KTM 390 Duke recalled
KTM 390 Duke.

KTM 390 Duke recalled

4th Jun 2014 1:20 am

KTM 390 Duke recalled to service centres to check the front sprocket setup.

KTM has issued a recall for its 390 Duke range sold in India.

Customers owning a 390 Duke are being asked to go down to the KTM service centre, after the company detected an issue with front sprocket locking plate. KTM will check and re-position or change the sprocket locking plate, if necessary. 

The current sprocket has been detected with a tendency to misalign in the long run, and can hamper the drivechain. However, no incidents related to the issue have been reported so far. The Austrian manufacturer has already taken care of this issue in units manufactured after March 2014; it is the bikes manufactured prior to March that are being called in for a check. The company claims that the process would not take more than 30 minutes, and will be offered at no extra cost. 

So, those of you owning a 390 Duke, check with your respective KTM dealers and reach out to get your bikes fixed if necessary.

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