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How much horsepower does a KTM 250 EXC have?

How much horsepower does a KTM 250 EXC have?

As with virtually every model year, the rear shock gets new shim settings and a revised compression adjuster. At 212 pounds and with 49.23 horsepower the 2020 KTM 250SX delivers the most non-four-stroke style of power imaginable.

How much does a KTM 250 EXC weight?

227.1 pounds
KTM 250 EXC Specs The KTM 250 EXC model is a Enduro / offroad bike manufactured by KTM . In this version sold from year 2011 , the dry weight is 103.0 kg (227.1 pounds) and it is equipped with a Single cylinder, two-stroke motor.

Is a KTM 250 EXC a 4 stroke?

All four-stroke engines are fitted with a gear sensor, giving the option of different engine characteristics for each gear. The KTM 250 EXC-F SIX DAYS features a robust 6-speed transmission made by PANKL Racing Systems.

How many gears does a KTM 250 EXC have?

KTM 250 EXC Engine and Transmission Technical Data
Gearbox 6-speed
Transmission type, final drive ratio Chain
Clutch type Wet mDouble disk clutch / hydraulically operated
Driveline 14:50 (13:50). Primary gear 26:72.

How much does a 2005 KTM EXC weigh?

Dry Weight (lbs./kg): 220.1 / 99.8 (EXC 200); 226.2 / 102.6 (EXC 250); 250.7 / 113.7 (EXC 250 Racing); 224.5 / 101.8 (EXC 300); 250.3 / 113.5 (EXC 400 Racing and EXC 450 Racing); 249.4 / 113.8 (EXC 525 Racing)

What kind of wheels does a KTM EXC use?

Like other KTM bikes, it uses a top-notch chromium-molybdenum frame: implemented for a combination of lightness and sturdiness. Each bike has an orange color scheme, complete with a decal kit; and digital instrumentation consists of a trip odometer and speedometer. The 2005 EXC rides on front 21-inch and rear 18-inch wheels and Pirelli tires.

What’s the difference between EXC 200 and EXC 250?

The two-stroke version goes on the EXC 200 and EXC 250, while the four-stroke version is found on the other models. Each EXC model is named after its engine displacement, which is represented (in cubic centimeters) by a rounded-up numerical approximation that conforms to KTM nomenclature.