Deciding to add, of items, a completely completely new two-stroke style to the new Freeride segment might seem weird – however only at first glance. And mostly to anyone who has not really nevertheless had the opportunity to experience the punch of any burly two-stroke in a lighting and agile off-road chassis. However, those who have had that pleasure know: Such an engine epitomises the kind of response you want from a FREERIDE, because after all, the hot, burning gases hit the piston twice as often. This means that even KTM’s two-stroke enduros, designed for maximum power, churn out gut-wrenching torque from the low rev range in an absolutely glorious manner. And as the FREERIDE 250 R’s engine, true to the Freeriding ideal, is designed not for maximum power, but for a pleasant torque response and optimum rideability, this is where the concept of enjoyable off-roading comes to full fruition.
|Design||1-cylinder 2-stroke engine|
|Starting aid||Electric starter|
|Transmission||6 gear, claw shifted|
|Engine lubrication||Mixture oil lubrication|
|Secondary gear ratio||14:46 (12:46)|
|Cooling||Liquid cooling system|
|Clutch||Wet multi-disc clutch CSS / Formula Hydraulik|
|Ignition system||Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing adjustment, type Kokusan|
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