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  1. ThumperTalk

    KTM 450 XC-W 2012

    5 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Upgraded ENGINE Displacement (cc): 449.3 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: SOHC Carburetion Type: Fuel Injected 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
  2. ThumperTalk

    KTM 450 XC-W 2011

    1 review

    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: SOHC 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): 80/100 R21 Rear Tire(s): 110/100 R18 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 58.1 / 1475 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 247.4 / 112.2 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 2.43 / 9.2 Seat Height (in / mm): 38.8 / 985 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Optional Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Not Available
  3. ThumperTalk

    KTM 450 XC-W 2009

    7 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 449.4 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: SOHC 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): 80/100 R21 Rear Tire(s): 110/100 R18 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 58.1 / 1475 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 247.4 / 112.2 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 2.43 / 9.2 Seat Height (in / mm): 38.8 / 985 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Optional Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Not Available
  4. tedward540

    KTM 450 XC-W (2017)

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    2018 450 EXC-F. This is my first brand new bike, and 2nd thumper, after an 86 XT 350. This bike is incredible and does it all. I wanted a street legal enduro bike that could take on any offroad terrain, and be able to quickly swap wheels and ride supermoto on the street and commute to work. With 2 wheel set-ups this bike plays both roles fantastically without sacrificing anything in either area to do so. The 450 is a perfect medium between the 500 and the 350, where the 500 as a supermoto may have a bit more top end power for passing and sport riding on the highway, and the 350 a little lighter and better suited for technical single track, the 450 can do both just as well by running different sprockets on each wheel set. It weighs slightly more than ideal for a true woods racing bike, but is surprisingly easy to handle for a 450. You notice the weight most when you dump it on the trail and have to pick it up. Thats also when you realize how convenient electric start is Overall this bike is built incredibly well, is fast and fun on and off road, and if you have $12k to drop on a bike I highly recommend it. It really is 2 bikes in one with a set of supermoto wheels!!!
  5. Matt.Bud

    KTM 450 XC-W (2009)

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    VERY happy with this bike. Love the wide ratio trans and electric start. I use it for trail riding and occasional sand dune trips, it's perfect for me.
  6. LittleRedToyota

    KTM 450 XC-W (2009)

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    Awesome woods bike--from tight, technical single-track to faster hare scrambles. Also has a plate and is really fun street bike.
  7. bmauws

    KTM 450 XC-W (2012)

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    Traded for it this fall and because I got it the day I got off crutches for knee surgery, I have not been able to ride it. Currently setting it up for snow bike duty.
  8. buckeye1951

    KTM 450 XC-W (2009)

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    New to me, as of 10-15-2016, no ride yet.
  9. Wangman

    KTM 450 XC-W (2014)

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    Awesome....simply...Awesome!
  10. Josh Podolsky

    KTM 450 XC-W (2010)

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    Still not fully tested on bike so can't say.
  11. RACINGMEMO

    KTM 450 XC-W (2009)

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    best ever xcw!!
  12. brute448

    KTM 450 XC-W (2015)

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    Love this bike so far! got spung for weight and ripss!
  13. dale

    KTM 450 XC-W (2011)

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    great bike
  14. hezzdown

    KTM 450 XC-W (2009)

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    This is one of the best bikes I have owned. It does everything well. It has been dead reliable. Puts a smile on my face every time I throw a leg over it. I bought the bike as a left over in 2011 and at the time of this review it has 1400 miles and 70 hours on it. The only thing that has failed during this time is a radiator cap.
  15. officialhopsof

    What was your path to Beta?

    So for me the progression was KLR (First Bike) XR650L Triumph Tiger 800XC (Loved this bike, fell into money troubles and had to get rid of it, I want another one some day) KTM 450 XCW (I never really cared for this bike and only had it a very short time) Zero FX (Still in the garage but the Beta replaced this, working on getting rid of it) BMW G650GS Sertao (Keeping this one, gonna put a side car on it) Beta XTrainer (Keeping this one) Planned Next Bike -> Beta 500 RS (This will be the daily commuter and adventure bike) I started really heavy and worked my way down to light, I tried a pumpkin but it never really worked well for me. I recently decided to get serious about riding dirt, so I bought the XTrainer. What about you guys? How did you get to beta?
  16. Chris.GVS

    KTM 450 XC-W 2017

    1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine Displacement: 449.3 cm³ Bore: 95 mm Stroke: 63.4 mm Starter: Kick and electric starter Transmission: 6-speed Primary drive: 32:76 Secondary gear ratio: 13:52 Clutch: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS: Keihin EMS 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: 1482 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 345 mm Seat height: 970 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 8.5 l Weight READY TO RACE (without fuel): 111 kg
  17. OSSA boy

    KTM 450 XC-W (2015)

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    It is a 2016, forum does not have 2016 in the menu. Awesome motor! Cushy suspension!
  18. KaToomTime

    KTM 450 XC-W (2014)

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    Super, haven't even ridden it enough to get everything dialed in but pretty close out of the box with only a heavier rear spring swap.
  19. AK450F

    KTM 450 XC-W (2013)

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    I primarily ride this bike in a Motard Configuration. <br />Its a great commuter and rowdy.
  20. RedBlack

    KTM 450 XC-W (2009)

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    Twist them throttles!
  21. Brando426

    KTM 450 XC-W (2013)

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    Little bit of an upgrade from my 2001 Yamaha WR-426. So far I love this bike, plenty of power and having the fuel injection and electric start(finally lol) is awesome.
  22. ThumperTalk

    KTM 450 XC-W 2013

    8 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: SOHC Carburetion Type: Fuel Injected 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
  23. Canadian K

    GPR Stabilizer Install - 07 KTM 450EXC

    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).
  24. First off just wanna say this my first post here on thumpertalk. Hope you guys can help me out. So I have an 04 crf450 loved the bike. Other then it plows through corners. I found a stress crack on the bottom end of the case right behind the oil drain bolt. So with that being said. What are your guys thought on the 450xc-w. Everything I read have been good. People that own not just a 450xc-w but a KTM period says you will never look back. I only ride single track up here in the northwest. Year round riding. Not one of those fair weather riders. How reliable is the ktm? Any help would be great. Thanks.
  25. jschner

    KTM 450 XC-W (2014)

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