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Maybe that is some sort of special addition as they seem to also offer the old color scheme which i greatly prefer. In fact i like it.

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the yellow frame its totally gay, looks like an old husky.. but stoked they are coming in with some 2t.,

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there is the still linkless 2008 KTM... pretty expensive but redecorated leftover.

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Maybe that is some sort of special addition as they seem to also offer the old color scheme which i greatly prefer. In fact i like it.

Husaberg_TE_250_90.jpg

ths is the 2011 model

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we still dont get them in the US, they are only for European markets

I hope MXA is wrong. I was under the impression the 2012 Hbg 2Ts are available in the USA. We'll know for sure after the 2012 intro meeting this month.

Quote from post on UHE: "The dealer meeting flyer says come ride the new generation two stroke Husaberg machines. Thats all ,no more no less. June 26-28. Millvile,MN"

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there is the still linkless 2008 KTM... pretty expensive but redecorated leftover.

Or it could be considered a refined KTM design that works very well. It is at the top of my list for a new bike.

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I hope MXA is wrong. I was under the impression the 2012 Hbg 2Ts are available in the USA. We'll know for sure after the 2012 intro meeting this month.

Quote from post on UHE: "The dealer meeting flyer says come ride the new generation two stroke Husaberg machines. Thats all ,no more no less. June 26-28. Millvile,MN"

The yellow frame is the 2012 and it's my impression that they will be available to NA this year. As you said, we'll know for sure by the end of June.

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I heard today that a 300, and possibly a 250 two-stroke Husaberg just might come to the USA in 2012, but they will use the older KTM XCW frame without linkage, and keep the cost about $1000 less than a new 2012 KTM with the new frame, plastics, etc. Interesting turn for HB and KTM, offering the HB's with older technology as more of an trail bike at a lower price point.

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I hope they don't do the yellow frame on the 4Ts 'Bergs.

No doubt these (and their sister KTMs) are sweet bikes though. There seems to be a movement back to 2 strokes :ride:

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I would be very surprised if the 2-stroke bikes wouldn't be available in the US, I know that my local dealer is taking deposits for the 2012 2-stroke Bergs.

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I hope they don't do the yellow frame on the 4Ts 'Bergs.

No doubt these (and their sister KTMs) are sweet bikes though. There seems to be a movement back to 2 strokes :ride:

The 2012 4-strokes have the yellow frames too.

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I like the look. The 08-10 XC frame was my favorite. The new 11 frame is very stable and has a nice layout,but the older frame fit me best.

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the frame the 125/200's had back in 06/07 fit me the best, I'm just not tall enough for the newer frames

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Yeah-KTM's have gotten taller.Heard they are getting even taller for 2012. There should be more options for shorter people. One good thing with linkage is,they have longer linkag arms to lower the bike,but it isn't alot. I thought the z-bolt and low seat was the "fix all"? Supposedly there are 2 different size ohlins and WP shocks-USA gets the shorter version. I may just do-up my 250sx like the Husaberg. Just gotta find the rad shrouds.

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