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2009 SX 50 Junior

2009 KTM SX 50

KTM is not a company that plays the leader. Instead of piggybacking on company’s popular designs, KTM has a for going its own way and building bikes stand out from the crowd. The KTM SX is a great example of this

While most companies abandoned two-… motorcycles in of four-strokes, KTM instead decided to a powerful two-… dirt that is capable of competing other companies’ four-… both on the dirt track and in the When the American Motorcycle (AMA) decided to let two-strokes in their four-stoke amateur KTM was quick to design and release the When the AMA expanded the 250cc class to include two-strokes, KTM was again on the cutting edge of a 250cc two-…, capable of against the four-strokes.

Instead of just following the towards four-… motocross with the SX, KTM has delivered a high-performance that embodies modern The Austrian company offers versions of the SX: a 150cc version, a version, and a 450cc version. engines represent the pinnacle of engine performance, being cooled and featuring a TVC power

The 2009 KTM SX150cc generates 40 horsepower, which is a respectable of power for a motocross bike, it is so light in weight. The 250cc SX 49 horsepower at peak, and the largest SX reaches 53 horsepower. These are competitive with the four-… that the SX competes against.

The power band on the KTM SX bikes is with a focus on mid- and rpm power, which makes suitable for motocross events, more casual riders can enjoy this performance on dirt bike rides. The new for Keihin PWK 38 carburetor efficiently fuel to the engine and is more than the previous year’s

An excellent power-to-weight ratio is by KTM’s clever chassis A central double cradle frame forms the basis of a chassis, with lightweight aluminum handlebars that a comfortable riding position. design allows the SX models to the most of the horsepower and torque is available.

Handling on a competitive motocross is extremely important, and it’s that KTM engineers recognize fact. The 150cc SX has an excellent ratio that is perfectly for KTM’s single shock, no suspension system. With ergonomics designed to enhance the control over the bike, the light weight, and a rear travel of 11.8 inches in the SX models can handle the most motocross track with

Combined with the excellent response of the two-… engine, the SX is of nimbly changing directions and is only by the skill of the rider. the SX offers excellent maneuverability many four-… bikes match.

When it comes time to down and stop, KTM has that as well. Using a 260mm in front, with a 210mm in rear, the SX has excellent stopping The 250SX uses top-end brakes that have a for reliability.

KTM 50 SX Junior

The SX is certainly not a bike the rider ever has to worry the brakes failing.

The 2009 KTM SX in KTM’s iconic black and color combination. Perhaps interesting is that KTM uses graphics. With this implementation, after a simple the bike will look as as it did when it was brand new.

Whether you are looking for a motocross that is different from friend’s bikes, or you value the of the heyday of two-strokes, the KTM SX offers a ride.

New For 2009

On the 150SX, new and a redesigned exhaust port engine updates, which includes two new ignition curves are designed to adjust to individual behavior and performance.

A new Keihin PWK 38 carburetor now supplies to the engine.

New WP forks for the suspension and a new braking system highlight the on the SX250 for 2009.

KTM 50 SX Junior
KTM 50 SX Junior
KTM 50 SX Junior


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