v1rot8

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  1. Thanks for the reply, Basically, I've been wanting a fun, flickable trail bike that I could eventually enter into some amatuer scrambles and trail ride with the wife & friends. That's why I have been looking at WRs, but the dealer got me interested in the EXC 200. They are priced the same. The Estart may be the kicker, because I hear it really helps on a scramble start and trail riding.
  2. Thanks for the info: I am still leaning towards the WR and have probably ruled out the RFS. However, the 200 EXC has also been recommended. The Estart would definitely help in novice scambles from what I've been told and I started looking for a 4 stroke. I'm basically looking for a fun and flickable trail bike I can progress into some amateur racing without spending thousands to mod. Thanks again
  3. I've been interested in a WR250f for a while now. I enjoy trail riding and have become interested in trying Hare scrambles. While negotiating with a local dealer, he suggested a KTM 250 exc fs and while at a different dealer, he suggested the KTM 200 exc 2 stroke. I rode a RM125 and really wanted a 4 stroke this time, but now the dealer has me wondering. The WR seems to have more power, but the KTMs have the extras that help(Hyd clutch, braided lines, rotors, computer, etc.) The EXC 200 is a trail bike I had not considered. I want a bike with a more progressive power curve than the RM for trails, not so 2 speedish---balls out or stop. Any suggestions from the more experienced. Thanks
  4. I've been interested in a WR250f for a while now. I enjoy trail riding and have become interested in trying Hare scrambles. While negotiating with a local dealer, he suggested a KTM 250 exc fs and while at a different dealer, he suggested the KTM 200 exc 2 stroke. I rode a RM125 and really wanted a 4 stroke this time, but now the dealer has me wondering. The WR seems to have more power, but the KTMs have the extras that help(Hyd clutch, braided lines, rotors, computer, etc.) Any suggestions from the more experienced. Thanks