01. Engine & drivetrain
Audi 2.5 litre five-cylinder TFSI
The legendary five-cylinder engine from Audi is the modern, powerful heart of the KTM X-BOW GTX. In the KTM X-BOW GT2, this engine becomes a thoroughbred racing engine thanks to know-how from Lehmann Motorentechnik.
Electric gear shifter with sequential gearbox
Thanks to the electrical gear shifter from SaReNi, a technology service provider from the Reiter-Engineering environment, the KTM X-BOW GTX and KTM X-BOW GT2 offer LMP technology that not only protects the gearbox, but also saves weight.
The laser cut stainless steel exhaust was developed exclusively for the KTM X-BOW GTX and GT2, a catalytic converter and a silencer are optionally available on request.
120 litre tank
Thanks to its 120 litre capacity, the FT3 safety tank is prepared for all requirements. Equipped with a VLN (NLS) valve as standard, the tank can also be converted with a quick refueling option on the left, the right, or on both sides of the car.
MoTec motor control and data logger
The standard MoTec engine control includes a MoTec data logger and thus allows full data analysis in racing.
Power Distribution Unit
The KTM X-BOW GTX has an electronic fuse box from SaReNi. The fuses are no longer physically available, but programmed individually. This reduces the error rate and ultimately the probability of failure during racing, since short voltage peaks do not "drop" any physical fuse (and paralyze the car or a system). Rather, the electronic fuse "engages" itself again, and the car continues to drive without any problems. And that - individually adjustable - even several thousand times in a row.