New KTM 150 SX 2014
New KTM 150 SX 2014 Bikes Pictures
The 2014 version of the 150 SX, with its more muscular engine, can remonstrate with 250 cc four-stroke, among others thanks to its lightweight unbeatable. Engine
The engine has been upgraded with a new box-Performance valves Boyesen to provide better responsiveness. Carburetor adjustment of the 2014 model year was also adapted to the valve box. The new valve box enhances the reactivity of the 150 SX.
At the wheels, lightweight CNC machined hubs and Excel rims upscale and coated with black nuts lightweight aluminum spokes guarantee a minimum weight for maximum stability. The Pirelli Scorpion MX Mid Soft 32 shine with perfect grip and excellent performance.
The brakes are Brembo high-tech long series of off-road KTM bikes with disc brakes Wave light for optimum braking performance. For the 2014 model year, there is a new pan brake with a new expansion tank, a diameter of less piston and a new lever with optimized kinematics. Thanks to this and to platelets optimized brake performance and dosability front brake has been significantly improved. Fairing
The objective was to create a more ergonomic and functional fairing, for the entire motorcycle in every detail is in perfect harmony with the driver. The molded plastic front fender pieces are a model of strength thanks to their sophisticated structure and fixation.
The ergonomically designed seat of the Model 2014 years contains a foam core that provides improved comfort and greater robustness.
The design of the air box ensures maximum protection of the air filter against dirt and a maximum airflow for increased performance. Changing the air filter Twin Air in just seconds without tools has long been standard in KTM.
All models of the SX series are equipped with a new 7.5-liter tank lightweight polyethylene and was modified at the internal thread of the cover and the cover itself, which closes easily and with reliability. The four-stroke motocross feature the same system fuel pump that four-stroke enduro models, which allows installation of optional larger tanks available PowerParts catalog or on the enduro models.
All SX models are fitted with a tapered Renthal handlebar 827 Fatbar super robust, whose form has been adapted to the requirements of motocross. KTM system facilitates secure the handlebar in four positions to choose from. In 2014, a large Crash Pad Renthal Black / Silver provides the pilot with additional protection here against shocks.
Graphics A new refined graphic design with clear lines emphasizes the requirement without compromising the modern off-road motorcycle.
Frame Work The modern design of the frame SX models shaped tube light high-strength chrome-molybdenum steel combines maximum longitudinal rigidity and torsional rigidity against torsion. This provides a good behavior handling and precise steering, but also an excellent driving stability.
Swingarm The cast-aluminum swing arm has been designed using a software calculation and simulation at the forefront of technology, design and thick walls provide a minimum weight for maximum strength and a well-defined flex. For the 2014 model year, engineers have improved the bar and its attachment points on the swing for better reliability and reduced weight arm.
Suspension/Amortization Both the rear shock 48mm WP inverted fork suspension ensure optimum damping behavior and responsiveness. On the 2014 model year, the telescopic fork shines through optimized adjustment and larger reserves against shocks. Relaxation and compression of the fork can be adjusted quickly to the needs of the driver and the track.
The rear shock also allows High-Speed and Low-Speed of compression damping adjustment.
Ties Fork Tees forks are high quality CNC milled for years KTM series. They provide precise handling and clearly highlight the characteristics of bending and thus the reactivity of the telescopic fork.
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