KTM actually managed to add two more foot-pounds of torque through refined ECU tuning, a larger air box, and an updated (and better looking) exhaust. Mid-range power feels strong, and with a dry weight that’s just shy of 330 lbs., the bike’s power-to-weight ratio is about as good as it gets in the small-displacement category. I never really wanted to go faster than the 390 was willing to. And on the plus side, the bike’s size and power makes you feel in complete and total control. You never really have to worry about grabbing too much throttle or overstepping your boundaries. The bike is capable, but friendly.