2004 KTM 125 SX, 200 SX, 250 SX, and 525 SX

Not long ago we posted the information on the 2004 KTM 85 SX and 450 SX. Now we can show off the rest of the Austrian line, including the 125 SX, 200 SX, 250 SX, and 525 SX.

KTM 125 SX

  • New fork setting
  • Higher RENTHAL handlebar with improved fixed grip
  • Downcasted clutch master cylinder – easier to handle
  • New robot welded frame parts in the range of the swingarm bearing and the footrests,
  • New rear section
  • Swingarm pivot more stable
  • New exhaust setting, new designed silencer
  • Rear section with new, reinforced filter support
  • New stickers for spoiler and filter support
  • Tripmaster switch

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ENGINE  
Type single cylinder, 2-stroke
Displacement (cc) 124.8
Bore x stroke (mm) 54 / 54,5
Compression ratio  
Starter kickstarter
Transmission 5 gears
Carburetor Keihin PWK 39
Control TVC
Lubrication mixture oil lubrication
Transmission lubrication 0,7 l Motorex Gear Oil EP 80W
Engine oil  
Primary ratio 23 : 73
Final drive chain 5/8 x 1/4″
Cooling liquid cooled
Clutch wet multi-disc clutch, operated hydraulically
Ignition Kokusan digital 2K-1
CHASSIS  
Frame chromium molybdenum
Subframe aluminium
Handlebar tapered Renthal à˜ 28 mm
Front suspension WP-USD/26 48 MA/PA
Rear suspension WP-PDS-DA shock absorber
Suspension travel front / rear 300 / 335 mm
Front / rear brakes disc brakes 260 / 220 mm
Front / rear rims 1,60 x 21″; 2,15 x 19″ Excel
Front / rear tyres 80/100-21″; 100/90-19″
Transmission 13:50
Main silencer aluminium
Steering head angle 63°
Wheel caster 120 mm
Wheelbase 1471±10mm
Ground clearance (unloaded) 390 mm
Seat height 925 mm
Fuel capacity approx. 7.5 litres
Weight (ready to race, no fuel) 93,6 kgs

KTM 200 SX

  • New fork setting
  • Higher RENTHAL handlebar with improved fixed grip
  • Downcasted clutch master cylinder – easier to handle
  • New robot welded frame parts in the range of the swingarm bearing and the footrests
  • New rear section
  • Swingarm pivot more stable
  • New exhaust setting, new designed silencer
  • Rear section with new, reinforced filter support
  • New stickers for spoiler and filter support
  • Tripmaster switch

[IMAGE 2]

ENGINE  
Type single cylinder, 2-stroke
Displacement (cc) 193
Bore x stroke (mm) 64 / 60
Compression ratio  
Starter kickstarter
Transmission 6 gears
Carburetor Keihin PWK 39
Control TVC
Lubrication mixture oil lubrication
Transmission lubrication 0,7 l Motorex Gear Oil EP 80W
Engine oil  
Primary ratio 23: 73
Final drive chain 5/8 x 1/4″
Cooling liquid cooled
Clutch wet multi-disc clutch, operated hydraulically
Ignition Kokusan digital 2K-3
CHASSIS
ENGINE  
Type single cylinder, 2-stroke
Displacement (cc) 193
Bore x stroke (mm) 64 / 60
Compression ratio  
Starter kickstarter
Transmission 6 gears
Carburetor Keihin PWK 39
Control TVC
Lubrication mixture oil lubrication
Transmission lubrication 0,7 l Motorex Gear Oil EP 80W
Engine oil  
Primary ratio 23: 73
Final drive chain 5/8 x 1/4″
Cooling liquid cooled
Clutch wet multi-disc clutch, operated hydraulically
Ignition Kokusan digital 2K-3
CHASSIS  
Frame chromium molybdenum
Subframe aluminium
Handlebar tapered Renthal à˜ 28 mm
Front suspension WP-USD 48/26 MA/PA
Rear suspension WP-PDS-DA shock absorber
Suspension travel front / rear 300 / 335 mm
Front / rear brakes disc brakes 260 / 220 mm
Front / rear rims 1,60 x 21″; 2,15 x 19″ Excel
Front / rear tyres 80/100-21″; 100/90-19″
Transmission 14:45
Main silencer aluminium
Steering head angle 63°
Wheel caster 120 mm
Wheelbase 1471±10mm
Ground clearance (unloaded) (unloaded) 390mm
Seat height 925 mm
Fuel capacity 7.5 litres
Weight (ready to race, no fuel) 94,8 kgs

KTM 250 SX

  • New fork setting
  • Higher RENTH