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  2. Doge250

    KTM 250 XC (2018)


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    ripper for sure
  4. Chris.GVS

    KTM 250 XC 2014

    4 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 249 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): Dunlop GEOMAX 80/100 R21 Rear Tire(s): Dunlop GEOMAX 110/100 R18 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 58.9 / 1495 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 229 / 104 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 3.04 / 11.5 Seat Height (in / mm): 39.1 / 992 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Optional Digital Instrumentation: Optional Windshield: Not Available
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    Like a bat out of hell
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    best bike iv'e owned
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    I just picked this up and its a bit beat. In the process of rebuilding and addressing several things before i put a lot of seat time. Found some questionable things on it that need attention before it leaves me in the woods. It had 2015 plastics on it and a few minor mods but nothing major.
  8. Jon_KTM

    KTM 250 XC (2009)


    Great bike!
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    Its a great bike has more than enough power for me and its great between the trees
  10. SVR6

    KTM 250 XC (2013)


    very good enduro bike. Does every very well.
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    2014 ktm 250xc by far the best bike I've had power to weight ratio in the trails and on the track
  13. 3 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Year:2008 Manufacturer: KTM Model: 250 XC Engine Type: Single cylinder, 2-stroke Engine Displacement: 249cc Bore & Stroke: 66.4 x 72mm Compression Ratio: NA Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Fuel System: Keihin PWK 36 S AG Ignition: Kokusan digital 2K-3 Starting System: Kick starter Transmission: 5 gears Final Drive: Chain Rake and Trail: 26.5°/adjustable Wheel Base: 58.1 in. Seat Height: 36.4 in. Front Suspension: 11.8 in. Rear Suspension: 13.2 in. Front Brake: Disc Rear Brake: Disc Front Tire: 80/100-21 Rear Tire: 110/100-18 Fuel Capacity: 2.95 gal. Dry Weight: 226.2 lbs.
  14. Hi all, yesterday I purchased the KTM PowerParts cooling fan with auxiliary wire for my 2008 250xc. However, today when I went riding the fan never came on. My auxiliary plug is wired brown and white to my light (how i got the bike). Is this how it is supposed to be? I am looking at my wiring diagram in the manual and cannot find where the auxiliary plug is supposed to be, which makes me think it was added afterwards. If this is the case, where do I wire my fan to? Edit** The bike also does not have a battery, so I cannot direct wire it there
  15. Since theres a thread about 200s and 300s, why not have one of the 250s? I'll kick it off.. These are the most recent pics, although I just added an orange chain and new CS. Your turn!
  16. I am working on a 2009 KTM 250XC. I am replacing the steering stem bearings. I pressed out the steering stem shaft to remove the lower bearing. When I went to press the stem back into the lower clamp I noticed a punch mark on the top of the stem. It turns out that this bike has a eccentric shaft that can be used to change the fork offset. Can anyone tell me what the stock setup was? Punch mark towards the front of the bike or rotated to the rear of the bike. Would it be better to set the bike up for more stability? I understand these older XC’s tend to be a bit twitchy.
  17. this will be the first ktm I've owned I'm going back and forth between the 200and the 250. I've heard great things about both bikes. I'm 5'9 155lbs have ridden my whole life. I like the idea on the 200 because if I'm not mistaken it's on a 125 frame. since I'm a smaller guy I think I could ride this harder and it would just suite by style better. however I've heard the 250 has a little more low end grunt and can lug a little better. I know I will be happy with either bike. I am mainly looking for a do it all bike but mostly single track hare scramble type ridding with some occasional mx. any thoughts or opinions??
  18. 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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    Upgraded springs to my weight. SUper SMOoth RIPPER
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    By far the best bike I've ever owned. No complaints whatsoever.
  21. Chris.GVS

    KTM 250 XC 2019

    1 review

    UNRIVALED 2-STROKE PERFORMANCE Simply put, the KTM 250 XC is a hardcore cross-country missile. Sharing most of its DNA with the KTM 250 SX, it boasts the same awesome 2-stroke acceleration with a remarkably lightweight chassis. What this means it that the new generation 2019 250 XC simply chews up fast and technical terrain. A clear fuel tank and 18” rear wheel also aids in making this a really capable SX-derived offroad racing weapon. CHASSIS Designed to be the lightest 250 cross-country racer money can buy, the KTM 250 XC simply owns fast terrain. The 250 XC boasts the slimmest and lightest chassis setup of all its rivals, while the latest WP suspension components keep it planted at speed. FRAME The high-tech, lightweight chrome-moly steel frame has a knack for easy handling, outlandish rideability, precise cornering and excellent stability. You can also count on high torsional rigidity and low longitudinal stiffness. This results in better absorption of the energy created from the front and rear suspension, sucking up jumps and bumps. In short: more comfort and less rider fatigue. Laterally attached, lightweight aluminum engine head stays (the connection between cylinder head and frame) contribute to precise cornering and a reduced vibration level. The engineers were able to pull off all that, while making their frame 2.2 pounds lighter than that of the lightest competitor on the market. In addition, it is easier to maintain, easier to work on and supplies more space for the tank and other components. The bike also features an extra-light subframe made of aluminum, which tiptoes the scales at less than 2 pounds. TECHNICAL DETAILS ENGINE DISPLACEMENT 249 cm³ DESIGN 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine BORE 66.4 mm STROKE 72 mm STARTER Electric starter TRANSMISSION 6-speed CLUTCH Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS Kokusan 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 ° GROUND CLEARANCE 370 mm SEAT HEIGHT 950 mm TANK CAPACITY (APPROX.) 10 l WEIGHT READY TO RACE (WITHOUT FUEL) 99 kg
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    Best bike I've owned? Has a 2015 6 speed in it out of the XCW.
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    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 249 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): Dunlop
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