Posted by Andrew on November 2, 2010

Category: New bikes

KTM introduced its new 350 EXC-F Factory, a newly developed factory bike claims no less than to be the most sophisticated and best four stroke racing Enduro ever. By limiting itself to a 350 cc capacity, KTM intends to transfer the sensational success of the 350 SX-F in the Motocross World Championship to the Enduro segment. The basic tenet of combining the low weight of a 250 with the power of a 450 will give the 350 EXC-F the edge. Combining massive performance with awesome agility makes for efficient, energy-saving rideability, which is at least as important in Enduro competitions as it is in Motocross races.

First the World Championship, then serial production

First the World Championship, then serial production

Due to its sophisticated design with an electronic fuel injection and state-of-theart engine management, the 350 EXC-F Factory’s DOHC single has nearly the same output as a 450 cc power pack. At the same time though, it is as compact as a four stroke 250 and has the low weight and dynamic response of the smaller capacity. The bike fetures a newly designed bodywork and a completely new chassis. The manufacturer didn’t reelase the specifications yet.

2011 KTM EXC-F Factory Photos

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