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    Big bore kit on older bike?

    I also came off a 450 and found the 250 xcf fun to ride but a little low on the power I liked. I went with the 315 and rode it for two years. It does create more bottom and I really liked the power over my buddies 250 xcfw. I am now going to sink the money into the 340 kit ( 315 will only convert to a 340 unlike the 320 which can be turned into a 350). I will be keeping my bike for another two years, so for me the extra money in the bike is worth it. 338
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    HT 315 to 340 ??

    To go the 340 from the 315 is 750.00. I don't think it includes any head work. 338
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    HT 315 to 340 ??

    Rick H, I talked to Bill Jr. at HT-racing just a few days ago about upgrading my 07 315 xcf to a 340. The 340 is still available for the 250 xcf converted to the 315 as long as it is the electric start model, which I believe is all the 250 xcf's are. I will be sending my motor in sometime after the first of the year. Can't wait. 338
  4. Basically all I ride is single track. I came off a 03 450, the 250 xcf needed a little more poop, so I went with the HT-racing 315 and I really like the bike. I had the suspension re-done because I felt it deflected too much off trail junk and was sprung a little light in the rear for me. The gear ratio is tight, but it just makes it more fun to ride hard and not just be lazy. 338
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    07 KTM 250 XCF engine

    I came off a 450, so when I rode the 250, it just seemed too under powered for me. I had the 315 work done and I really like it. The power is great no matter what type of riding I do. In fact when my 315 needs the engine rebuilt I will probably send it off for the 340 engine work. HT-racing is does great work. I believe you will really like the 315 over the 250. 338
  6. The 250xcf is a four stroke the 250xc is the two stroke.