TVS Apache RR310 to get its first update on 28th May, enhanced performance is expected
Recently TVS updated the ECU software of Apache RR310 a couple of months back. The changes also saw the addition of a new chain roller, new visor pads for reduced vibrations. Updation of ECU reduced vibrations as well as increased the top speed of the faired bike from TVS.
Now Apache RR310 is all set to receive its first update after being in the market for 1.5 years. We expect TVS to slightly increase the power output from its 312cc single cylinder engine. Right now the engine makes 33.5bhp at 9700rpm and 27.3Nm torque at 7700rpm.
The company says that new Apache RR310 will be ‘Crafted to be invisible’. these words compel us to think about the bike getting more power. Expect the bike to be refined than before with this update. Lighting is all LED so no changes are required here.
Apache RR310 might get a bump in power output
TVS says that new Apache RR310 will be more exciting than the current version. This can be possible by increasing the power output and also tweaking the handling of the bike. One can also expect new graphics and color options for the bike.
Just a few days back TVS showcased sportier Apache RR310 in an event in Colombia. The bike featured had a number of stickers and graphics which made it look sportier. There were no mechanical changes to the bike whatsoever.
Apache RR310 competes with KTM RC 390
Speaking about the components, Apache 310 get top of the line equipment like USD forks and a rear monoshock. The chassis is a steel tubular trellis frame. Braking duties are handled by 300 mm petal disc at the front with 4-piston Bybre caliper. A 220 mm disc is equipped at the rear end with single-piston caliper.
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At present, TVS Apache RR310 is priced at Rs 2.24 lakh ex-showroom. We don’t think TVS will hike the price this time around as it will create a problem with bike losing its value for money proposition.
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