The next generation of world-winning enduromachines is Ready to Race. Following on from revolutionary model introductions in enduro in the last two years, KTM is proud to announce its refined and updated EXC model year 2019 line-up. KTM's continued strive for excellence has ensured the orange brand remains the enduro market-leader with the KTM EXC line-up.
Last years announcement of the world's first seriesproduction, fuel-injection 2-stroke offroad competition machines, the KTM 250 EXC TPI and KTM 300 EXC TPI takes the possibilities of enduro to new heights, whilst complimenting the high performing 4-stroke models within the range.
Improved WP fork settings and a reworked WP shock absorber with a re-designed main piston and settings, provide improved confidence-inspiring damping characteristics. A new seat cover,
stronger battery and new graphics with a READY TO RACE orange frame compliment high quality Brembo brakes, No-Dirt footpegs and NEKEN handlebar. CNC milled hubs with high-end
black Giant rims also come as standard on these championship winning machines.
The KTM 125 XC-W and KTM 150 XC-W 2-strokes, designed for closed-course use, receive a new cylinder with a machined exhaust port and a new power valve for high-end performance. An optimized kick-starter seat along with an ultra-compact, newly designed DS clutch and cover reduces overall engine width to previous models. In addition, a re-worked 6-speed transmission
offers better function and improved reliability.
“Model year 2019 sees some key adjustments across all models, along with more in-depth refinements for our KTM 125 XC-W and KTM 150 XC-W machines. As we step into a new era of enduro, we are looking forward to the latest KTM EXC models reaching the dealer floors”, commented KTM. For further details, call Norfolk's No1 KTM dealer on: 01603 722800.
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KTM is dominating the battle. In the championships around the world over the last 10 years the Austrian brand has been the consistent performer in the fight for competition supremacy. Tony
Cairoli's ninth FIM Motocross World Championship title last season, as well as the first for the star of the show, the KTM 450 SX-F, was a true highlight. Pauls Jonass' MX2 World Championship continued the orange brand's dominance in the class with nine victories in 10 seasons for the KTM 250 SX-F, while the 2017 AMA 450 Supercross title was won in the hands of Ryan Dungey prior to his retirement. KTM has also enjoyed race wins in both the 250 SX and 450 SX classes this season.
Chassis: For model year 2019 all adult models receive a generation changing update with KTM engineers targeting a further weight reduction that once again sets a clear benchmark in each class. In fact, in the higher capacity 450cc segment the KTM 450 SX-F is a lot lighter than its rivals. All SX models feature a re-worked frame for improved stiffness, handling and straight-line stability, a longer subframe, a revised rear axle slot and all-new bodywork for enhanced ergonomics with more freedom of movement. A new air filter box offers improved protection of the air filter and better air flow for both the 2-strokes and 4-strokes that contributes to a more efficient power delivery and improved performance. New radiators offer efficient cooling with improved positioning for mass centralization, while a stronger lithium ion battery for the E-starter is harmonious with the reworked wiring harness for a compact electrical system. An updated triple clamp for improved handling compliments new suspension settings, while a newly developed, dual purpose, plug-in stand is yet another feature of the new range. All models continue to enjoy impressive serial components such as Brembo brakes, WP suspension, NEKEN handlebar, Dunlop tires, plus a map select switch with integrated traction control, launch control and map selection on the 4-stroke machines. This is no refinement model year, it's an evolution; around 60% of each bike's components are new.
Engine: All models in the KTM SX range have received major engine revisions over previous models. The KTM 250 SX-F and KTM 350 SX-F models enjoy a newly designed DS clutch, while all 4-strokes boast revised transmissions and a state-of-the-art Keihin engine management system with a reworked throttle body and improved electronics package. The KTM 125 SX, KTM 150 SX and KTM 250 SX all offer revised carburetor settings, with a new transmission and new clutch in each amongst other improvements. In addition to engine refinements on all models, the highlight KTM 450 SX-F model enjoys a newly developed SOHC cylinder head for reduced weight and improved mass centralization, a new camshaft with a shorter valve timing and improved surface along with a low-friction chain guide with a DLC coating.
For details, call Norfolk's No1 KTM dealer on: 01603 722800.