KTM Introducing the Motorcycle Stability Control on the 1190 Adventure
For the first time ever, KTM introduced their motorcycle stability control (MSC) in September on their premium popular model 1190 Adventure and 1190 Adventure R. However, the owners of the 2013 model need not get disappointed with this new and innovative safety features as there is a retrofit kit. The MSC stability control system was developed by KTM in association with the leading mechanics brand, the Bosch. With this, KTM becomes the first brand in the world to introduce the new ABS that can work even while concentrating on the deepest lean angles. The new Adventure models by KTM are now not only considered as the most versatile models among the performance bikes, but also the safest models in the world.Photo 1: KTM
The motorcycle stability control (MSC) system can support the riders in combination with the combined antilock braking system C-ABS in a multitude of ways, subjected to the principles of physics and mechanics. It has been since mid-January 2014, the MSC retrofit update of KTM is available with the dealers globally.
The owners of KTM 1190 Adventure or Adventure R of the previous models year can get their bikes updated with the innovative MSC system by approaching the authorized KTM dealers and service centers. You may not be finding it difficult to find an official KTM dealer near to your place, and if not aware of one, you can easily find one by going to the website of KTM and using the dealer locator application.Photo 2: KTM Introducing the Motorcycle Stability Control on the 1190 Adventure
IT may take hardly about one hour for the dealers to install the MSC retrofit update and there is no need for any additional hardware to be installed to get it installed. The price of this MSC retrofit in Germany is about 399 Euro, all inclusive. However, the price may vary in different countries due to the difference in taxation. The owners and mechanics enthusiasts can visit the official KTM web site or blog in order to get a clear understanding of how the new motorcycle stability control system works.