New Husky 300 MXGP

Motocross

KTM's are orange & black not white & blue

its a 2stroke who cares what color it is.

KTM's are orange & black not white & blue

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That's blue & white :p

Hell I'd still hit it.

That's blue & white :p

90% blue, 10% white, id agree with you

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KTM sticker and Sachs motor?

Is it a KTM motor with Husky graphics or something different?

               Craigus

god techno euro music sucks!

Is it a KTM motor with Husky graphics or something different?

               Craigus

Everything is KTM with the exception of the plastic. They just called Acerbis and bolted the shit on

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Got you beat on the gayness meter with this one

 

 

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Everything is KTM with the exception of the plastic. They just called Acerbis and bolted the shit on

You know you want one!

yes yes I do....

Everything is KTM with the exception of the plastic. They just called Acerbis and bolted the shit on

Subframe is more like the Husa, but looks to be CF, not plastic. Hope the husky eventually has more variation compared to KTM than the final incarnations of Husaberg did.

Subframe is more like the Husa, but looks to be CF, not plastic. Hope the husky eventually has more variation compared to KTM than the final incarnations of Husaberg did.

 

from what i'm reading, the CF subframe looks to be an OEM part as well, but who knows.

 

 

Husqvarna, which was recently acquired by, and will act as a sister company to, KTM has not given up on two-stroke technology, despite the four-stroke revolution practically overcoming the rest of motorcycling. In fact, Husqvarna is committed to advancing two-stroke technology with the introduction of its latest motorcycle, the TC300.

Designed to compete in the newly formed European Motocross 300cc two-stroke championship, the TC300 is a TC250 two-stroke, upgraded to 300cc with accessories soon to be available from the Husky Power range of special parts. Decorated with official Husqvarna Factory Racing graphics it will feature numerous technical upgrades, among which will be a carbon fiber rear subframe, a full Akrapovic exhaust system, CNC machined hubs and triple clamps, and WP suspension.

Husqvarna will actively support the European Motocross 300cc two-stroke championship, and the wider use of two-stroke engine technology. Offering great acceleration characteristics, easily achievable power and capacity increases, ease of maintenance, and compact design, Husqvarna is fully committed to two-stroke power.

Six months after the acquisition of Husqvarna Motorcycles by Pierer Industrie AG, Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH is now fully operational and will soon begin distributing the 2014 Husqvarna model range soon. Now Husqvarna will benefit from direct association with KTM group – Europe’s largest motorcycle manufacturer operating from one of the world’s newest, state-of-the-art production facilities.

Enduro and motocross models will be unveiled to the world’s press from October 5-11, where journalists will be able to ride the new machines at the famous Uddevalla circuit in Sweden. Bikes are then slated to arrive in European dealers staring in November. Time tables for North American distribution are yet to be determined.

 

im trying to understand why everyone is complaining about the husky essentially being a ktm...its been 6 months people, are they suppose to come up with a 100% different bike from the ground up in 6 months time?

from what i'm reading, the CF subframe looks to be an OEM part as well, but who knows.

 

 

im trying to understand why everyone is complaining about the husky essentially being a ktm...its been 6 months people, are they suppose to come up with a 100% different bike from the ground up in 6 months time?

They had a completly different bike to start with and they tossed every peice in the garbage and painted their KTM white

Not very promising IMO

still better than a 4stroke...

They are beautiful bikes :)
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