The new 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition has been released, check it out and see the full HD pictures.

We get our first look at the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition just in time for the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross Championship Series. Some years, the upgrades over the standard 250 SX-F are modest. The 250 SX-F Factory Edition is nearly a brand new motorcycle this year. Here's a closer look at what Red Bull KTM's Max Vohland will be rolling up to the gate in 2022.  1) 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition features a new DOHC motor sporting performance upgrade. Only two bolts secure the new cylinder head, making it lighter. The exhaust valves are bigger inside, measuring 27.5mm in diameter. Here is the new 81mm forged bridge-box piston with a 3mm larger diameter than last year, and a compression ratio of 14.5:1. By matching the bore with a stroke that was shortened by 3.8mm, the displacement was 249,92cc, just a hair under the class limit.A  2) significant innovation comes at the bottom end-clutchless upshifting. Pankl's five-speed transmission now has a quickshifter. It allows clutchless upshifts from 2nd to 5th gear, but not clutchless downshifts, and you have to manage the shifts between 1st and 2nd on your own. A new clutch basket design works in tandem with a quickshifter that is identical to the clutch found on the 2022 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition  3) The rider can activate the quickshifter, traction control, and launch control with a handlebar-mounted switch.  4) The frame is also new, although it retains the same chromoly steel architecture. The new hydroformed frame reduces squat during acceleration.  5) The chromoly subframe is replaced by an aluminum/polyamide one. According to a KTM insider, the new subframe has "specifically calculated rigidity for improved bike handling and durability.    6) A new die-cast aluminum swingarm saves 6.7 ounces while increasing rigidity on the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition. A new 22mm rear axle completes the swingarm.  7) A new frame and motor demands suspension changes, and KTM has made them. The WP Xact 48mm inverted air fork has new settings, along with a hydrostop for end-of-stroke damping that has increased progressiveness. The WP Xact shock is 0.6 inches shorter and 3.5 ounces lighter than its previous incarnation, and has new settings. The main piston has been worked over, and there’s a new shock mount design. Shock damping adjustments do not require tools.  8) Ergonomics have been updated via a new Selle Dall Valle seat and lighter footpegs.    9) For reliability, there’s a new skid plate and front disc guard, both made of a polyamide composite.  10) There are additional features that are exclusive to the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition compared to the standard 250. The Factory edition gets KTM Factory Wheels with D.I.D. rims laced to hubs that are orange-anodized. A KTM Factory holeshot device helps get the rider to the first turn in front of the back. The KTM Factory Racing triple clamps have two offset positions. Bling includes an orange aluminum rear sprocket and Red Bull KTM graphics.   11) The 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory has a list price of $10,599. There will be only 400 examples produced. We don’t have to tell you what color it comes in.  source : ultimatemotorcycling.com,acbiker.online

We get our first look at the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition just in time for the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross Championship Series. Some years, the upgrades over the standard 250 SX-F are modest. The 250 SX-F Factory Edition is nearly a brand new motorcycle this year. Here's a closer look at what Red Bull KTM's Max Vohland will be rolling up to the gate in 2022.

1) 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition features a new DOHC motor sporting performance upgrade. Only two bolts secure the new cylinder head, making it lighter. The exhaust valves are bigger inside, measuring 27.5mm in diameter. Here is the new 81mm forged bridge-box piston with a 3mm larger diameter than last year, and a compression ratio of 14.5:1. By matching the bore with a stroke that was shortened by 3.8mm, the displacement was 249,92cc, just a hair under the class limit.A

2) significant innovation comes at the bottom end-clutchless upshifting. Pankl's five-speed transmission now has a quickshifter. It allows clutchless upshifts from 2nd to 5th gear, but not clutchless downshifts, and you have to manage the shifts between 1st and 2nd on your own. A new clutch basket design works in tandem with a quickshifter that is identical to the clutch found on the 2022 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition

3) The rider can activate the quickshifter, traction control, and launch control with a handlebar-mounted switch.

4) The frame is also new, although it retains the same chromoly steel architecture. The new hydroformed frame reduces squat during acceleration.

5) The chromoly subframe is replaced by an aluminum/polyamide one. According to a KTM insider, the new subframe has "specifically calculated rigidity for improved bike handling and durability.

We get our first look at the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition just in time for the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross Championship Series. Some years, the upgrades over the standard 250 SX-F are modest. The 250 SX-F Factory Edition is nearly a brand new motorcycle this year. Here's a closer look at what Red Bull KTM's Max Vohland will be rolling up to the gate in 2022.  1) 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition features a new DOHC motor sporting performance upgrade. Only two bolts secure the new cylinder head, making it lighter. The exhaust valves are bigger inside, measuring 27.5mm in diameter. Here is the new 81mm forged bridge-box piston with a 3mm larger diameter than last year, and a compression ratio of 14.5:1. By matching the bore with a stroke that was shortened by 3.8mm, the displacement was 249,92cc, just a hair under the class limit.A  2) significant innovation comes at the bottom end-clutchless upshifting. Pankl's five-speed transmission now has a quickshifter. It allows clutchless upshifts from 2nd to 5th gear, but not clutchless downshifts, and you have to manage the shifts between 1st and 2nd on your own. A new clutch basket design works in tandem with a quickshifter that is identical to the clutch found on the 2022 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition  3) The rider can activate the quickshifter, traction control, and launch control with a handlebar-mounted switch.  4) The frame is also new, although it retains the same chromoly steel architecture. The new hydroformed frame reduces squat during acceleration.  5) The chromoly subframe is replaced by an aluminum/polyamide one. According to a KTM insider, the new subframe has "specifically calculated rigidity for improved bike handling and durability.    6) A new die-cast aluminum swingarm saves 6.7 ounces while increasing rigidity on the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition. A new 22mm rear axle completes the swingarm.  7) A new frame and motor demands suspension changes, and KTM has made them. The WP Xact 48mm inverted air fork has new settings, along with a hydrostop for end-of-stroke damping that has increased progressiveness. The WP Xact shock is 0.6 inches shorter and 3.5 ounces lighter than its previous incarnation, and has new settings. The main piston has been worked over, and there’s a new shock mount design. Shock damping adjustments do not require tools.  8) Ergonomics have been updated via a new Selle Dall Valle seat and lighter footpegs.    9) For reliability, there’s a new skid plate and front disc guard, both made of a polyamide composite.  10) There are additional features that are exclusive to the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition compared to the standard 250. The Factory edition gets KTM Factory Wheels with D.I.D. rims laced to hubs that are orange-anodized. A KTM Factory holeshot device helps get the rider to the first turn in front of the back. The KTM Factory Racing triple clamps have two offset positions. Bling includes an orange aluminum rear sprocket and Red Bull KTM graphics.   11) The 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory has a list price of $10,599. There will be only 400 examples produced. We don’t have to tell you what color it comes in.  source : ultimatemotorcycling.com,acbiker.online

6) A new die-cast aluminum swingarm saves 6.7 ounces while increasing rigidity on the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition. A new 22mm rear axle completes the swingarm.

7) A new frame and motor demands suspension changes, and KTM has made them. The WP Xact 48mm inverted air fork has new settings, along with a hydrostop for end-of-stroke damping that has increased progressiveness. The WP Xact shock is 0.6 inches shorter and 3.5 ounces lighter than its previous incarnation, and has new settings. The main piston has been worked over, and there’s a new shock mount design. Shock damping adjustments do not require tools.

8) Ergonomics have been updated via a new Selle Dall Valle seat and lighter footpegs.

We get our first look at the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition just in time for the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross Championship Series. Some years, the upgrades over the standard 250 SX-F are modest. The 250 SX-F Factory Edition is nearly a brand new motorcycle this year. Here's a closer look at what Red Bull KTM's Max Vohland will be rolling up to the gate in 2022.  1) 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition features a new DOHC motor sporting performance upgrade. Only two bolts secure the new cylinder head, making it lighter. The exhaust valves are bigger inside, measuring 27.5mm in diameter. Here is the new 81mm forged bridge-box piston with a 3mm larger diameter than last year, and a compression ratio of 14.5:1. By matching the bore with a stroke that was shortened by 3.8mm, the displacement was 249,92cc, just a hair under the class limit.A  2) significant innovation comes at the bottom end-clutchless upshifting. Pankl's five-speed transmission now has a quickshifter. It allows clutchless upshifts from 2nd to 5th gear, but not clutchless downshifts, and you have to manage the shifts between 1st and 2nd on your own. A new clutch basket design works in tandem with a quickshifter that is identical to the clutch found on the 2022 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition  3) The rider can activate the quickshifter, traction control, and launch control with a handlebar-mounted switch.  4) The frame is also new, although it retains the same chromoly steel architecture. The new hydroformed frame reduces squat during acceleration.  5) The chromoly subframe is replaced by an aluminum/polyamide one. According to a KTM insider, the new subframe has "specifically calculated rigidity for improved bike handling and durability.    6) A new die-cast aluminum swingarm saves 6.7 ounces while increasing rigidity on the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition. A new 22mm rear axle completes the swingarm.  7) A new frame and motor demands suspension changes, and KTM has made them. The WP Xact 48mm inverted air fork has new settings, along with a hydrostop for end-of-stroke damping that has increased progressiveness. The WP Xact shock is 0.6 inches shorter and 3.5 ounces lighter than its previous incarnation, and has new settings. The main piston has been worked over, and there’s a new shock mount design. Shock damping adjustments do not require tools.  8) Ergonomics have been updated via a new Selle Dall Valle seat and lighter footpegs.    9) For reliability, there’s a new skid plate and front disc guard, both made of a polyamide composite.  10) There are additional features that are exclusive to the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition compared to the standard 250. The Factory edition gets KTM Factory Wheels with D.I.D. rims laced to hubs that are orange-anodized. A KTM Factory holeshot device helps get the rider to the first turn in front of the back. The KTM Factory Racing triple clamps have two offset positions. Bling includes an orange aluminum rear sprocket and Red Bull KTM graphics.   11) The 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory has a list price of $10,599. There will be only 400 examples produced. We don’t have to tell you what color it comes in.  source : ultimatemotorcycling.com,acbiker.online

9) For reliability, there’s a new skid plate and front disc guard, both made of a polyamide composite.

10) There are additional features that are exclusive to the 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition compared to the standard 250. The Factory edition gets KTM Factory Wheels with D.I.D. rims laced to hubs that are orange-anodized. A KTM Factory holeshot device helps get the rider to the first turn in front of the back. The KTM Factory Racing triple clamps have two offset positions. Bling includes an orange aluminum rear sprocket and Red Bull KTM graphics. 

11) The 2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory has a list price of $10,599. There will be only 400 examples produced. We don’t have to tell you what color it comes in.

source : ultimatemotorcycling.com,acbiker.online

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