KTM 1290 SuperDuke R, RR, EVO (Gens 1-3)
A new dawn is upon our KTM Superduke family.
This new Superclamp is designed, developed, race-tested and ready to order.
Please help me gauge your interest by emailing me through this form. The more interest we get, the lower the price can be.
The new SuperClamp
For the higher-performance rider
Made from 7075 T6 aluminum, the adjustable offset Superclamp kit for the 1290 Superduke is not only stiffer than both the OEM and Power Parts tripleclamps, giving you better feel and control, but it offers you something never before available on 1290 Superdukes...
The Superclamp adds the very special ability to increase or decrease your offset, which affects trail - the single most impactful element of your motorcycle's "feel". You can now have the ability to alter your Superduke's flick-ability, increase your confidence up front, affect your turning radius, your roll speed, and to achieve a more "neutral" feel in your steering as you lean through turns - all without affecting any other aspect of your motorcycle's setup.
There are 9 different positions available: stock (32mm offset), +1mm or -1mm, +2 or -2, +3 or -3, +4 or -4.
The Superclamp retains all threaded mounting holes for OEM headlight, brake line mounts, steering damper mount, etc. It is appropriate for street applications, track day applications, and of course for racing.
As with all adjustable offset triple clamp kits, due to the wide range of adjustability we lose the "key-lock" feature and the steering stops. (There are far better ways to manage steering stops that are improvements over OEM. I can help you with this.)
Special thanks to David LaBree for all of his help creating the design and technical drawings for the Superclamp. David is one solid dude and a great member of our motorcycling, track day and racing community. David also sells a clutch slave solution for LC8 motors that works brilliantly. No more having to bleed your clutch master repeatedly to keep it working properly. It just works, like clutch slaves are meant to: KTM LC8 Clutch Slave