace and lightweight.
The side fairing has also been modified, with a shorter belly pan for enhanced corner-carving ability.
A sleek, lightweight tail section with a good track bike backrest is also included in the kit. The result is a no-compromise track bike with lower weight, enhanced aerodynamics, and a stock engine configuration.
The KTM RC series starts with Rs. 2,10,923/ on-road and goes till Rs. 3,13,922/ and adding a Kit worth Rs 25,600 without getting any ECU to remap or any other major changes and all the parts on the offer are bolt-ons so you can change between the stock and kit anytime when you feel the need.
Comment & let us know whether Will you try such a Bolt-on Kit on your bike!