MotoUSA put KTM’s 2012 RC8R to the test against its liter bike rivals. Read about it in the 2012 KTM RC8R Street Comparison review.
- 2012 Superbike Smackdown Horsepower
- 2012 KTM RC8R Dyno Chart
- 2012 Superbike Smackdown IX Torque
- If you can't wheelie the 2012 KTM RC8R then you can't wheelie anything.
- The low-slung feeling of 2012 KTM RC8R makes dipping into a corner at speed a breeze.
- The handlebar height and position can be adjusted easily on the 2012 KTM RC8R.
- We wanted more power out of the 2012 KTM RC8R.
- The 2012 KTM RC8R's gauges rated mid-pack.
- KTM's RC8R gets a handful of changes for 2012.
- Although the 2012 KTM RC8R doesn't have a ton of horsepower, it kicks out a heap of user friendly torque.
- The KTM RC8R has the most legroom in the 2012 Superbike class.
- The 2012 KTM RC8R is one of the coolest looking suberbikes on the planet.
- The 2012 KTM RC8R finishes sixth in our Superbike Smackdown IX Street.
- The 2012 KTM RC8R is rock solid in the corners.
- Keeping up with the pack takes aggressive riding on the 2012 KTM RC8R.
- The ride on the 2012 KTM RC8R is unique and takes some getting used to.
- The 2012 KTM RC8R is the only superbike with a chromoly steel frame.
- 2012 KTM RC8R