Roughly two years ago, Vagabund Moto unveiled a stunning MX-inspired Honda Dominator build known as the V13. The sleek modern bodywork caught the eye of a slew of riders that would ultimately reach out to the Austrian outfit requesting similar builds, and after enough interest, Vagabund has opted to produce a limited-edition bolt-on kit for KTM’s 350 EXC that replicates the look of the shop’s earlier Dommie.
Known as the “350 Safari,” this transformative kit for KTM’s 350cc dual-sport was created using 3D scanning and 3D printing, with a full suite of bespoke bodywork that’s made of an amalgamation of polyamide 12 plastics and includes a new tank cover with an aero-winglet-style cap shroud, a custom tail section, and a new air filter housing. The KTM has also received a modified Husqvarna TC85 front fender and a custom 3D-printed Polyamide front fender rack that accommodates a set of Highsider satellite headlights and a pair of micro-LED Kellerman indicators.
The satellite headlights are also supplemented via a pair of LED units that are neatly integrated into the kit’s custom radiator shrouds. Offered with multiple tire options, the kit also includes new engine and swing-arm covers, hard-anodized fork tubes, a bespoke subframe, a custom-made Alcantara seat with a bespoke Vagabund tag, a ceramic-coated exhaust, a custom-made license plate holder, and a custom metal rack opposite the exhaust that holds a fuel pack. In typical Vagabund fashion, the entire kit is of extremely high quality and boasts an unmistakable factory-level finish.
Vagabund Moto’s 350 Safari kit for the KTM 350 EXC is available now as a bolt-on kit for €6,800 (~$7,400), or as a complete turnkey bike for €22,800 (~$25,000).