Woods skid plate for 2011 250 SXF

Looking for skid plate to 2011 250 SXF which would give some side protection as well. According to the web page Enduro engineering seems to have one which should fit both 250 and 350 SXF. Has someone tried to put it to the 250 SXF? Any other options available for 250 SXF without modifications?


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ktm makes one, it is for the previous year but it works, also i couldnt find a good one for my 350 and did a little googleing and found a canadian company called Scorpion Off Road. They make plates for cheap and they look pretty killer.

Get the Flatland Racing one or the Scorpion Racing one. Both priced fair and built stout.

Any carbon fiber ones out there. ?

P3 Makes a carbon one for the 350 sx-f

Thanks brody!

IMO the quick release plate from KTM hard parts is the way to go.

Off and on in 30 sec. A breeze to clean between the engine and plate.

I've had 3 and put them through abuse. They last as well as carbon fiber.

Ordered finally Flatland Racing skid plate, they have released 2011 250 SXF model, which is different from 350 SXF. Had one in one of my previous KTM's and they seem to be good quality stuff.

Ordered finally Flatland Racing skid plate, they have released 2011 250 SXF model, which is different from 350 SXF. Had one in one of my previous KTM's and they seem to be good quality stuff.

Awesome! Post up some pics when you get it mounted.


Got it last week and installed it during the weekend. Very good fit and easy installation, also oil holes are well aligned. Thick good quality stuff, I'll post some pics later this week.

Hyde Racing have one ready for the 350 sx/xc-f. pn: HP-SG-107

I have one on my 300 and it's been awesome...it shows little wear after a lot of use...plus it's light and quiet on impact.

I know some have bad things to say about the company, but my experience has been good and the product is tough.


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