2022 Husqvarna line up

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4/28/2021 7:35 AM

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4/28/2021 8:02 AM

Sure am glad KTM bought the Husqvarna brand. I remember them saying, that in the future, they would be making models that were more Husqvarna than just re-branded KTM's. Still waiting.

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4/28/2021 8:11 AM

That thing is fugly, glad I have an 18

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4/28/2021 8:28 AM

Spudnut wrote:

That thing is fugly, glad I have an 18

16-18 were by far the best looking Husky's

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4/28/2021 8:41 AM

Are those wheels black or gunmetal? It may be the photos, but they look like dark gray. That's a killer look, if so!

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4/28/2021 8:44 AM

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kind of wish they would go back to the Yellow and Blue of the early 00s.
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4/28/2021 8:44 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/28/2021 9:12 AM

I have a 2020 FC350 and a 2021 TC125. The Husky's are different than the KTM's. The carbon subframe and bodywork make the Husky feel a little smaller and then the shorter suspension on the 2021-2022 makes them even smaller yet. If you ride a KTM back to back with the equivalent model Husky, the size difference is very apparent. Then there's also the different suspension settings too.


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Powerband in every gear !

4/28/2021 9:05 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/28/2021 9:06 AM

OtotheB178 wrote: Photo
kind of wish they would go back to the Yellow and Blue of the early 00s.

I tried to go a similar route with my refresh on my 19. Did 21s have a brembo clutch?Photo

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4/28/2021 9:10 AM

21's have a Magura clutch and the brakes are Brembo calipers with Magura master cylinders. I personally don't see much benefit to the 2022 switch to all Brembo as the 2021 stuff works just fine.

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Powerband in every gear !

4/28/2021 9:11 AM

So really no changes to the TE or TX 300 then.

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4/28/2021 9:27 AM

FGR01 wrote:

I have a 2020 FC350 and a 2021 TC125. The Husky's are different than the KTM's. The carbon subframe and bodywork make the ...more

Can you notice a handling differentere between Husky and KTM due to the shorter Suspension and different Linkage ?
I‘ve read a MXA Test about the 2021 TC 250 and now the Husky became interresting for me with the lower Chassis

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4/28/2021 9:30 AM

nathan4765 wrote:

I tried to go a similar route with my refresh on my 19. Did 21s have a brembo clutch?Photo

I looked at the bike two times before i notice it’s a new Style Husky 😂
Good looking Bike 👍👍

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4/28/2021 12:25 PM

stillwelding wrote:

Sure am glad KTM bought the Husqvarna brand. I remember them saying, that in the future, they would be making models that were ...more

You mean go back to the inferior shit they used to make?

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4/28/2021 1:27 PM

FGR01 wrote:

I have a 2020 FC350 and a 2021 TC125. The Husky's are different than the KTM's. The carbon subframe and bodywork make the ...more

KTM Two Stroke wrote:

Can you notice a handling differentere between Husky and KTM due to the shorter Suspension and different Linkage ?
I‘ve read a ...more

Yes, you can notice improved cornering on the lowered bikes. They corner very well. Also, I really like the suspension on my 2021 TC125. I would say it is damn near as good as the "magical" KYB SSS stuff on the YZ125 I had before. As I understand it, the 2 stroke TC's have different settings/valving than the 4-stroke FC's. I haven't ridden a 2021 TC250 but I bet the suspension and handling are very good on it.

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Powerband in every gear !

4/28/2021 2:34 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/28/2021 2:36 PM

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...bring on the 23 already...
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4/28/2021 5:12 PM

FGR01 wrote:

I have a 2020 FC350 and a 2021 TC125. The Husky's are different than the KTM's. The carbon subframe and bodywork make the ...more

KTM Two Stroke wrote:

Can you notice a handling differentere between Husky and KTM due to the shorter Suspension and different Linkage ?
I‘ve read a ...more

FGR01 wrote:

Yes, you can notice improved cornering on the lowered bikes. They corner very well. Also, I really like the suspension on my ...more

Do we know if they kept the lowered suspension for 2022?

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4/28/2021 5:35 PM

wrc777 wrote:

Do we know if they kept the lowered suspension for 2022?

According to Keefer's posts on IG they have kept the lowered suspension for 2022.

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Powerband in every gear !

4/28/2021 5:55 PM

stillwelding wrote:

Sure am glad KTM bought the Husqvarna brand. I remember them saying, that in the future, they would be making models that were ...more

Yea, I cant see why they dont completely re-invent the wheel. The current white bikes are light years away from being competitive, so they might as well start over. SMH

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4/28/2021 7:04 PM

Can’t wait to see the huge price jump from the 2021’s.

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4/28/2021 11:48 PM

Spudnut wrote:

That thing is fugly, glad I have an 18

I've got the current generation and have to agree. The 17-18 was a fiiine looking bike 👌

For 2022 is it just a Brembo clutch and graphics or am I missing some other changes? Presumably minot tweaks to the suspension but I mean real changes.

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4/28/2021 11:51 PM

Spudnut wrote:

That thing is fugly, glad I have an 18

Richy wrote:

I've got the current generation and have to agree. The 17-18 was a fiiine looking bike

For 2022 is it just a Brembo clutch ...more

That is about it. Which was expected, next years bike (or the 2022 Factory/Rockstar edition) will be an all new generation.

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4/29/2021 7:33 AM

Thanks man, I didn't see anything else obvious, but I figured that didn't mean there wasn't something else tucked away in there.

I was aware of the extra year before a 'real' update though, guessing that's the electric powered stuff getting the lions share of R&D money?

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4/29/2021 8:06 AM

stillwelding wrote:

Sure am glad KTM bought the Husqvarna brand. I remember them saying, that in the future, they would be making models that were ...more

Madmax31 wrote:

You mean go back to the inferior shit they used to make?

You watch your mouth mister :-)

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KTM/Pierer saved the brand and I am eternally grateful, love my TC250

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4/29/2021 9:21 AM

Richy wrote:

Thanks man, I didn't see anything else obvious, but I figured that didn't mean there wasn't something else tucked away in ...more

The last significant chassis update was 2019 so this is on a typical 4 year cycle like the Japanese. Last year they made significant changes to the aer fork.

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4/29/2021 10:05 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/29/2021 10:13 AM

nathan4765 wrote:

I tried to go a similar route with my refresh on my 19. Did 21s have a brembo clutch?Photo

What brand tank is that? Clarke tend to go for big tops, but I've never seen one that cantilevers back over the seat like that .

Is it a full, one piece tank, or, is that 'box' a separate thing, held on at the original tank cap area?

The 'box' on top ranks right up there with the add on they welded to Dave Thorpes' SR500 Kawasaki back, in1990 - except that was an emergency one, to get him through a 40 +2 Moto in the sand at the Dutch GP, and that one pictured (I assume) is one on the market.

If I recall correctly, Thorpe didn't do / finish the 2nd Moto because he almost knackered himself. Wish I could find a picture of it - it was nasty.

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4/29/2021 10:15 AM

Oh, I found a picture of it :

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On second thoughts, that Husky tank is a tiny little 'baby bump' compared to that thing. w00t

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4/29/2021 11:07 AM

Bearuno wrote:

Oh, I found a picture of it :

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On second thoughts, that Husky tank is a tiny little 'baby bump' compared to that thing. w00t

Acerbis 3.0 gal tank. I was hesitant to get it but have yet to have any close calls with it sticking up. I should have just gone with the fx model tank...next time.

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2020 TC250
2019 FC350
2001 KX500
2008 KLX140
2006 KLX110
2003 XR100
2010 KTM 690 SMC

4/29/2021 11:32 AM

FGR01 wrote:

Yes, you can notice improved cornering on the lowered bikes. They corner very well. Also, I really like the suspension on my ...more

wrc777 wrote:

Do we know if they kept the lowered suspension for 2022?

FGR01 wrote:

According to Keefer's posts on IG they have kept the lowered suspension for 2022.

According to Keefer's updated post!

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4/29/2021 12:50 PM

Richy wrote:

Thanks man, I didn't see anything else obvious, but I figured that didn't mean there wasn't something else tucked away in ...more

wrc777 wrote:

The last significant chassis update was 2019 so this is on a typical 4 year cycle like the Japanese. Last year they made ...more

Not typical for KTM / Husky though, but I appreciate what you're saying. Nice that the 19> bikes get another year of looking current at least.

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4/29/2021 1:13 PM

When do the Austrian FE's usually get released? I am excited to see what they end up doing.

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