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  1. lotus54

    Beta Xtrainer 300 (2018)

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    I don't have that many hours yet, and still not as varied conditions to be a very good review. But so far- it is working quite well on the 'gnarly' stuff and some quicker transfer sections. Great controllable power, suspension works excellent for the slow (so called 'technical') routes and still has been good when going much quicker. I don't expect racing type speeds or reactions- I am purposefully trying to slow things down and not get hurt (so I can keep riding). Control and precision are my goals (plus loads of fun of course).
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    Bulldozer.
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    :)
  4. kkim

    Beta Xtrainer 300 (2015)

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    Awesome bike. A bit larger and heavier than I anticipated, but working on those issues.
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    My wifes bike.. Such a fun bike to ride..
  6. 17 reviews

    The 2016 Beta 300 Xtrainer is designed for having fun while you ride, it comes with Electronic Oil Injection that eliminates the need to pre-mix the fuel. It also has powerful a 300cc engine, a low 35.8 inch seat height that sits on a 15% smaller chassis than the RR models and has a plastic skid plate SPECIFICATIONS Year: 2016 Manufacturer: Beta Model: 300 CrossTrainer Engine Type: Single cylinder, two-stroke Engine Displacement: 293.1cc Bore Stroke: 72 mm x 72 mm Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Compression Ratio: 11.3:1 Fuel System: Keihin PWK 36mm Ignition: AC-CDI Kokusan Starting System: Electric Transmission: Six-speed Final Drive: O-ring chain Rake Trail: Seat Height: 35.8 in. Wheelbase: 57.8 in. Front Suspension: 43 mm Inverted with rebound, & spring preload adjustment Rear Suspension: Steel body shock with adjustable rebound and compression Front Brake: 260 mm floating rotor Rear Brake: 240 mm rotor Front Tire: Soft Enduro Competition Rear Tire: Soft Enduro Competition Fuel Capacity: 2.25 gal. Dry Weight: 218 lbs.
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    nice bike
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    love the bike , got sump guard to fit and JD jet kit on its way to, also upgraded the springs for my weight ,, also got a 2016 crf250x
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    Fun trail bike for extreme technical riding.
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    Brand new, haven't ridden it yet - Too snowy here! Will update after first ride, some time in March!
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    So far, so good! Not many hours yet but it seems like a real winner.
  12. The new (oil injected) X-Trainer 300 has been revealed in Milan yesterday. http://www.enduro360.com/2014/11/02/featured/beta-x-trainer-300/ I'm leaving for Milan today (work stuffs) but i wil be at EICMA saturday to take a look. If you have specific questions, i can ask...
  13. So, while I'm waiting for heavier springs for my weight of 190lbs, I made a couple temporary changes in the shock and fork....with good results. The shock; I moved the threaded preload adj down 1 position so I could add more preload....adj to almost 0 free sag....not ideal but as a temp fix it worked pretty good. I also added (3) 34.15 face shims to the comp side and (2) to the rebound side. Note: when adjusting the shock clickers, adjust rebound first then add compression as needed...they share the same bleed circuit and rebound affects compression. Fork; I added a 1.5" spacer below the single spring, switched to 10w oil, increase volume to 550cc. It's only necessary to add higher quality oil to the left leg, because the right leg is spring only any cheap oil will do. Once I get the heavier springs I plan to test 15 and 20w to see if there's an improvement. Lastly, I really like the bars in the most forward position. Just 2 rides and I'm riding as fast as I was on my previous bike but with fewer mistakes. Hope this helps.
  14. I assume the oil injection system is controlled by the tps sensor for the amount of oil that is supplied to the engine?
  15. If we all have one place to look, we can find the info faster.
  16. Dealer is looking at a March 1 ship date, not confirmed by Beta...yet? Who will get the first one? Since there's a dock strike, I think Hawaii has a good shot for the U.S. customers. Anyone one hear anything Down Under? What's the status in Europe?
  17. I just picked up a '16 XT, and am shopping for all the guards and accessories. I bought a Rekluse clutch, and will be installing that soon. Other than that, planning on Cycra hand guards. I know I need a skid plate, and radiator guards. I ride mostly tight single track, and want to get tough protection to save my bike from bashes and drops in the rocks - what have you guys put on your bikes?
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    Good light enduro bike
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    Great bike after extensive suspension work.
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    Just bought it. No ride report yet.
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    It's like cheating.
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    Motor and weight 5 stars. Suspension and stability 1 star.
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    Bike feels absolutely natural as soon as I mounted it. I am 6 feet tall and was worried about the height...I sit perfect on it. Clutch is like butter, it's the first new bike I have not stalled in first gear! I have not rode it much yet but it just rides like a dream!
  24. I am searching for the perfect bike, if it exists, and I am very curious and interested in the X Trainer. I'm 52, 5'7" on a good day, and a decent level C rider. I ride agressive trails and routinely compete in local hare scramble series. My current ride is a KTM 250XC that has been de tuned and lowered. It is still a handful and tiring to race. I am looking for a bike that is capable, easier to ride, and not so tiring. I have been courting with the idea of buying a Freeride when they become available later this year, but now the X Trainer is in the mix and I was looking for some comparisons. The Freeride is more expensive, less available, and has several noted issues. However, I think they are capable and have been raced in several venues including the romanics and last dog standing, which is very impressive. From researching the two bikes, I think the X Trainer is less expensive, slightly more powerful, a little heavier and taller and longer. From what I've read on this forum, the suspension needs attention but that is usually the case with most bikes to suit individual needs. With that being said, anyone have any real world comparisons between the two? I realize the XT is hyped as a beginner bike, but a 300cc 2T should be able to be tuned up to be a very capable woods weapon.
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