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  1. I was wondering if the is a way to de tune a 450 or some modifications that you can or people down to make a 450 motor more reliable?
  2. Okay I got a 1994 ktm 250 EXC last summer the bike ran great all year started first second kick always. This year when I got it out it seemed like it always just wanted to barely start but never would. I took the carb apart it was very clean but I cleaned it anyways and put it back together I also replaced the spark plug with the same plug I ran in it the previous summer I noticed I had a very weak spark compared to my rm 125 u had to Cup ur hands around it to see it at all if u took the cap off and put a screw driver up there and kicked it over it only tingled and didn’t give a good kick like some people say it is supposed to I replaced the plug anyways and it did start and Idled good for a min and then started to bog down I would give it gas and noting and then would rev real high I tried to ride it just around in first gear and the bike bogged down I would give it gas and it would be a full second and then lulch forward then it either died or u was done with it for the night. The next day I lowered the float bowl some since it seemed like it had too much gas but now I feel as though it is the spark not sparking the gas that is in there. I have tried several things the spark plug that is in it is not the manuals one but it ran fine with it last year so I don’t think that is the problem any suggestions I don’t see it very much online with a weak spark it’s always no spark.
  3. Gday guys Would just like too know if someone can confirm the crankcase breather hose routing on a 2014 350exc-f? It goes from the top of the head next too the sparkplug and I notice it then goes into the housing that connects too the airbox side of the throttle body? So its not actually going into the airbox itself but after it abit before next too the hose clamp on the boot which then is connected too the throttle body? (So its past the air filter in the little tube that lips around the throttle body) I can post a picture if it will help I'm just at work at the moment I just found it strange that if oil were too leak out in a crash or something that it would fill straight into the throttle body and not the airbox?
  4. G'day guys I bought a 2014 ktm 350excf a few weeks ago On the first ride after about 5 hours of single trails and firetrails, it wouldnt idle it would kick over and bog down but i didnt think too much of it revved it up and dropped the clutch away i went, rode about 20kms home and on the drive way it wouldnt idle Would bog when revved and die so i washed it and put it away The next night it wouldnt rev at all or idle properly it just bogged down when the throttle got cracked, thinking it was the idle adjustment i got it running atleast, left it over night came home from work and bam it ran perfect around the block and everything Next ride it died in the trails wouldnt idle and i had too nurse it 15kmH home opening the throttle too much it would stutter backfire and jolt I've since replaced the inline fuel filter, the fuel pump filters, ran injector cleaner through it too The bike after running injector cleaner through it and filters ran perfect i thought it was fixed Went for a ride last saturday after about an hour i stopped for a break for about 5 minutes The bike wouldnt start at all estart and the kickstart, the efi light would flash twice(crank angle sensor? This only flashed every now and again, most times it hardly flashed at all) Then i gave up and started pushing While pushing i played with the estart and got it going again having too nurse it as it was running like crap! 2 days later i just kicked it over and its perfect!! Around the block it went fine idles perfect I have a new fuel pump on the way but any input would be appreciated(i know its a long post sorry but im so baffled on what it is) All the loom connections and what not are all sealed and look fine ive gone around and cleaned most of the plugs Cheers!!
  5. Need help ppl. Got a 2008 ktm 450 xc-f and I had trouble with the clutch not engaging properly. I changed the master cylinder( it was leaking/ broken) and the bike still stall when I put in first gear. Is it the slave cylinder? Or do I need a new clutch? Thanks Alex
  6. After experiencing some overheating while going slow in rough terrain I decided to try a cheap fix and install a couple of cooling fans. Here are some photos of my fan installation. The fans are not sealed but since they are brush-less DC fans, unless some debris gets in them they should not be affected by the environment. The fans are fairly inexpensive draw very little current and easy to replace if they fail. The fans are held on the radiator by zip ties. I inserted one zip tie through each of the radiator side mounting holes of the fan then passed the zip ties through the fins if the radiator and secured them with the clipped-off head of another zip tie. The 2006 250 xc-w does not appear to have a 12vdc circuit. It does have an output from the generator that I assume is alternating current. Since the stock regulator only has one wire going to it and ground on the other side I suspect is just a zener diode, that acts as a voltage limiter shunting anything over a certain voltage to ground. If that is the case the AC generator output would be fine for lights and a horn, but not a Direct Current Fan. I installed a inexpensive (cheap) aftermarket regulator/rectifier, inserting it between the generator and the rest of the KTM's electrical circuit. You can see the voltage regulator in the attached photos. The regulator/rectifier provides 12vdc to the fans, horn, lights and the battery. The battery pack is a ni-mh 1800 mha 12vdc, NOT lithium-ion. I opted for the ni-mh because there is less of a fire hazard in-case the voltage regulator goes nuts. The battery is connected to the rest of the circuit with a 7.5 amp fuse and is intended to act as a voltage conditioner. If the voltage provided by the regulator has any rpm related spikes, or dips, the battery should absorb the spikes by charging, and fill any dips by discharging. Or at least that's the plan. The battery also powers the fans if the radiators are still hot when the engine is not running. The fans are activated by an appliance thermo-snap switch. This switch is a normally open bi-metal switch that closes at 85c (185f). It is designed to switch 120vac at 8 amps. That is an order of magnitude more current then the fans require, so they are not likely to fail due to current draw. If it fails it will probably be a result of exceeding the cycle life of the switch and I have NO idea of how many cycles to failure this switch is rated for. It is attached to the radiator just below the radiator cap near the hot coolant in hose using JB weld epoxy adhesive. The switch activates after the stock thermostat opens fully and the coolant temp at the top of the radiator exceeds 85c. Since installing the fans, a coolant recovery bottle and a 1.8 bar radiator cap, even though I have been riding harder, I have not experienced any steam from overheating. I have seen the coolant recovery bottle over half full. So the cooling system with the fans running has gotten hot enough to overpressure the 1.8 bar radiator cap and over flow coolant into the recovery bottle, but it did not over flow the bottle, and all of the coolant was returned to the radiator as soon as the bike cooled. The fact that the coolant bottle did have coolant overflow in it is proof that the fans and 1.8 bar radiator cap are not a total cure to overheating. Though as I said overheating has happened far fewer times even though I'm riding more and harder than last year. The thermo-snap switch ensures that the whole system is automatic requiring no input from the rider. The fans turn on and off according to radiator temperature whether the engine is running or not. The fan system weighs less than 1 kg (2 lbs). All in all I am very satisfied with the way it works. I know the wiring is a rats nest. It was pretty much a proof of concept job. My son was going to clean it up and give it a more professional look, but I haven't gotten it over to him yet (1year+) >>> See my coolant recovery bottle system HERE.
  7. November 14, 2014 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – In order to celebrate KTḾs successful enduro racing season, the ultra-cool 2015 KTM EXC FACTORY EDITION range, with various upgrades over the standard models, are now available to purchase in KTM dealers. KTM 300 EXC Factory Edition With KTM being the dominant brand in enduro racing, and following on from more success in the Enduro World Championship with Christophe Nambotin and Matthew Phillips taking the title wins in E1 and E3 along with many individual and national titles during 2014, KTM is excited to announce the release of its limited edition MY 2015 KTM EXC FACTORY EDITION machines. KTM 350 EXC-F Factory Edition Compared to the standard versions, these special models have received various detail upgrades with parts and accessories designed to the very highest level by KTM’s R&D department in Mattighofen, Austria. The increased specification of the FACTORY EDITION machines include genuine factory graphics, orange CNC triple clamps and a factory seat with SDV logos, which offers riders the chance to truly feel like a factory racer. KTM 350 EXC-F Factory Edition In addition to that, the bikes are fitted with an orange rear sprocket, engine guard, and newly developed Metzeler FIM tyres. To finish off the full factory look, the bikes also boast a striking orange frame, with orange radiators and fork guards that all make the bike almost visually indistinguishable from the true factory race machines and are sure to make these special editions stand out from the crowd. The EXC FACTORY EDITION model range 2015 is available in the following models: KTM 125 EXC Factory Edition, KTM 250 EXC Factory Edition, KTM 300 EXC Factory Edition, KTM 450 EXC Factory Edition, KTM 250 EXC-F Factory Edition and the KTM 350 EXC-F Factory Edition. The bikes are arriving now in international KTM dealers. WWW.KTM.COM
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    IDENTIFICATION Type: On-Off Road Warranty (Months): 6 Revision Status: New ENGINE Displacement (cc): 999 Engine Type: V Twin Cylinders: 2 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: DOHC Carburetion Type: Fuel Injected TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Dual Disc Rear Brakes: Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Pirelli 120/70 ZR17 Rear Tire(s): Pirelli 180/55 ZR17 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 59.5 / 1510 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 416.7 / 189 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 4 / 15 Seat Height (in / mm): 34.4 / 875 Number of Seats: 2 FEATURES Tachometer: Unknown Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Unknown
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    GENERAL INFORMATION Model: KTM 990 Supermoto Category: Super motard ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION Displacement: 990.00 ccm (60.96 cubic inches) Engine type: V2, four-stroke Power: 113.99 HP (83.2 kW)) @ 9000 RPM Torque: 97.00 Nm (9.9 kgf-m or 71.5 ft.lbs) @ 7000 RPM Compression: 11.5:1 Bore x stroke: 101.0 x 62.4 mm (4.0 x 2.5 inches) Valves per cylinder: 4 Fuel system: Injection Fuel control: DOHC Ignition: Keihin EMS Lubrication system: Pressure lubrication with 2 pumps Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 6-speed Transmission type, final drive: Chain Clutch: Wet mDouble disk clutch, operated hydraulically Driveline: 17:41. Primary drive: 35:67. Exhaust system: Twin stainless-steel silencer with regulated catalytic converters CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND WHEELS Frame type: Chromium-Molybdenum trellis frame, powder-coated. Subframe: Aluminium. Rake (fork angle): 24.9° Trail: 110 mm (4.3 inches) Front suspension: WP USD 48 mm (1.89 in) Front suspension travel: 210 mm (8.3 inches) Rear suspension: WP mono shock Rear suspension travel: 210 mm (8.3 inches) Front tyre dimensions: 120/70-17 Rear tyre dimensions: 180/55-ZR17 Front brakes: Double disc Front brakes diameter: 305 mm (12.0 inches) Rear brakes: Single disc Rear brakes diameter: 240 mm (9.4 inches) Wheels: Cast aluminium wheels 3.5 x 17in., 5.5 x 17in. PHYSICAL MEASURES AND CAPACITIES Dry weight: 191.0 kg (421.1 pounds) Power/weight ratio: 0.5968 HP/kg Seat height: 875 mm (34.4 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Ground clearance: 195 mm (7.7 inches) Wheelbase: 1,510 mm (59.4 inches) Fuel capacity: 19.00 litres (5.02 gallons) OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Starter: Electric Color options: Black/orange
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    GENERAL INFORMATION Model: KTM 990 Super Duke R Category: Naked bike ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION Displacement: 999.00 ccm (60.96 cubic inches) Engine type: Twin, four-stroke Power: 118.00 HP (86.1 kW)) @ 9000 RPM Torque: 100.00 Nm (10.2 kgf-m or 73.8 ft.lbs) @ 7000 RPM Compression: 11.5:1 Bore x stroke: 101.0 x 62.4 mm (4.0 x 2.5 inches) Fuel system: Carburettor. Mikuni BST 40 Fuel control: DOHC Ignition: Kokusan DC-CDI Lubrication system: Pressure lubrication Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 6-speed Transmission type, final drive: Chain Clutch: Wet multi-disc clutch, operated hydraulically Exhaust system: 2 x premium steel with three-way-catalyser CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND WHEELS Frame type: Chromium-molybdenum, powder-coated Rake (fork angle): 23.9° Trail: 101 mm (4.0 inches) Front suspension: WP USD, 1.89 in. Front suspension travel: 115 mm (4.5 inches) Rear suspension: WP monoshock Rear suspension travel: 185 mm (7.3 inches) Front tyre dimensions: 120/70-17 Rear tyre dimensions: 180/55-17 Front brakes: Double disc Rear brakes: Single disc Rear brakes diameter: 240 mm (9.4 inches) PHYSICAL MEASURES AND CAPACITIES Dry weight: 186.0 kg (410.1 pounds) Power/weight ratio: 0.6344 HP/kg Seat height: 850 mm (33.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Ground clearance: 150 mm (5.9 inches) Wheelbase: 1,450 mm (57.1 inches) Fuel capacity: 18.50 litres (4.89 gallons) OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Starter: Electric Color options: White/Orange/black
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    GENERAL INFORMATION Model: KTM 990 Super Duke Category: Naked bike ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION Displacement: 999.00 ccm (60.96 cubic inches) Engine type: V2, four-stroke Power: 118.01 HP (86.1 kW)) @ 9000 RPM Torque: 100.00 Nm (10.2 kgf-m or 73.8 ft.lbs) @ 7000 RPM Compression: 11.5:1 Bore x stroke: 101.0 x 62.4 mm (4.0 x 2.5 inches) Valves per cylinder: 4 Fuel system: Injection. Keihin EFI with EPT (Electric Power Throttle) Fuel control: DOHC Lubrication system: Pressure lubrication with 2 Eaton pumps Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 6-speed Transmission type, final drive: Chain Clutch: Wet mDouble disk clutch, operated hydraulically Driveline: 16:38. Primary drive: 67:35. Exhaust system: Stainless steel silencer with regulated catalytic converter CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND WHEELS Frame type: Chromium-Molybdenum trellis frame, powder coated. Subframe: Aluminium 7020. Rake (fork angle): 23.9° Trail: 101 mm (4.0 inches) Front suspension: WP USD 48 mm (1.89 in) Front suspension travel: 140 mm (5.5 inches) Rear suspension: WP mono shock Rear suspension travel: 140 mm (5.5 inches) Front tyre dimensions: 120/70-17 Rear tyre dimensions: 180/55-ZR17 Front brakes: Double disc Front brakes diameter: 320 mm (12.6 inches) Rear brakes: Single disc Rear brakes diameter: 240 mm (9.4 inches) Wheels: Cast aluminium wheels 3.5 x 17in., 5.5 x 17in. PHYSICAL MEASURES AND CAPACITIES Dry weight: 186.0 kg (410.1 pounds) Power/weight ratio: 0.6345 HP/kg Seat height: 850 mm (33.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Ground clearance: 150 mm (5.9 inches) Wheelbase: 1,450 mm (57.1 inches) Fuel capacity: 18.50 litres (4.89 gallons) OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Starter: Electric Color options: White/Orange/black
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    IDENTIFICATION Type: On-Off Road Warranty (Months): 12 Revision Status: Upgraded ENGINE Displacement (cc): 999 Engine Type: V Twin Cylinders: 2 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: DOHC Carburetion Type: Fuel Injected TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Dual Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Pirelli Scorpion 90/90 R21 54V Rear Tire(s): Pirelli Scorpion 150/70 R18 70V SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 61.8 / 1570 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 456 / 207 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 5.3 / 20 Seat Height (in / mm): 35.6 / 905 Number of Seats: 2 FEATURES Tachometer: Standard Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Standard
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    IDENTIFICATION Type: Sport Warranty (Months): 12 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 1195 Engine Type: V Twin Cylinders: 2 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: DOHC Carburetion Type: Fuel Injected TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Dual Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Dunlop Sportmax SportMart 120/70 ZR17 Rear Tire(s): Dunlop Sportmax SportMart 190/55 ZR17 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 56.1 / 1425 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 410 / 186 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 4.4 / 16.5 Seat Height (in / mm): 31.7 / 805 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Standard Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Standard
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    IDENTIFICATION Type: Sport Warranty (Months): 12 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 1195 Engine Type: V Twin Cylinders: 2 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: DOHC Carburetion Type: Fuel Injected TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Dual Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Dunlop Sportmax SportMart 120/70 ZR17 Rear Tire(s): Dunlop Sportmax SportMart 190/55 ZR17 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 56.1 / 1425 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 410 / 186 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 4.4 / 16.5 Seat Height (in / mm): 31.7 / 805 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Standard Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Standard
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    IDENTIFICATION Type: Sport Warranty (Months): 12 Revision Status: Upgraded ENGINE Displacement (cc): 1195 Engine Type: V Twin Cylinders: 2 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: DOHC Carburetion Type: Fuel Injected TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Dual Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Dunlop Sportmax SportMart 120/70 ZR17 Rear Tire(s): Dunlop Sportmax SportMart 190/55 ZR17 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 56.1 / 1425 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 405.7 / 184 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 4.4 / 16.5 Seat Height (in / mm): 31.7 / 805 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Standard Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Standard
  16. t2sfd

    KTM 350 XC-F (2020)

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    Solid bike in everything besides the engine. Mine was really lacking all through the rev range. Disappointed so I sold it. Really great handling and suspension though.
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    Stock besides pro circuit exhaust, seat and bars.
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  20. Jakick

    KTM 500 EXC (2016)

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    I've had this bike for about 2 months, putting about 1000 km on at this point. Absolutely love this machine so far and plan to do some decent trips on it in the future. Have been using it off-road where I use to only take my MX bikes, as well as for a commuter to and from work on 110 km/h highways. Great all around bike.
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    I got this bike in fall 2019. I got it at around 58 hours and so I’ve put on about 15 hours so far. It came with a Lectron carb on it and I’m loving it so far. Got loads of bottom end power and will lug forever and with a amazing mid to top end power it makes the bike very enjoyable to ride. The power band hits a little harder than some but it all depends of how it adjusted. Now the negatives. The air box sits a little low so water crossings can be a little weary. The air box drainage hole sits in a spot where when going through water the rear tire can kick some water up into the air box. Also the starter on these bikes are a bit weak but after over 70 hours it’s still going strong just not strong enough to start the bike cold. So overall the bike is great but with any bike their will be things that might cause a problem doesn’t matter what year their will always be things in any design that will make you think why. But so far the bike has been great and for the slow tight trails that I ride it works wonderful.
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    Good bike lots of power!
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