Any news on 2019 ktm/husky 250/350?

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I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike. Hoping the new 350 will have some changes otherwise as long as the new kawi doesnt gain to much weight thats the route ill be going.
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You'll see pics over the next few months...
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dirtmike86 wrote:
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike...
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike. Hoping the new 350 will have some changes otherwise as long as the new kawi doesnt gain to much weight thats the route ill be going.
KTM/Husky 250F and 350 will get the same frame, swingarm and bodywork changes from the 450... (albeit their own frame) but I think engine changes will be a bit more minor than the 450.
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dirtmike86 wrote:
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike...
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike. Hoping the new 350 will have some changes otherwise as long as the new kawi doesnt gain to much weight thats the route ill be going.
ML512 wrote:
KTM/Husky 250F and 350 will get the same frame, swingarm and bodywork changes from the 450... (albeit their own frame) but I think engine changes will...
KTM/Husky 250F and 350 will get the same frame, swingarm and bodywork changes from the 450... (albeit their own frame) but I think engine changes will be a bit more minor than the 450.
Thats all i needed to know. Thank you.

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There’s a thread on here with photos of the 250s from MXGP but I can’t find it. Here’s a link to a thread about the 19...
There’s a thread on here with photos of the 250s from MXGP but I can’t find it.

Here’s a link to a thread about the 19 125
https://m.vitalmx.com/forums/Moto-Related,20/2019-KTM-125-150,1335562?p…
It could be a thread but I think it was in one of the MXGP pit bits report.
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dirtmike86 wrote:
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike...
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike. Hoping the new 350 will have some changes otherwise as long as the new kawi doesnt gain to much weight thats the route ill be going.
How many hours you have on that bike? Just curious. I have a 450 for moto and a 150 for hare scrambles and i feel like a 350 would be the perfect mix of the two.
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dirtmike86 wrote:
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike...
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike. Hoping the new 350 will have some changes otherwise as long as the new kawi doesnt gain to much weight thats the route ill be going.
MX915 wrote:
How many hours you have on that bike? Just curious. I have a 450 for moto and a 150 for hare scrambles and i feel like...
How many hours you have on that bike? Just curious. I have a 450 for moto and a 150 for hare scrambles and i feel like a 350 would be the perfect mix of the two.
90 hours mostly track. I rebuilt it at roughly 70 hours.
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dirtmike86 wrote:
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike...
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike. Hoping the new 350 will have some changes otherwise as long as the new kawi doesnt gain to much weight thats the route ill be going.
ML512 wrote:
KTM/Husky 250F and 350 will get the same frame, swingarm and bodywork changes from the 450... (albeit their own frame) but I think engine changes will...
KTM/Husky 250F and 350 will get the same frame, swingarm and bodywork changes from the 450... (albeit their own frame) but I think engine changes will be a bit more minor than the 450.
So ML you are saying the 250/350 will have a different frame than the 450s?
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ob wrote:
So ML you are saying the 250/350 will have a different frame than the 450s?
My understanding, is just like the 2016 platforms, the frames are the same geometry, just frame engine mounting differences to accommodate either the 250F, 350F, or 450F engines.
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I'm hoping they move the power down in the curve a little more on the 350
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dirtmike86 wrote:
90 hours mostly track. I rebuilt it at roughly 70 hours.
Thanks. How has it treated you otherwise?
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dirtmike86 wrote:
90 hours mostly track. I rebuilt it at roughly 70 hours.
MX915 wrote:
Thanks. How has it treated you otherwise?
I’m on a 17 350sx-f. Favorite bike I’ve owned. You do have to rev it a bit. I was able to make the suspension work for me just by using the clickers. Went up to a 52t in rear and an fmf 4.1 factory Ti slip on and it’s perfect.
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dirtmike86 wrote:
90 hours mostly track. I rebuilt it at roughly 70 hours.
MX915 wrote:
Thanks. How has it treated you otherwise?
I love it. Was a little weird at first but its super easy to ride. Only issues i had were constantly tightening spokes, 4cs forks are useless and the map switch broke which those issues were solved after 2016.
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Awesome. Sounds like a winner. I like the 450, but it becomes a handful to hang on to at the end of the day on the track. I wouldnt even try to hang onto it for 2 hours in the woods. The 150 is good, but i like the 450 better on the track. Plus going to one bike would cut down on the wrenching. But to be honest, both have treated me like yours, just normal routine stuff.
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dirtmike86 wrote:
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike...
I plan on buying a new bike in september and my 16 350sxf is getting tired. I really dont want to buy the same exact bike. Hoping the new 350 will have some changes otherwise as long as the new kawi doesnt gain to much weight thats the route ill be going.
ML512 wrote:
KTM/Husky 250F and 350 will get the same frame, swingarm and bodywork changes from the 450... (albeit their own frame) but I think engine changes will...
KTM/Husky 250F and 350 will get the same frame, swingarm and bodywork changes from the 450... (albeit their own frame) but I think engine changes will be a bit more minor than the 450.
ob wrote:
So ML you are saying the 250/350 will have a different frame than the 450s?
Same frame as the 18 factory edition, new frame from the current 250/350sxf

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