2021 KTM 350 EXC-F
The success of the KTM 350 EXC-F has certainly made waves in the industry. Gaining instant recognition on its arrival in 2012, it has become a class-leading dual-sport model due to its 250-like agility and 450-like power. Ever since then, the 350 EXC-F has gained significantly in performance and torque, as well as handling and agility. This model delivers power even closer to a 450, while getting ever closer to the agility of a 250 - so, the basic idea of this bike is easy to see, and has been a recipe for success right from the start.
KTM refuses to knock down a gear in its mission to make the EXC-F models the most competitive 4-stroke machines on the market today. Low weight, unbeatable torque, efficient engine management, sensitive delivery, and even more reliability have been KTM development priorities over recent years. Developed for riders of any skill range, the 2021 KTM EXC-F models are race-winning machines across all offroad racing disciplines.
Compact dimensions with class-leading power output, KTM’s fuel-injected 4-stroke engines are the most refined and powerful on the market. They feature enduro-specific exhaust systems, latest-technology electronic fuel-injection, and several internal components that all help deliver efficient power throughout the rev range. These Euro IV homologated engines are the lightest and most competitive yet, with an unrivaled power-to-weight ratio.
The Transfer Port Injection (TPI) system features two fuel injectors which spray the optimal amount of fuel down into the rear transfer ports. This downstream injection guarantees excellent atomization of the fuel
with the upstreaming air, resulting in highly efficient combustion and significantly reduced losses of unburned fuel. An additional ambient pressure sensor guarantees even faster adaption of the system to different
altitudes, while two selectable engine maps allow riders to get the most out of their machines.
READY FOR MORE EXTREME ACTION
The 2021 EXC models feature several significant highlights that raise the bar of enduro performance to extreme levels. The entire range combines class-leading performance with precise handling and easy maneuverability. The impressive dynamic of the 2021 KTM EXC models is how well all the features work together to create race-winning machines of the highest caliber
New, high-quality inlay graphics add some fierce style to the sharp bodywork of the new EXC range, with contrasting grey and black decals complementing the striking KTM orange.
The latest spec frames feature ideal longitudinal and torsional stiffness, providing optimal feedback to the rider, agile handling, and exceptional stability.
Providing optimal suspension characteristics, the WP XPLOR front fork has received minor updates for 2021. Offering race-proven performance in the most extreme enduro conditions, it now comes with an additional preload adjuster that allows for easy setting changes for varying track or trail conditions.
PERFECT BALANCE OF POWER AND HANDLING
The KTM 350 EXC-F has become the best-selling 4-stroke competition model ever, due to its 250-like agility and 450-like power. Following years of development, this trail master has continued to gain in performance, torque, handling, and agility, delivering more power than ever, while advancing even closer to the lightweight maneuverability of a 250. The basic idea of this bike is easy to see, and continues to be a recipe for success for those who want a proven race winner.
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