200 Vs 250 vs 300 EXC/E, 250 EXC-F and 450 EXC-R — KTM 2-Stroke — ThumperTalk

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Posted 13 December — 01:23 AM

well as of i’ve spent a bit of time on all 09 modles.

the bench marks are an 08 RM 07 KTM 250 EXC-F and and 08 450 EXC-R, just the 250 4 … is quite an agressive engine, weak bottom end build’s very smoothly a screaming top end with plenty of deseptivly fast little very easy to move on with decent suspention, the 450 on the is a very versitle engine, of bottom end, but builds up a good very user mid range, with a strong, but pointless top end, good for powerslides but your better off shifting then revving it, a heavy feeling bike as war’s me out very quickly riding it, and the RM 250 is what you’d from a 250 2t mxer, snappy, responsive, an hit’s powerband hard if your not ready for it, but is strong on the bottom, not great in resistance without a FWW but if your on the clutch it can be quite good in ST.

so onto the KTM 2 strokes

the 200 was an alright bike, but to be honest it didnt all that much more then the 250 EXC-F, a little mumbo up top but the bottom end felt similar but with better resistance, the handling was supurb in stuff, very light, but the would deflect off of roots, and the felt quite heavy PV and ignition settings) i came the ride very optimistic but it really WOW me like i thoguht it

the 250 i must admit was almost new, only 30 miles on it i took it over (dealer bike), had the red PV spring in it, a pipe on it and some bark buster. but stock, the engine was interesting, the end is quite strong, very to lug through the tight stuff or off the pipe, but the midrange was …, hit a flat spot, at this there were two options, and get her revving into the massive top or click up again and lug it, either way it it very hard to flow on it, the mapping set to the less agressive helped but was still left a midrange hole, the suspention evan though not evan in was much plusher and easier to with then the 200’s had 40 hours one it when i rode i feel the yellow PV spring do this bike wonders, but as i it atm it’s a bit awkward.

and the 300, i absolutally love bike, the particular bike i belongs to a friend of my fathers, as i it had the yellow PV spring in, a hyde gaurd/bashplate, barkbusters and rad gaurds, the end is very powerful, it’s smooth. will lug down idle and pull away a hastle, but i love the deivery this point on, it just very liniar, the midrange had a bit of a hit i liked, but notihng like my RM 250 i also like), and built an awesome powerful top end, but less overrevv then the 250 and with nothing on my RM 250, the was very plush compared to i’m used to, i could over bumps and whoops and feel them or hit them and speed with the front and over them without a i imagien that the 250’s will build into very similar once broken in, i very much the suspention once the sag’s the 300 is without a doubt my pick of the

all out seat of the pants power i feel the 200 EXC is only slightly powerful then a 250 EXC-F, the 250 is a step above, but not out of this more powerful, a lot more end then the 200, but the 200 rev’s a banshee, the 300 would be next, my of all i’ve ridden, and really similar to my fathers 450 EXC-R, the 450 has a more snap just off but doesnt lug as lower as the 300, and the 300 get’s into the midrange little in it, and on top end the 450 dies off while the 300 pulling, and finelly as the benchmark my RM 250 is in bottom end to the 250 EXC, but it’s band like a ton of bricks and right up top to a massive over not very user friendly, but more all out umph then the 300 or 450 has to great on open tracks, and a fly wheel weight excellnt in track, but doesnt have the feel of the 300.

opinion of a 135 pound 17 year old off terain is a lot of single track, hills and some fire to conect trails, my next will be a KTM 300.

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