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  1. elden

    Gas Gas XC 300 (2013)

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    wonderful to ride, similar pull as my 2008 te510ei, but the weight is not there, and it allows you to change direction you want to go, people need to test ride a gas gas , build quality is excellent, love this bike. the Australian model is a EC300R
  2. Looks like a lot of new stuff on the GASGAS, I wonder how heavy it is though.
  3. Confused, bike will not Rev out. I can hold on with one hand in any gear and pin the throttle wide open and just when it feels like it should hit it acts as if it's hitting a governor. Since it had started doing this I have replaced the top end, cleaned the powervalve and set proper "z" dimension then confirmed it was opening by leaving the left side cover off and revving the bike, cleaned and confirmed jetting in carb to JD jet kit specs for my temp and elevation, replaced the reed valves with new vforce reeds, installed and gapped a new plug, cleaned air filter and replaced exhaust packing, and switched out the CDI with a friend's CDI that I know works and sprayed ether around running engine and air boot to see if it was sucking air. Bike starts first kick and sounds good in idle and when revving in neutral. No smoke or spooge and doesn't seem to burn coolant or oil. I am switching the coil out tomorrow but if that doesn't solve the problem I am totally lost, my last thought is maybe a crank seal? But if it was a right side crank seal I'd be burning oil and left side I'd be sucking air? Sorry for long post, I have read a number of posts on this but nothing I found solved my problem. I am loosing my mind here. Send help. (Stock pipe, S3 head, SX CDI)
  4. 0 reviews

    ENGINE Type: Two-stroke single w/ powervalve Displacement: 299cc Bore x stroke: 72 x 72mm Fuel delivery: 38mm Keihin PWK carburetor Intake: Moto Tassinari VForce4 reed valve Exhaust: FMF (Gas Gas) Muffler: FMF Powercore 2.1 Transmission: 6-speed Clutch: Multi-disc clutch in oil bath CHASSIS Frame: Central backbone chromoly w/ aluminum subframe Front suspension: Fully adjustable 48mm KYB ADS Closed-Cartridge fork; 11.8 inches of travel Rear suspension: Fully adjustable linkage-assisted KYB shock; 11.9 inches of travel Rims: Excel Front tire: 90/90 x 21; Metzeler MCE 6 Days Extreme Rear tire: 140/80 x 18; Metzeler MCE 6 Days Extreme Front brake: 260mm NG disc w/ Nissin caliper Rear brake: 220mm NG disc w/ Nissin caliper DIMENSIONS and CAPACITIES Wheelbase: 58.3 inches Seat height: 37.8 inches Fuel capacity: 2.64 gallons Dry weight: 232 pounds
  5. 0 comments

    Fun bike, but need to ride it more!!
  6. 0 comments

    Love this bike. My woods weapon, wife calls it my spanish mistress
  7. 3 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): N/A Revision Status: New ENGINE Displacement (cc): 299.3 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): 90/90 R21 Rear Tire(s): 40/80 R18 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 58.1 / 1475 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 225 / 102.1 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 2.9 / 11 Seat Height (in / mm): 37.8 / 960.1 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Not Available Digital Instrumentation: Not Available Windshield: Not Available
  8. 2 comments

    Great bike and I love it. The low first gear allows me to crawl at a snails pace through rocks and if I need to get into top gear for a wide open sprint the bike does it no issue. The 300cc engine is AMAZING. It is smooth an the low end torque is fantastic. I love the bike more then any others I have owned, only downside is the issue getting things like rebuild kits, plastics etc cheap like I could on a older KTM or Kawisaki.
  9. The shop put on new bark busters, new battery, new/discontinued front tire Dunlop mx31 $80 and new grips without asking me first. I told them NOT to put the new grips, and bark busters on, I had in a parts box full of stuff I DID want them to put on. They say the pictures below are of my piston and cylinder. I tried to attach the PDFs of my receipt but could no get it to work. They say it needed a new top and bottom end done. $3046.70 is the charge. Would you think you got ripped off? Does your shop put stuff on your Moto and not ask, and then charge for it? I do not want to say the shop name yet because I want to be fair. Thank you.
  10. 0 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Engine: 2-stroke Single-cylinder, liquid-cooled Displacement: 299,3 cc Bore x stroke: 72,0 x 72,0 mm Starter: Kick (Electric optional) Ignition: Electronic Gearbox: 6 speed gearbox with foot control Clutch: Multidisc in oil bath Carburettor: Keihin PKWS 38 mm Intake system: Direct reed valve VForce 4 Exhaust muffler: FMF Bodywork: Unbreakable plastic Handlebar: GasGas Double Force Frame: Perimeter frame in chrome-molybdenum Subframe: Tubular aluminum alloy Swingarm: Aluminium, progressive system with tie rods Front fork: Marzocchi shiver inverted ø48 mm, closed cartridge Suspensión travel: 305 mm Adjustability: Spring preload, rebound and compression Shock absorber: Reiger Mono shock, Special settings Adjustability: Spring preload, rebound and compression high/low speed Suspension travel: 298 mm Rim type: Excel Aluminium spoke rim Rim – tyre: Front: 1.6 x 21 – Metzeler Six Days Extreme 90/90 – 21 Rim – tyre: Rear: 2.15 x 18 – Metzeler Six Days Extreme 140/80 – 18 Front brake: 260 mm Galfer wave disc, 2-piston Nissin caliper Rear brake: 220 mm Galfer wave disc, 1-piston Nissin caliper Fuel: 9,5 l (2-stroke-oil/fuel mixed 1:50) Claimed Dry weight: 106 kg / 109 kg (240 lbs) Dimensions: Length x width x height: 2.200 x 830 x 1.260 mm Wheelbase: 1.480 mm Seatheight: 950 mm
  11. 0 comments

    Best riding bikes that I have. Beats all the KTM even with 1200.00 worth of suspension work.
  12. ThumperTalk

    TM XC300 2003

    0 reviews

    MOTORCYCLE TYPE Dirt (not MX) ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Displacement (cc): 298 Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4 Speeds: Automatic TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS Number of speeds: Automatic Dry Weight (lbs.): 115
  13. 0 reviews

    ROSS COUNTRY REINVENTED After the profound renovation experienced last year in the enduro range, the prestigious dirt-bike brand takes another step forward in the evolution of its great icon in this discipline with the launch of the new 2019 GasGas EC and XC. More than two decades after Paul Edmonson made history conquering the first of the nine World Enduro Championships for the factory from Salt, the latest in the line to inherit those mythical EnduroCross initials takes up the challenge of that World Champion bike and together with GasGas’s vast experience to make a new qualitative leap with the presentation of the new EC and XC enduro range. MAXIMUM RELIABILITY The natural evolution of a model that has managed to adapt as none other has to the demands of the toughest of discipline, to keep growing until it has become the best version of itself, a true dirt-bike symbol. A versatile, powerful, resistant all-terrain machine designed to meet the needs of today’s enduro rider, whatever their level, Thanks to the quality and versatility of a bike that, in 2019, renews its image with a special graphic design where the red is kept as the emblematic color of the brand, although this time introducing black and white strokes also. NEW ELECTRICS The new electrical system is where much of the efforts of the GasGas technical department have been concentrated for the new enduro range, which now has a new electrical installation, a new optimized electric start system and, as a new feature, incorporates a double “Sun/Rain” double switch map for the first time to adapt power delivery to the conditions of terrain offering greater traction and feeling to rider. New features include a new mounting system for the display. NEW BIKE FEATURES Incorporation of new “Sun/Rain” double switch map. The new “Sun” map is for the maximum torque delivery engine management map while the second “Rain” map gives torque delivery for optimal traction in slippery areas for all those who want more feeling from their enduro New optimized electric start system New electrical installation New system for mounting the display of the 28.6 mm diameter handlebar without central bar redesigned with a new steering position New Neken grips for firmer grip New GasGas brand central handlebar protector New redesigned handlebar supports to give greater rigidity to the handlebar mounting system New special graphic design for the 2019 EC / XC series New MY2019 graphic GasGas red frame protectors Re-designed side number panels and rear mudguard for a better fit of the parts, easier maintenance and filter cleaning TECHNICAL Engine 2-stroke Single-cylinder, liquid-cooled Displacement 299,3 cc Bore x stroke 72 x 72 mm Starter Kick and Electric Ignition Electronic – Euro4 Gearbox 6 speed gearbox with foot control Clutch Multidisc in oil bath. Rekluse system. Magura clutch pump Carburettor Keihin PWK 38 mm Intake system Direct reed valve VForce 4 Exhaust muffler FMF PowerCore 2.1 – GASGAS Powered by FMF Bodywork Unbreakable plastic Handlebar Neken Variable diameter Frame Center frame in chrome-moly-steelframe Subframe Aluminum Swingarm Aluminium and Linkage system Front fork KYB ø48 mm, AOS system, closed cartridge Suspensión travel 300 mm Shock absorber KYB Suspension travel 131 mm Rim type Excel Aluminium spoke rim Rim – tyre Front: Excel 1.6 x21 – 90/90 – 21 M/C 54R Michelin Enduro Medium F TT Rim – tyre Rear: Excel 2.15 x 18 – 140/80 – 18 70R Michelin Enduro Medium R TT Front brake 260 mm NG disc, Nissin caliper Rear brake 220 mm NG disc, Nissin caliper Fuel 10 l Dry weight 105 kg Dimensions Length x width x height: 2.145 x 810 x 1.235 mm Wheelbase 1.480 mm Seat height 960 mm
  14. 1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS Engine: 2-stroke Single-cylinder, liquid-cooled Displacement: 299,3 cc Bore x stroke: 72,0 x 72,0 mm Starter: Kick (Electric optional) Ignition: Electronic Gearbox: 6 speed gearbox with foot control Clutch: Multidisc in oil bath Carburettor: Keihin PKWS 38 mm Intake system: Direct reed valve VForce 4 Exhaust muffler: FMF Bodywork: Unbreakable plastic Handlebar: GasGas Double Force Frame: Perimeter frame in chrome-molybdenum Subframe: Tubular aluminum alloy Swingarm: Aluminium, progressive system with tie rods Front fork: Marzocchi shiver inverted ø48 mm, closed cartridge Suspensión travel: 305 mm Adjustability: Spring preload, rebound and compression Shock absorber: Reiger Mono shock, Special settings Adjustability: Spring preload, rebound and compression high/low speed Suspension travel: 298 mm Rim type: Excel Aluminium spoke rim Rim – tyre: Front: 1.6 x 21 – Metzeler Six Days Extreme 90/90 – 21 Rim – tyre: Rear: 2.15 x 18 – Metzeler Six Days Extreme 140/80 – 18 Front brake: 260 mm Galfer wave disc, 2-piston Nissin caliper Rear brake: 220 mm Galfer wave disc, 1-piston Nissin caliper Fuel: 9,5 l (2-stroke-oil/fuel mixed 1:50) Claimed Dry weight: 106 kg / 109 kg (240 lbs) Dimensions: Length x width x height: 2.200 x 830 x 1.260 mm Wheelbase: 1.480 mm Seatheight: 950 mm
  15. 4 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): N/A Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 299.3 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): 90/90 R21 Rear Tire(s): 40/80 R18 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 58.1 / 1475 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 225 / 102.1 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 2.9 / 11 Seat Height (in / mm): 37.4 / 950 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Not Available Digital Instrumentation: Not Available Windshield: Not Available
  16. 0 comments

    Great bike
  17. 0 comments

    Braap
  18. 0 comments

    Heavy, expensive to repair....
  19. 2 reviews

    ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Engine Type: two-stroke Single Bore and Stroke: 72.5 x 72.5mm DRIVETRAIN SPECIFICATIONS Transmission: 6-speed CHASSIS SPECIFICATIONS Front Wheel Travel: 11.6 in Rear Wheel Travel: 12.2 in Front Brake: Disc Rear Brake: Disc
  20. Hey everyone I recently just traded my kx450f for a 2016 ktm 300 for trails, single track and the hare scramble. I'm just curious if the ktm 300 can be a decent race bike for mx? I know almost anything can be raced but is this a decent bike for racing? I wanna be able to do single track tight stuff and still take it out to the mx track is it possible? Should I look into a different exhaust for more high end? Change the teeth on my sprocket? What can I do to make it better? Or is it not worth trying? I would've gotten a 250sx but do a lot of trails as well. Thanks
  21. Hello all! I'm new to this forum, so I wanted to introduce myself and see I could be of any assistance. I'm a strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) with the NSCA and I run a website where we have free programs and some more comprehensive programs for sale. We also have articles on fitness, garage gym set up and equipment and a lot more! I'm not sure what the etiquette is here, so I won't post any links, but let me know if I can be of any assistance or help in any way! Although I haven't raced that much in the past few years, my primary discipline is Enduro racing. I ride a 2005 GasGas 300 XC. I'm looking forward to chatting with everyone.
  22. hi, i just bought a 2013 gas gas xc300 e with 20 hours on it. the owner before me pulled the electric start off and the headlight and taillight wiring. in the process of hooking the electric start and lights back up i have confused myself and am wondering if anyone has an easy to follow diagram or some good pictures of the wiring on their bike. im not very good at following wiring diagram and the one on the gas gas website in my opinion sucks. any help on this would be very much appreciated. thank you
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