KTM 390 Adventure LED Light Outfitting Guide

September 27 2021

The KTM 390 Adventure is a great bike right from the factory. But you can make it even better with the addition LED lighting accessories for added visibility and safety. Equip your bike with DENALI spot lights, fog lights, driving lights, DRL daytime running lights and a high intensity brake lights. Here are some of our most popular products for the KTM 390. Click on the button to shop all products that fit your new KTM. 

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KTM 390 Adventure LED Light Outfitting Guide

Featured KTM 390 Adventure DENALI Accessories


(1) T3 Switchback M8 Turn Signals (Front) - DNL.T3.10000
(2) D4 LED Light Pods - DNL.D4.050  
(3) Crash Bar Driving Light Mount - LAH.00.10300.B
(4) DRL Visibility Pod - Amber - DNL.DRL.004
(5) Bike-Specific Horn Mount - HMT.04.10100
(6) Soundbomb Original Air Horn -  TT-SB.10000.B 
(7) Flush Mount for DRL Pod - LAH.DRL.10200


(8) DialDim™ Lighting Controller - DNL.WHS.20500
(9) T3 Switchback M8 Turn Signals (Rear) - DNL.T3.10100
(10) B6 LED Brake Light on License Plate Mount - DNL.B6.10000

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KTM 390 Adventure Lighting & Accessories 

Probably one of the worst-kept secrets in all of motorcycling was KTM’s announcement of the 390 Adventure. After all, the RC390 had been buzzing around racetracks for years, and the 390 Duke had shown new or returning riders the way back onto the street without having to be boring. The lusty little single-cylinder engine would make an ideal small-displacement adventure-touring motorcycle, so everyone said. And KTM eventually delivered for the 2020 model year, introducing the 390 Adventure to the U.S. market.

And DENALI is ready for it. Our high-intensity LED driving lights can be mounted to the 390 Adventure several ways. For one, the motorcycle comes with a set of small crash bars to protect the radiator, the ideal place for DENALI’s Articulating Bar Clamp Mount, or you could choose to mount the largest version, which fits tubes from 50mm to 60mm, to the KTM 390 Adventure’s fork tubes. Both of these locations would put any of DENALI’s lights in the right place for excellent illumination, allowing you to see far down the trail or to have other vehicles on the highway see you. 

Either way, you’re set to mount any of DENALI’s class-leading LED auxiliary lights to your new KTM mini might. Which one is best? For the ultimate in beam distance, there’s the DENALI D7, which puts out more than 15,000 lumens with two lamp pods that have a total of 14 Cree LEDs of 10 watts each. The optics provide night-penetrating distance along with a broad beam of light in front of the motorcycle. There’s also the four-LED D4, which includes interchangeable lenses for Spot, Spot-Hybrid, or True-Hybrid beam patterns as well as amber options. The DR1 comes with a spot optic standard but can be converted into spot hybrid. Both the DM and D2 lights combine light weight and superior optics for great nighttime illumination.

If history is any guide, small bikes get wimpy horns. You can fix that with a DENALI SoundBomb, available in one-piece configuration or the SoundBomb Split, which separates the compressor and horn assemblies to make installation a bit more flexible. For that matter, the Mini Electromagnetic Low Tone Horn will most likely be a huge improvement in being heard over the 390 Adventure’s standard tooter. And to be seen from the rear, don’t forget DENALI’s B6 tail-light, or use two of them on our convenience license-plate mount. You might also want a set of the T3 Modular Switchback Signal Pods, an amber/white for the front and an amber/red for the rear.

After all, while the KTM 390 Adventure is small by adventure-bike standards, there’s no reason it can’t be accessorized just as much as its bigger brothers.