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  1. Bryan Bosch

    KTM 350 SX-F 2020

    0 reviews

    SHREDDING WITH NIMBLE AGILITY The KTM 350 SX-F continues to deliver a dominant mix of horsepower and agility. It has an exceptional power-to-weight ratio with torque similar to that of a 450, without losing its 250-like agility. When you're looking for more than one advantage, this powerful, lightweight racer combines all your needs into one dominant package with serious championship pedigree to back it up. ENGINE Type: Single-cylinder four-stroke Displacement: 350cc Bore x stroke: 95 x 63.4 mm (350: 88 x 57.5mm; 250: 78.0 x 52.3mm) Compression ratio: 12.75:1 (350: 14.2:1; 250: 14.5:1) Valvetrain: DOHC, 4 valves Fuel System: Keihin EFI w/ 44 mm throttle body Ignition: Keihin EMS Starting: Electric Lubrication: Pressure lubrication w/ 2 oil pumps Transmission: 5-speed Clutch: Wet Multi-Disc DDS clutch w/Brembo hydraulics CHASSIS Frame: Central double-cradle, 25CrMo4 chromoly steel w/ aluminum subframe Subframe: Aluminum Handlebar: Neken, Aluminum w/ 28-22mm diameter Front suspension; travel: Fully adjustable WP XACT inverted 48mm fork; 12.2 inches Rear Suspension: Linkage-assisted WP XACT shock; 11.8 inches Wheels: Excel Front wheel: 1.60 x 21” Rear wheel: 2.15 x 19” Tires: Dunlop MX3S Front tire: 80/100 x 21 Rear tire: 120/80 x 19 Front brake: 260mm disc Rear brake: 220mm disc DIMENSIONS and CAPACITIES Wheelbase: 58.5 inches Rake: 26.1 degrees Triple clamp offset: 22mm Seat height: 37.4 inches Ground clearance: 14.6 inches Fuel capacity: 1.85 gallons Curb weight: 231 pounds
  2. Viper MX

    KTM 350 SX-F (2018)

    0 comments

    My newest little rocket. 2018 350 XC-F
  3. Dom Tesoroni

    KTM 350 SX-F (2018)

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    4t Open to mod suggestions Looking to add: Radius CX Rekluse clutch
  4. jacobdewey

    KTM 350 SX-F (2017)

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    Love the bike. Came off a yz250x. Really had to swallow my pride, but glad I did. This bike fits myself and my riding style as well as any bike I've owned. Mods: Geared down to 13, 51. Sthealy flywheel weight, cycra skid plate, Obie linkage gaurd, SDI linkage, cycra full wrap hand gaurds, Scott's top mount stabilizer hidden in bar pad, tusk footpegs, tugger strap, Enduro engineering low seat, acerbis frame guards, polisport swingarm guards, tusk rear rotor guard, trail tech fan and braces, mousse inserts front and rear. Ride gnarly singletrack. 145lb rider naked. Suspension settings are fork: 144 psi, 30 clicks out compression, 27 rebound, 3rd line down in triple clamps. Rear: Factory connection 4.0 kg/mm, 106mm race sag, 2 turns out high speed, 17 out compression, 17 rebound.
  5. Chris.GVS

    KTM 350 SX-F 2018

    2 reviews

    KTM's 2018 350 SX-F was built with the serious off-road enthusiast in mind. Built in Austria but ridden the world over, the 350 SX-F was designed to be taken straight off the showroom floor and ridden away from the truck and into the elements - a 1.9-gallon tank provides fuel for the journey. Of course, a wide variety of mods for the 350 SX-F are available through a number of aftermarket companies in order to help you fine-tune this KTM to your exact liking, although some of these changes may render it a competition-only machine. See what we think of the 350 SX-F and similar machines. In the last two decades, KTM's off-road lineup has made the Austrians the brand to beat-from the desert to the trees to the rocks, and everywhere in between. KTM's success is unprecedented, and bikes like the 2018 350 SX-F have helped catapult the brand to the top of the podium on more occasions that we can count. Machines like these have earned the overall at notorious desert races like the Dakar Rally and the Baja 1000; they've logged countless victories in the GNCC, National Enduro, and Hare & Hound circuits; they've blown us away at hard enduros like the Erzberg Rodeo and Red Bull Romaniacs, and they are all available and, as the company's tagline promises, "ready to race" right off the showroom floor. See below to read more about the 2018 350 SX-F - but don't neglect the numerous other models that KTM has to offer. Specifications ENGINE BORE (MM) 88 COMPRESSION RATIO 14:1 COOLING LIQUID DISPLACEMENT IN CC 349.7 DISPLACEMENT IN CI 21.3 ENGINE TYPE SINGLE-CYLINDER STARTER ELECTRIC STROKE 57.5 VALVE CONFIGURATION DOHC TRANSMISSION NUMBER OF SPEEDS 5 TRANSMISSION TYPE MANUAL TIRES FRONT TIRE DUNLOP GEOMAX MX3 S 80/100 R21 51M REAR TIRE DUNLOP GEOMAX MX3S 110/90 R19 62M BRAKES FRONT BRAKE DIAMETER 260 FRONT BRAKE TYPE HYDRAULIC DISC REAR BRAKE DIAMETER 8.7 REAR BRAKE TYPE HYDRAULIC DISC SUSPENSION & STEERING AIR ADJUSTABLE NO FRONT SUSPENSION BRAND NAME WP AER FRONT SUSPENSION TYPE INVERTED FORK REAR ADJUSTABLE REBOUND DAMPING YES REAR ADJUSTABLE SHOCK / SPRING PRE-LOAD YES REAR SUSPENSION BRAND NAME WP REAR SUSPENSION TYPE TWIN SIDED SWING ARM SEAT HEIGHT (IN) 37.8 OTHER FUEL CAPACITY (GAL) 1.9 MANUFACTURER COUNTRY AUSTRIA MANUFACTURER TYPE MX DRY WEIGHT (LBS) 220 WHEELBASE (IN) 58.5
  6. Chris.GVS

    KTM 350 SX-F 2019

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    Both the 2019 KTM 250 SX-F and 350 SX-F share the same chassis: The chassis is completely new for 2019. While it may look similar to the 2018, the frame and bodywork are all new with an emphasis on light weight and increased rigidity. The light weight is something you can feel: The 250 SX-F is the lightest 250 four-stroke on the market, and that becomes apparent as soon as you take the bike out. Changing direction is almost effortless. When you do make a mistake, it’s extremely easy to correct and continue on your way. In the air, the 2019 KTM 250 SX-F is easy to flick around and just as easy to straighten back out before landing. The 350 SX-F is also a featherweight: Even with no other 350 motocross motorcycles to compare it to, it is obvious that the 350 SX-F is light, especially for an open class MX bike. While the 250 and 350 do share the same chassis, the 350 certainly has a heavier feel. Just can’t hide those extra 100cc of motion inside the motor—both bore and stroke are increased for the additional displacement. That said, it still feels as light when riding as most other 250 four-strokes. KTM updated the WP air forks for 2019: KTM changed the valving in the WP AER 48 air fork used on both bikes. After turning many laps on both bikes we had no major complaints with the WP fork. The only negative thing we felt was a small amount of harshness over small breaking bumps, and this might be able to be tuned out with more setup time. We did, however, like the way they settled into turns and let the bike carve berms. The WP shock also got small updates: Rear suspension felt really good on both bikes. The funny thing is, even though both bikes should feel the same, the 350 felt a little more plush. This probably goes more with the fact that we didn’t have to rev the 350 quite as much, so the chassis stayed settled longer. Both motorcycles received moderate motor updates Most of those updates were to the cylinder head and exhaust pipe. The 2019 KTM 250 SX-F is one of the fastest 250 four-strokes we have ridden: It’s a pure MX race bike, so you need to keep the revs up really high to get the job done. Once you do that, it is extremely fast. Bottom end and midrange power aren’t bad, it’s just not where the meat of the power is. The 350 SX-F has a wider powerband. Just as you would expect, the 2019 KTM 350 SX-F has a much more usable and wide powerband. The 350 SX-F doesn’t need to be revved as hard as the 250 SX-F to go fast. You can be slightly lazy, though just slightly. The 350 SX-F still doesn’t have the bottom end pull of a 450, so KTM makes a 450 if that’s the feel you want. Instead, the 350 SX-F revs much higher than a 450, and that is why the 350 is so much less tiring and has become a favorite of open class vet racers. ENGINE Type: Single-cylinder 4-stroke Displacement: 350cc (250 SX-F: 250cc) Bore x stroke: 88m x 57.5mm (250 SX-F: 78 x 52.3mm) Valve train: DOHC, four-valves Starting: Electric Transmission: 5-speed Clutch: Steel diaphragm w/ Brembo hydraulics CHASSIS Frame: Chromoly central-tube Front suspension; travel: Fully adjustable WP-USD AER 48 air fork; 310mm Rear suspension; travel: Fully adjustable linkage assisted WP shock; 330mm Tires: Dunlop MX3S Front tire: 80/100 x 21 Rear tire: 110/90 x 19 Front brake: 260mm disc w/ Brembo hydraulics Rear brake: 220mm disc w/ Brembo hydraulics DIMENSIONS and CAPACITIES Wheelbase: 58.4 inches Rake: 26.1 degrees Seat height: 37.4 inches Ground clearance: 14.6 inches Fuel capacity: 1.8 gallons Curb weight: 231 pounds (250 SX-F: 230 pounds)
  7. Sireller

    KTM 350 SX-F (2013)

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    I took my 13 350 sxf that was street legal, and swapped out the 430hour engine for a 360 hour 08 300xc engine from my 08 300xc and created Frankenbike. Built Dec 2017raced and ridden in many places. Prob has 500 on frame 400 +hour on the engine. 2nd piston, original bottom end, with some upgrades. This bike is my favorite bike I've ever ridden. I ride nasty single track and race Enduro and some hare scramble. Love to ride the nasty stuff though.
  8. Toby259

    KTM 350 SX-F (2017)

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    2019 but they don't allow that choice! Currently in the process of setting up for off-road. I prefer the SX-F transmission to the XC-F for tight woods riding, the gear spacing is better with no gaps. I will add the XC-F fuel tank and have the suspension redone, I don't need a kickstand (trees everywhere) and I like the 19" rear wheel. Most guys who buy the XC-F change the gearing by adding 2+ teeth to the rear sprocket, essentially turning their bikes into a 5-speed because first gear is now too low to be useful.
  9. 1trackmind

    KTM 350 SX-F (2016)

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    My son's bike for next race season. We found a good deal and bought it. Just getting it prepped for next year.
  10. Keating

    KTM 350 SX-F (2015)

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    Love this bike!! Revs to the moon and still makes really good power down low!! Suspension is pretty bad.... I am the suspension man at JM Racing in Conroe TX and have gotten them working really good!! Still testing and tweeking, but they have a really nice action now and soak up the choppy and the big stuff!!!
  11. bkevinmar

    KTM 350 SX-F (2016)

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    Hands down the best bike I've ever thrown a leg over :)
  12. Chris.GVS

    KTM 350 SX-F 2017

    2 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine Displacement: 349.7 cm³ Bore: 88 mm Stroke: 57.5 mm Starter: Electric starter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 24:73 Secondary gear ratio: 14:50 Clutch: Wet, CSS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS: Keihin EMS CHASSIS Frame design: 25CrMo4 steel central-tube frame Front suspension: WP-USD, AER 48, Ø 48 mm Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 310 mm Suspension travel (rear): 300 mm Front brake: Disc brake Rear brake: Disc brake Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 220 mm Chain: 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.9 ° Wheelbase: 1485 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 370 mm Seat height: 960 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 7 l Weight READY TO RACE (without fuel): 99.8 kg
  13. Yun Yeh

    KTM 350 SX-F (2011)

    0 comments

    excellent
  14. Swappa

    KTM 350 SX-F (2013)

    1 comment

    Great power, good handling
  15. TybourquinDRZ400sm

    KTM 350 SX-F (2011)

    0 comments

    Greatest dirtbike on the planet for a vet rider. Electric start, plenty of power, super light, and street legal if titled correctly.
  16. It's come a time where the winter is not far away and i'm getting ready to get my bikes inside and strip them down over the winter to clean and grease/replace any parts. I have a 2013 KTM 350 SX-F You've maybe seen around. My plan this winter with it would have been to get the suspenion redone and put a piston in it (it has 100 hours on it) the bikes loaded with parts, Full FMF exhaust/handlebars/footpegs/kickstand/map switch/seatcover/graphics/skidplate/handguards/lith battery/licensee plate holder and a lot other stuff i'm not gonna list. My question is do i keep the bike for another 100-150 hours and do the suspension and a top end and general stuff over the winter or do i clean it up (it's in amazing shape) and sell it as is for a good price while it's still good (next year it wont be as good) and do i grab myself a 16-17 over the winter? (I was thinking 450SX-F > ) I've heard a few problems with the 16's but I'm a KTM lover so it's nothing but that. (id get a husky but we have no dealers) I'd be buying in the winter after i sold my 350 now so the prices would hopefully be a bit lower. My 350 i have now is fine and my father really loves it, it's the best bike he's ever ridden in his old times. But he was telling me how much he'd like a newer bike with the added stuff they come with and i do so agree. So what do you guys think? Stick with my 13 350 now and run it another year or two and rebuild it and such or clean it up now and go for a 16-17? Only talking about SX-F not any other model. I ride woods. Thanks guys!
  17. Hlavkb

    KTM 350 SX-F (2014)

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    its pretty good
  18. dirtnapper324

    KTM 350 SX-F (2015)

    0 comments

    Great bike, set up for woods.
  19. rexbond007

    KTM 350 SX-F (2011)

    0 comments

    350 - ktm the best bike I ever owned-sold
  20. Camber18

    KTM 350 SX-F (2016)

    0 comments

    10
  21. Mschultz33c

    KTM 350 SX-F (2012)

    0 comments

    ran good until it didnt
  22. inlumo

    KTM 350 SX-F (2013)

    0 comments

    just got it
  23. cwatkins_42

    KTM 350 SX-F (2012)

    0 comments

    Rode really well for the first season, then the infamous FI problems started kicking in and kept me off the bike for a while.
  24. Is it possible to swap a 2014 350 xc-f transmission into a 2014 350 sx-f case? will the six gears fit in it?
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