News KTM announces new factory service program

KTM announces new factory service program

As part of KTM North America’s ‘Just Went Factory’ promotion, KTM is opening up its race department tricks to all KTM customers with the Factory Service Program.

Owners of current model KTM SX, XC, XC-W and EXC bikes can now get their bikes tuned by factory technicians to the same specifications normally reserved for factory riders. The engines and/or suspension will be individually hand-tuned to produce performance equal to the bikes that the KTM factory team riders race each weekend.

Each engine or suspension set will be dialed in by the same technicians who produce the factory bikes week in and week out. All orders are to be placed through an official KTM dealer. The KTM dealer will arrange for the customer’s engine or suspension to be shipped to the racing headquarters of KTM North America, Inc. where all work will be done.

Please visit your local KTM dealer to learn more about this great opportunity to give your bike a factory upgrade.


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