2021 KTM 350 XC-F, Taking lesson learned from Tony Cairoli's dominating career aboard the 350 SX-F, and insights from top 350 EXC-F enduro riders, we created the KTM 350 XC-F. Sharing the same aggressive motocross personality but with a refined chassis setup, state-of-the-art motor internals and EMS, the 350 XC-F, like Tony, is a flat-out, offroad-ripping legend!
Engine & Exhaust
Engine: The engine of the KTM 350 XC-F features a compact and very light (60 lbs) construction. Its DOHC (double overheard camshaft) design with lightweight titanium valves and DLC coated cam followers allows for lively but strong engine characteristics. Fitted with the latest electronic fuel injection system and an E-starter, it has an extremely wide usable speed range, high performance and incredibly efficient rideability. The KTM 350 XC-F engine shares the same layout as the 250 XC-F, resulting in playful handling that is similar to a 250 machine.
Cylinder Head: The cylinder head features two overhead camshafts with friction-optimized cam followers boasting a DLC coating and high-flow ports. Four lightweight titanium valves maximize the flow rate for an optimal power band and outstanding performance across the seemingly endless rev range of 13,400 RPM. Lateral brackets made of aluminum allow an efficient fixation of the engine to the frame and contribute to the bike's featherweight feel.
Crankshaft: The KTM 350 XC-F's crankshaft utilizes a short connecting rod, which makes for an overall compact and lightweight engine with a snappy power delivery. A plain big (bottom) end bearing with two force-fitted bearing shells runs directly on the crank pin. The necessary oil feed for this bearing is ensured by the engine's pressurized lubrication. This design is a decisive benefit in terms of the crankshaft service interval, which can be lengthened due to the plain bearing. So just pin it, all day long.
Crankcases And Engine Covers: The design of the die-cast crankcases allows for minimal weight and a very centralized shaft configuration. This makes the engine short and compact, while contributing to an efficient centralization of masses. The engine covers also feature a solid surface structure, which reduces the wear caused by the rider's boots. This way, your XC-F will keep looking better longer.
Transmission: The engine is fitted with a smooth 6-speed semi-close PANKL transmission made of new and stronger materials. An advanced ´No Dirt´ gear shift lever design prevents mud and sand from blocking the joint of the lever and guarantees trouble-free shifting. All 4-stroke engines are fitted with a gear position sensor, giving the option of different engine characteristics for each gear. The transmission shaft features a C4 bearing that has a bigger overlap and guarantees better reliability even at extremely tough operating conditions.
Engine Management System: The state-of-the-art Keihin engine management system with electronic fuel injection feat
- Condition New
- Year 2021
- Make KTM
- Model 350 XC-F
- Category Dirt Bike
- Type Motorcycle
- Location Purcellville, VA
- Price $10,699
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