This bike steers really, really good. It's one of the best steering bikes i've ridden.
Bottom end it has alot of power and it comes out of the corners perfect.
With 2 full seasons of riding, we never have to change one mechanical thing except for the clutch.
It feels slow compared to other bikes and taking people over on straightaways is not going to happen easily.
The subframe is a complete mess which kept on snapping in half.
Also the stock exhaust pipe fell apart.
The first clutch plate also broke all the time which means you have to replace your clutch plate after a few races.
The bike already has alot of power coming out of the crate. Once you dialed in the suspension it really feels comfortable. U can play around with your sprocket settings for different type of tracks to get the best setup.
It can be a handful when coming out of corners and shifting with the clutch is a must.Overall Review: This bike feels easy to handle and you can put it anywhere you want as it feels light and user friendly. I ride mostly sand tracks and use 25 hours on piston. The piston is not damaged at all but we like to change it before it will be damaged. The clutch was also changed after 100 hours. Overall it's a really fun bike to ride with.
Electric start, hydraulic clutch, excellent brakes, agile chassis.
Weak bottom-end power, rear fender/airbox takes hours to change!Overall Review: Fit and Finish This bike is AWESOME, it has an electric start, hydraulic clutch, Brembo brakes, and black Excel rims! The plastics don't interfere at all when I was riding and the seat actually seemed a tad soft, which to me is odd since most people I've heard complain about the firmness. The on-the-fly fork rebound and compression adjustments make it WAY easier to dial in the bike, instead of getting off your bike and finding a flat head on the track to adjust suspension clickers. Engine The KTM's engine was killer from 3/4 to full throttle, while the mid-range on with a nice buildup before the top-end kicked in hard. The bottom-end Read More »