Wild jungle adventurers or hilly explorers, KTM towards the close of the early semester of 2021 has shown off its latest lineup for KTM EXC 2022 alerts.
Many refreshments have been done by KTM so that our ability is increasingly honed in facing various obstacles while on the way. Starting from the updating of the WP alert suspension system, it is made soft and remains steady when invited to run fast.
The newest treat is the tire that has a more reliable grip, namely the Maxxis MaxxEnduro. KTM ensures that these tires have been tested according to the demands of adventurers for durability and leak-proof.
KTM EXC 2-Stroke engine embedded with innovative Transfer Port Injection (TPI) technology. Gasoline supply to the combustion chamber adapts to environmental conditions. So it is more efficient and of course increasingly fierce.
The KTM 300 EXC TPI is still the flagship to satisfy mud fighters. While the KTM 250 EXC TPI also received a thorough revision including details on the use of the front / rear gear, namely 13:52. The touch of this gear ensures stronger traction and the front tire is easily lifted.
KTM EXC-F 4-stroke installation has reliability in terms of serving torque, strong power, durability and easy to drive. It is undeniable that over the years, adventurers have been happy with the 250 cc version of control and those who are hungry for performance kicks can choose 450 cc.
For those who want both, there is the KTM 350 EXC-F option. The update was made to make it more gentle when lauched, then the front and rear suspension settings for the WP alerts have been refined. Guaranteed to be more steady racing on the rocky path.
In order for KTM EXC’s latest alert to be more reliable, it turns out that it involves seasoned crossers, namely Manuel Lettenbichler and Josep Garcia who are now playing in the FIM Hard Enduro World Championship and the FIM Enduro World Championship.