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  1. 0 comments

    The lightest and most tourquey 2 banger I've ever ridden. Feels like a 125 but with 6 more hp. Xc bottom end is great for GP races and some mx, but first gear is basically useless except for getting out of a bad position.
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    I like it,,,,, I like it alot.
  3. 2 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Year:2006 Manufacturer: KTM Model: 200 XC Engine Type: Single cylinder, 2-stroke Engine Displacement: 193cc Bore & Stroke: 66.4 x 72mm Compression Ratio: NA Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Fuel System: Keihin PWK 28 Ignition: Digital Starting System: Kick starter Transmission: 6 gears Final Drive: Chain Rake and Trail: 27°/adjustable Wheel Base: 58.1 in. Seat Height: 36.4 in. Front Suspension: 11.8 in. Rear Suspension: 11.8 in. Front Brake: Disc Rear Brake: Disc Front Tire: 80/100-21 Rear Tire: 100/100-18 Fuel Capacity: 2.91 gal. Dry Weight: 221.79 lbs.
  4. Hi all. I am in market for a Ktm 200 but they are very hard to find. I'm not In a rush since it's winter in New England and I won't be able to ride until late March at the earliest. I was just wondering how much of a difference there is between a Ktm 200 xcw/exc and a Ktm 250xcw/xc? I've only seen a handful of 200s worth buying in the past 4 months since I've been looking at craigslist. The 250s seem to be more common. Coming off of a ttr125, would the 250 be too much? I was previously set on getting a 200 and have ridden one before, but I want to open my options up if I can. As far as additional info, I am 17, 145pounds, riding rocky New England trails and looking to spend around $2500 give or take a few hundred. My main concern is my weight and the power of a 250? So, hold out for the 200 or keep my options open and include a 250 in my search? Thanks in advance
  5. Lahms

    KTM 200 XC (2008)

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    This bike is amazing. Going from a Honda CRF230F to this was not only way different, but life changing. Very first ride I was like "whoa, this thing has WAY more power than my 230." So much more that I crashed 5 min into riding it. I was a little intimidated at first riding it, but I changed my whole mindset on how I should ride this bike. I had a 55 mile trail ride that weekend I got the bike and I was looking forward to it, I only got 2 hours of ride time before I went. But let me tell you that it was the greatest ride I have ever been on. SOOOO glad I got it on GoPro so I can watch it. I got really confident and was going really fast on sides of mountains, through trees, and in single track. I will never go back to a 4 stroke again. This bike is just way more fun, cheaper, and good looking for me to go to a 4 stroke race bike. People say that the power doesn't have as much power down low as a 250/300. I completely disagree! Even with a less than average rider who isn't good at using the clutch can go up hills on problem. I believe it tractors better than my CRF230 and that thing was a tank! Never did I think to myself, I wish I got a 250/300. Slap a FMF Gnarly pipe and an aftermarket silencer and maybe even some hand guards. And you have yourself, a WOODS WEAPON. pce TT
  6. pessica

    KTM 200 XC (2009)

    1 comment

    New to me. Coming off a 2002 KX100.
  7. 0 comments

    10/10
  8. 0 comments

    just bought it so I cant tell you just yet
  9. 2 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 193 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2-Stroke Valve Configuration: Reed Valve Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Bridgestone
  10. robocop

    KTM 200 XC (2007)

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    My favorite bike so far.
  11. 8 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Year:2008 Manufacturer: KTM Model: 200 XC Engine Type: Single cylinder, 2-stroke Engine Displacement: 193cc Bore & Stroke: 64 x 60mm Compression Ratio: NA Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Fuel System: Keihin PWK 28 Ignition: Digital Starting System: Kick starter Transmission: 6 gears Final Drive: Chain Rake and Trail: 27°/adjustable Wheel Base: 57.91 in. Seat Height: 36.4 in. Front Suspension: 11.8 in. Rear Suspension: 13.19 in. Front Brake: Disc Rear Brake: Disc Front Tire: 90/90-21 Rear Tire: 120/90-18 Fuel Capacity: 2.25 gal. Dry Weight: 220.1 lbs.
  12. 2 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Year:2007 Manufacturer: KTM Model: 200 XC Engine Type: Single cylinder, 2-stroke Engine Displacement: 193cc Bore & Stroke: 64 x 60mm Compression Ratio: NA Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Fuel System: Keihin PWK 28 Ignition: Digital Starting System: Kick starter Transmission: 6 gears Final Drive: Chain Rake and Trail: 27°/adjustable Wheel Base: 57.91 in. Seat Height: 36.4 in. Front Suspension: 11.8 in. Rear Suspension: 13.19 in. Front Brake: Disc Rear Brake: Disc Front Tire: 90/90-21 Rear Tire: 120/90-18 Fuel Capacity: 2.25 gal. Dry Weight: 220.1 lbs.
  13. 0 comments

    2008 KTM 200XC
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  15. 0 comments

    Awesome single track bike. Most fun I've ever had on a motorcycle.
  16. 0 comments

    deep technical woods, no problem this bike slays em all
  17. Hello, so I am a female rider 5'6" 145lbs. I am stuck on what the get now that I have out ridden my ttr125. I ride trails that are hilly, muddy, single track and very rocky at times. My boyfriend has a 2008 ktm200xc and I ride it every once in a while in the trails which is a huge difference to the ttr125. I rode a 1990 kx125 this weekend which was cool but I want something way newer. I also rode my friends 2008 150rb which was so much fun! But something is always wrong with it and it constantly won't idle , stalls out, and it is a pretty small bike. It has a punch which makes it fun tho. I have been looking into the 150sx and xc or 125 two strokes. I want a bike that has some bottom end to it though and I hear that 125 2 strokes don't have much. Another friend of mine has a ktm150sx which I liked a lot but I always wonder if the 150xc has more bottom end than the 150sx? Is there a difference between the 200xc and 150xc? What's a good next bike that won't be impossible to get up hill climbs but a good bike for the trails? Thanks! 🙂
  18. Hi all, wondering if anyone has any suggestions here... I recently finished a full engine rebuild on my 2006 200 XC. I bought it in rough shape and have replaced just about every wearing part. Did the suspension and chassis bits last year and the motor and carb over the winter. I haven’t had problems with the clutch before (master/hose/slave setup anyway). While breaking in the rebuild, the clutch started to fade, drag, then not disengage at all. Re-bled, worked for a few minutes, then the same thing. I figured it was fair that I was due for a master cylinder rebuild, so bought the kit and installed it. Same thing. This time I took more care to inspect the actual master cyl. body, and found some of the plating in the inside has started to flake away. KTM seems to only sell the whole unit, in fact, looking at the parts fiche the only part of it I cannot get individually is the body itself.... I’m looking at about $450 Canadian to replace it, and I don’t even need all of the bits. I have a Midwest Mountain Engineering lever I really like, and obviously new internals from the rebuild kit I just bought. any suggestions on sourcing just a body or a cheaper unit? I’m reluctant to go with a used one for fear of a similar situation, but that price for new is hard to swallow. I think it’s too extensive to buff out with some sandpaper, but am thinking of getting a local guy to bore it out and put in a brass sleeve. I think I’d still come out ahead Thanks for your thoughts.
  19. 0 comments

    Great Bike. Lowered for the wife but will unlower it soon.
  20. 0 comments

    The KTM 200 is a woefully under rated machine. It has incredible bottom end and is beautifully designed. It is a fantastic woods weapon. I have put about 10 hours on the bike since I bought it and they have been flawless.
  21. JesterJ

    KTM 200 XC (2007)

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    Peppy and light
  22. Wanted to create a place where we can gather our info about our beloved 200's. Myself am new to the club and have been drawing information from those of you experienced 200 owners. My goal is to have this information in one place, where we can post jetting, susp, tips and tricks, and other pertinent info related to this bike. I know some of it will cross over, but the 200 is a little different from it's bigger brothers. Provide your personal information concerning setup, links to other threads or webpages, changes made and results, etc.If this goes well, would like to see it get stickied.
  23. 0 comments

    Love the 200. Does everything I need.
  24. I have a 2008 KTM 200 XC that I recently acquired as a project. The previous owner said it needed a gasket and rings. I replaced those and the bike ran great- until it warmed up. It smoked a good bit, but I figured that it's from sitting for a year. The compression was great and it seemed to run strong. It idles high to almost half throttle. When choked it idles just fine. When I was riding it, after an hour and a half of riding (total) I was coming into a turn and just let the engine idle into the turn without clutch. Just before the turn the bike surged pretty violently and threw me off. I thought that may have been my error, but not sure. I figured it was an air leak, but then I noticed some oil drops after letting it sit for about an hour or two. That makes me think it needs seals. Any help is much appreciated.
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