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KTM 250 EXC TPI 2019

Engine & Exhaust

The KTM 250cc engine is known to be the most powerful and most competitive 2-stroke engine in its class. And things get even better when you consider the TPI (transfer port injection) fuel injection system. The patented EFI system with two injectors mounted on the transfer ports of the cylinder makes the engine much smoother to ride and reduces the fuel consumption drastically, a global game changer in terms of technology. On that, the KTM 250cc powerhouse features a shaft arrangement that improves its mass centralization, a well-protected E-starter, a balancer shaft for low engine vibrations, a 6-speed Enduro transmission and a hydraulically operated DDS clutch. This is a 2-stroke symphony you would pay to hear over and over again. When keeping it pinned on the pipe, it still delivers ultra-smooth and reliable power when you need it.

Engine

Cylinder

Crankcases and engine covers

Transmission

Engine

693.27 EUR

Rekluse EXP 3.0 centrifugal force clutch kit

POWERPART

395.73 EUR

HINSON-Inner clutch hub

POWERPART

266.81 EUR

HINSON clutch pressure plate

POWERPART

Cooling

Always optimal

Cooling

137.88 EUR

Radiator fan

POWERPART

227.18 EUR

Radiator fan

POWERPART

49.55 EUR

Radiator protection

POWERPART

Exhaust

Shaped for performance

Exhaust

494.95 EUR

FMF Titan Powercore 2.1 silencer

POWERPART

296.57 EUR

FMF Factory Fatty expansion chamber

POWERPART

296.57 EUR

FMF Fatty expansion chamber

POWERPART

CNC-parts

19.78 EUR

Oil plug

POWERPART

38.72 EUR

Factory control cover

POWERPART

187.49 EUR

Outer clutch cover

POWERPART

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