2010 KTM 65SX

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2010 KTM 65SX
2010 KTM 65SX

2010 KTM 65SX
2010 KTM 65SX

2010 KTM 65SX
2010 KTM 65SX

2010 KTM 65SX
2010 KTM 65SX

2010 KTM 65SX
2010 KTM 65SX

2010 KTM 65SX
2010 KTM 65SX



– 2010 KTM 65SX

2010 KTM 65SX

A small engine with cutting-edge technology – the KTM 65 SX gives you the confidence to take on larger bikes. Professional performance with superior two-stroke power. A professional chassis with a sturdy steel framework and light steel swingarm. Professional parts Wave brake discs, Marzocchi USD front fork and WP mono shock. This bike, designed for champions, was developed based on experience from over 160 world championship titles and can take whatever you throw at it. A real KTM bike, designed for winning.

 

 

2010 KTM 65SX – Specifications
MSRP: See Dealer

Engine type Single cylinder, 2-stroke
Displacement 64.9 cc
Bore x stroke 45 x 40.8 mm (1.77 x 1.61″)
Starter Kickstarter
Transmission 6 gears
Carburetor Mikuni TM 24
Control Exhaust control PCEV
Engine lubrication Mixture oil lubrication 1:60
Transmission oil Motorex, SAE 15W-50
Primary drive 23:75
Final drive 14:50
Cooling Liquid cooling
Clutch Wet multi-disc clutch, operated hydraulically
Ignition AET digital


Frame Double grinded central double-cradle-type frame
Subframe Aluminium
Handlebar Pro Taper, Aluminium Ø 22 mm (0.87″)
Front suspension Marzocchi USD Ø 35 mm (1.38″)
Rear suspension WP mono shock
Suspension travel front/rear 220/270 mm (8.66″/10.63″)
Front brake Disc brake Ø 198 mm (7.80″)
Rear brake Disc brake Ø 160 mm (6.3″)
Rims, front/rear 1.6 x 14″; 1.6 x 12″ Alu
Tires, front/rear 60/100 x 14″; 80/100 x 12″
Chain 1/2 x 1/4″
Main silencer Aluminium
Steering head angle 64.5°
Wheel base 1137 mm (44.76″)
Ground clearance (unloaded) 280 mm (11.02″)
Seat height 750 mm (28.54″)
Tank capacity approx. 3.5 liters (0.93 gal)
Weight (no fuel) approx. 55.4 kg (122.13 lbs)

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