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  1. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

  2. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    Suspension has been firmed up a touch, new cylinder with polished intake and new pv, new Piston and head insert, new seat cover, orange frame..... that’s about it I think
  3. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    I don’t know buddy silencer is also different for the Sx for 19, maybe the frame mounts are different on the new bike as the frame engine mounts I believe has also changed on the 19 Sx
  4. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    Mog, same pipe on the 19 xcw as the 17/18, cylinder, pv, head insert and piston have changed tho and now are the same as the new 19 sx150. The 19 sx150 pipe has changed but xcw stayed the same
  5. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    The new clutch design is significantly slimmer
  6. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    19 in da house 🤙🏻
  7. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    Keihin 36 ditch the lectron if you want to feel the biggest gain and grab a 36 air striker, Genuinely I’ve ridden with both the Keihin is a grunt monster with rk and v-force it’s mega
  8. Burger72

    2019 KTM 250 XC: Any ride reports please?

    Ok so my ride was cut short and only had an hour to ride some lanes, single track and play on a few logs today but I can confirm this bike is outstanding, it’s so refined the motor with stock jetting feels electric, super smooth and progressive, I’ve got the forks on comfort setting for rebound and a little more on compression running 125 psi and they feel very plush but plenty firm so far, back end is on rails,comfort settings again 17 out on both comp and rebound. It tuns really nice and feels really light and agile. I’ll update more as soon as I’ve been out properly sorry for the crap quality photo and log jump lol
  9. Burger72

    2019 KTM 250 XC: Any ride reports please?

    Just to mention the new 2019 XC 250 and 300’s from most accounts are running very well out the box, the changes made to the cylinder, power valve, piston and head must have had a much needed positive effect. A very well known Ktm guy who runs a training school in the uk and can certainly ride has both 250 and 300 on his fleet. I asked him about both bikes regarding jetting and he said there spot on, usually he chooses the 300 but he said the 250 is much closer in its smooth feel to 300 this time so it’s been his first pick......
  10. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    Cool 😎 well those changes must have made a difference as with the 17 and 18 models I have had and so many others on here, the stock set up was pretty bad. I played for 6 months with the mikuni and stock head trying to get a good clean torquey setting with with V-force fitted but like most gave up. if you think it’s good now trust me the rk makes a massive improvement. Like I say I’m sure the updates they made to the cylinder , pv and piston along with the rk, Kiehin and v-force mods would be a step forward again
  11. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    Im super keen to here from someone with the new 19 xcw150 that has fitted the goto mods, rk, v-force, carb etc
  12. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    Fair play mate for being genuine and giving an honest appraisal after owning one and completing the mods that need doing. Having also spent all this year and half of last trying to get my 150 spot on I have a similar feeling now, it’s great fun and I can ride it on the pipe a lot of the time however at 43 sometimes I can’t be arsed to be racing everywhere, it’s not a bike you can relax on relax on really and while I get that and love the fun factor it can get a little annoying after time. I have mine set with RK 16.1 insert, Keihin 36, V-Force and running NEDF Suzuki needle, it’s realy good now and doesn’t require to much faffing about with but on longer trail days it’s hard work. I just picked up a 19 xc250 which I’ve yet to have a proper ride on but initial feel after a brief ride down the road is it’s super light and with green pv spring super smooth. I wanted the light weight feel I love from the 150 but with a smoother broader power for all types of terrain. I tried a 250 and 350f both of which were really nice but had that heavier 4 stroke feel which left me missing the two smoker.
  13. Burger72

    2017 150 XC-W Review

    Just a thought before you re jet as ktm were supposed to have sorted the issue and it seems on the 19 sx150 they have, check to see where you brass dolly for the pv is set ..... it wants to be around two full turns in from fully out or approximately 1 in from flush, also chuck the standard colourless pv spring out and install the yellow one it should make s world of difference
  14. Burger72

    150xcw keihin carb

    I found the Lectron to rob the 150 and my xc 250 last year of its torque, just order a 36 from a 2016 Exc 125, my bike now pulls so clean and hard from the bottom I’ve installed the green pv spring to mellow it out a touch
  15. Burger72

    150xcw keihin carb

    Throw the mikuni out and install the 36 it’s that simple, I also use the original domino throttle and cable from the Keihin as it’s an easier pull.
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