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2020 husqvarna tx 300 and the 150 will have tpi

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A husky dealer owner said they were informed that the tx300 and the 150 will have tpi in 2020. I'm not a tpi hater, but I think the option of having a carbed two stroke available was nice.

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Whelp... I guess I might be waiting another year.

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woohoo!! now if we could just figure out when it's coming out!
Around July. Well, guess the newest ktm I'll think about is a 2019. Have a lack of funds already though.

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Hmm, that's odd as I don't think the dealer meeting has even taken place yet so I don't think they even know, just spewing guess's. That said, it's a very good guess and is most likely true.......

Personally I'd love to have TPI on my TX as I'm not a fear mongering neanderthal that is hung up on living in the past "tongue and cheek" there folks :) ...

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Apparently it wasn't a guess based in today's news

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I had one situation where my battery died and I needed the kickstart, so I kind of like knowing it's there. My last bike didn't have a kicker. I put 175 hours on it and it never stranded me. I did do a pre emptive battery replacement. I have a buddy that has already put money down on the new bike, so I'll get to ride it and get his opinion.

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Not so sure I want to ride a new one until I'm ready to actually buy one and that's still a couple years away..

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On 5/1/2019 at 6:24 AM, pomoco said:

I had one situation where my battery died and I needed the kickstart, so I kind of like knowing it's there. My last bike didn't have a kicker. I put 175 hours on it and it never stranded me. I did do a pre emptive battery replacement. I have a buddy that has already put money down on the new bike, so I'll get to ride it and get his opinion.

Did is still fire with the battery dead?  I have a 19 300te and i've wondered if it would start with a dead battery and kicker since its fuel injected.  Perhaps the kicker supplies the stator with enough juice to run the fuel pump?

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Did is still fire with the battery dead?  I have a 19 300te and i've wondered if it would start with a dead battery and kicker since its fuel injected.  Perhaps the kicker supplies the stator with enough juice to run the fuel pump?
Yeah, no problem

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1 hour ago, mmc205 said:

Did is still fire with the battery dead?  I have a 19 300te and i've wondered if it would start with a dead battery and kicker since its fuel injected.  Perhaps the kicker supplies the stator with enough juice to run the fuel pump?

The TPI and 4T injected KTMs will not kick start with a fried battery or no battery.  People have been adding a capacitor in case

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1 hour ago, GlennE said:

The TPI and 4T injected KTMs will not kick start with a fried battery or no battery.  People have been adding a capacitor in case

Hmm, do you have any info on this before i scour the web?  I'm interested.

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Two different dealers confirmed that the 150 will come with tpi. 

They both ordered 150. Presentation June/july. No details available yet

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Two different dealers confirmed that the 150 will come with tpi. 
They both ordered 150. Presentation June/july. No details available yet
I've been hearing for months the 150 gets tpi this year. The 250 and 300 just get more attention. I know it won't happen, but a new 200 xc or xcw (tpi or not) would be awesome. The Beta 200rr needs more competition than gasGas.

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