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KTM 250 SX 2019

Chassis

The chassis forms an integral part of the feeling a rider has with his bike. The new chassis on the KTM 250 SX is designed to provide accurate feedback between the track and the rider, while also reducing the harshness of typical motocross terrain. The new lightweight, high-tech steel frame is made from chrome-moly and features optimized flex characteristics that soak up those big hits while also delivering excellent agility and high-speed stability. For 2019, the engine has been raised in the frame by 1° around the swing arm pivot, improving the handling and the grip of the front wheel. The refinements on this new chassis ensure the KTM 250 SX remains one of the most thrilling rides out there.

Framework

Control at the core

Swingarm

Framework

Fork protector

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Fork protector

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Frame protection sticker set

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Wheels

Lightweight and strong

Wheels

Wheel rim sticker kit

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Front axle puller

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Factory rear wheel 2,15x18"

POWERPART

Suspension

The smoothest ride

Rear suspension

Brakes

Highly effective braking

Brakes

Flame brake disc

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Flame brake disc

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Flame brake disc

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Fuel tank

Shaped for mobility

Airbox

Maximum breathability

Airbox

Air filter dust protection

POWERPART
Air filter water protection

POWERPART
Air filter sand protection

POWERPART

CNC-parts

Footbrake cylinder extender
Footbrake cylinder extender

POWERPART
Footbrake lever step plate

POWERPART
Gear shift lever step plate

POWERPART

Chains / Sprockets

Chain

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Chain

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Z-ring chain

POWERPART

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