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  1. Keith Good

    KTM 450 XC-F (2009)

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    Barely ridden.
  3. mch

    KTM 450 XC-F 2019

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    • NEW reworked frames – improved stiffness, handling and straight line stability. • NEW bodywork – better ergonomics, more freedom of movement and improved handling. • NEWLY shaped seat – better ergonomics and comfort. • NEW air box and intake snorkels – maximum protection of the air filter against soiling, better airflow for optimal performance. • NEW 2.4 gal fuel tanks – improved ergonomics, 4-strokes with optimized fuel pump assembly. • NEW 4-stroke header pipes with FDH resonator system – improved performance. • NEW stronger and super light Lithium-Ion battery – better starting. • REWORKED wiring harness and packaging – compact electrical system. • NEWLY designed radiators and optimized cooling system – more efficient cooling. • REDESIGNED upper triple clamp – improved handling and stability. • UPDATED WP AER 48 front fork with a sophisticated air spring design and separate damping for easy adjustment to any offroad condition, rider weight or skill level. A new setting improves comfort and bottoming control. • UPDATED WP rear shock, new main piston and offroad settings, are perfectly matched to the WP AER 48 front fork. • NEW SOHC cylinder head – weight reduced by 500graround one pound, more compact design, better mass centralization. • NEW camshaft with shorter valve timing and improved surface – improved responsiveness and reliability. • Low-friction chain guide and DLC coating – high reliability, reduced friction. • Handlebar map switch with improved setting of traction and launch control – better traction, more efficient starts. • HThe hydraulic Brembo clutch mechanism offers light operation and highly controllable modulation of the clutch. • High-tech Brembo brakes have always been standard equipment on KTM off-road bikes, and are combined with lightweight Wave discs. • Handlebar clamps feature a separated lower clamp and bridge-type upper clamp for more torsional stiffness. • KTM’s “No Dirt” foot peg design keeps the pegs pivot from becoming clogged, ensuring the foot peg is always in the correct position. • Super lightweight Galfer Wave rotors, CNC machined hubs, high-end Excel rims and Dunlop AT81 tires. “No Dirt” shift lever prevents dirt from fouling the lever joint to ensure proper shifting in any condition. Engine Type: Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke Displacement: 449.9 cc Bore / Stroke: 95 .0/ 63.4 mm Compression Ratio: 12.7.5:1 Starter/Battery: Electric Starter / 12V, 2 .2 Ah Transmission: 5 Gears, Semi-close ratio Fuel System: Keihin EFI, 44 mm Throttle Body Lubrication: Pressure lubrication with 2 oil pumps Primary Ratio: 31:76 Final Drive: 13:48 Cooling: Liquid Cooling Clutch: Wet Multi-Disc DDS-Clutch, Brembo Hydraulics Ignition: Keihin EMS Frame: Central Double-Cradle Type 25CrMo4 Steel Sub Frame: Aluminium Handle bar: Neken, Aluminium Ø 28/22 mm Front Suspension: WP Suspension AER 48 USD Ø 48 mm Rear Suspension: WP Monoshock 5018 BAVP DCC with Linkage Suspension Travel Front/Rear: 310 mm / 12.2 in; 300 mm / 11.81 in Front/Rear Brakes: Disc Brake 260 mm / 10.24 in; 220 mm / 8.66 in Front/Rear Rims: 1.60x 21” / 2.15 x 18” Front/Rear Tires: 980/1900-21” / 110/10090-18” Dunlop AT81 Chain: 5/8 x 1/4 in Silencer: Aluminum Steering Head Angle: 26.1º Triple Clamp Offset: 22 mm Wheelbase: 1,485 mm ± 10 mm / 58.5 ± 0.4 in Ground Clearance: 370 mm / 14.6 in Seat Height: 9560 mm / 37.48 in Tank Capacity, Approx: 9 L / 2.4 gal Weight (without fuel), Approx: 100.6 kg/ 221.8 lbs.
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    Great bike. Love the snappy power, but it can still be road slow in tight technical sections. It does love to be revved, so be prepared to rev it out. Will overheat in tight techjnical for too long. Plated, 3.4 gal MXC tank, Skidplate, MAXXIS IT Desert tires, 20MM risers,. Grip Heaters, Awesome singletrack and dual sport bike.
  5. So I'm looking at buying one of these here in the next couple months to replace my '13 450XC-F. I've got some concerns though about power and most importantly bottom/mid power. Just wondering if there are some folks here who have jumped from a 450 to this bike and found it to be enough and what mods can be done to increase the power in that range. I've heard of Eric Gorr and going with his 300 kit and was reading about some STIC device for the carb that supposedly increases bottom/mid power. Sure I could also get a FMF gnarly pipe but in my experience those really rob from the top end a lot and even some mid. I've also had several KTM 300s in the past and those were great but I want something with a better suspension to start out with and would love to jump back on a Yami...
  6. WET = APPROX 2LBS FOR OIL +APPROX 2LBS FOR COOLANT = 4 LBS WET + 2 GAL = 16LBS BOLD is the published weight DRY WET WET + 2 GALLONS 2015 WR450F 256 260 273 HONDA CRF450X 269 KLX450R 253 265 RMX450Z 273 ’16 KTM 450XCF 234 246 ’15 KTM 450XCF 241 257 SHERCO 450SEFR 243 259 ’15 BETA 430RR 244 256 ’16 BETA 430RR 234 250
  7. GPR V2 stabilizer - under bar Installation on a 2007 KTM 450 EXC Set up a comfortable work area. Position bike on a stable platform. Secure the bottom triple clamp and fork assembly with a tie down or adjustable strap (to stop lower end from falling out when you take off the upper clamp, later on). You could also wedge a few pieces of wood under the front tire to help keep it at that height. Remove the front head light assembly and the handlebar top clamps. Remove the two bolts holding the computer, signal light brace, etc. attached to the upper clamp. Carefully lower it down onto the front fender (rag wrap to contain). I put two nuts on the end of the bolts to temporarily hold all the parts together so it was easy to reassemble later. I made use of two bungee cords (hanging down from easy up frame) to hold the handle-bars out of the way and relieve any stress on the cables. Remove handle bar mounts (brace the front tire to keep it straight). Remove 5 upper clamp bolts & the top steering stem bolt. Carefully insert a medium size flat head screw driver into each gap in the clamps and spread them just a little bit (<1 mm) to allow clearance for the upper clamp to rise up off the forks. Use a rubber hammer and tap the clamp upward on each side and it should start to move up. Keep tapping up and side to side, until it is off. Remove the stock (metal) dust cover. · Carefully remove the dust cover seal - O ring (you will reuse it). · Now is a good time to grease the steering head bearings using high quality water proof grease. · Slide the (GPR) steel post mount over the steering stem neck. · Re-install the stock dust cover seal around the lip of steering stem neck and install the new plastic (white) dust cover. · Install the upper triple clamp, bolts & stem bolt (refer to owners manual for illustration & torque values). Position the post mount post (pin) vertically in line with the steering stem. Slide post mount up toward the new dust cover so it is almost touching then securely tighten the 6mm allen head pinch bolt. Mount the damper / lower bar mount assembly in the most forward holes of the upper triple clamp using the two allen head bolts. Make sure the pin is securely seated in the slot of the stabilizer arm. Note - Before tightening the allen bolts all the way down, ensure the top of the post pin is flush with the top of the slot in the stabilizer arm. If it is too low, partially disassemble and remove the pin. Tap the under side to move the pin further up into the collar to get the ideal pin height. Reinstall pin correctly and tighten the allen bolts firmly. When the bar mount bolts are tight, the top of the pin must be level with the top of the stabilizer arm. As stated earlier, the pin is press fit into the collar so it can be lightly tapped down to get it flush with the top edge of the stabilizer arm. Install handle bars and set bar position the way you like it. Position the throttle cables so that they will not hang up on the stabilizer. I added a zip tie to hold the cables close to the bars (but not too tight). Keep it loose to let cables slide up and down. Or you can install a crossbar pad that will also help keep the throttle cables away from any pinch points. WARNING – for EXC head light wiring, you will need to bend the wiring harness bracket up and out a bit, so that the wires in back will stay clear of the new post mount when the bars are turned. I also used a zip tie around the wires to hold them snug and keep them away from the “pinch point.” The wires in this area should be checked often to avoid pinch damage. The last step is to make sure the front head light / number plate will fit properly now that the wire harness has been moved out a bit. You will probably need to move a few wires/connectors around the bulb socket to get it all to fit right. Check front brake cable routing, wiring, and make sure signals and head light are all working. That’s it. Now it’s time to go for a ride and test out the new stabilizer. P.S. I really like the higher bar position (especially when standing).
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    ENGINE Estructura: Motor monocilíndrico de 4 tiempos Cilindrada: 449.3 cm³ Diámetro: 95 mm Carrera: 63.4 mm Arranque: Arranque eléctrico Cambio: 5 marchas Transmisión primaria: 32:76 Transmisión secundaria: 14:52 Embrague: Embrague multidisco DDS en baño de aceite, sistema hidráulico Brembo EMS: Keihin EMS CHASSIS Estructura del chasis: Chasis tubular central en acero al cromo-molibdeno Suspensión delantera: Invertida 4CS de cartucho cerrado de WP Ø 48 mm Suspensión trasera: Amortiguador WP con suspensión Recorrido de suspensión delantera: 300 mm Recorrido de suspensión trasera: 317 mm Freno delantero: Freno de disco Freno trasero: Freno de disco Diámetro del disco de freno delantero: 260 mm Diámetro del disco de freno trasero: 220 mm Cadena: Junta en X 520 Ángulo de dirección: 63.5 ° Distancia entre ejes: 1495 ± 10 mm Altura libre al suelo: 371 mm Altura del asiento: 992 mm Capacidad del depósito (aprox.): 9.5 l Peso READY TO RACE (sin combustible): 108.5 kg
  9. 11 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 449.3 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: DOHC Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 5 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Bridgestone 80/100 R21 Rear Tire(s): Bridgestone 110/100 R18 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 58.1 / 1475 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 238.8 / 108.3 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 2.38 / 9 Seat Height (in / mm): 38.8 / 985 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Optional Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Not Available
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    It's sick, obviously.
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    A+
  12. JCMON

    KTM 450 XC-F (2013)

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    Greatest bike I've ever owned!
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    handles close to the 250 xcf. rekluse on the way core exp 3.0. pretty good fit for 6'4" rider.
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    This bike is awesome. Im coming from always owning Yamaha but I love this thing. It does fit me well. Ill uodate on the susoension soon. Havent eidden jt long enough in the desert yet. Will race soon.
  15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScTsNoRhzug My lowest standards are 1080p! Have a beer and watch this. Click on the YOUTUBE button to get full experience (1080p)
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    Awesome desert sled.
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    I don't do reviews.
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    A beast, when it works!
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    Absolutely love this screaming beast!
  22. I've been looking for a used or new 250 and these beasts just aren't very common. Heck on the used market on a national search, only three 250s come up on dirtbikefinds. There's many more XCF-Ws but not the XCF. ???
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    ENGINE Estructura: Motor monocilíndrico de 4 tiempos Cilindrada: 449.3 cm³ Diámetro: 95 mm Carrera: 63.4 mm Arranque: Arranque eléctrico Cambio: 5 marchas Transmisión primaria: 32:76 Transmisión secundaria: 14:52 Embrague: Embrague multidisco DDS en baño de aceite, sistema hidráulico Brembo EMS: Keihin EMS CHASSIS Estructura del chasis: Chasis tubular central en acero al cromo-molibdeno Suspensión delantera: Invertida 4CS de cartucho cerrado de WP Ø 48 mm Suspensión trasera: Amortiguador WP con suspensión Recorrido de suspensión delantera: 300 mm Recorrido de suspensión trasera: 317 mm Freno delantero: Freno de disco Freno trasero: Freno de disco Diámetro del disco de freno delantero: 260 mm Diámetro del disco de freno trasero: 220 mm Cadena: Junta en X 520 Ángulo de dirección: 63.5 ° Distancia entre ejes: 1495 ± 10 mm Altura libre al suelo: 371 mm Altura del asiento: 992 mm Capacidad del depósito (aprox.): 9.5 l Peso READY TO RACE (sin combustible): 108.5 kg
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