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PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY AND COMPLETELY, BEFORE GOING ON YOUR FIRST RIDE IT CONTAINS A GREAT. DEAL OF INFORMATION AND ADVICE WHICH WILL HELP YOU. USE AND HANDLE YOUR BIKE PROPERLY IN YOUR OWN INTE. REST PLEASE PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO NOTICES THAT. ARE MARKED AS FOLLOWS, IGNORING THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN BE DANGEROUS TO. LIFE AND LIMB, IGNORING THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY DAMAGE PARTS OF THE. MOTORCYCLE OR IMPAIR THE MOTORCYCLE S TRAFFIC, Please insert the serial numbers of your motorcycle in the boxes below. Chassis number, Engine number, Key number, Stamp of dealer.
COMSUMER INFORMATION FOR AUSTRALIA ONLY, Tampering with noise control system prohibited. Owners are warned that the law may prohibit, a The removal or rendering inoperative by any person other than for purposes of mainte. nance repair or replacement of any device or element of design incorporated into any new. vehicle for the purpose of noise control prior to its sale or delivery to the ultimate purchaser. or while it is in use and, b the use of the vehicle after such device or element of design has been removed or rendered. inoperative by any person, KTM SPORTMOTORCYCLE AG RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY ANY EQUIPMENT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS COLORS. MATERIALS SERVICES OFFERED AND RENDERED AND THE LIKE SO AS TO ADAPT THEM TO LOCAL CONDITIONS WITHOUT. PREVIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT AND WITHOUT GIVING REASONS OR TO CANCEL ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS WITHOUT. SUBSTITUTING THEM WITH OTHERS IT SHALL BE ACCEPTABLE TO STOP MANUFACTURING A CERTAIN MODEL WITHOUT. PRIOR NOTICE IN THE EVENT OF SUCH MODIFICATIONS PLEASE ASK YOUR LOCAL KTM DEALER FOR INFORMATION. Introduction, We would like to congratulate you on your purchase of a KTM motorcycle.
You are now the owner of a state of the art sports motorcycle that guarantees to bring. you lots of fun and enjoyment provided that you clean and maintain it appropriately. Before you go for your first ride be sure to read this manual carefully and thoroughly in. order to familiarize yourself with how to operate your new motorcycle and with its cha. racteristics even if this means that you will have to dedicate some of your valuable. time to this task Only by doing so will you learn how to tune your motorbike to your. specific needs and how to protect yourself against injury Besides this manual contains. important information on motorcycle maintenance At the time this manual was typeset. it was up to date with the latest state of this production series It cannot be completely. ruled out however that minor discrepancies may exist resulting from further design upg. rades of these motorcycles This manual is an important part of your motorbike and. should be passed on to any subsequent owner in case you decide to sell it. We expressly point out that work marked with an asterisk in the chapter Maintenance. work on the chassis and engine must be performed by a KTM workshop If mainten. ance work should become necessary during a competition it must be performed by a. trained mechanic, For your own safety use KTM approved parts and accessories only KTM is not liable. for damage that arises in connection with the use of other products. Take special care to follow the recommended run in inspection and maintenance inter. vals Heeding these guidelines will significantly increase the life of your motorcycle Have. services carried out by a KTM dealer so that your warranty claim remains intact. Off road motorcycle driving is a wonderful sport and we hope that you will be able to. enjoy it to the full It may however involve potential problems for the environment or. lead to conflicts with others These problems or conflicts can be avoided if the motorcycle. is used responsibly To safeguard the future of motorcycle sports make sure that you use. the motorcycle in accordance with the law show that you are environmentally conscious. and respect the rights of others, We wish you a lot of fun when driving. KTM SPORTMOTORCYCLE AG, 5230 MATTIGHOFEN AUSTRIA, Attachments Spare parts manual chassis engine. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO MAKE ALTERATIONS TO DESIGN AND MODEL. by KTM SPORTMOTORCYCLE AG AUSTRIA All rights reserved. IMPORTANT WARRANTY AND, GUARANTEE INFORMATION, KTM sports motorcycles are designed and constructed to resist the usual. wear and tear of normal use in competitions, The motorcycles comply with the regulations and categories currently in.
effect with the leading international motorcycle associations. Observance of the service maintenance and tuning instructions for the. engine and chassis specified in the Owner s Manual is a prerequisite for. faultless operation and the avoidance of premature wear An improperly. tuned chassis can lead to damage and breakage of the chassis components. see chapter on checking the basic chassis setting, The service work specified in the Lubrication and Maintenance Schedule. must be performed by a KTM workshop and recorded in the service manual. otherwise claims under the warranty shall become void. The fuels and lubricants specified in the Owner s Manual or automotive. fluids with equivalent specifications must be used in accordance with the 3. maintenance schedule, No claims can be filed under the warranty for damage or consequential. damage caused by manipulations or conversions to the motorcycle. The use of the motorcycle under extreme conditions e g on extremely. muddy and wet terrain can lead to higher than average wear on. components such as the drive train or the brakes In this case it may become. necessary to service or replace wear parts before the service limit specified in. the maintenance schedule has been reached, THE SX SXS AND MXC MODELS ARE PROHIBITED ON PUBLIC ROADS. The EXC models are only allowed on public roads in the original. homologated throttled version Without this performance restriction i e. dethrottled these models are only allowed to be driven off road but not on. public roads The EXC models are designed for off road sports endurance. competitions enduro and not suitable for predominant motocross use. In accordance with the international quality management. ISO 9001 standard KTM uses quality assurance processes. that lead to the highest possible product quality, TABLE OF CONTENTS. SERIAL NUMBER LOCATIONS 5 Changing the spring preload on the telescopic fork MXC EXC models 27. Chassis number 5 Replacing fork springs 27, Engine number engine type 125 200 5 Adjusting the spring preload on the fork SX 28.
Engine number engine type 250 300 5 Changing the spring preloading of the shock absorber 28. Pivot bearing 28, OPERATION INSTRUMENTS 5 Checking the chain tension 29. Clutch lever 5 Correct the chain tension 29, Hand brake lever 5 Chain maintenance 30. Electronic speedometer indicator lamp EXC 6 Chain wear 30. Electronic speedometer 6 General information about KTM disc brakes 31. Tripmaster switch 7 Adjusting the free travel at the hand brake lever 32. Short circuit button SX 11 Checking the brake fluid level front brake 32. Combination switch EXC 11 Refilling the front brake fluid reservoir 32. Headlamp switch EXC USA 11 Checking the front brake pads 32. Flasher switch 11 Replacing the front brake pads 33. Emergency OFF switch Australia 11 Changing the basic position of the foot brake pedal 33. Checking the rear brake fluid level 33, Filler cap 12. Refilling the rear brake fluid reservoir 33, Fuel tap 12. Checking the rear brake pads 34, Choke knob 12 Replacing the rear brake pads 34.
Shift lever 12 Dismounting and mounting the front wheel 34. Kickstarter 13 Dismounting and mounting the rear wheel 35. 4 Foot brake pedal 13 Tires air pressure 36, Side stand 13 Checking the spoke tension 36. Steering lock 13 Replacing the battery of the electronic speedometer 36. Compression damping of fork 14 Setting the clock of the electronic speedometer 37. Rebound damping of fork 14 Checking setting the distance of the magnetic sensor 38. Compression damping of shock absorber SX 14 Replacing the headlight lamp 38. Cooling system 39, Compression damping of shock absorber MXC EXC 15. Radiator cover for the cold season 39, Rebound damping of shock absorber SX MXC EXC 15. Checking the coolant level 39, Refilling Bleeding the cooling system 40. GENERAL TIPS AND WARNINGS FOR STARTING THE Cleaning the air filter 40. MOTORCYCLE 16 Changing the original position of the clutch lever 41. Instructions for your first ride 16 Checking the oil level of the hydraulic clutch 41. Running in 16 Bleeding of the hydraulic clutch 41, Exhaust system 41.
Cleaning the spark arrestor EXC USA 42, DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS 17 Carburetor adjustment 42. What you should check before each start 17 Draining the float chamber of the carburetor 43. Starting when the engine is cold 18 Checking the float level 43. Starting when the engine is warm 18 Checking the transmission oil level 125 200 44. Changing the transmission oil 125 200 44, What to do when the engine is flooded 18. Checking the transmission oil level 250 300 44, Starting off 18 Changing the transmission oil 250 300 44. Shifting Riding 18, Braking 19 CLEANING 45, Stopping Parking 19. Refueling fuel 19 CONSERVATION FOR WINTER OPERATION 45. STORAGE 45, PERIODIC LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 20.
Using RE Iniation 45, MAINTENANCE WORK ON CHASSIS AND ENGINE 24 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CHASSIS 125 200 46. Checking and adjusting the steering head bearing 24. How to change the handlebar position 25 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE 125 200 48. Breather plug front fork 25, Cleaning the dust sleeves of the telescopic fork 25 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CHASSIS 250 300 50. Basic suspension setup for the weight of the driver 26. Checking the shock absorber and spring 26 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE 250 300 52. Determining the static sag of the shock absorber 26. Determining the riding sag of the shock absorber 26. Checking the basic setup of the telescopic fork 27 WIRING DIAGRAM CARBURETOR SETTING Appendix. Changing the spring preload on the telescopic fork SX models 27. SERIAL NUMBER LOCATIONS, Chassis number, The chassis number is stamped on the right side of the steering head tube. Enter this number in the field on page no 1, Engine number engine type 125 200. The engine number and the engine type are stamped into the left side of. the engine below the engine sprocket Enter this number on page 1. Engine number engine type 250 300, Engine number and engine type are stamped on the right hand side of the.
engine in front of the kickstarter Enter this number in the relevant field on. OPERATION INSTRUMENTS, Clutch lever, 1 The clutch lever 1 is located on the left side of the handlebars The adjust. ing screw A is used to change the original position of the clutch lever see. A maintenance work on chassis and engine, Hand brake lever. The hand brake lever is mounted on the handlebars on the right and actu. ates the front wheel brake, Electronic speedometer indicator lamp EXC. The green control lamp 1 flashes in the same rhythm as the. flashing indicator when the indicator is working, The blue control lamp 2 lights up when the high beam is on. Electronic speedometer, The electronic speedometer display is activated as soon as the engine is.
switched on and the motorcycle starts to move, The engine must be started in order for the speedometer to be supplied. with electricity from the generator An impulse must be received from the. wheel sensor to activate the display the front wheel must turn at least one. All of the display elements will light up for 1 second for the function test. WS wheel size, The display will change and briefly show the diameter of the front wheel in. millimeters, If the front wheel does not turn the display will automatically change to the. SPEED H mode, If the front wheel turns the display will automatically change to the. SPEED ODO mode, SPEED H hours display mode, When you stop driving and no impulses are sent from the wheel sensor the.
display mode will automatically change from SPEED ODO to SPEED H H. shows the operating hours The operating hour counter starts to count as. soon as you start the engine The displayed figure cannot be cleared. Service intervals are indicated in operating hours for some KTM offroad. motorcycles making the operating hour counter a very practical function. Anzeigemodus SPEED ODO, The SPEED ODO mode shows the speed and the total kilometers traveled. When the front wheel stops turning the display will automatically change. to the SPEED H mode, The information will disappear in the display when the front wheel stops. turning for 1 minute, A Tripmaster switch is available as an accessory and enhances the electronic. speedometer by providing the following functions, 2x Tripmaster. 2x chronometer for the lap time, Average speed, Maximum speed.
Display in miles, Tripmaster switch, The switch has three buttons MODE plus and minus. NOT TRY TO CHANGE THE MODE OR READ THE SETTINGS WHILE DRIVING YOUR. ATTENTION WILL BE DISTRACTED FROM THE TRAFFIC WHICH CAN EASILY LEAD TO AN. Electronic speedometer functions provided by the Tripmaster. The display modes on the electronic speedometer will change in the follo. wing order If not please read the chapter ACTIVATING AND DEACTIVA. TING THE DISPLAY MODE, SPEED ODO display mode, SPEED displays the speed in KPH or MPH The displayed figure cannot be. Attachments Spare parts manual chassis amp engine ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO MAKE ALTERATIONS TO DESIGN AND MODEL necessary to service or replace wear parts before the service limit specified in the maintenance schedule has been reached THE SX SXS AND MXC MODELS ARE PROHIBITED ON PUBLIC ROADS The EXC models are only allowed on public roads in the original homologated throttled version

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