The European type-approval confirms that there’s no change to the engine, which is the same 889cc KTM LC8c parallel twin as the standard Norden 901, with 103 hp at 8,000 rpm. However, the wheelbase is longer, up from 59.6 to 60.2 inches thanks to the extra-long fork, and the bike’s weight increases from 483 pounds to 505 pounds (both figures include 5-gallons of fuel). The wheelbase increase is reflected in a growth in overall length from 88.7 to 89.6 inches. While the bars are no wider on the Expedition, so the overall width is unchanged at 36.5 inches. The taller suspension and a higher windscreen mean the new model is more than 6 inches taller overall, coming in at 60.9 inches compared to 54.5 inches for the standard Norden.