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Are KTM parts hard to find?

Are KTM parts hard to find?

Parts are very easy to find, they are easy to work on, and are one of the most reliable bikes out there. I recently purchased a 2013 KTM 250SX-F and precious to that, I owned Yamaha’s for 8 years. Prior to that, I had a 2004 KTM 125SX. The 125SX was probably the worst bike I’ve ever owned.

What is PowerParts?

Designed to save weight, increase engine performance, and improve aerodynamics and comfort, there is a KTM PowerParts option for every application, from heading off the beaten track to transforming your KTM motorcycle into the ultimate, flat-out track weapon.

How do I know what KTM engine I have?

Look at the sides of the engine just below the carburetor and the metal label will be in clear view. The label will give the size of the vehicle (e.g. “249cc”) followed by six to ten numbers, the Vehicle Identification Number.

How do you read a KTM engine number?

On the KTM motors, write down the number stamped on the ignition side of the center case (right under the cylinder fins). The frame serial numbers contain a date code that identifies what month and year the bike was built. These number are stamped on or around by the steering head.

Why are 2 strokes so expensive?

Answer: Two-strokes left the market because they could not meet steadily-tightening EPA standards for vehicle exhaust emissions. The very feature that makes two-strokes attractive—the simplicity of having only three moving parts (crankshaft, con-rod, and piston—was also their undoing.

Is KTM Powerparts available in India?

KTM has listed Powerparts for the 390 Adventure on its global website. Most of these Powerparts are expected to be sold in India along with the 390 Adventure.

How do I know what size dirt bike engine I have?

The dirt bike engine number is an 11 digit identifier usually located on the right side of the engine case near the kickstarter (or where the kickstarter used to be if the bike has e-start).

How do you read an engine number?

Find it in the lower corner of your windshield on the driver’s side. Your VIN number is your vehicle identification number and you can find your engine size by VIN number. In the series of numbers and letters, the tenth from the left denotes the model year and the eighth is the engine codes.

What’s better a 2-stroke or 4 stroke?

Because 2-stroke engines are designed to run at a higher RPM, they also tend to wear out faster; a 4-stroke engine is generally more durable. That being said, 2-stroke engines are more powerful. Two-stroke engines require pre-mixing of oil and fuel, while the 4-strokes do not.

What are the Powerparts of a KTM motorcycle?

Each and every KTM PowerParts item has been designed and specifically developed to bring out the very best from your KTM motorcycle. KTM PowerParts combines strenuous in-house R&D and collaborations with the leading aftermarket performance brands to bring you the ultimate catalogue of personalization and performance parts.

When do KTM parts come out in stock?

In stock orders recieved by 2pm usually ship the same day. After 2pm orders may not ship until the next business day. The KTM World staff is very experienced and knows KTM’s inside and out. We can answer your KTM parts, service, and sales questions!

Is there a freight policy for KTM parts?

Freight policy applies to shippable orders, lower 48 states. Oversize (or heavy) boxes may not qualify. We will notify you prior to shipping if there is an oversize freight charge. See Free Shipping page for full details.

Where can I get suspension shocks for my KTM?

Our Service Dept specializes in KTM/WP suspension revalving with forks and shocks shipped in from all over the country and beyond.

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