KTM have teamed up with REVO Technik, the UK distributor and support centre for GET data acquisition and engine control units.

REVO are already recognised as leaders in their field, providing automotive performance software for brands such as VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda and Porsche and with the majority of motocross bikes now being fuel injected it was a natural progression for the Daventry-based company to bring their expertise to the off road sector.

Part of the Italian Athena group, GET are already heavily involved in the sector and currently work with an impressive array of talent such as Stewart, Reed, Cairoli, Roczen and Desalle.


Steve Turner, team principal of KTM, stated: “GET offer a complete electronic package and we will be working closely with REVO to optimize this package with the goal of improving the performance of our bikes using their new GP1 EVO programmable ECUs in conjunction with their Maya Advanced software. I have been very impressed with REVO as a company and look forward to building a successful, long-term partnership which will deliver the desired results for us both.”

Mark Yates, Managing Director of REVO, added: “We are delighted to be associated with Steve and able to support the KTM team. Working with such a high-profile and successful team will not only assist in future develops but be integral to the promotion and creative awareness of this unique new technology! We too are looking forward to a long and successful relationship and wish KTM all the best success in their 2011 campaign!”

For Nev Bradshaw’s take on GET systems don’t miss his report from an exclusive DBR test day in the next issue, on sale May 13…