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    Best dirt bike I’ve owned. My 3rd KTM 200. Southeast US woods rider. 180lbs with gear
  2. 2 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Year: 2013 Manufacturer: KTM Model: 200 XC-W Engine Type: 1-cylinder 2-stroke engine Engine Displacement: 193cc Bore Stroke: 64 mm x 60 mm Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Compression Ratio: NA Fuel System: NA Ignition: Contactless controlled fully electronic ignition with digital ignition adjustment Starting System: Kick starter and electric starter Transmission: 6-gear, claw shifted Final Drive: Chain Rake Trail: 63.5° / NA Seat Height: 37.8 in. Wheelbase: 57.91 in. Front Suspension: WP Suspension Up Side Down 4860 MXMA PA Rear Suspension: WP Suspension PDS 5018 DCC Front Brake: Disc brakes, brake calipers on floating bearings 260 mm Rear Brake: Disc brakes, brake calipers on floating bearings 220 mm Front Tire: 80/100-21 Rear Tire: 100/100-18 Fuel Capacity: 2.6 gal. Dry Weight: 209 lbs.
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    Secondary Enduro - First big 2T bike - Very light, easy to flick around - Feels unstable for me, needs suspension work
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    Testing out a smoker.
  5. Pdog7

    KTM 200 XC-W (2012)


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    its a great bike and its easy to keep on the band but the suspension is tedious to set up and the bike is really reliant up on the sag being around 97-93mm. once you have got that its a great bike but the suspension was a preference thing. this bike benefits from the powerparts silencer for a 250sx and the powerparts fmf pipe but for someone who wants to race against 450's more compression and porting may be necessary if you are a lazy lugger but anyone who screams the motor will be perfectly fine
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    2013 not 2012. Bone stock Fun bike, plenty fast and more capable than its pilot.
  8. 1 review

    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
  9. OK here goes... Picked up an 04 200 EXC few months back, needed some work to say the least, wont go into detail of all the things i've fixed on the bike just the current and most present issue I cant seem to fix... it is smoking IE blue smoke/lots of splooge to the point that at the end of a few hour's ride, it's out the tail pipe, running down the back and dripping onto the swing arm/rear break caliper and blue smoking quite a bit. When I first got it, it smoked more and smelled like shit. So first things first went to the carb, I live on the Oregon coast (elevation/temp reference) it's old dirty/stained but inside looks good, came with jetting pilot-45, main-178 needle: no idea what brand guessing stock in the 3rd clip, adjusted the float height due to it leaking gas when bike was upright no tilt with the gas on, Bought JD jet kit and running pilot-45, Main-185 and Needle is blue 3rd clip (JD's recommend specs for my bike @ my attitude). I have also replaced my Inner crankcase seal twice (First time I thought I messed up the O-ring so redid to make sure). I've rebuilt the top end/new piston (same thing) cleaned the PV, NOTE HERE that the PV has some issues, it seems to work fine but the screw that goes on top of the cylinder, down into the PV/flap would not come out preventing me from removing the flap to clean it, however it move's/ function's correctly, and has minimum clearance on both sides. One of the PV cover bolts that also works at the exhaust spring holder, was over torqued at some point (impact driver prob), or a result in a hard impact, the hole the bolt goes into is flailed/jared open a bit, not bad, not in the way of any function/ PV Gearing/hinge, it is not needed for that area to be air tight as their is also a breather that goes out of the PV so will not result in an "air leak" or loss in Top end PSI.... anyway... it's still smoking.... quite a bit.. now the bike itself rides fine I feel, the carb does puke gas when tilted over slightly/ hard to start (kick start) after flooded (like all bikes tho) I don't have any stalling/low idle issues outside of user error on clutch control. Honestly outside of it smoking as much as it does I would think nothing is wrong with it.. I have also tried raising the needle Clip to 2nd clip and it changed nothing at all, not even feel of the bike/response and have a new Spark plug I have yet to put on the bike. I have also "compromised" the crankcase Gasket (new one in the mail) while I was putting the Crankcase back on but that should do nothing with the exhaust just a little gear oil leak not relevant but throwing it out there. So I am at a loss... I've been toying with the idea of getting a Lectron carb... However... would hate to drop $400~$500 and the issue still persist, if it's a jetting/carb/float issue that would fix it and improve MPH/fuel consumption Or something with the PV? but I don't see the PV causing that much smoke/sploogee... I've ridden the bike normally/hard and nothing's happened but I don't want to keep pushing it and possibly clip the bike. Any ideas? "Oh help me 2 stroke community you're my only hope"
  10. Hey, I bought a 2010 ktm 200 xc-w with only 2.8 hours, but It had a shifting issue. I fixed that issue and only had to take the clutch cover off to do it, I put it back together with all new coolant oil and gas , fired it up second kick took it for a 1 min ride it backfired and died, and now it is really hard starting and Boggs out and dies if you give it too much fuel. The air filter is clean carb is clean reeds are new , i have splark and new spark plug , and fuel getting to it , please help!!
  11. what is the best pipe for top end power for my ktm 200 exc?? cheers for any responses
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    I love this bike so far it is very playful and light weight loves to do tight gnarly stuff with the flywheel weight installed
  13. 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
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    My (dad's) scooter
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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine Displacement: 193 cm³ Bore: 64 mm Stroke: 60 mm Starter: Kick and electric starter Transmission: 6-speed Primary drive: 23:73 Secondary gear ratio: 14:48 Clutch: Wet, multi-disc clutch, Magura hydraulics EMS: Kokusan CHASSIS Frame design: Chrome-molybdenum steel central-tube frame Front suspension: WP USD Ø 48 mm Rear suspension: WP PDS shock absorber Suspension travel (front): 300 mm Suspension travel (rear): 335 mm Front brake: Disc brake Rear brake: Disc brake Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 220 mm Steering head angle: 63.5 ° Wheelbase: 1471 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 355 mm Seat height: 960 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 10 l Weight READY TO RACE (without fuel): 99.5 kg
  17. 1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS Year: 2014 Manufacturer: KTM Model: 200 XC-W Engine Type: 1-cylinder 2-stroke engine Engine Displacement: 193cc Bore Stroke: 64 mm x 60 mm Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Compression Ratio: NA Fuel System: NA Ignition: Contactless controlled fully electronic ignition with digital ignition adjustment Starting System: Kick starter and electric starter Transmission: 6-gear, claw shifted Final Drive: Chain Rake Trail: 63.5° / NA Seat Height: 37.8 in. Wheelbase: 57.91 in. Front Suspension: 11.81 in. travel Rear Suspension: 13.19 in. travel Front Brake: Disc brakes, brake calipers on floating bearings 260 mm Rear Brake: Disc brakes, brake calipers on floating bearings 220 mm Front Tire: 80/100-21 Rear Tire: 100/100-18 Fuel Capacity: 2.6 gal. Dry Weight: 209 lbs.
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    Great bike, but I am a newb who cant get carbs to work right
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    Problem free bike, with lots of torque, low end power and absolutely fun toy to play around of trails
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    First 2 stroke; couldn't be happier. This was an upgrade from a CRF230; definitely older as a 2006, but should provide many years of fun with my son!
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    Acutally a 2014 but the drop down only allows up to 2012. Loving this bike.. very quick very nimble.
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    Love my ktm 200. Light and powerful
  24. 1 comment

    The bike I had been searching for.
  25. Hey I'm looking for a new dirt bike and needing some help deciding on what the best choice would be for me. First of all and most importantly, I'm a grand total of 5 foot 2 inches with a 28 inseam and only weigh 105lbs which limits my choices quite a bit. I've been riding for about 5 years on a TT-R 125L and been on some difficult stuff so I don't consider myself a beginner and don't want another beginner bike. I only trail ride and wouldn't be on a track but need something the will get me through the rough stuff. I don't need the top-end power of a 2-stoke and would like to stick with a 4-stroke but with more power than the 125. At first I was looking at 250s but their seat height is way too big for me and I don't love the idea of lowering a bike and ruining the stock setup and geometry. Then I started looking at the TT-R 230 and found that I fit well on it but from what I've read its pretty gutless and disappointing for experienced riders. I've read that you can modify the 230 to work better but can be expensive and only does so much for the power and torque. I have mechanical experience and love tinkering with bikes so I would definitely modify whatever I get. So my question is, should I get a 250 (or bigger) four stroke (and what make/model) and lower it or go with the familiar TTR and try to modify it and get more power/torque? And, if I do lower a bigger bike what else can you change to fix the problems caused by lowering it? Im grateful for any help or feedback, thank you!
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