Purist and demanding on one hand, yet highly efficient and forgiving on the flip side thanks to proven top-end components, the EVO2-690R is best described as a Moto3-like lightweight race bike for hobby and amateur racers.
Technology and Specification
|Engine:||KTM single cylinder 690cc|
|Dash:||AIM Mxm GPS dash logger|
|Front brake disc:||2x 290mm fully floating|
|Rear brake disc:||1x 220mm fully floating|
|Brake caliper:||Brembo RCS Corsa Corta 19mm|
|Front brake caliper:||Brembo Stylema|
|Rear brake caliper:||Formula 4 piston|
|Rims:||Al forged rims Dymag UP7X 3,5 "x17" & 5,5 "x17"|
|Exhaust:||Stainless steel racing exhaust [103 dBA]|
|Triple clamp:||CNC triple clamps with offset adjustment 26 & 28 mm|
|Fork:||WP Apex Pro 7543 closed cartridge|
|Shock:||WP Shock with KMC setting [fully adjustable]|
|Chain:||520 DID ERV Racing|
|Fairing material:||GRP with carbon/Kevlar reinforcement (white gelcoat finish)|
|Steering damper:||Hyper Pro RCS|
|Handlebars:||CNC handlebars with interchangeable tubes|
|Tank:||self-supporting rear made of XPE [12 liters]|
|Frame:||25CrMo4 steel trellis tube|
|Mapping options:||variable engine brake|
|Air filter:||Racing DNA|
|Front brake caliper bolts||Titanium|
|Frame crash pads|
|fork fist crash pads|
|Brake lever guards|
|Oil screws wired|
Frequently asked Questions
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What is the difference between the EVO2-690S and the EVO2-690R?
- Front brake system
- Brake lever guard
- Fork crash pad
- Standard tires
- Rear rim dimension
What data can I read from the EVO2-690R data logger?
- Temperature and water temperature
- Oil pressure on/off
- Gear position
How often do I need to change the oil on the EVO2-690R?
We recommend changing the oil on a Krämer EVO2-690R after the first day of riding and approximately after every three riding days thereafter.
In which racing series can you participate with the EVO2-690R?
- ManxGP, Supermono Class
- 300 Curves of Horice, Supermono Class