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CategoryLast UpdatedReviewWhen I got my 300 it was almost undid able. The jetting was terrible. I worked with it a while, I got it so I could ride the bike and broke in the motor. Then I decided to try a Lectron carb. I was one of the first to run the carb and it wasn't set right for my 2017. It was way lean. After watching a quick video on how to tune it, I went to work. I have it dialed in now. It only took about a half hour. I have no regrets on buying the Lectron. If the bike never gets better I'll be happy. It runs great and rips. I do think I'll try having the head done. 2
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewI had Slaven Racing Mill the Head on my 2017 ktm 300 xc. It gave me a boost of power all the way through the power band. I would have bought a after market head, but at the time non were available. No regrets on have them do the work. my bike runs great and it only cost $55 plus shipping.
CategoryCustomLast UpdatedReviewI followed KTM and Husky video and sanded my reed blocks flat. Then I installed his reeds. I was pleasantly surprised at the power difference this made to my bike, especially down low to mid. I think I got a little on top as well, but not like the lower end gains.
$0.00CategoryCustomLast UpdatedReviewI tried a combo of peoples ideas to get the air I wanted. First pulled the air-box cover and used my grinder to shorten the fin on the back of the cover to about 3/16 high. I left a little for rigidity. Next I drilled 4 holes in the top drivers side of the box. 1- 1 1/8" and 3- 5/8" holes. Next I drilled 2 more 5/8" holes in a spot under the CDI controller. I used a knife to connect these 2 holes. I read about people getting to much air. How can you have to much air? If your lean just give it more fuel. Unless you want less power. It made a very noticeable difference. I did have to add some fuel to get the gains I wanted.<br />
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewI really like the BulletProof Radiator Guards. They are strong and I haven't had trouble with debris collecting under them like I did with the stock guard. I will give the stock guard a plug though. On the 2017 ktm 300 xc the stock guards are pretty strong and give a fair amount of side impact protection. If I had seen how good the stock guards are before I ordered the BulletProof guards I wouldn't have bought them. Now that I have them though, no regrets. I really like the fact that I don't have to clean out all the little sticks that collected under the stalk ones.