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2018 KTM 350 XCF

woodsguy

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I think I'm going back to 2 stroke, about 2 months old. 20 hours +/-. I've added a skid plate, my weight rear spring, and 52 tooth rear sprocket. Have stock parts. Over 65 rider, never raced or jumped, lol.

8000.
 

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woodsguy

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You can't be as bad, if you are you're broke too. There's no profit in this, lol!!!! Almost 10g out the door 2 months ago.
 

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I thought this might happen, but not this fast . I'm not ready yet:doh:

I'm the opposite. Love my 450 four stroke. The Yamaha 250x has a great suspension but the explosive 2 stroke doesn't mix well with the way I ride tight and technical stuff n Austin.

Now that the 350 has lost so much weight, I'm thinking I can sell the 450 and 250.

Having fuel injection is also a bonus.

Why are you going back to 2 stroke sir?

GLWS
 
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I thought this might happen, but not this fast . I'm not ready yet:doh:

I'm the opposite. Love my 450 four stroke. The Yamaha 250x has a great suspension but the explosive 2 stroke doesn't mix well with the way I ride tight and technical stuff n Austin.

Now that the 350 has lost so much weight, I'm thinking I can sell the 450 and 250.

Having fuel injection is also a bonus.

Why are you going back to 2 stroke sir?

GLWS

I bought a 300 XCW TPI this year after owning several four strokes over the last 10 years. Very smooth, docile power off the bottom but it does have a bigger hit than the four strokes once into the midrange. After riding it and my 2018 FE450 for over a week in Colorado, I came home and sold my 450. There's a reason all of the pros choose the two strokes in the technical enduros. This bike has made the difficult single track much easier for me. The four strokes are much better on an MX track and the faster more flowing trails. They are also better for any pavement riding. If you're in the extremely difficult single track, the two strokes have an advantage, in my opinion.
 
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If you look at the eBay ad it looks to me that there are 70 bids that drove it up to $7900.

Might be a good way to go.
 
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