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2005-2010 KTM 250 EXC-F, 250 EXC-F Six Days, 250 SX-F, 250 SXS-F, 250 XC-F, 250 XCF-W repair manual

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The following models are encompassed by this manual: 250 EXC-F, 250 EXC-F Six Days, 250 SX-F, 250 SXS-F, 250 XC-F, 250 XCF-W / KTM AG 2005-2010 KTM 250 EXC-F 2005-2010 KTM 250 EXC-F Six Days 2005-2010 KTM 250 SX-F 2005-2010 KTM 250 SXS-F 2005-2010 KTM 250 XC-F 2005-2010 KTM 250 XCF-W Production/model years: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Manual Language: English Pages: 772 Printable: Yes, all printers Instant delivery: Download link will appear on the checkout page after your payment is complete. # ³ "Download Your Essential Repair Manual for the 2005-2010 KTM 250 Series Today!" Dive deep into the heart of your beloved KTM bike and understand its every detail with precision. We present to you the most comprehensive repair manual for the KTM 250 series manufactured between 2005-2010. Ready for immediate download, this exhaustive guide is meticulously compiled to enable you to master the complexities of your bike's engine and its overall design. With this manual at your disposal, no mechanical challenge is too daunting. Engine Specs/Technical Specifications: • These models feature a four-stroke, single-cylinder engine with a displacement of 248.60 cc. • The engine is liquid-cooled to maintain optimal performance under all conditions. • Power output reaches an impressive 46.94 HP (34.3 kW) at 9000 RPM. • Peak torque is 30.0 Nm (22.13 ft. lbs) at 8000 RPM. • A six-speed gearbox allows for smooth and flexible gear shifts. • The fuel system employs a Keihin MX FCR 39 carburetor. • The electric start system ensures quick and easy startups. • The engine's bore x stroke is 76.0 x 54.8 mm (3.0 x 2.2 inches). • A double cradle frame provides the backbone for these models. • The bikes feature WP upside-down forks at the front and WP monoshock at the rear for suspension. • The dry weight of these models is around 103.0 kg (227.1 pounds). • The seat height stands at 925 mm (36.4 inches) providing good ground clearance. • A disc brake system is installed at both the front and rear for strong stopping power. • The fuel capacity of these bikes is about 8.5 liters (2.25 gallons). • The wheelbase measures 1471 mm (57.9 inches) ensuring stability. • These models utilize a chain drive system. • A 520 X-ring chain is used in these models. • Front tire size for these models is 80/100-21 while the rear tire size is 110/100-18. • The bikes come with a kickstand as standard equipment. • Ignition is managed by Kokusan digital 4K-3A system. • The clutch system is wet multi-disc, hydraulically operated. • The steering head angle is 63.5 degrees, allowing for sharp and precise steering. • The front suspension travel is 300 mm while the rear suspension travel is 335 mm. • The ground clearance stands at 380 mm (15.0 inches). • The bikes come with a two-year factory warranty. Facts and Details: - The KTM 250 EXC-F is highly regarded for its impressive power-to-weight ratio and agility. - The KTM 250 SX-F is a motocross-focused model, offering superior performance on dirt tracks. - The 250 EXC-F Six Days is a special edition model designed to commemorate the prestigious International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) competition. - The 250 XC-F and 250 XCF-W are cross-country models designed for both trail riding and racing. - The SXS-F model features factory modifications for enhanced performance. - These bikes utilize advanced WP Suspension technology for excellent handling on all terrains. - These models come with an advanced liquid cooling system that includes a fan for all 4-stroke models, ensuring optimal temperature regulation even on the toughest terrains. - The bikes come equipped with a hydraulic clutch, providing smooth and precise control. - These models feature a chromoly steel frame that is lightweight yet exceptionally robust. - In 2005, the 250 SX-F was the lightest bike in its class, contributing to its exceptional handling characteristics. - These bikes come standard with handguards, providing additional protection for the rider. Maintenance intervals and general maintenance tips for these bikes include: - Regular oil changes every 15 operating hours or after every race. - Air filter cleaning after each race or ride in muddy/dusty conditions. - Check and adjust valve clearance every 30 operating hours. - Brake fluid should be replaced once a year and the brake system inspected every race or 10 operating hours. - Coolant should be replaced once a year and coolant level checked before every ride. - The chain should be cleaned and lubricated every 500 km (310 miles) or after every race. Common issues and solutions: - Stalling: This issue is common with a dirty carburetor. Cleaning the carburetor or replacing the jets can solve the issue. - Poor start: It could be a sign of a bad spark plug or improper valve clearance. Checking the plug and adjusting the valves can solve the issue. - Overheating: Regularly check the coolant level and ensure the radiator fan is operating correctly. Popular tuning tips or modifications: - Performance exhaust systems: Upgrading to a high-performance exhaust system can improve power output and sound. - Jet kit: A carburetor jet kit can optimize fuel delivery for better performance. - Airbox mods: Modifying the airbox can increase airflow to the engine for better combustion. - Suspension upgrades: High-performance suspension components can improve handling on different terrains. - ECU tuning: Tuning the ECU can optimize the engine's performance characteristics. - Weight reduction: Removing unnecessary components can reduce the weight of the bike for better handling and performance. Available accessories and aftermarket options: - Skid plates - Handguards - Aftermarket seats - Performance exhaust systems - High-performance air filters - Larger fuel tanks - LED lighting - Racing foot pegs - High-strength chains and sprockets - Adjustable levers Owner reviews and opinions: Strengths: - Owners frequently praise the bikes' power and performance, especially for off-road use. - The KTM 250 series' handling and agility are frequently noted as standout features. - The build quality and durability of these bikes are highly regarded. - These models are known for their great balance and maneuverability. Weaknesses: - Maintenance can be more frequent and costly compared to some other models. - Some owners have reported difficulty in sourcing specific parts. - A few riders find the seat uncomfortable on longer rides. To download your comprehensive KTM repair guide in PDF format, simply click on the "RepairLoader" button. You can securely purchase this guide through PayPal and instantly elevate your knowledge of your motorcycle. Upon successful completion of your payment, your official KTM OEM shop manual/parts list download link will be displayed on the checkout page. All download details will be immediately sent to your email following the secure transaction. §
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