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Project HKR - KTM Supermono

 

 

KTM Sepermono - Motoforza fairings - HKR racing team

 
HKR-Racing stands for:
 
Henco Christof
 
Krämer Markus
 
Rothe Nico
 

 

Supermono fairings for this model are from KTM RC8, supplied by Motoforza exclusively to the Austrian KTM factory in Mattighofen since 2008. For the first specification Supermono EVO1 the 2010 season, which appears throughout the series Austrian KTM TNT Cup fairings suffered only minor adjustments. But for EVO3 specification for the season 2012, have been carried out extensive changes. Bodywork were radically narrowed, which contributed to better aerodynamics. The seat-rear part is content of one piece (unlike RC8) for faster installation and greater rigidity. Narrowing the bodywork optically benefit the motorcycle. Beautiful design underlining the nice painting, gold painted frame and sponsor logos.
 
 
 
Below a little bit about the team and the entire racing HKR his "crew". Also useful information on the composition of the motorcycle and motor parameters.
 
 
 
HKR Racing Team

 

Our aim is not only going racing, it is also about the revival of a nearly lost segment, the Supermono. Check out our Team page to see what this is about and why it is worth thinking about it.

 

 

 

 

KTM Sepermono - Motoforza fairings - HKR racing team

Grown up on different continents, all three of us have been brought into deepest Innviertel to Mattighofen by the unconditional passion for motorcycles. Where we work in different areas for KTM Sportmotorcycles. Our passion goes far beyond our jobs and so we formed in late 2009 HKR Racing and started to develop a single cylinder race bike, implement it into reality and to go racing with it. Why a single cylinder racing motorcycle?
 
The special feature is the pairing of a high capacity single cylinder 4 stroke engine with a compact Superbike chassis. Major advantages of this approach are that extremely low weight, excellent handling and low acquisition and maintenance costs compared to a superbike.
 
The fact that I am an amateur racer I was instantly able to go faster lap times with the Supermono than I've ever done with a superbike. Despite the power differential and the lower top speed the supermono is that much faster in the corners and driving becomes so much easier. All this leads to more fun on the track more confidence to the bike and finally faster lap times. The fact that your finally able to squeeze out your race bike makes you feel like a pro racer.
 
 

Christof Henco:

Is a trained product designer and is responsible for functional wear at KTM Sportmotorcycles. He grew up in Australia and was racing 4 years in the Superstock championship. In our team, he is primarily responsible for the design. 

 

Markus Krämer:

Is a Mechanical Engineer in product development. Since 2007 he is leading the KTM R&D accessory department. Through his job Markus has an excellent network of contacts out of the motorcycle industry and is instrumental in the technical development of the motorcycle involved.

 

Nico Rothe:

Is a trained tool maker and technician in engineering. He has been with KTM since 2008 and is working as a CAD engineer in the R&D. He is responsible for the complex design of plastic parts. In our race team he is mainly in charge for the CAD work and technical development of the motorcycle.

 

 

HKR Racing - Crew : 
 
Sören Schliesser:
 
Is a trained motorcycle mechanic and is working in the KTM Marketing workshop since 2009. He is technical responsible for the KTM race orange fleet. 
 
 
Martin Becker:
 
HKR Racing team photographer and entertainer
 
More about project and team on website :   HKR racing team
 
 
Chassis
 
Frame - Chromium-Molybdenum trellis frame, powder-coated
Subframe- Chromium-Molybdenum
Fairings - Motoforza
Handlebar  - Aluminium stump handlebar
Front suspension -  WP-USD Ø 43 mm
Rear suspension - WP-Monoshock
Suspension travel front/rear - 120/140 mm
Front brake  -  2 x Brembo four piston, radial bolted caliper
Front brake disk - Ø 320 mm
Rear brake - Brembo ono piston, floating caliper
Rear brake disk - Ø 240 mm
Rims front/rear - Cast aluminium wheels 3,5 x 17"; 5 x 17"
Tires front/rear -  120/70 R 17; 160/60 R 17
Chain  - X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4"
Exhaust system - Special Akrapovic Titan underfloor exhaust system
Wheel base -  1420 mm
Tank capacity - 10 liters
Weight (no fuel) -  125 kg
 
Engine
 
Engine type  - Single cylinder, 4-stroke
Displacement - 690 cc
Bore x stroke - 102/84,5 mm
Performance - 80 hp
Max. torque - 80 Nm
Max rpm - 8700 rpm
Compression ratio - 12,5:1
Transmission - 6 gears, dog clutch engagement
Fuel Mixture Generation -  Keihin EFI with EPT (Electr. Power Throttle)
Lubrication - Pressure lubrication with 2 Eaton pumps
Primary drive - 36:79
Final drive - 16:37
Cooling -  Liquid cooled
Clutch - APTC slipper clutch, hydraulically operated
Motor Management - Keihin EMS
Air filter - K&N 
 

 

 

HKR Supermono EVO3 MJ 2012

 

 

 

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HKR Supermono EVO1 MJ 2010

 

 

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