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New KTM EXC Factory Editions Now Available!


Bryan Bosch

November 14, 2014 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – In order to celebrate KTḾs successful enduro racing season, the ultra-cool 2015 KTM EXC FACTORY EDITION range, with various upgrades over the standard models, are now available to purchase in KTM dealers.

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KTM 300 EXC Factory Edition

With KTM being the dominant brand in enduro racing, and following on from more success in the Enduro World Championship with Christophe Nambotin and Matthew Phillips taking the title wins in E1 and E3 along with many individual and national titles during 2014, KTM is excited to announce the release of its limited edition MY 2015 KTM EXC FACTORY EDITION machines.

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KTM 350 EXC-F Factory Edition

Compared to the standard versions, these special models have received various detail upgrades with parts and accessories designed

to the very highest level by KTM’s R&D department in Mattighofen, Austria. The increased specification of the FACTORY EDITION

machines include genuine factory graphics, orange CNC triple clamps and a factory seat with SDV logos, which offers riders the chance to truly feel like a factory racer.

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KTM 350 EXC-F Factory Edition

In addition to that, the bikes are fitted with an orange rear sprocket, engine guard, and newly developed Metzeler FIM tyres. To finish off the full factory look, the bikes also boast a striking orange frame, with orange radiators and fork guards that all make the bike almost visually indistinguishable from the true factory race machines and are sure to make these special editions

stand out from the crowd.

The EXC FACTORY EDITION model range 2015 is available in the following models: KTM 125 EXC Factory Edition, KTM 250 EXC Factory Edition, KTM 300 EXC Factory Edition, KTM 450 EXC Factory Edition, KTM 250 EXC-F Factory Edition and the KTM 350 EXC-F Factory Edition. The bikes are arriving now in international KTM dealers. WWW.KTM.COM


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