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The smallest model of the KTM 4-stroke range has a surprisingly big bite for its size. With its super compact, powerful engine, minimal weight and fantastic handling, its a great choice for motivated amateurs and ambitious pros alike. Thanks to its advanced fuel injection system, this powerplant offers class-leading performance, plenty of torque, great throttle response and controlled power delivery. The new 250 EXC-F has a new frame that contributes to making it even easier to ride, inspiring complete rider confidence and riding progression.
KTM continues its evolution of the sport of enduro with a new range of world-beating 4-stroke engines. The race-winning performance of KTM’s pros has filtered through to these powerful new motors, proving they’re capable of taking you to the front straight out of the crate. The reworked engines are the most competitve, compact and light engines on the market, setting the benchmark in Enduro-specific performance, rideabilty and reliability. This means they are capable of winning in each engine class, from amateur level to the fastest professionals.
Compact dimensions with class-leading power output, the KTM 250 EXC-F’s fuel-injected DOHC engine is the most powerful and refined 250 cc on the market, thanks to newly developed camshafts, exhaust system and updated electronic fuel injection. Its efficeint power delivery is available throughout the entire rev range and with a reduced weight of only 27.9 kg, this engine is the lightest and most competitive powerplant out there. With Euro IV homologation, it’s not only considerately green, but leaves the competition green with envy too.
The state-of-the-art KEIHIN engine management system, with electronic fuel injection, features a new 42 mm throttle body, which provides a spontaneous response and maximum performance thanks to its unique injector position. The ECU features new maps adapted to the new exhaust, airbox and engine configuration and it regulates the unique traction control which can be activated by an optional map select switch. In addition, the ECU provides different maps for optimal power characteristics for each gear according to the information received by the gear sensor.
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