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2020 KTM 300 and 250 XC TPI, New Models! | The Good, The Bad, and the UGLY

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The 2020 KTM 300XC TPI’s unrivaled torque, light weight and rock-solid handling make it an unstoppable machine for extreme cross-country terrain. The 300XC TPI, now proudly adding TPI to its name, further demonstrates KTM’s unrelenting commitment to 2-stroke advancement. The benefits are clear: besides huge improvements in fuel efficiency and exhaust emissions, the system also removes the need for pre-mixing fuel and re-jetting, meaning that with less effort, the engine always runs smoothly and crisply. The KTM 300XC TPI is the most Ready to Race offroad two-stroke 300 ever created.
New TPI (Transfer Port Injection) fuel injection system featuring industry-leading technology offers unparallel performance and simple operation: no premixing or jetting required.

New ambient air pressure sensor for improved altitude compensation.

293.2cc engine is the pinnacle of two-stroke performance with lightweight construction and features New CNC exhaust port and port timing.

New exhaust system provides improved performance with reduced weight and a more durable construction thanks to the innovative corrugated surface on the expansion chamber.

New WP XACT front fork setting for improved damping, and New fork piston for improved performance. Features proven, sophisticated air spring design with separate damping functions.

New WP XACT rear shock setting and New compression adjuster for improved tuning.

Lightweight chromoly steel frame with optimized stiffness provides a great blend of comfort and stability.

Single-piece cast aluminum swingarm features a long rear axle slot for increased adjustability, offering better straight-line stability.

Bodywork features a slim design for optimal comfort, control and freedom of movement.

Air box and air boot designed to provide maximum protection of the air filter against soiling and better airflow for optimal performance. Air filter can be accessed without tools for quick servicing.

Hydraulic Brembo clutch system offers light operation and highly controllable modulation of the clutch.

Brembo brakes have always been standard equipment on KTM offroad bikes and are combined with lightweight Wave discs.

Handlebar clamps feature a separated lower clamp and bridge-type upper clamp for more torsional stiffness.

“No Dirt” foot peg design keeps the peg pivot from becoming clogged, ensuring the foot peg is always in the correct position.

Lightweight Galfer Wave rotors, CNC machined hubs, high-end Giant rims and Dunlop AT81 tires.

“No Dirt” shift lever prevents dirt from fouling the lever joint to ensure proper shifting in any condition.

Offroad specific additions such as hand guards, a side stand, oversized tank and an 18” rear wheel ensure the 2020 KTM XC TPI machines are Ready to Race.

Cylinder with twin-valve controlled power valve for smooth power that can be adjusted within seconds for different track conditions.

Lateral counter balancer reduces engine vibrations for less rider fatigue at the end of the moto.

Hydraulically operated DDS clutch features a da

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