How much is a KTM 525 quad?
2009 KTM XC ATV 525 Specifications
Does the KTM 525 XC have reverse?
KTM reworked that motor into the 450 and 525 cross-country ATVs with a number of changes. Engineers removed the sixth gear and gave the motor a reverse.
Why did KTM stop making quads?
KTM is stopping production of their ATVs because they have too much inventory. They are releasing a 2010 model, but it is actually a 2009 so nothing has changed. They plan on supporting their customers with parts and accessories.
Did KTM make an ATV?
KTM stopped production of its still-fresh sport quad lineup and exited the ATV business altogether. Polaris quit building its MXR 450 just two years after its introduction in 2008. While Suzuki’s LT-R450 is still found at racetracks, only the Z400 remains in production.
How wide is a KTM 525 XC?
4-piston fixed caliper size 180 mm (7.1 inches) at the front and Single disc….
|KTM 525 XC Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight|
|Seat Height||820 mm (32.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.|
How fast does a KTM 450 quad go?
The 449cc engine is used to power a bike weighing just 237 pounds. Equipped with the right rider, KTM 450 bikes will win races among any sprinting dirt bikes. With a top speed of 123 mph, nothing under 450 pounds can compare, so feel free to “drop the hammer.”
Will KTM ever make a side-by-side?
There is a very short answer to the question of “does KTM make a side-by-side, and the answer is no. KTM does not make a side-by-sides and they never have.
Does KTM still make 4 wheelers?
The very last brand new KTM North-American unit was sold there last summer. KTM stopped production of its still-fresh sport quad lineup and exited the ATV business altogether but that company wasn’t the only one left struggling to sell their sport quads.
Where are KTM quads made?
Just over 150,000 of these units were manufactured at KTM’s Mattighofen home factory in Austria, with around 90,000 examples of its 125/200/390cc single-cylinder model families produced by its Indian partner (and 48% shareholder) Bajaj Auto at the firm’s massive Chakan factory outside Pune.
Why are sport quads dead?
Waning Sales. Sales is definitely one of the main factors driving down the production of sport ATVs. As a matter of fact, the only player left in the game that is producing any sport ATVs for adults is Yamaha with their Raptor 700 series and their YZF450 series of ATVs.
Is the KTM 525xc a race ready motorcycle?
In the over-scrutinized world of performance ATVs, manufacturers make you finish building your machine, while many of the very same companies build race-ready, high-performance motorcycles that are ready to ride. Life isn’t fair. KTM, at least, is doing its part to allow the ATV rider to be a little more lazy. The 525XC needs nothing.
What’s the difference between a KTM 450 and 525?
KTM reworked that motor into the 450 and 525 cross-country ATVs with a number of changes. Engineers removed the sixth gear and gave the motor a reverse. The sump was enlarged, the gear ratios were altered and there were other changes to beef up the drivetrain, but the power-producing components are the same as those of the motorcycle.
Can a KTM outrun an 800cc twin?
The KTM is geared to top out at about 75 mph, and it will get there in a matter of seconds. Part of what allows this 510cc single to outrun an 800cc twin is the weight difference. While other manufacturers grossly understate vehicle weight, KTM’s 357-pound claim is fairly accurate.