2012 KTM 350 SXF Specs eHow

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KTM 350 SX-F

Motorcycle Basics

KTM first the all-new 350 SX-F to consumers in as a 2011 model, and incorporated improvements to the engine and chassis For 2012, the Austrian manufacturer the 350’s one-of-a-kind powerplant for power gains, modified the settings for a tighter, more feel and swapped out the Bridgestone for a pair of Dunlops.

KTM’s motorcycle shared many of its components with its heftier and traditional older brother, the 450 which competed in the same Of course, the 350 SX-F faced competition from the other but more powerful incumbents of the 450 cc class, such as the Yamaha Honda CRF450R and Kawasaki


A single-cylinder, four-… with dual overhead a liquid cooling system and a of Eaton oil pumps provided the 350 with a maximum of 37.9 at 9,600 rpm and 22.4 foot-pounds of at 8200 rpm. It had a 3.5-inch and a 2.3-inch … that 21.3 cubic inches or cc. While the 450 SX-F still a carburetor, KTM engineers incorporated fuel injection into the powerplant to cut weight.

For 2012, the engineers altered the mapping to provide a more mixture across the powerband, the ignition timing slightly and a new, less voluminous air As a result, the 2012 model about 1.65 horsepower than the previous year’s but the 350 SX-F still was far behind the of 450s. The 450 SX-F sported peak horsepower, and Honda’s had 42.3.

Drivetrain and Chassis

A five-speed linked by a chain and controlled by a multi-disc clutch routed from the 350 SX-F’s engine to its Dunlop tire. To hold together, KTM engineered a strong but steel-alloy frame that molybdenum and chromium. The Austrian used WP Suspension’s 4860 closed-cartridge fork, which 11.8 inches of front-end

A dual compression control which also was manufactured by WP the name 5018 BAVP, the rear end 13.0 inches of travel. The 350 SX-F pulled its power from the same Brembo braking system by the 450 SX-F, with a 10.2-inch disc and an 8.7-inch rear

Performance and Consumer Data

But buyers didn’t flock to the 350 in search of power. Rather, bought it for its prowess in the bumps and and maybe also for its price. a price tag that started at it cost less than the 450 SF-X and barely more both the $8,440 Honda and the $8,399 Kawasaki KX450F.

the National Automobile Dealers values used 2012 KTM 350 bikes at an average retail of $7,180.

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