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  1. So here's my project. A few months ago I was scanning craigslist for a 125 2 stroke around 1000 dollars or less. My dad and i picked up a 1996 ktm 125 exc for $800 in very good condition considering the year. The bike needed a stator and coil and possibly a clutch. The dude had rebuilt the top end about 8 months before we bought it. The story goes that his son was riding and well yeah, the stator went out. He rebuilt the forks, put new tires on it, and rebuilt the carb, or so he told us. 4 months from when we bought it, we have fixed the stator and coil and now have great spark. We also rebuilt the carb to the best of our ability and have found out that it needs a needle and seat. We fixed that and I got to ride it for a total of 10 minutes. The bike ran great but was leaking some coolant. After those 10 minutes I parked it in the barn and left the gas on and it flooded the motor. I fount that out when I tried to drop start it and it would't turn over. We pumped that out but in the process of that the kickstart recoil spring broke while we were turning it over without the sparkplug in it. It's odd that it broke when there was no force on it at all. We got it started and drove it back to the barn. Now we have taken apart the transmission and got the old spring out. We have discovered that parts are really hard to find but luckily we have found the all the parts we need. I'll keep you posted with the progress of the bike. I'll post some transmission pics later as they are not handy. Yall like the means of transportation🤣
  2. Tho i love the 230f, but i think it's time for Change. I love change even if its not for the better. We got a new president, why can't we get an all new 230f? Something with inverted forks or XR250R forks, Sub-frame disconnect, aluminum dog bone, fuel injection, rear disk brake, plugs for a oil cooler, for an option for over the counter oil cooler, and a 55" wheel base. Ok I maybe I'm not asking for an all new 230f but one that meets the modern times. Give it 233cc and call it a 240. I was at Malcolm Smith's in Riverside California about a week ago. I never see the 230f on the show room floor. Also i never see it on the show room floor at Chaparral's in San Bernardino. As we know Chaparral is most likely the largest motor cycle store in the world. I think the 230f has been in production for 16 years now. So it's about time for a make over wouldn't you guys think? I'm not saying we shouldn't love the 230f because it still has practical use. Something new doesn't mean we will forget something older. Remember we still love the XR200, XR250R and the XR400 tho they're out of production. There's only so much life in a man before he kicks the bucket, so my concept is to see something new as often as possible before i push up daisies....And no I'm not talking about Daisy Dukes, but that can be nice too lol. Just don't get caught by the ball N' chain lol. BOYS IT'S TIME TO GET A NEw Hat, new boots and straw to go along with it, and it should be named XR240F http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NDUwWDgwMA==/z/XYEAAOSwdzVXp0Ap/$_80.JPG
  3. PICKERINGTON, OH - January 17, 2017 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - The American Motorcyclist Association strongly objects to a federal agency's attempt to tack a 100 percent or higher tariff on motorcycles made in Europe as part of a trade battle over hormones in U.S. beef. The Office of United States Trade Representative requested comments on Dec. 28 regarding its proposal to include tariffs on motorcycles with an engine size between 51cc and 500cc imported from the European Union. The American Motorcyclist Association opposes the proposed tariff, because trade disputes residing within the boundaries of the agricultural industry should not be solved with trade sanctions levied against non-agricultural products. "There is no logical link between motorcycles and beef," said Wayne Allard, AMA vice president of government relations. "It is absurd to even consider such a move. The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative is responsible for developing and coordinating U.S. international trade, commodity and direct investment policy and overseeing negotiations with other countries. The head of USTR is the U.S. Trade Representative, a Cabinet member who serves as the president's principal trade adviser, negotiator, and spokesperson on trade issues. If the agency enacts this motorcycle tariff, serious and potentially irreversible harm will be done to American small- and medium-sized business owners selling the vehicles and to American families who buy these motorcycles for commuting and outdoor recreation. "Should the availability of motorcycles be hindered by these unjustified trade sanctions, dealerships may close, leaving countless Americans without jobs," Allard said. "The negative effects of the proposed sanctions will not only harm the motorcycle sales industry, but will spread through the aftermarket equipment sector, recreation equipment sales, the sports entertainment industry and further down the line." Affected manufacturers include Aprilla, Beta. BMW, Ducati, Fantic, Gas Gas, Husqvarna, KTM, Montesa, Piaggio, Scorpa, Sherco, TM and Vespa. The same agency tried the same tactic in 2008, but the effort was thwarted when the AMA, the Motorcycle Industry Council and bike manufacturers and retailers rallied motorcyclists against the plan. At that time, the U.S. Trade Representative instead raised the tariff on a variety of European food products. About the American Motorcyclist Association Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world's largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders' interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. The AMA also provides money-saving discounts on products and services for its members. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit www.americanmotorcyclist.com. Not a member? Join the AMA today. Source: American Motorcyclist Association
  4. Nineteen events to take place across the country PICKERINGTON, OH - January 17, 2017 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - Thousands of AMA members search for new trails to ride and sights to see on their dirt bikes each year. The AMA National Dual Sport Series, sponsored by Beta for the third consecutive year, boasts 19 two-day events for 2017. "The AMA National Dual Sport Series traces its roots back to 1987 and has been providing an avenue for some of the country's top dual sports to be featured at the national level," said AMA Recreational Riding and Volunteer Manager Marie Wuelleh. "AMA-chartered clubs and promoters organize thousands of miles of trail for AMA members to enjoy on their dual-sport machines every year. The noncompetitive events often include meals, a t-shirt, after-ride activities, camping, camaraderie and more. Be sure to mark an event, or several, on your calendar for this year." The AMA oversees the series, which provides great riding trails and features additional perks for participants. Every rider will be entered to win a Beta motorcycle in a year-end sweepstakes. "Beta is proud to be the title sponsor of the AMA Dual Sport Series," said Beta Marketing Manager Tim Pilg. "We see the importance of being a part of the series as it has grown over the past few years. We have been working hard developing our RR-S models, and it has been nice to see more and more Beta riders signed up every year." Supporting sponsors of the series include ADVMoto, Seat Concepts, Sena and Sidi. The 2017 schedule includes: March 3-5: Devil's Creek Dual Sport Dixie Dual Sport - Brooksville, Fla. March 18-19: 2 Sun Adventure 2017 Tucson Dual Sport, LLC - Amado, Ariz. June 3-4: Show Me 200 National Dual Sport Ride Midwest Trail Riders Association - Bixby, Mo. June 3-4: Black Dog Northwest Tour & Trail - Hood River, Ore. June 10-11: Durty Dabbers Great Adventure Dual Sport Durty Dabbers - Lock Haven, Pa. June 10-11: 2017 Ride for Research Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders - Wabeno, Wis. June 24-25: Big Bear Run Big Bear Trail Riders - Big Bear, Calif. July 15-16: Mountain Madness Dual Sport and Adventure Rally Coconino Trail Riders - Flagstaff, Ariz. Aug. 19-20: Rat Dog Northwest Tour & Trail - Tillamook, Ore. Sept. 9-10: LBL 200 National Dual Sport K T Riders - Golden Pond, Ky. Sept. 9-10: Baby Burr Dual Sport Enduro Riders Association - McArthur, Ohio Sept. 23-24: 2017 Big Woods 200 Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders - Wabeno, Wis. Sept. 23-24: 2017 Yosemite Dual Sport Adventure Family Off-Road Adventures - Buck Meadows, Calif. Sept. 30-Oct. 1 (pending U.S. Forest Service permit): Shenandoah 500 Washington Area Trail Riders - Mount Solon, Va. Oct. 14-15: Buffalo 500 National Dual Sport Stoney Lonesome Motorcycle Club - Columbus, Ind. Oct. 21-22: Howlin' at the Moon Arizona Trail Riders - Payson, Ariz. Nov. 4-5: Hammer Run Tri-County Sportsmen - Port Elizabeth, N.J. Nov. 18-19: There Will Be Dust Trail Riders of Southern Arizona - Tucson, Ariz. Nov. 24-25: L.A. - Barstow to Vegas AMA District 37 Dual Sport - Palmdale, Calif. The series schedule and detailed information about the events can be viewed at www.americanmotorcyclist.com/Riding/Dual-Sport-Riding. Be sure to follow the series official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/AMADualSport. Post your photos from the events using #AMAdualsport on social media.
  5. New to the site and I have picked up a 1998 yz400f for $400 from a buddy which I cannot seem to get to idle. (He couldn't get it to run right either which is how I picked it up so cheap) Have read up some on this issue but I have a few more things to take into account that may help yall to guide me in the right direction. Granted I am coming from 2 strokes and am fairly new to 4 strokes but have good mechanical knowledge. I have taken the Keihin flat cr carb off and completely cleaned it inside and out. All jets have been thoroughly cleaned to the point I could see very good light through them. Nothing was really dirty at all in the carb but cleaned it all anyway. Didn't lose any springs or o rings or the little washer from the idle/mixture screw on the bottom of the carb. I read that this screw should be 1.5 to 2 turns out and I set it at a tiny bit more that 1.5 turns out last night and put the carb back on and the bike fired right off second kick (even without the choke on) but it still will not idle. I have adjusted the black plastic idle screw on the side of the carb and it seems to have no effect whatsoever. Made sure that the tps sensor went back on the same angle it came off. The bike backfires bad on decel and shoots fireballs out the exhaust when it's dark out. Now the thing to take into account which may or may not help you lead me in the right direction with my bike is that ever since I bought this bike it has been missing the hot start button and hoses. All that is there is the hot start housing bolted to the frame. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
  6. I have a 05 yz450f and it ceases to scare me. Is there any mods I can make that don't hinder reliability? The engine is completely stock with a Big Gun and a k@n filter. I'm running a 15/46 sprocket combo.
  7. Federal trade agency proposes higher import fees on certain motorcycles Voice your opinion today! Take Action **If you receive an "Internal Error" after you submit your comments, please hit the "Back" button on your browser and resubmit.** The Office of United States Trade Representative requested comments on Dec. 28 regarding its proposal to include tariffs on motorcycles imported from the European Union with an engine size between 51cc and 500cc in the E.U. - U.S. beef hormone trade dispute. The deadline to submit comments is Jan. 30. The American Motorcyclist Association opposes the proposed tariff, because trade disputes residing within the boundaries of the agricultural industry should not be solved with trade sanctions levied against non-agricultural products. Specifically, a 100 percent, or higher, tariff on these motorcycles is proposed. This will cause serious and potentially irreversible harm to American small- and medium-sized business owners selling the vehicles. Additionally, consumers will be denied access to certain models of competition and recreational motorcycles that contribute to the lifestyle and wellbeing of millions of American families. Manufacturers that will be impacted: 1) Aprilla; 2) Beta; 3) BMW; 4) Ducati; 5) Fantic; 6) Gas Gas; 7) Husqvarna; 9) KTM; 10) Montesa; 11) Piaggio; 12) Scorpa; 13) Sherco; 14) TM; and 15) Vespa. Should the availability of product be hindered through unjustified trade sanctions on European-produced motorcycles, dealerships may close, leaving countless Americans without jobs.The negative effects of the proposed trade sanctions will not only harm the motorcycle sales industry, but will spread through the aftermarket equipment sector, recreation equipment sales, the sports entertainment industry and further down the line. You can do something to prevent this from happening! Use the AMA's easy to use tools to submit comments to the USTR by Jan. 30 to say you oppose the idea to penalize motorcyclists in the beef trade dispute. Make our voice stronger by sharing the AMA alert. Share with your friends on Facebook. Now more than ever, it is crucial that you and your riding friends become members of the AMA to help protect our riding freedoms. More members mean more clout against the opponents of motorcycling. That support will help fight for your rights - on the road, trail and racetrack and in the halls of government. If you are a motorcycle rider, join the AMA at www.americanmotorcyclist.com/membership/join. Take Action
  8. I have a 2000 YZ250 that I plan on racing in my first ever harescramble on March 12. The bike is completely stock, although I am ordering some g2 ergonomics hand guards. It also has works connection from guards. What would you guys recomend for pre race prep (things to check) and any other advice you can give me, thanks.
  9. Saw this today on the motocross action fb page.....coming up next week at the Mecums auction in Vegas......a whole lot of bikes to be auctioned, including 3 brand spanking new 07 CR250's still in crates! I didnt think there would be any left in crates, i wonder how high they'll go?
  10. Hello I've been having issue trying to pin down an exhaust to purchase I ride predominantly off road on my drz400e aus spec (exhaust noise non issue) and I've limited my chooses to an mrd zpro and a rs3 full system Does the mrd shift the torque so the pull starts later not sooner due to it being free flowing Is the rs3 more suitable on dirt than a zpro Price Wise I can get the rs3 full system for $715AUD and the mrd Zpro is $788AUD Shipped+plus with all the extra bits In the future I will do some engine mods but before those will be suspension.
  11. Does anyone know how I can get my ttr 125 to sound better, I don't want to spend 200 bucks on a fmf pipe or something like that, anyone know any mods I can do to it while maintaining my spark arrestor and green sticker status, anyone tried one of those chinese clamp on mufflers from ebay ?
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    SPECIFICATIONS Year: 2016 Manufacturer: Husqvarna Model: TE 300 Engine Type: Single cylinder, two-stroke Engine Displacement: 293.cc Bore & Stroke: 72 mm x 72 mm Compression Ratio: NA Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Fuel System: Fully electronic ignition system Ignition: Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing Starting System: Kickstarter and electric starter Transmission: Six-speed, claw shifted Final Drive: 525 X-Ring Chain Rake and Trail: NA Wheel Base: 58.3 in. Seat Height: 37 in. Front Suspension: WP Suspension Up Side Down 4CS, 300 mm Rear Suspension: WP Monoshock with linkage, 330 mm Front Brake: Disc brake with two-pot brake caliper, 260 mm Rear Brake: Disc brake with one-pot brake caliper, floating brake discs, 220 mm Front Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Fuel Capacity: 2.9 gal. Dry Weight: 230.6 lbs.
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine Displacement: 249 cm³ Bore: 66.4 mm Stroke: 72 mm Starter: Kickstarter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 26:73 Secondary gear ratio: 14:50 Clutch: Wet, multi-disc clutch, Magura hydraulics EMS: Kokusan CHASSIS Frame design: Chrome-molybdenum 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: Brembo twin-piston floating calliper, brake disc Rear brake: Brembo single-piston floating calliper, brake disc Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 220 mm Chain: 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.9 ° Wheelbase: 1485 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 375 mm Seat height: 960 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 7 l
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine Displacement: 249 cm³ Bore: 66.4 mm Stroke: 72 mm Starter: Kickstarter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 26:72 Secondary gear ratio: 13:48 Clutch: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS: Kokusan CHASSIS Frame design: 25CrMo4 steel central-tube frame Front suspension: WP USD Ø 48 mm 4CS closed cartridge Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 300 mm Suspension travel (rear): 317 mm Front brake: Disc brake Rear brake: Disc brake Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 200 mm Chain: 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.9 ° Wheelbase: 1495 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 385 mm Seat height: 992 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 7.5 l Weight without fuel: 97.7 kg
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine Displacement: 249 cm³ Bore: 66.4 mm Stroke: 72 mm Starter: Kickstarter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 26:72 Secondary gear ratio: 13:48 Clutch: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS: Kokusan CHASSIS Frame design: 25CrMo4 steel central-tube frame Front suspension: WP USD Ø 48 mm 4CS closed cartridge Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 300 mm Suspension travel (rear): 317 mm Front brake: Disc brake Rear brake: Disc brake Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 200 mm Chain: 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.9 ° Wheelbase: 1495 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 385 mm Seat height: 992 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 7.5 l Weight without fuel: 97.7 kg
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine Displacement: 449.9 cm³ Bore: 95 mm Stroke: 63.4 mm Starter: Electric starter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 31:76 Clutch: APTC™ slipper clutch, hydraulically actuated EMS: Keihin EMS CHASSIS Frame design: Chrome-molybdenum steel tubular space frame, powder-coated Front suspension: WP USD closed cartridge Ø 48 mm Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 280 mm Suspension travel (rear): 266 mm Front brake: Brembo four-piston radial fixed calliper, brake disc Rear brake: Brembo single-piston floating calliper, brake disc Front brake disc diameter: 310 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 220 mm Chain: 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.9 ° Wheelbase: 1475 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 290 mm Seat height: 927 mm
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine Displacement: 349.7 cm³ Bore: 88 mm Stroke: 57.5 mm Starter: Electric starter Transmission: 6-speed Clutch: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Magura hydraulics EMS: Keihin EMS CHASSIS Frame design: 25CrMo4 steel central-tube frame Front suspension: WP-USD Xplor 48 with preload adjuster Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 300 mm Suspension travel (rear): 330 mm Front brake: Brembo twin-piston floating calliper, brake disc Rear brake: Brembo single-piston floating calliper, brake disc Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 220 mm Chain: X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.5 ° Ground clearance: 370 mm Seat height: 970 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 8.5 l Weight without fuel: 106.8 kg
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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine: Single-cylinder, Four-stroke, OHC, water-cooled Single-cylinder, Four-stroke, OHC, water-cooled Displacement: 510.4 cc Bore: 95 mm Stroke: 72 mm Horsepower: 58 Compression Ratio: 11.8:1 Starter: Electric starter Transmission: Six-speed Primary drive: 32:76 Clutch: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS: Keihin EMS Chain: X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4 inches CHASSIS Frame: 25CrMo4 Chrome Molybdanum steel central-tube frame Steering head angle: 26.1 degrees Suspension, Front: WP USD 48 mm 4CS closed cartridge Suspension Travel, Front: 11.8 Inches Suspension, Rear: WP monoshock with linkage Suspension Travel, Rear: 13 Inches Brake, Front: 260 mm Disc brake Brake, Rear: 220 mm Disc brake Tire, Front: FE 501 - 90/90 - 21 54M TT Dunlop Geomax AT81F, FE 501 S - 90/90 - 21 M/C 54 R TT Michelin Enduro Competition IV Tire, Rear: FE 501 - 110/110 - 18 64M TT Dunlop Geomax AT81, FE 501 S - 140/90 - 18M/C 70R TT Michelin Enduro Competition IIIe DIMENSIONS Wheelbase: 58.3 inches ± 0.4 inches Seat Height: 38.2 Inches Ground Clearance: 13.6 Inches DETAILS Fuel Capacity: 2.25 Gallons Fuel Reserve: 0.4 Gallon Recommended Fuel: Premium Unleaded Weight (Without Fuel): 249.8 Pounds GVWR: 739 Pounds GAWR: Front - 320 Pounds, Rear - 419 Pounds
  19. 1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine Displacement: 84.9 cm³ Bore: 84.9 mm Stroke: 48.95 mm Starter: Kickstarter Transmission: 6-speed Primary drive: 19:66 Secondary gear ratio: 14:49 Clutch: Wet, multi-disc clutch, Formula hydraulics EMS: Moric digital 2M1 CHASSIS Frame design: Central-tube frame with double-cradle Front suspension: WP upside-down Ø 43 mm Rear suspension: WP PDS shock absorber Suspension travel (front): 270 mm Suspension travel (rear): 300 mm Front brake: Disc brake Rear brake: Disc brake Front brake disc diameter: 240 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 210 mm Chain: 1/2 x 5/16" Steering head angle: 66 ° Wheelbase: 1290 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 377 mm Seat height: 890 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 5 l Weight READY TO RACE (without fuel): 68.5 kg
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    GENERAL INFORMATION Model: KTM 85 SX 19-16 Year: 2011 Category: Minibike, cross ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION Displacement: 84.90 ccm (5.18 cubic inches) Engine type: Single cylinder, two-stroke Engine details: Rotation speed dependent exhaust flap Bore x stroke: 47.0 x 49.0 mm (1.9 x 1.9 inches) Fuel system: Carburettor. Keihin PWK 28 Ignition: Moric digital 2M1 Lubrication system: Mixture lubrication 1:40 Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 6-speed Transmission type, final drive: Chain Clutch: Wet multi-disc clutch, hydraulically operated Driveline: 14:49 Exhaust system: Aluminium CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND WHEELS Frame type: Double grinded central double-cradle-type frame. Subframe: Aluminium. Rake (fork angle): 24.0° Front suspension: WP Upside-Down 43 mm Front wheel travel: 270 mm (10.6 inches) Rear suspension: WP-PDS mono shock Rear wheel travel: 300 mm (11.8 inches) Front tyre: 70/100-19 Rear tyre: 90/100-16 Front brakes: Single disc Front brakes diameter: 220 mm (8.7 inches) Rear brakes: Single disc Rear brakes diameter: 210 mm (8.3 inches) Wheels: 1.60 x 19 inches; 1.85 x 16 inches Alu PHYSICAL MEASURES AND CAPACITIES Dry weight: 69.0 kg (152.1 pounds) Seat height: 900 mm (35.4 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Ground clearance: 377 mm (14.8 inches) Wheelbase: 1,290 mm (50.8 inches) Fuel capacity: 5.00 litres (1.32 gallons) OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Color options: Orange/black/white Starter: kick
  21. Chris.GVS

    KTM 65 SX 2016

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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine Displacement: 64.9 cm³ Bore: 45 mm Stroke: 40.8 mm Starter: Kickstarter Transmission: 6-speed Primary drive: 23:75 Secondary gear ratio: 14:48 Clutch: Wet, multi-disc clutch, Formula hydraulics EMS: AET digital CHASSIS Frame design: Central-tube frame with double-cradle Front suspension: WP upside-down Ø 35 mm Rear suspension: WP shock absorber Suspension travel (front): 215 mm Suspension travel (rear): 270 mm Front brake: Disc brake Rear brake: Disc brake Front brake disc diameter: 198 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 160 mm Chain: 1/2 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 64.5 ° Wheelbase: 1137 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 280 mm Seat height: 750 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 3.5 l Weight READY TO RACE (without fuel): 53 kg
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    GENERAL INFORMATION Model: KTM 450 EXC Year: 2011 Category: Enduro / offroad ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION Displacement: 449.30 ccm (27.42 cubic inches) Engine type: Single cylinder, four-stroke Engine details: OHC with rocker levers Compression: 11.8:1 Bore x stroke: 95.0 x 63.4 mm (3.7 x 2.5 inches) Valves per cylinder: 4 Fuel system: Injection. Keihin EFI, flow restrictor 42 mm Fuel control: Overhead Cams (OHC) Ignition: Keihin EMS Lubrication system: Pressure lubrication with 2 oil pumps Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 6-speed Transmission type, final drive: Chain Clutch: Wet mDouble disk clutch, Brembo hydraulics Driveline: 14:52 (13:52). Primary ratio 32:76. Exhaust system: Aluminium CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND WHEELS Frame type: Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4. Subframe: Aluminium. Rake (fork angle): 26.5° Front suspension: WP-USD 48 mm Front wheel travel: 300 mm (11.8 inches) Rear suspension: WP-PDS shock absorber Rear wheel travel: 335 mm (13.2 inches) Front tyre: 90/90-21 Rear tyre: 140/80-18 Front brakes: Single disc Front brakes diameter: 260 mm (10.2 inches) Rear brakes: Single disc Rear brakes diameter: 220 mm (8.7 inches) Wheels: 1.60 x 21´´; 2.15 x 18´´ Excel PHYSICAL MEASURES AND CAPACITIES Dry weight: 111.0 kg (244.7 pounds) Seat height: 970 mm (38.2 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Ground clearance: 345 mm (13.6 inches) Wheelbase: 1,482 mm (58.3 inches) Fuel capacity: 9.50 litres (2.51 gallons) OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Color options: Orange/white/black Starter: Electric & kick
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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine Displacement: 349.7 cm³ Bore: 88 mm Stroke: 57.5 mm Starter: Electric starter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 24:73 Secondary gear ratio: 14:50 Clutch: Wet, CSS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS: Keihin EMS 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 ° Wheelbase: 1485 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 370 mm Seat height: 960 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 7 l Weight READY TO RACE (without fuel): 99.8 kg
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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine Displacement: 349.7 cm³ Bore: 88 mm Stroke: 57.5 mm Starter: Electric starter Transmission: 6-speed Primary drive: 24:73 Secondary gear ratio: 12:48 Clutch: Wet, multi-disc clutch, Formula hydraulics CHASSIS Frame design: Perimeter steel-aluminium composite frame Front suspension: WP upside-down Ø 43 mm Rear suspension: WP PDS shock absorber Suspension travel (front): 250 mm Suspension travel (rear): 280 mm Front brake: Disc brake Rear brake: Disc brake Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 210 mm Chain: X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 67 ° Wheelbase: 1418 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 325 mm Seat height: 915 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 5.5 l Weight READY TO RACE (without fuel): 99.5 kg
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    GENERAL INFORMATION Model: KTM 300 EXC Year: 2008 Category: Enduro / offroad ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION Displacement: 293.20 ccm (17.89 cubic inches) Engine type: Single cylinder, two-stroke Compression: 12.8:1 Bore x stroke: 72.0 x 72.0 mm (2.8 x 2.8 inches) Fuel system: Carburettor. Keihin PWK 36 S AG Ignition: Kokusan digital 2K-3 Lubrication system: Mixture oil lubrication 1:60 Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 5-speed Clutch: Wet multi-disc clutch, operated hydraulically Exhaust system: Aluminium CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND WHEELS Frame type: Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4 Rake (fork angle): 26.5° Front suspension: WP USD Front wheel travel: 115 mm (4.5 inches) Rear suspension: WP monoshock PDS Rear wheel travel: 185 mm (7.3 inches) Front tyre: 90/90-21 Rear tyre: 140/80-18 Front brakes: Single disc Rear brakes: Single disc PHYSICAL MEASURES AND CAPACITIES Dry weight: 102.6 kg (226.2 pounds) Seat height: 925 mm (36.4 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Ground clearance: 385 mm (15.2 inches) Wheelbase: 1,475 mm (58.1 inches) Fuel capacity: 8.50 litres (2.25 gallons) OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Starter: Kick
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