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2013 KTM 250 SX-F - First Impression

Photos By Max Mandell

While the 2012 KTM 250 SX-F wasn’t the absolute favorite in our 250 four-stroke comparison earlier this year, some riders did appreciate how she operated. The motor on last year’s model was a bit tame and left the younger, more aggressive riders wanting more hit off bottom. For 2013 KTM stepped up to the plate with a handful of changes and updates that, together, give the orange squad’s new 250 four-stroke a very improved feel.

The engine on the 2013 KTM 250 SX-F was the biggest difference over last years model which was quite a relief. My personal riding style on 250 four-strokes involves lugging the motor in the meat of the power when I’m in lower gears exiting corners, but I have no problem ringing the neck out of one down the straights keeping it in high rpms. The new 250 SX-F had a lot more grunt than last year but it wouldn’t quite let you get away with 3rd gear out of tight corners. In a way you kind of want to ride this motor like a two-stroke and keep your momentum up and ride in the revs where she makes a ton of power. The increased torque is very much appreciated and I think many more types of riders will enjoy the improved power. KTM claims that they gained around five horsepower over last year.

A quirk that many testers had with last years KTM 250 SX-F was an unbalanced overall feel. The orange motorcycle had a low-feeling rear end and an overly harsh fork. We are happy to say that the completely stock ’13 rides a lot higher in the stroke of the shock and the fork didn’t transfer so much energy through the bars into the riders hands. When hard on the gas the rear stayed up in the stroke and didn’t squat to low. I did have issues bottoming but at around 165 pounds and slamming into steep transitions it was a little to easy to blow through the stroke. By adding 10cc of fork oil we were able to give the front end a bit more resistance. After going a few clicks stiffer on the high speed in the shock we got it to work well with the slightly stiffer front end. This slowed down the action and the fork and shock absorbed harsh hits with much more confidence allowing us to double and triple through Milestone’s spaced out, yet deep whoops.

If you ask me there was nothing wrong with how the KTMs looked in previous years but they spiced up their image with some completely redesigned bodywork. The side shrouds match that of the Factory Edition 450 SX-F that Dungey has been ripping on and the 250 SX-F also got the same, unique front fender that RD5 has been putting up front in the nationals.

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General informationModel:KTM 250 SXYear:2013Category:Cross / motocrossRating: 3.4  Check out the detailed rating of off-road capabilities, engine performance, maintenance cost, etc. Compare with any other bike.Engine and transmissionDisplacement:249.0 ccm (15.19 cubic inches)Engine type:Single cylinder, two-strokeEngine details:Reed intake. Bore x stroke:66.4 x 72.0 mm (2.6 x 2.8 inches)Ignition:Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing adjustment, type KokusanCooling system:LiquidGearbox:5-speedTransmission type,
final drive:
ChainClutch:Wet multi-disc clutch / hydraulically operatedDriveline:13:48. Primary drive: 26:72.Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheelsFrame type:Central tube frame made of chrome molybdenum steel tubingRake (fork angle):26.5°Front suspension:WP  Suspension Up Side Down 4860 MXMA CCFront wheel travel:205 mm (8.1 inches)Rear suspension:WP  Suspension 5018 BAVP DCCRear wheel travel:185 mm (7.3 inches)Front brakes:Single disc. Four-piston calipers. Diameter:220 mm (8.7 inches)Rear brakes:Single disc. Two-piston calipers. Diameter:210 mm (8.3 inches)Physical measures and capacitiesDry weight:97.0 kg (213.8 pounds)Seat height:992 mm (39.1 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.Ground clearance:385 mm (15.2 inches)Wheelbase:1495 mm (58.9 inches)Fuel capacity:7.50 litres (1.98 US gallons)Other specificationsColor options:Orange/blackStarter:KickUpdate specsReport missing specs or required updates.Further informationInsurance costsCompare US insurance quotes from the nation's top providers.Finance optionsCompare US motorcycle loan quotes from the nation's top providers.Parts finder Also check out our overview of motorcycle webshops at Bikez.info.Motocross partsParts and accessories available from Revzilla MotocrossMotocross parts. Ships to the US.MaintenanceFind parts, fluids. filters, maintenance tools and service manuals at Amazon.com.Ask questionsJoin the 13 KTM 250 SX discussion group or the general KTM discussion group.Related bikesList related bikes for comparison of specs.

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Overview

It doesn’t always have to be a four-stroke. The KTM 250 SX 2013 has raised the bar to another level in its class and is now a formidable weapon to combat the competition thanks to its incredible power combined with extremely low weight. Simply unbeatable in terms of power-to-weight ratio.

Wheels

The wheels are fitted with lightweight, CNC-machined hubs and high-end EXCEL rims, plus new, black-coated spokes with aluminium nipples, guaranteeing the highest levels of stability while keeping weight to a minimum. The Pirelli Scorpion tyres (MX Mid Soft 32) stand for excellent traction and good performance. For the benefit of greater ride stability on the KTM 250 SX 2013, the rear axle has been increased in diameter from 20 mm to 25 mm.

Brakes

Brakes from Brembo are standard equipment on KTM motocross bikes and, together with lightweight wave brake discs, they are recognised as the measure of all things in terms of application and brake performance. At the rear wheel, the brake calliper carriers have been adapted to the larger axle diameter for MY 2013.

Bodyworks

Not only visually does the completely revamped bodywork indicate that the 2013 model year represents a new SX generation. Above all, the ergonomics and function of the plastics have been designed in such a way that the whole chassis and engine package forms a perfect harmony with the rider down to the very last detail. The fuel tank and spoiler have been restyled along with the airbox cover and the front fender, including the start number plate. A particular highlight is the new front fender, which has no ribbing whatsoever on the inside, thereby preventing mud build-up. A pioneering structure and improved attachment of the fender to the triple clamp result in up to 50% greater lateral stiffness.

Clutch

A new DDS clutch (Damped Diaphragm Steel) with a wear-free steel cage is fitted to the new KTM 250 SX engine, allowing use of thin steel discs for minimum overall width. The diaphragm spring, which preloads the package, not only reduces the operating force required to pull the clutch, but also provides space for integrated hub damping. The result: more traction and protection for the transmission. And with hydraulic clutch actuation from Brembo, the rider has everything under control right from the start.

Frame

The modern frame design of lightweight, high strength, chrome-molybdenum steel section tubes guarantees an ideal mix of longitudinal and torsional stiffness, resulting not only in easy handling and precise steering behaviour, but also in excellent ride stability. The engine braces to the cylinder head have also been optimised, along with their attachment to the frame. The frames bear a new colour for the 2013 model year and they are still the benchmark in terms of weight and stability.

Fork

The further improved 48 mm upside-down fork featuring closed-cartridge technology has been optimised with completely revamped settings for perfect harmony with the new frame and engine. The new oil is significantly more wear-resistant and guarantees more consistent damping throughout both the course of a race and the bike’s life cycle. A new lower triple clamp is 80 g lighter and, just like the upper triple clamp, CNC-machined from high quality aluminium, whereby the steering characteristics and hence the responsiveness of the fork have been noticeably improved.

Specifications

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2013 KTM 250SX

It doesn’t always have to be a four-stroke. The KTM 250 SX 2013 has raised the bar to another level in its class and is now a formidable weapon to combat the competition thanks to its incredible power combined with extremely low weight. Simply unbeatable in terms of power-to-weight ratio.

2013 KTM 250SX Features and Benefits

CLUTCH

A new DDS clutch (Damped Diaphragm Steel) with a wear-free steel cage is fitted to the new KTM 250 SX engine, allowing use of thin steel discs for minimum overall width. The diaphragm spring, which preloads the package, not only reduces the operating force required to pull the clutch, but also provides space for integrated hub damping. The result: more traction and protection for the transmission. And with hydraulic clutch actuation from Brembo, the rider has everything under control right from the start.

FRAME

The modern frame design of lightweight, high strength, chrome-molybdenum steel section tubes guarantees an ideal mix of longitudinal and torsional stiffness, resulting not only in easy handling and precise steering behaviour, but also in excellent ride stability. The engine braces to the cylinder head have also been optimised, along with their attachment to the frame. The frames bear a new colour for the 2013 model year and they are still the benchmark in terms of weight and stability.

FORK

The further improved 48 mm (1.89 in) upside-down fork featuring closed-cartridge technology has been optimised with completely revamped settings for perfect harmony with the new frame and engine. The new oil is significantly more wear-resistant and guarantees more consistent damping throughout both the course of a race and the bike’s life cycle. A new lower triple clamp is 80 g (2.82 oz) lighter and, just like the upper triple clamp, CNC-machined from high quality aluminium, whereby the steering characteristics and hence the responsiveness of the fork have been noticeably improved.

BODYWORK

Not only visually does the completely revamped bodywork indicate that the 2013 model year represents a new SX generation. Above all, the ergonomics and function of the plastics have been designed in such a way that the whole chassis and engine package forms a perfect harmony with the rider down to the very last detail. The fuel tank and spoiler have been restyled along with the airbox cover and the front fender, including the start number plate. A particular highlight is the new front fender, which has no ribbing whatsoever on the inside, thereby preventing mud build-up. A pioneering structure and improved attachment of the fender to the triple clamp result in up to 50% greater lateral stiffness.

WHEELS

The wheels are fitted with lightweight, CNC-machined hubs and high-end EXCEL rims, plus new, black-coated spokes with aluminium nipples, guaranteeing the highest levels of stability while keeping weight to a minimum. The Pirelli Scorpion tyres (MX Mid Soft 32) stand for excellent traction and good performance. For the benefit of greater ride stability on the KTM 250 SX 2013, the rear axle has been increased in diameter from 20 mm (0.79 in) to 25 mm (0.98 in).

BRAKES

Brakes from Brembo are standard equipment on KTM motocross bikes and, together with lightweight wave brake discs, they are recognised as the measure of all things in terms of application and brake performance. At the rear wheel, the brake calliper carriers have been adapted to the larger axle diameter for MY 2013.


2013 KTM 250SX – USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in USD

ENGINE
Design 1-cylinder 2-stroke engine, water-cooled, with reed intake and exhaust control
Displacement 249 cm³ (15.19 cu in)
Bore 66.4 mm (2.614 in)
Stroke 72 mm (2.83 in)
Starting aid Kick starter
Gearbox 5-gear, claw shifted
Primary transmission 26:72
Secondary ratio 13:48
Clutch Multidisc clutch in oil bath/hydraulically activated
Ignition Contactless controlled fully electronic ignition with digital ignition adjustment, type Kokusan
CHASSIS
Frame Central tube frame made of chrome molybdenum steel tubing
Fork WP Suspension Up Side Down 4860 MXMA CC
Shock absorber WP Suspension 5018 BAVP DCC
Suspension travel Front 300 mm (11.81 in)
Suspension travel Rear 330 mm (12.99 in)
Brake system Disc brakes, brake calipers on floating bearings
Brake discs – diameter Front 260 mm (10.24 in)
Brake discs – diameter Rear 220 mm (8.66 in)
Chain 5/8 x 1/4″
Steering head angle 63.5°
Wheelbase 1,495±10 mm (58.86±0.39 in)
Ground clearance unloaded 385 mm (15.16 in)
Seat height unloaded 992 mm (39.06 in)
Total fuel tank capacity, approx. 7.5 l (1.98 US gal)
Super unleaded gasoline, mixed with 2-stroke engine oil (1:60)
Weight without fuel, approx. 97 kg (214 lb.)


2013 KTM 250SX – Canadian Specifications/Technical Details
Canada MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

ENGINE
Design 1-cylinder 2-stroke engine, water-cooled, with reed intake and exhaust control
Displacement 249 cm³ (15.19 cu in)
Bore 66.4 mm (2.614 in)
Stroke 72 mm (2.83 in)
Starting aid Kick starter
Gearbox 5-gear, claw shifted
Primary transmission 26:72
Secondary ratio 13:48
Clutch Multidisc clutch in oil bath/hydraulically activated
Ignition Contactless controlled fully electronic ignition with digital ignition adjustment, type Kokusan
CHASSIS
Frame Central tube frame made of chrome molybdenum steel tubing
Fork WP Suspension Up Side Down 4860 MXMA CC
Shock absorber WP Suspension 5018 BAVP DCC
Suspension travel Front 300 mm (11.81 in)
Suspension travel Rear 330 mm (12.99 in)
Brake system Disc brakes, brake calipers on floating bearings
Brake discs – diameter Front 260 mm (10.24 in)
Brake discs – diameter Rear 220 mm (8.66 in)
Chain 5/8 x 1/4″
Steering head angle 63.5°
Wheelbase 1,495±10 mm (58.86±0.39 in)
Ground clearance unloaded 385 mm (15.16 in)
Seat height unloaded 992 mm (39.06 in)
Total fuel tank capacity, approx. 7.5 l (1.98 US gal)
Super unleaded gasoline, mixed with 2-stroke engine oil (1:60)
Weight without fuel, approx. 97 kg (214 lb.)

Prices and specifications subject to change without notice.


2013 KTM 250SX – UK/Europe Specifications/Technical Details
UK/European MSRP Price: £5,945.00 GBP.

ENGINE
Design 1-cylinder 2-stroke engine, water-cooled, with reed intake and exhaust control
Displacement 249 cm³
Bore 66.4 mm
Stroke 72 mm
Starting aid Kickstarter
Transmission 5 gear, claw shifted
Primary gear 26:72
Final drive 13:48
Clutch Wet multi-disc clutch / hydraulically operated
Ignition system Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing adjustment, type Kokusan
CHASSIS
Frame Central tube frame made of chrome molybdenum steel tubing
Forks WP Suspension Up Side Down 4860 MXMA CC
Shock absorber WP Suspension 5018 BAVP DCC
Suspension travel Front 300 mm
Suspension travel Rear 330 mm
Brake system Disc brakes, brake calipers on floating bearings
Brake discs – diameter Front 260 mm
Brake discs – diameter Rear 220 mm
Chain 5/8 x 1/4″
Steering head angle 63.5°
Wheel base 1,495±10 mm
Ground clearance (unloaded) 385 mm
Seat height (unloaded) 992 mm
Total fuel tank capacity approx. 7.5 l
Unleaded premium fuel, mixed with 2-stroke engine oil (1:60)
Weight without fuel approx. 97 kg

Prices and specifications subject to change without notice.


2013 KTM 250SX – Australian Specifications/Technical Details
AU MSRP Price: See dealer for Pricing in AUD

Engine
Engine Type1-cylinder 2-stroke engine, water cooled, with reed intake
Displacement249cm³
Bore / Stroke66.4/72mm
Starter / BatteryKickstarter
Transmission5 gear, claw shifted
Fuel ManagementKeihin PWK 38 S AG
ControlExhaust Control
LubricationMixture oil lubrication
Primary Ratio26:72
Final Drive13:48
CoolingLiquid cooling system
ClutchWet multi-disc clutch / hydraulically operated
IgnitionKokusan

Chassis
FrameCentral tube frame of chrome molybdenum steel tubing
Sub-Frame aluminium
HandlebarRenthal aluminium
Front SuspensionWP Suspension USD 4860 MXMA CC
Rear SuspensionWP Suspension 5018 BAVP DCC
Suspension Travel – Front / Rear300/330mm
Front / Rear BrakesDisc brake 260mm front / 220mm rear
Front / Rear Rims1.60 x 21″ / 2.15 x 19″ Excel
Front / Rear Tyres80/100-21″ / 100/90-19″
Chain5/8 x 1/4″
Silenceraluminium
Steering Head Angle63.5º
Wheel Base1495 ± 10mm
Ground Clearance385mm
Seat Height992mm
Tank Capacity approx.7.5l
Weight Without Fuel approx.96.3kg

Specifications, features and prices to change by manufacturer without notice. All information correct as of posted date.

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