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KTM SX-F 350 Powerparts | Video

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KTM is a proven off-road powerhouse, and for the 2010 outdoor motocross season they went against convention and introduced a smaller displacement machine for the 450cc class.

The KTM SX-F 350 debuted with impressive holeshots under the throttle of Mike Alessi. With motocross legend Roger DeCoster joining the KTM squad for 2011, the Austrian mount is certain to be a strong presence.

To get your own KTM machine looking and working like the factory race bikes, the manufacturer has an in-house/aftermarket catalog of performance parts and add-ons.

KTM PowerParts provides the necessary hardware to take your KTM into the realm of factory machine. Starting with a factory sticker kit and limited slip seat cover, all the way through to a KTM-orange spatula for removing mud, KTM offers a slew of factory-grade parts and accessories.

The PowerParts catalog contains copious milled aluminum bits like beefier triple clamps, a trick gas cap, various engine covers and plugs. Replacement wave rotors save weight and add braking power, with bleeding now just a single-man operation with one-way valve on the caliper.

The spoke nipple seatings on the factory rims have been milled for a better fit, reducing movement and adding strength to the wheels.

As for plastic, KTM has a bevy of neat little tricks like the muffler plug for washing (which prevents water getting inside the pipe) and a very cool bike stand with compartments to stow tools and catch parts.

Go to to see all the bits. Besides, what better supplier of aftermarket race parts is there for your KTM than those provided by the mother ship?

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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