Anyone have the scoop on the MC350!?

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6/12/2021 5:25 PM

I have one on order, was told potentially late July/for sure early August. I’m getting antsy, especially since I have seen ZERO on the bike so far

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6/12/2021 5:33 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/12/2021 5:33 PM

I was talking to someone about them down at the local shop but my dealer wants me on a Suzuki wink

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6/12/2021 5:40 PM

Spudnut wrote:

I was talking to someone about them down at the local shop but my dealer wants me on a Suzuki wink

Cool.

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6/14/2021 12:09 PM

Two dealers I talked to a few weeks ago said more like November. Also much much smaller numbers than the other two cousins, so if you want one you should put money on it now. Based on the price of their 450, I'd guess it will be around $9K, which is pretty awesome.

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6/14/2021 12:13 PM

Don’t want to hijack this thread but,
Does anyone know if a mc250 2 stroke will be released for 22?

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6/14/2021 12:26 PM

Permeance_Flux wrote:

Don’t want to hijack this thread but,
Does anyone know if a mc250 2 stroke will be released for 22?

Yes that will be available in 2022.

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6/14/2021 12:41 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/15/2021 3:15 PM

I'm hearing August thru September on the new 4T models

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6/15/2021 9:54 AM

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6/15/2021 10:15 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/15/2021 10:16 AM

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6/15/2021 3:13 PM

Pretty sure they are being sold already?

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6/15/2021 4:13 PM

Johnny Depp wrote:

Pretty sure they are being sold already?

No shipments for us normal folk have arrived yet. I’m happy to see the 9300 price tag! That’ll help my build budget smile

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6/15/2021 4:24 PM

Johnny Depp wrote:

Pretty sure they are being sold already?

Ryan625 wrote:

No shipments for us normal folk have arrived yet. I’m happy to see the 9300 price tag! That’ll help my build budget smile

That’s what the retail was for the mc450f last year. Already jacked it up 300 more lol.

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6/15/2021 4:31 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/15/2021 4:32 PM

There is an EX250 tpi too. I wonder if they will have an EC 250 and 150?

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6/15/2021 8:24 PM

wrc777 wrote:

There is an EX250 tpi too. I wonder if they will have an EC 250 and 150?

EC 250 yes. 150 no.

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6/16/2021 5:16 PM

Its a RED KTM350.... not sure why everyone thinks the Husky and GasGas are different lol. Pierer Mobility owns them all. From what I have heard only differences are possible very small things you wouldn't even notice!

https://www.pierermobility.com/en/

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6/16/2021 5:38 PM

OneTrack236 wrote:

Its a RED KTM350.... not sure why everyone thinks the Husky and GasGas are different lol. Pierer Mobility owns them all. From ...more

No way! whistling

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6/16/2021 6:13 PM

OneTrack236 wrote:

Its a RED KTM350.... not sure why everyone thinks the Husky and GasGas are different lol. Pierer Mobility owns them all. From ...more

You’ve been living under a rock bud.

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6/16/2021 9:17 PM

Yeah who would want a red ktm for $700 less?

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6/17/2021 1:55 PM

OneTrack236 wrote:

Its a RED KTM350.... not sure why everyone thinks the Husky and GasGas are different lol. Pierer Mobility owns them all. From ...more

Munson'd wrote:

You’ve been living under a rock bud.

LMAO whatever you say. Besides the cosmetic difference bikes are all KTM bases to start from.....Frame, motor, suspension etc

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6/17/2021 2:00 PM

Ha! Is it a 4-stroke too?

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6/17/2021 2:44 PM

OneTrack236 wrote:

Its a RED KTM350.... not sure why everyone thinks the Husky and GasGas are different lol. Pierer Mobility owns them all. From ...more

Munson'd wrote:

You’ve been living under a rock bud.

OneTrack236 wrote:

LMAO whatever you say. Besides the cosmetic difference bikes are all KTM bases to start from.....Frame, motor, suspension etc

The suspension valving is different across all 3 brands. Especially the gasgas. Try again on that one.

The clamps are also a big difference in terms of flex. The gas gas isn’t as rigid and is more comfortable to turn for the average rider.

The lack of a map switch is a big deal for someone who wants the ability to fine tune how their bike feels.

The husky has a composite subframe, which makes the bike feel completely different when turning as well. But also different from the gas gas.

The bikes aren’t the same. They all have the same platform, but small changes to certain things make the bikes unique from one another enough that they cater to specific types of riders.

In the past year I’ve owned a TC250, 450sxf, and an mc250f.

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