Yeah in the manual it says the "emergency state" will activate if the temps go above 120C and that 6 bars is just described as "hot"
Sound advice man, I will look forward to the results. I am not sure I can change the type of oil without voiding the warranty though.
About voiding the warranty. That can not happen. I'm not sure, but I think there is no difference between the European and the US terms of the warranty.
My mechanics from the KTM authorized service did not mention anything. My motorcycle is brand new and has a warranty too. As far as I can see, there is no problem to change the oil viscosity or choose another brand, for example Bel-Ray, Motul etc. It's just important that the oil is a high grade full synthetic and compatible with this engine. Of course, to match the temperature amplitudes of the place where you live and the type of riding (track, commuting etc.). You can find a lot of information about what your options are and what is the most optimal motor oil for you and your bike.
Something to keep in mind. Almost all motorcycles are set to average riders (75-85kg), and oil is selected for average engine load. The factory setting of the motorcycle is not suitable for track or only for commuting. It is chosen to work for both but with average performance. This means If you want a well-tuned suspension, you have to upgrade your suspension and adjust it to your kilos, and if you want best engine performance, temperature etc., then you have to choose a type of oil according to the type of ride.
On the subject with temps. This weekend I managed to spin 300km and I can confirm that the engine temperature is better with 10W/60 than 10W/50! Both on the highway and on the traffic in the city.